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What we are learning!
What do you do at your school?
Short a, like in apple
Inflectional Ending –s
Learn: to gain knowledge or a new skill.
Subjects: things you study at school.
Common: normal, ordinary, or easily found.
Object: a thing or an item.
Recognize: to remember something because you have seen it before.
Stories for the Week
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Nat and Sam
This School Year Will
Be the Best!
What is it like where you live?
Short i, the sound in insect
Initial sound alliteration
Double final consonants
City: a large town with tall buildings and many people.
Country: the land outside a town or city, where there are farms.
Scurried: when you move very quickly.
Feast: a big, fancy meal with many different foods.
Bored: when you feel like you have nothing to do.
Alicia’s Happy Day
What makes a pet special?
Contrast vowel sounds
Care: giving someone or something it needs to stay healthy and happy.
Train: teaching someone or something to do things.
Companion: an animal or person that keeps you happy.
Groom: when you wash an animal or brush it’s fur.
Popular: something that many people enjoy.
A Pig for Cliff
What do friends do together?
Ask and Answer Questions
Short o, like in octopus
Questions & Exclamations
Cooperate: when you work together with someone and get something done.
Relationship: when you have a connection with someone.
Chore: a small job you must do.
Collect: to gather things together.
Deliver: when you take something to the person it belongs to.
Toss! Kick! Hop!
How does your body move?
R- and S- blends
Exercise: activities you do with your body to stay healthy and get stronger.
Physical: about the body
Agree: when you and someone else have the same idea about something.
Difficult: something that is hard to do and full of problems.
Exhausted: someone who is very tired.
Move and Grin!
Big Book: Move!