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

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    • Story Town Lesson 7 Day 2 Gus and Grandpa and the Two-Wheeled Bike
    • Question of the Day
      • Imagine you are a bike. What are some of your feelings?
        • How does a bike move?
        • Where can a bike go?
        • How might a bike be feeling when it’s going fast? Coming to a stop?
      • When I go _____, I feel ____.
      Daily Proofreading my friend Rasheed likes peaches My friend Rasheed likes peaches.
    • At the Bike Rack    When you leave your bike in the bike rack, don’t you wish you knew if the bicycles talked to each other and what your bike says about you?     Betsy Franco
    • High Frequency Words Word Wall cheer straight brother
    • ai ay
    • Spelling Words
      • One day Ray may sail on the bay.
      • Kay laid the mail on a tray .
      • Jay raced through the rain on his way home.
      • Gail used gray clay to make a train .
      • May will stay in line to pay for the pail of paint .
      Read Words in Context
    • High Frequency words
      • coming
      • The flowers are growing and coming along well.
      • knee
      • I can bend my leg at the knee .
      • idea
      • Pai thought of a great idea for a project.
      • laughed
      • Luis laughed at the joke.
      • million
      • One million is a huge number.
      • curve
      • It is hard to see around a curve , or bend, in the road.
      • world
      • A lot of people live in our world .
      High-Frequency Words
    •  
    • Build Robust Vocabulary
      • romp When you romp, you move around playfully.
      • defeated If you feel like you have lost, you feel defeated.
      • jubilant When you feel joyful and happy, you are jubilant.
      • master If you master something, you learn how to do it well.
    • romp Gus and Skipper like to romp in the yard.
    • romp Romp means you move around playfully.
    • romp
    • romp Which would be more likely to romp , an older cat or a young child?
    • when you move around playfully romp
    • defeated Gus feels defeated when he crashes his bike.
    • defeated If you feel like you have lost, then you feel defeated .
    • defeated
    • defeated Would you feel defeated if you got an A on a test, or if your soccer team lost a game?
    • when you feel like you have lost defeated
    • jubilant Gus feels jubilant that he can ride a two-wheeled bike.
    • jubilant Jubilant means you feel joyful and happy.
    • jubilant
    • jubilant Would you be jubilant if your friend got hurt or if you got good grades?
    • when you feel joyful and happy jubilant
    • master Gus practices until he can master a two-wheeled bike.
    • master If you master something, then you learn to do it well. Tiger Woods is a master at golf.
    • master
    • master Would a child be likely to master riding a bike or driving a car?
    • when someone learns how to do something well master
    • Grammar – Singular and Plural Nouns
      • Grandpa and I walked by the flowers.
      • Two foxes ran across the path.
      • We saw berries on the bushes.
      • Grandpa and I made wish .
      • I wished for new puppy .
      • Grandpa wished for sunny sky .