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Day 1
Objective: To respond appropriately to oral communication
Think of ways you can move. For example,you can jump. What are some other ways you                 can move?On my signal, ...
Fix this sentence:i have a cat
Objective: To listen to a story for enjoymentToday we are going to read the story  Go, Go, Go! Before we read I wouldlike ...
athegowholike     Now let‘s put these words in alphabetical order.
Objective: To recognize individual words in a sentence Today we are going to segment,  or break apart, sentences. We want ...
I like my bike. The dog barks.  I like to jump.My cat likes toast.Drive to the store.      Wake up!        I ran.  My hat ...
Recite the alphabet. What letter is this? What letter is this?The words at, after, and act all begin with the /a/ sound.T-...
If you hear a word that begins with shortA give me a thumbs up. If the word doesnot begin with short A, give me a thumbs  ...
Now we are going to listen for the short A sound in the  middle of the word. If you here the short A in the middle, give m...
Spelling Words Practice
   Click the mouse only once to move to the next    slide.   Read the spelling word on the slide, then click    once to ...
Read TagLook at the picture. Let‘s read to find outhow the game begins.What‘s the boys name?Where are Sam and his friends?...
   Who are the two boys on these pages?   What can they both do?   How do you think Sam and Dan feel?   How do you kno...
   I see Sam on page 21. Let‘s read to find    out who the other children are.   Who are the other children on these    ...
   Let‘s read to find out how the story    ends.   Does anyone tag Dan? Point to the    word that names the person and r...
Read                  Jamaica Tag-AlongGenre Study        Realistic FictionThe word fiction means ―not true‖ or ―not real‖...
 You  are going to listen to an  expository nonfiction selection about  young people who are inventors. Expository nonfi...
bothered
   A woman told Berto to leave Jamaica    alone because ―big kids don‘t like to    be bothered by little kids.‖ If you ar...
Distance
   Distance: If you are at a distance from    someone or something, you are far    away, not close. The word is distance....
If you form                       something,                       you make                       it or shape             ...
   Jamaica used some wet sand to form a    wall. If you form something, you make    it or shape it. The word is form. Wha...
   You are going to learn about sentences.   Jamaica followed her brother.   Ossie played baskeball.   Jamaica and Ber...
   Predictions
   The bag is tan.   This sentence has a part that tells who    or what it is about.   The bag is tan.   It tells some...
Objective: To understand that print conveys meaning; To understand that alabel names someone or something; to develop a li...
   Writing PromptDraw a friend and label the picture with his or her name.
Day 2
Objective: To participate in a discussion; to respond appropriately to oral communication
What makes you happy? On my signal you will turn and talk with your partner to complete the          following stemI am ha...
Fix   this sentence: this   is for pam
Objective: To participate in singing a traditional songToday we are going to sing a song  I think all of you know. We areg...
   we               this               you               she               for               goSay a word and have s...
Objective: To recognize individual words in sentences I am going to read some sentences. I want you to listen the firsttim...
ma mc tr  n
Spelling Words Practice
   Click the mouse only once to move to the next    slide.   Read the spelling word on the slide, then click    once to ...
 Look  at my map. I have acat. The manran one lap. I cantap my bat. I am Max.
If you are                                            bothered,                                            you are        ...
   bothered– If you are bothered, you are    upset or unhappy.   If you missed your favorite tv program, would you be   ...
If you are at a                                             distance from                                              som...
   Distance: If you are at a distance from    someone or something, you are far    away, not close.   If you saw a mount...
If you form                                 something,                                 you make it                        ...
   Form: If you form something, you make    it or shape it.   How could you fold a sheet of paper to form a triangle?  ...
Predictions: Jamaica Tag-AlongAt the beginning of the story, Jamaica followedOssie because she wanted to play with him and...
   Prediction activity
   let‘s   help   now
l e t ‗s
hel p
now
• Tap Dancing                              • What do you think they might                                do?   The childre...
My teacher can jump up and down.Copyone ofthese.
Objective: To understand that a sentence is a group of words that tells a complete idea orthought; To understand that a se...
Objective: To understand that print conveys meaning; To understand that a label names         someone or something; to dev...
   Draw an apple on one side of a sheet of    paper. Write the word apple under the    picture.   On the other side of t...
Day 3
Objective: To respond appropriately to oral communication
How do you show you’re happy?On my signal, you will turn and talkwith your partner to complete the       following sentenc...
Fix this sentence:i can help you
   Read the Poem ―If You‘re Happy and You    Know It‖ on page 50 (Big Book of Rhymes and Poems.)     What do you think th...
If You’re Happy and You Know ItIf you’re happy and you know it,   Clap your hands. (clap, clap)If you’re happy and you kno...
Now let’s change the lyrics to make a new verse to the song.              If You’re Happy and You Know It             If y...
   let‘s              help              now              this              go              like              for   ...
Objective: To recognize individual words in sentencesI am going to say some sentences. I want you to tap  your toes one ti...
tl prc a gb n r b
Read the words in red          Dan Cat has a bat.         Pam Cat has a van.         Sam Cat has a bag.          Pat Cat h...
Spelling Words Practice
   Click the mouse only once to move to the next    slide.   Read the spelling word on the slide, then click    once to ...
attention
   Imagine that you want to cross the    street. What should you pay attention    to? Why?   What is something you might...
Perform
   If you were about to perform in a play on    a stage, how would you feel?   Tell about something you would NOT    wan...
supportive
   If you are supportive of your best    friend, how do you think that makes    him or her feel?   Name someone who is s...
   let‘s   help   now
l e t ‗s
hel p
now
   ________ Tap!   Which word goes into the blank spot?        help let‘s    now
   I can ________ you.   Which word goes into the blank spot?        help let‘s       now
   ________ let‘s tap!   Which word goes into the blank spot?        help let‘s       now
   It is important to read words correctly    so that a story makes sense.Think Aloud   I‘m going to begin reading the s...
   Making predictions is using what you    learn from the story and what you know    from your own experiences. Think of ...
   Page 6: Look at the photograph. What are    the children doing? What do you think the    sentence will be about?   Pa...
   A sentence tells a complete thought or    idea.   The cat.     Who is this about? Is it a sentence?    Why or why no...
   the dog   (Is this a complete sentence? What words can we add to make this a complete sentence?)   The crayon is red...
   A label names someone or something.   A label is short. It has one or two    words.   Words in labels should be spel...
   Draw a picture about a place that you    have chosen.   Give the students cards to write labels for their pictures.
   What are some places you have visited    recently? Think about people or things    you saw that you might want to incl...
Day 4
Objective: To listen and to respond appropriately to oral communication
Do you like to dance? On my signal, you will turn and    talk with your partner tocomplete the following sentence    I lik...
Fix this sentence:let‘s go there
Objective: To participate actively in a traditional song and dance; to recall and        sing words to a song; to follow d...
You put your right foot in. You put your right foot out. You put your right foot in, And you shake it all about.  You do t...
Objective: To read high frequency words                let‘s                 do                now                 up     ...
Objective: To recognize and identify individual words in sentences    Today we will work on  sentences again. I will tell ...
I am thirsty.Do you ride a bike? That is a tall tree. My dog has spots.  The cat jumps.    Dad is glad.The crayon is green...
Spelling Words Practice
   Click the mouse only once to move to the next    slide.   Read the spelling word on the slide, then click    once to ...
attention
   Imagine that you want to cross the    street. What should you pay attention    to? Why?   What is something you might...
Perform
   If you were about to perform in a play on    a stage, how would you feel?   Tell about something you would NOT    wan...
supportive
   If you are supportive of your best    friend, how do you think that makes    him or her feel?   Name someone who is s...
   let‘s   help   now
l e t ‗s
hel p
now
   The word hat is a root word.              hat              I can add –s to hat to make the                word hats. ...
   Call students up to the computer to add         an s to the following words. Have them read the         words before ...
cap + s = capspan + s = pansmap + s = mapswant + s = wants like + s = likeshelp + s = helps
   Give the students their weekly assessments at    this point.
Day 4
Spelling Words Practice
   Click the mouse only once to move to the next    slide.   Read the spelling word on the slide, then click    once to ...
attention
Perform
supportive
bothered
Distance
If you form                       something,                       you make                       it or shape             ...
   Spelling Test   am   cat   ran   map   a   at   can   man   tap   the   Bonus: fat   Sentences:      I ...
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  1. 1. Day 1
  2. 2. Objective: To respond appropriately to oral communication
  3. 3. Think of ways you can move. For example,you can jump. What are some other ways you can move?On my signal, you will turn and talk with your partner to complete the following stem: I can _____________________.
  4. 4. Fix this sentence:i have a cat
  5. 5. Objective: To listen to a story for enjoymentToday we are going to read the story Go, Go, Go! Before we read I wouldlike for us to look at the title and the author of the book. Remember thetitle is the name of the book and the author is the person who wrote thebook. By looking at the cover of the book what do you think our story will be about today?
  6. 6. athegowholike Now let‘s put these words in alphabetical order.
  7. 7. Objective: To recognize individual words in a sentence Today we are going to segment, or break apart, sentences. We want to know how many words are in each sentence. On the next slide we have somesentences. I want you to listen asI read the sentences. Put up one finger for each word you hear.
  8. 8. I like my bike. The dog barks. I like to jump.My cat likes toast.Drive to the store. Wake up! I ran. My hat is blue. Sam is nice. My dad cooks. The chair is red. What day is it?
  9. 9. Recite the alphabet. What letter is this? What letter is this?The words at, after, and act all begin with the /a/ sound.T-36 Which words have the /a/ sound? transparency R98
  10. 10. If you hear a word that begins with shortA give me a thumbs up. If the word doesnot begin with short A, give me a thumbs down. at an inch ache add own ox
  11. 11. Now we are going to listen for the short A sound in the middle of the word. If you here the short A in the middle, give me a thumbs up. If you do not hear the short A in the middle, give me a thumbs down. cat ham bed hat rain fan tape tap act back sat tag ant pat ask dad
  12. 12. Spelling Words Practice
  13. 13.  Click the mouse only once to move to the next slide. Read the spelling word on the slide, then click once to spell the word. After you have spelled the word, read the word again. Click the mouse once to move on to the next slide. Ready? Click the mouse one time to begin. Have fun!
  14. 14. Read TagLook at the picture. Let‘s read to find outhow the game begins.What‘s the boys name?Where are Sam and his friends?Point to and read the word that tells whatSam did. Now read the sentence.
  15. 15.  Who are the two boys on these pages? What can they both do? How do you think Sam and Dan feel? How do you know? What is the same about the names Sam and Dan?
  16. 16.  I see Sam on page 21. Let‘s read to find out who the other children are. Who are the other children on these pages? What can they both do? What is the same about the names Pam and Pat? Tag in this story means to touch someone in a game. What are some other meanings for tag?
  17. 17.  Let‘s read to find out how the story ends. Does anyone tag Dan? Point to the word that names the person and read it aloud. How does everyone feel at the end of the story? How do you know? Would you like to play tag? Why or why not?
  18. 18. Read Jamaica Tag-AlongGenre Study Realistic FictionThe word fiction means ―not true‖ or ―not real‖. What doesfiction mean?In a realistic fiction story, the author creates people andplaces that seem very real. This story is realistic fiction, so the people act he way real people do. Think about how brothers and sisters act in real life. Do you thin Jamaica‘s brother likes it when Jamaica tags along after him?
  19. 19.  You are going to listen to an expository nonfiction selection about young people who are inventors. Expository nonfiction explains true information. It tells the events in time order and often uses headings. One person invented the popsicle and the other invented ear muffs. Remember that the headings in an expository nonfiction selection tells what each section is about.
  20. 20. bothered
  21. 21.  A woman told Berto to leave Jamaica alone because ―big kids don‘t like to be bothered by little kids.‖ If you are bothered, you are upset or unhappy. The word is bothered. What is the word? Day 1: I‘m bothered when someone has the TV on too loud. Which noise would bother you—soft music or thunder? Why? Complete this sentence: I am bothered when ______.
  22. 22. Distance
  23. 23.  Distance: If you are at a distance from someone or something, you are far away, not close. The word is distance. What is the word? Day 1: We can see a cloud at a distance. What can you see at a distance—a treetop or my desk? Why? Would you like to see a dinosaur up close or at a distance? Why (Draw a picture about your answer.)
  24. 24. If you form something, you make it or shape it.The young people are forming a pyramid.
  25. 25.  Jamaica used some wet sand to form a wall. If you form something, you make it or shape it. The word is form. What is the word? I can use clay to form an animal shape. What could you use to form the letters in your name—a ruler or a pencil? Why? Use some clay to form an animal or an object. Ask your partner to guess what you formed.
  26. 26.  You are going to learn about sentences. Jamaica followed her brother. Ossie played baskeball. Jamaica and Berta made a sand castle. A sentence tells a complete thought or idea. Dan and Pat ran. This sentence has two parts. It has a part that tells who it is about-Dan and Pat. Dan and Pat ran. It has part that tells what they did-ran. Dan and Pat ran. This is a sentence because it is a complete thought.
  27. 27.  Predictions
  28. 28.  The bag is tan. This sentence has a part that tells who or what it is about. The bag is tan. It tells something about the bag. The bag is tan.
  29. 29. Objective: To understand that print conveys meaning; To understand that alabel names someone or something; to develop a list of criteria for writing labels •A label names someone or something. •A label is short. It has one or two words.•Words in labels should be spelled correctly.•Names in labels should begin with a capital letter. What are some things we could label in our classroom?
  30. 30.  Writing PromptDraw a friend and label the picture with his or her name.
  31. 31. Day 2
  32. 32. Objective: To participate in a discussion; to respond appropriately to oral communication
  33. 33. What makes you happy? On my signal you will turn and talk with your partner to complete the following stemI am happy when ________________.
  34. 34. Fix this sentence: this is for pam
  35. 35. Objective: To participate in singing a traditional songToday we are going to sing a song I think all of you know. We aregoing to be singing “If your happy and you know it .” I will sing the song once and then I would like you to help me on the second time. Make sure that you showme how this song makes you feel.
  36. 36.  we  this  you  she  for  goSay a word and have students point to it. Point to the wordsand have them read.
  37. 37. Objective: To recognize individual words in sentences I am going to read some sentences. I want you to listen the firsttime. When I read the sentence again I would like for you to clap once for each word you hear. The dog sits. It is a hot day. My pen is blue. Catch the ball. Matt sat down. He hit the ball. I tip my hat. Shut the door! I jump. I have a cat.
  38. 38. ma mc tr n
  39. 39. Spelling Words Practice
  40. 40.  Click the mouse only once to move to the next slide. Read the spelling word on the slide, then click once to spell the word. After you have spelled the word, read the word again. Click the mouse once to move on to the next slide. Ready? Click the mouse one time to begin. Have fun!
  41. 41.  Look at my map. I have acat. The manran one lap. I cantap my bat. I am Max.
  42. 42. If you are bothered, you are upset or unhappy.The little girl is bothering her brother.
  43. 43.  bothered– If you are bothered, you are upset or unhappy. If you missed your favorite tv program, would you be bothered? Why or Why not. What are some things that have bothered you? What did you do to make things better? Would you be bothered if it rained every day for a month? Why or Why not?
  44. 44. If you are at a distance from someone or something, you are far away, not close.The boat is a long distance from the sun.
  45. 45.  Distance: If you are at a distance from someone or something, you are far away, not close. If you saw a mountain from a distance, would the mountain look big or small? How would it look if you were near it? If friend lives at a long distance from you, how could you talk to your friend? How could you visit your friend? If you walked from here to the gym, would that be a long distance for you? Do you think it would be a long distance for n ant? Why or why not?
  46. 46. If you form something, you make it or shape it.The young people are forming a pyramid.
  47. 47.  Form: If you form something, you make it or shape it. How could you fold a sheet of paper to form a triangle? If a group of people like to read, they might form a book club. What kind of club would you and you and our friends like to form? Listen to this direction: Let‘s stand and form a circle. What would we do to follow the direction?
  48. 48. Predictions: Jamaica Tag-AlongAt the beginning of the story, Jamaica followedOssie because she wanted to play with him andhis friends. You predicted what would probablyHappen. You used what you know about how brothers and sisters sometimes act. You predicted that Ossie would not like Jamaica tagging along-and that I what happened. Read aloud Student Edition page 24 and 25.
  49. 49.  Prediction activity
  50. 50.  let‘s help now
  51. 51. l e t ‗s
  52. 52. hel p
  53. 53. now
  54. 54. • Tap Dancing • What do you think they might do? The children in the photograph are wearingspecial shoes for a special kind of dancing
  55. 55. My teacher can jump up and down.Copyone ofthese.
  56. 56. Objective: To understand that a sentence is a group of words that tells a complete idea orthought; To understand that a sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a period Remember that sentences have two parts – one part tells who it is about and the other part tells what they did. Also remember that sentences begin with a capital letter and end with a period. Let’s look at the following sentences and see if they are correct. Sandro can race. Emma likes to skip. Tran likes to hop because it is fun.
  57. 57. Objective: To understand that print conveys meaning; To understand that a label names someone or something; to develop a list of criteria for writing labels •A label names someone or something. •A label is short. It has one or two words. •Words in labels should be spelled correctly.•Names in labels should begin with a capital letter. What are some foods we could draw and label.
  58. 58.  Draw an apple on one side of a sheet of paper. Write the word apple under the picture. On the other side of the paper, draw and label an ice cream cone. apple Ice cream cone
  59. 59. Day 3
  60. 60. Objective: To respond appropriately to oral communication
  61. 61. How do you show you’re happy?On my signal, you will turn and talkwith your partner to complete the following sentence. When I am happy, I __________________.
  62. 62. Fix this sentence:i can help you
  63. 63.  Read the Poem ―If You‘re Happy and You Know It‖ on page 50 (Big Book of Rhymes and Poems.) What do you think the dancers in ―Let‘s Tap!‖ might do to show they are happy? This time when we sing the song, we are going to identify rhyming words.
  64. 64. If You’re Happy and You Know ItIf you’re happy and you know it, Clap your hands. (clap, clap)If you’re happy and you know it, Clap your hands. (clap, clap)If you’re happy and you know it,Then you really ought to show it.If you’re happy and you know it, Clap your hands. (clap, clap)
  65. 65. Now let’s change the lyrics to make a new verse to the song. If You’re Happy and You Know It If you’re happy and you know it, Tap your toes. (tap, tap) If you’re happy and you know it, Tap your toes. (tap, tap) If you’re happy and you know it, Then you really ought to show it. If you’re happy and you know it, Tap your toes. (tap, tap)
  66. 66.  let‘s  help  now  this  go  like  for  youSay a word and have students point to it. Point to the wordsand have them read.
  67. 67. Objective: To recognize individual words in sentencesI am going to say some sentences. I want you to tap your toes one time for each word you hear in the sentences. We have fun. Where is it? Dad is back. Line up. I am six. The car is red. Let’s read. Pat is tall. A bug is on the rug. Kat has two sisters. The dog is black. The fish is gold.
  68. 68. tl prc a gb n r b
  69. 69. Read the words in red Dan Cat has a bat. Pam Cat has a van. Sam Cat has a bag. Pat Cat has a mat. Pat Cat has a nap.
  70. 70. Spelling Words Practice
  71. 71.  Click the mouse only once to move to the next slide. Read the spelling word on the slide, then click once to spell the word. After you have spelled the word, read the word again. Click the mouse once to move on to the next slide. Ready? Click the mouse one time to begin. Have fun!
  72. 72. attention
  73. 73.  Imagine that you want to cross the street. What should you pay attention to? Why? What is something you might NOT want to pay attention to? Explain why. If you were giving a class presentation and no one was paying attention, how would you feel? Tell why.
  74. 74. Perform
  75. 75.  If you were about to perform in a play on a stage, how would you feel? Tell about something you would NOT want to perform. Have you ever seen someone perform? If so, what did he or she perform? How did you feel about it?
  76. 76. supportive
  77. 77.  If you are supportive of your best friend, how do you think that makes him or her feel? Name someone who is supportive of you. How do you know he or she is supportive? If someone were not supportive of you, how would you feel?
  78. 78.  let‘s help now
  79. 79. l e t ‗s
  80. 80. hel p
  81. 81. now
  82. 82.  ________ Tap! Which word goes into the blank spot?  help let‘s now
  83. 83.  I can ________ you. Which word goes into the blank spot?  help let‘s now
  84. 84.  ________ let‘s tap! Which word goes into the blank spot?  help let‘s now
  85. 85.  It is important to read words correctly so that a story makes sense.Think Aloud I‘m going to begin reading the story. If I come to a word I‘m not sure about, I will think about the story and try to figure out what word would make sense. Them I will read the sentence again more smoothly.
  86. 86.  Making predictions is using what you learn from the story and what you know from your own experiences. Think of a prediction that makes sense. Display the Big Book cover Go, Go, Go! The title of this book is Go, Go, Go! The author is Stephen Swinburne. I read this book to you earlier. What can help you predict what this book will be about?
  87. 87.  Page 6: Look at the photograph. What are the children doing? What do you think the sentence will be about? Page 22: Look at the sentence. What can help you predict that the sentence asks a question? What can help you predict what the question is about? Page 33: What did you learn from this book? What are some of the ways kids can move?
  88. 88.  A sentence tells a complete thought or idea. The cat. Who is this about? Is it a sentence? Why or why not? The cat ran. The word ran tells what the cat did. Now it is a complete sentence. The sentence begins with a capital and ends with a period.
  89. 89.  the dog (Is this a complete sentence? What words can we add to make this a complete sentence?) The crayon is red. (Is this a complete sentence? What words can we add to make this a complete sentence?) wags his tail (Is this a complete sentence? What words can we add to make this a complete sentence?) jumps high (Is this a complete sentence? What words can we add to make this a complete sentence?) i play with my friends (Is this a complete sentence? What words can we add to make this a complete sentence?)
  90. 90.  A label names someone or something. A label is short. It has one or two words. Words in labels should be spelled correctly. Names in labels should begin with a capital letter.
  91. 91.  Draw a picture about a place that you have chosen. Give the students cards to write labels for their pictures.
  92. 92.  What are some places you have visited recently? Think about people or things you saw that you might want to include in a picture. Teacher writes the ideas on a sheet of paper and save for Friday.
  93. 93. Day 4
  94. 94. Objective: To listen and to respond appropriately to oral communication
  95. 95. Do you like to dance? On my signal, you will turn and talk with your partner tocomplete the following sentence I like to dance because ______________________.
  96. 96. Fix this sentence:let‘s go there
  97. 97. Objective: To participate actively in a traditional song and dance; to recall and sing words to a song; to follow directions to perform a dance We‘re going to review a song that we introduced yesterday. Remember that you are looking for words that have rhythm. I will read it first and then you can read with me the second time.
  98. 98. You put your right foot in. You put your right foot out. You put your right foot in, And you shake it all about. You do the Hokey-Pokey,And you turn yourself around. That‘s what it‘s all about!
  99. 99. Objective: To read high frequency words let‘s do now up down a the go who like
  100. 100. Objective: To recognize and identify individual words in sentences Today we will work on sentences again. I will tell you a sentence and you willtell me the number of wordsyou hear. I also want you to tell me the last word in the sentence.
  101. 101. I am thirsty.Do you ride a bike? That is a tall tree. My dog has spots. The cat jumps. Dad is glad.The crayon is green.You are my friend. I like to swim.
  102. 102. Spelling Words Practice
  103. 103.  Click the mouse only once to move to the next slide. Read the spelling word on the slide, then click once to spell the word. After you have spelled the word, read the word again. Click the mouse once to move on to the next slide. Ready? Click the mouse one time to begin. Have fun!
  104. 104. attention
  105. 105.  Imagine that you want to cross the street. What should you pay attention to? Why? What is something you might NOT want to pay attention to? Explain why. If you were giving a class presentation and no one was paying attention, how would you feel? Tell why.
  106. 106. Perform
  107. 107.  If you were about to perform in a play on a stage, how would you feel? Tell about something you would NOT want to perform. Have you ever seen someone perform? If so, what did he or she perform? How did you feel about it?
  108. 108. supportive
  109. 109.  If you are supportive of your best friend, how do you think that makes him or her feel? Name someone who is supportive of you. How do you know he or she is supportive? If someone were not supportive of you, how would you feel?
  110. 110.  let‘s help now
  111. 111. l e t ‗s
  112. 112. hel p
  113. 113. now
  114. 114.  The word hat is a root word. hat I can add –s to hat to make the word hats. hats
  115. 115.  Call students up to the computer to add  an s to the following words. Have them read the words before adding the s and after adding the s. cap pan map want like help
  116. 116. cap + s = capspan + s = pansmap + s = mapswant + s = wants like + s = likeshelp + s = helps
  117. 117.  Give the students their weekly assessments at this point.
  118. 118. Day 4
  119. 119. Spelling Words Practice
  120. 120.  Click the mouse only once to move to the next slide. Read the spelling word on the slide, then click once to spell the word. After you have spelled the word, read the word again. Click the mouse once to move on to the next slide. Ready? Click the mouse one time to begin. Have fun!
  121. 121. attention
  122. 122. Perform
  123. 123. supportive
  124. 124. bothered
  125. 125. Distance
  126. 126. If you form something, you make it or shape it.The young people are forming a pyramid.
  127. 127.  Spelling Test am cat ran map a at can man tap the Bonus: fat Sentences: I can tap. The man ran. Total Points for sentences: 10

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