Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
Gus And Grandpa Lesson 7 Day 1
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×
Saving this for later? Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime – even offline.
Text the download link to your phone
Standard text messaging rates apply

Gus And Grandpa Lesson 7 Day 1

734

Published on

I added slides to Krist\ie McCormick's ppt. I also used slides made by Agatha Lee.

I added slides to Krist\ie McCormick's ppt. I also used slides made by Agatha Lee.

Published in: Education
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
734
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
20
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. Story Town Lesson 7 Day 1 Gus and Grandpa and the Two-Wheeled Bike
  • 2. Question of the Day
    • What are some fun things that you do with your family?
      • What is something fun that an older family member taught you?
      • What do you do outside with your family for fun?
      • What is fun about being with your family?
      • I like to ________ with my family because _______.
    Daily Proofreading
    • they picked up the boxes
    • They picked up the boxes.
  • 3. Make Predictions Jeremy’s Day at the Pool
    • Jeremy’s mom brought in the mail. “Jeremy, it looks like this card is for you,” she said.
    • Jeremy opened the card. It was an invitation. His friend Mario was having a pool party. Jeremy felt sad. He was scared of the water, but he wanted to go to the party. “Can you help me, Mom?” he asked.
    • “ Sure,” she said.
    • That afternoon, Jeremy and his mom went to the pool. Jeremy had a new bathing suit on, which made him happy. He looked down at the deep end and wanted to go home. His mom said, “Let’s go to the shallow end instead.”
    • Jeremy walked down the stairs, holding onto the rail. He was scared, but he also thought the water felt good. His mom helped him kick and blow bubbles. He could do it!
  • 4. High Frequency Words Word Wall cheer straight brother
  • 5. sail day rain ray ai ay
  • 6. Long a-- ai
    • pl ai n ai d
    • g ai n f ai l
    • w ai t ai m
  • 7. Long a--ay
    • pl ay
    • st ay
    • m ay
    • gr ay
    • j ay
    • r ay
  • 8. Long vowel a---ai, ay
    • ch ai n w ai st l ay spr ay
    • qu ai l sw ay w ay
    • b ay cl ay br ai n
    • s ay t ai l spr ai n
    • sn ai l p ai d tr ay
  • 9. Read these sentences
    • Stay on the trail !
    • Kay has a pail of bait .
    • Jay has paint stains on his pants.
    • The gray hens laid eggs in the hay .
    • Gail may feed the ducks some grain .
  • 10. Spelling Words
  • 11. Build Robust Vocabulary
    • rickety If something is rickety, it is old and shaky.
    • rattling If something is rattling, it is making short knocking sounds.
    • prying If you are prying something, you are opening it with a crowbar or other tool.
    • impatiently If you are waiting for the bus impatiently, you are upset that you have to wait.
  • 12.
    • The girl rode on an old, rickety train.
    rickety
  • 13. rickety Rickety means an object is old and shaky.
  • 14. rickety
  • 15. The desk is rickety . rickety
  • 16. rickety Is something rickety likely to be used or brand new?
  • 17. something that is old and shaky. rickety
  • 18. rattling
    • The train was rattling on the tracks.
  • 19. rattling Rattling means something is making short knocking sounds.
  • 20. rattling
  • 21. rattling
    • The tree branches were rattling against the window.
  • 22. rattling If something is rattling , is it quiet or loud?
  • 23. making short knocking sounds rattling
  • 24.
    • A man was prying open a heavy brass circle.
    prying
  • 25. prying Prying means you are trying to open something with a crowbar or other tool.
  • 26. prying
  • 27. prying
    • I am prying a box open.
  • 28. prying What tool might I use for prying something open, a screwdriver or a drill?
  • 29. opening something with a crowbar or other tool. prying
  • 30. impatiently The girl impatiently asked a question .
  • 31. impatiently Impatiently means you are upset and bothered because you have to wait.
  • 32. impatiently
  • 33. impatiently I wait impatiently for my bus.
  • 34. impatiently If you were waiting impatiently , would you be complaining or staying quiet?
  • 35. you are upset that you have to wait impatiently
  • 36. Singular and Plural Nouns
    • Singular nouns name one person, place, thing, or animal.
    • Plural nouns name more than one person, place, thing, or animal.
    • The train went one way, and the seats on it faced the other.
  • 37. Identify singular and plural nouns.
    • When class was over, a student ran out.
    • What are the singular nouns in this sentence?
    • class student
    • How can we make these nouns plural?
    • class es student s
  • 38. Rules
    • Most singular nouns can be made plural by adding s .
    • But some nouns that end in s,x,sh,ch are made plural by adding es.
    • bike s bench es
    • car s friend s
    • bus es kid s
  • 39. Student Model: Directions
    • Yogurt Fruit Shake
    • Ingredients
    • 2 cups yogurt
    • 1 cup fresh blueberries
    • Steps
    • Wash the blueberries.
    • Put the yogurt and blueberries in a blender.
    • Blend until smooth. Ask an adult for help.
    • Pour into four or five glasses.
  • 40. Directions
    • Tell how to make or do something.
    • List materials, if needed.
    • List steps in order from first to last.
    • Use commands, short sentences, and exact words.
    • Can include a picture.
  • 41. Writing - Directions
    • Tell how to make or do something.
    • List materials, if needed.
    • List steps in order from first to last.
    • Use commands, short sentences, and exact words.
    • Can include a picture.

×