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At Play Lesson 12 Day 2

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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.  
  • 2.  
  • 3. Come play with me said the sun, come play with me said the earth, come play with me said the sky. What shall we play said I? Let’s fly a kite said the sun, stand on me said the earth, I’ll bring the wind said the sky, I’ll hold the string said I. Frank Asch
  • 4. bought worry especially sure
  • 5. High Frequency Words Word Wall especially sure worry bought
  • 6. ey y
  • 7.
    • messy
    • lady
    • happy
    • key
    • baby
    • money
    • funny
    • candy
    • sunny
    10. chimney 11. nobody 12. breezy 13. twenty 14. keyhole 15. very
  • 8. Apply Phonics
    • Jaime counted the money in his piggy bank.
    • Tomato plants grow in sunny weather.
    • The baby crawls across the floor.
    • Use the key to unlock the bike.
    • The lady rode to the castle.
  • 9. High Frequency words
    • imagine
    • Can you imagine living in a world without cars?
    • favorite
    • Apple pie is Sonja’s favorite dessert.
    • year
    • In what year were you born?
  • 10. High Frequency words
    • enjoy
    • The children enjoy playing hopscotch.
    • cook
    • Can you cook rice for dinner?
    • board
    • The checkers board has red and black squares.
  • 11. High Frequency words
    • popular
    • Kickball is the most popular game at recess.
    • expensive
    • A football is more expensive than a marble.
  • 12. High-Frequency Words
    • imagine favorite
    • year enjoy
    • cook board
    • popular expensive
  • 13. At Play Long Ago and Today
    • Long Ago
    • Today
  • 14. Robust Vocabulary
    • recreation
    • ramble
    • leisurely
    • archaic
  • 15.
      • Long ago children played stick ball and croquet for recreation .
    recreation
  • 16. recreation When you do something fun and relaxing, then it is considered recreation .
  • 17. recreation
  • 18.
    • If you play soccer for recreation, you do it for fun.
    • Would you –
    take a test play outside or for recreation? recreation
  • 19. recreation When you do something fun and relaxing
  • 20.
    • Families strolled leisurely through the park.
    leisurely
  • 21. leisurely If you do something in a leisurely way, then you are not in a hurry.
  • 22. leisurely
  • 23.
    • What might you do leisurely –
    take a test? color in a coloring book or leisurely
  • 24.
    • when you are not in a hurry
    leisurely
  • 25.
    • Families could ramble when they went camping.
    ramble
  • 26. ramble Ramble means to wander around.
  • 27. ramble
  • 28.
    • Would you ramble -
    in a parking lot? in a playground or ramble
  • 29.
    • When
    • you
    • wander
    • around.
    ramble
  • 30.
    • In the future video games, might become archaic.
    archaic
  • 31. archaic Archaic means something is old and outdated.
  • 32. ramble
  • 33.
    • An archaic tool is not used anymore. Which is archaic
    a typewriter or a computer? archaic
  • 34.
    • something old and not used anymore
    archaic
  • 35. Grammar Identify singular possessive nouns
    • Marissa borrowed her sister’s books.
    • sister’s
    • Do you like the story’s characters?
    • story’s
    • Ben played his friend’s video games.
    • friend’s
    • They sat in their mother’s living room.
    • mother’s
  • 36. Guided Practice rewrite the phrases to show ownership
    • the hat that belongs to the clown
    • the clown’s hat
    • the swing set that belongs to the playground
    • the playground’s swing set
    • the roller coaster that belongs to the theme park
    • the theme park’s roller coaster
  • 37. Next Then Last First Writing- Paragraph That Gives Information

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