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  • 1. Story Town Lesson 7 Day 3 No Helmet? Pay Up!
  • 2. Question of the Day
    • What would your favorite toy say about you?
      • What would it say that you like to do?
      • What would it say that is interesting about you?
      • What would it know about your family or friends?
    • If I talked to my ______, it would say, “____.”
    Daily Proofreading did the children go to school Did the children go to school?
  • 3. 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
  • 4. High Frequency Words Word Wall idea laughed coming knee million curve world
  • 5. ai ay
  • 6. Phonograms - aid - ail - ain - aint p p p pain paint pail p paint p pay braid trail sprain faint stay - ay
  • 7. Gail has a mule named Saint. Gail likes to braid Saint’s tail. She rides on a trail in the woods every day. Gail thinks that Saint knows the way. Back home, she fills a pail with grain. She is making a clay mule to keep in her room. Gail has a mule named Saint . Gail likes to braid Saint’s tail . She rides on a trail in the woods every day . Gail thinks that Saint knows the way . Back home, she fills a pail with grain . She is making a clay mule to keep in her room.
  • 8. Spelling Words
    • pay
    • mail
    • paint
    • day
    • sail
    • way
    • rain
    • stay
    • tray
    • train
    • highway
    • daytime
    • raindrop
    • crayon
    • mailbox
    • ay
    • pay
    • day
    • way
    • stay
    • tray
    • highway
    • daytime
    • crayon
    • ai
    • mail
    • paint
    • sail
    • rain
    • train
    • raindrop
    • mailbox
  • 9. High – Frequency Words
    • curve
    • knee
    • laughed
    • coming
    • million
    • world
    • idea
  • 10. No Helmet? Pay Up!
  • 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. 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.
  • 13. Build Robust Vocabulary
    • rickety
      • Is it safe to stand on a rickety ladder? Why or why not?
      • Would you rather sit on a rickety chair or on a sturdy chair? Why?
    • rattling
      • How do you notice that something is rattling? Do you hear it or smell it?
      • How can you stop a screen door from rattling?
  • 14. Build Robust Vocabulary
    • prying
      • If you are prying a door, are you trying to open it or shut it?
      • If you want to pry something open, do you get a tool from a toolbox, or a book from a bookcase?
      • If you are prying a staple from a piece of paper, what are you using?
    • impatiently
      • If you are sitting impatiently, how do you feel?
      • If you answer impatiently, do you wait your turn or do you shout out your answer?
      • If a puppy acts impatiently, is he running around or waiting quietly?
  • 15. Build Robust Vocabulary
    • romp
      • Can you romp on a playground? Why or why not?
      • Should you romp in a movie theater? Why or why not?
    • defeated
      • If your friend feels defeated, how can you make your friend feel better?
      • If you feel defeated, are you smiling or frowning?
  • 16. Build Robust Vocabulary
    • jubilant
      • If you are in a jubilant crowd, is everyone cheering or booing?
      • Have you ever felt jubilant at school? What happened?
    • master
      • Can you master learning a new song if you hear it one time? Why or why not?
      • What do you want to master when you grow up?
      • Do you think an airplane pilot has to master a lot of skills? Why or why not?
  • 17.