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At Play Lesson 12 Day 1

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I added slides to Kristie McCormick's ppt. I also used slides created by Agatha Lee and Hazel Brallier.

I added slides to Kristie McCormick's ppt. I also used slides created by Agatha Lee and Hazel Brallier.


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  • 1. AT PLAY: LONG AGO AND TODAY
  • 2. QUESTION OF THE DAY
    • How do you play with your friends?
      • Where do you play with your friends?
      • What games do you play?
      • When do you play?
      • What do you play in the summer? In the winter?
    • I play with my friends ______.
    • Daily Proofreading
      • Mr Lynch threw the ball to home plate
      • Mr. Lynch threw the ball to home plate.
  • 3. Arthur’s Purpose Native American
    • Long ago, Native American children had just as much fun playing as children do today. They didn’t buy toys at stores. Instead, they made toys from things found in nature.
    • Children who lived near forests formed dolls out of materials from trees. Some used pine needles to make dolls with pine “skirts.” They made their dolls dance on a thin piece of wood.
    • Hopi children who lived in what is now Arizona played a board game on a flat stone. They tried to capture each other’s animals by jumping over the pieces. It sounds a lot like checkers!
  • 4. draw question picture minute
  • 5. High Frequency Words Word Wall question minute picture draw
  • 6. ey y
  • 7. LONG VOWEL E
  • 8. LONG VOWEL E
  • 9. SPELLING WORDS ver y mess y lad y happ y mon ey cand y k ey sunn y funn y bab y Challenge Words: chimn ey nobod y twent y breez y k ey hole
  • 10. SPELLING WORDS
  • 11. Author’s Purpose- Review
    • Kind of Writing
    • story
    • friendly letter
    • book review
    • journal entry
    • Author’s purpose
    • to entertain
    • to send a message
    • to give an opinion
    • to tell about feelings
  • 12. Author’s Purpose can be to give facts
    • Kind of Writing
    • research report
    • how- to paragraph
    • Author’s purpose
    • to give information
    • to tell how to do something
  • 13. BUILD ROBUST VOCABULARY
    • recently – If something happened a short time ago, it happened recently.
    • housed – If something is placed or lives somewhere, it is housed there.
    • official – If someone makes decisions for the government or a business, the person is called an official.
    • nominate – When you suggest that someone should get an office, job, or honor, you nominate the person.
  • 14. recently
      • The cardboard box was recently added to a list of great toys.
    New Inductee
  • 15. recently Recently means something happened a short time ago. Recently means something happened a short time ago.
  • 16. recently
  • 17.
    • I finished a book recently.
    • Would you recently have learned to –
    fly a plane ride a bike? or recently
  • 18. something happened not long ago recently
  • 19.
    • The toy collection is housed at a museum.
    housed
  • 20. housed If something is placed or lives somewhere, then it is housed there.
  • 21. housed
  • 22.
    • Paintings are housed at an art museum.
    • What is housed at a zoo –
    a horse? a tiger or housed
  • 23.
    • something is placed or lives somewhere
    housed
  • 24.
    • The museum official thinks the cardboard box is a great toy.
    Susan Asbury and Eric Wheeler are curators at the Strong National Museum. official
  • 25. official If someone makes decisions for the government or a business, then the person is called an official .
  • 26. official
  • 27.
    • Who do you think is a school official, -
    a crossing guard the principal? or official
  • 28.
    • someone who holds a position of authority in an organization
    official
  • 29.
    • People can nominate their favorite toys online.
    nominate
  • 30. nominate When you suggest that someone should get an office, job, or honor, then you nominate the person.
  • 31. nominate
  • 32.
    • Who would you nominate for class president, -
    your best friend or a teacher? nominate
  • 33.
    • you suggest that someone should get an office, job, or honor
    nominate
  • 34. * A possessive noun shows ownership. It tells who or what something belongs to. Toy Hall of Fame’s star-studded lineup Maggie’s basketball the bike’s handlebars Grammar
  • 35. Writing
    • * Paragraph That Gives Information
    • The paragraph gives information about a real topic.
    • The first sentence tells about the main idea.
    • The other sentences give more information about the main idea.
    • Some of the sentences may tell what to do in the correct order, or sequence.
  • 36. Guided Practice
    • Jacks is a fun game to play
    • ________________ is a fun game to play.
  • 37. PARAGRAPH THAT GIVES INFORMATION
    • The paragraph gives information about a real topic.
    • The first sentence tells the main idea.
    • The other sentences give more information about the main idea.
    • Some of the sentences may tell what to do in the correct order, or sequence.