Romie  By: Claire HartfieldGenre: Realistic FictionSkill: Author’s Purpose  Author’s Purpose:
Author’s Purpose• The author’s purpose is the  reason an author has for  writing.• An author usually writes to  inform, to...
Say It!      • flights      • stoops      • pitcher      • ruined      • fierce      • treasure      • feast      • cardbo...
More Words toKnow       conductor      conversatio            n        platform
fiercestrong
cardboardthick, stiff pieces of paper
ruinedspoiled
feasthuge meal
treasurevalue
stoopsfront steps
pitcherbaseballplayer
flightssets of stairs
They put their old toysin the cardboard box.
They put their oldtoys in thecardboard box.
The fierce tiger waslocked in a cage at thezoo.
The fierce tiger waslocked in a cage at thezoo.
I ruined my good shirtwhen I spilled paint onit.
I ruined my goodshirt when Ispilled paint on it.
Henry walked up threeflights of stairs to get tohis apartment.
Henry walked upthree flights ofstairs to get to hisapartment .
The Indians andPilgrims ate a hugefeast at Thanksgiving.
The Indians andPilgrims ate a hugefeast at Thanksgiving.
The pirate hunted forthe treasure using amap.
The pirate huntedfor the treasureusing a map.
My favoritebaseball pitcherplays for theChicago Cubs.
My favorite baseball pitcher plays for the Chicago Cubs.
My neighbor and I sat outside on the stoops in front of our apartment building.
My neighbor and I sat outside on the stoops in front of our apartment building.
Let’s review our words.Watch carefullybecause they will flashon the screen for just amoment. We will clapas we spell the w...
flights
stoops
cardboard
ruined
feast
pitcher
treasure
fierce
Spelling Words
Review Questions p.
Review Questions p.
GREAT JOB!
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Me and Uncle Romie

  1. 1. Romie By: Claire HartfieldGenre: Realistic FictionSkill: Author’s Purpose Author’s Purpose:
  2. 2. Author’s Purpose• The author’s purpose is the reason an author has for writing.• An author usually writes to inform, to persuade, to entertain, or to express an opinion.
  3. 3. Say It! • flights • stoops • pitcher • ruined • fierce • treasure • feast • cardboard
  4. 4. More Words toKnow conductor conversatio n platform
  5. 5. fiercestrong
  6. 6. cardboardthick, stiff pieces of paper
  7. 7. ruinedspoiled
  8. 8. feasthuge meal
  9. 9. treasurevalue
  10. 10. stoopsfront steps
  11. 11. pitcherbaseballplayer
  12. 12. flightssets of stairs
  13. 13. They put their old toysin the cardboard box.
  14. 14. They put their oldtoys in thecardboard box.
  15. 15. The fierce tiger waslocked in a cage at thezoo.
  16. 16. The fierce tiger waslocked in a cage at thezoo.
  17. 17. I ruined my good shirtwhen I spilled paint onit.
  18. 18. I ruined my goodshirt when Ispilled paint on it.
  19. 19. Henry walked up threeflights of stairs to get tohis apartment.
  20. 20. Henry walked upthree flights ofstairs to get to hisapartment .
  21. 21. The Indians andPilgrims ate a hugefeast at Thanksgiving.
  22. 22. The Indians andPilgrims ate a hugefeast at Thanksgiving.
  23. 23. The pirate hunted forthe treasure using amap.
  24. 24. The pirate huntedfor the treasureusing a map.
  25. 25. My favoritebaseball pitcherplays for theChicago Cubs.
  26. 26. My favorite baseball pitcher plays for the Chicago Cubs.
  27. 27. My neighbor and I sat outside on the stoops in front of our apartment building.
  28. 28. My neighbor and I sat outside on the stoops in front of our apartment building.
  29. 29. Let’s review our words.Watch carefullybecause they will flashon the screen for just amoment. We will clapas we spell the word.
  30. 30. flights
  31. 31. stoops
  32. 32. cardboard
  33. 33. ruined
  34. 34. feast
  35. 35. pitcher
  36. 36. treasure
  37. 37. fierce
  38. 38. Spelling Words
  39. 39. Review Questions p.
  40. 40. Review Questions p.
  41. 41. GREAT JOB!
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