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Transcript
Unit 8
Away We
Grow!
How A Seed
Grows
Vocabulary
aside – to the side of
root – the bottom of the plant in
the soil which soaks up
water into the plant
How a Seed Grows
Sound Practice
_dge
a
tch
ai
x
ar
_le
a_e
oo
ay
er
ow
How a Seed Grows
Sight Word Practice
people
about
before
very
any
some
water
how
from
long
are
by
How a Seed Grows
How A Seed Grows 1
Good morning! A cat’s fur feels soft.
Paper feels smooth. What kind of
plant feels prickly?
Daily Language Review
The seeds were _____________ .
Add descriptive words then change the sentence to a question.
How a Seed Grows 1
fat
black
badge
wax
safe
snakes
days
space
pain
rain
strain
trail
How a Seed Grows 1
Jan and Jake played in the rain.
How a Seed Grows 1
Sight Words
people
How a Seed Grows 1
Grammar
Telling sentences end with a period.
Asking sentences end with a question mark.
Add the correct ending mark.
I have a blue backpack
What color is your backpack
Who is your partner
Jack likes to read books with me
Telling and asking sentences
How a Seed Grows 1
How A Seed Grows 2
Good morning! Some seeds grow
quickly. Other seeds grow slowly.
What kind of plant would you like to
grow?
Daily Language Review
The seeds grew quickly.
I put the seeds in the eggshells.
Change the sentences to a question.
How a Seed Grows 2
pan
pane
tap
tape
snail
scratch
grain
spray
hammer
cradle
table
shampoo
How a Seed Grows 2
Kate plans to take the train to
visit Gram.
How a Seed Grows 2
Grammar
Change the telling sentences to asking
sentences.
Sam will plant his seeds tomorrow.
The children had a snack after school.
Maria will give her dog a bath.
Telling and asking sentences
How a Seed Grows 2
How A Seed Grows 3
Good morning! Plants need sunlight,
water, and soil to grow. They need
good care to survive. How can you
take care of your plants?
Daily Language Review
Seeds grow into plants.
Bean seeds grow faster than oak seeds.
You can label the shells with a marker.
Change the sentences to a question.
How a Seed Grows 3
gardens
raced
downtown
badge
skyscraper
train
place
glass
sidewalk
inside
plants
rooftop
How a Seed Grows 3
Jackie and Max walked around
the rooftop garden.
How a Seed Grows 3
Grammar
Add the correct ending marks. Change the telling
sentences to asking sentences.
Some seeds grow slowly
Plant the seeds in the garden
What began to grow
When should you water the seeds
Jess made a hole in the soil
Telling and asking sentences
How a Seed Grows 3
The Garden /
Saguaro
Vocabulary
flower – the blossoming part of a plant
tight – firm
quite – very
shout – yell loudly
The Garden/ Saguaro
Sound Practice
i
_le
_igh
ie
_y
ow
_ce
gi
i_e
ing
_ed
qu
The Garden/ Saguaro
Sight Word Practice
five
would
there
was
one
people
two
saw
come
were
could
know
The Garden/ Saguaro
The Garden 1
Good morning! A dandelion is a weed.
This plant has a strong root that is
hard to pull up. It can grow up to
fifteen inches long! What happens if
you leave some of the root behind
when you weed?
Daily Language Review
Kyle’s garden has vines and sticks.
The water dripped back into the
water’s container.
Lynn gave the seeds to Lynn’s teacher.
Possessive pronouns
The Garden 1
Find a Word Game
meter
sheep
even
behind
daydream
stay
meal
tight
sight
right
bone
cone
tide
grow
toad
boat
The Garden 1
wish
still
stick
fix
ridge
running
little
window
music
robin
by
fry
fried
The Garden 1
Would a bat fly high at night?
The Garden 1
Sight Words
five
would
The Garden 1
Grammar
Possessive nouns end with ‘s and shows ownership.
Underline the possessive noun and circle what is owned.
Anya’s house is blue.
Mark’s dog is huge.
Matt’s ball is in the doghouse.
The ball is Rachel’s.
Which book is Juan’s?
Possessive nouns and pronouns
The Garden 1
The Garden 2
Good morning! Plants are the largest
living things on the planet. Do you
know what the largest plant is?
Redwood Trees
Daily Language Review
The bird has broken _______ wing.
Your plants look better than mine.
_______ look better. The seeds
belong to me. Here are my seeds.
They are ________.
Possessive pronouns
The Garden 2
Quick Change
flower
shower
show
row
grow
grown
T166
The Garden 2
try
tried
fine
nice
quite
times
shine
high
night
right
frightened
tightrope
The Garden 2
The five kites can glide in
the sky.
The Garden 2
Grammar
Possessive nouns end with ‘s and shows ownership.
Possessive pronouns take the place of possessive nouns.
You planted tomatoes last year. Those tomatoes
are ______.
My brother and I have a garden. It is _____.
Jenny’s flower is red. The flower is ______.
Those are Mazy’s and Krista’s lunch boxes. They
are ________.
Possessive nouns and pronouns
The Garden 2
The Garden 3
Good morning! The sunflower grows
and dies in the same year. It leaves
its many seeds to survive and grow
into plants the next year. What do
sunflower seeds look like? Have you
ever eaten them?
Daily Language Review
We have a dog. We took _______ dog
to the vet.
Mr. Smith asked the players to put
________ shoes in the lockers.
Mom said, “You and your friend need
to wash ________ hands before
dinner.”
The Garden 3
Possessive pronouns
tired
driveway
giant
nightgown
skyscraper hiked
ranger
spikes
miles
might
field
smiled
The Garden 3
Please do not pick the flowers.
The Garden 3
Grammar
Possessive nouns end with ‘s and shows ownership.
Possessive pronouns take the place of possessive nouns.
Change the possessive noun to a pronoun and circle what is owned.
The wall’s color is blue.
The Johnsons’ garden is blooming.
Jason’s soil is dry.
That is Katie’s rose.
My brother’s and my seeds are sprouting.
Possessive nouns and pronouns
The Garden 3
Green and
Growing
Vocabulary
shrub –
stem – the stalk
small
of the flower
bush
or plant
vine – plant with a very long
stem that can grow along the ground
or up a wall
energy – strength to do something
Green and Growing
Sound Practice
ow
ck
o
oa
_es
o_e
ow
kn_
sh
_le
oa
wr_
Green and Growing
Sight Word Practice
should
other
want
from
how
any
around
my
know
come
said
some
Green and Growing
Green and Growing 1
Good morning! Most plants grow from
the tips of their leaves. Grass grows
from the base of its leaves. This is
why grass is a good plant for lawns. It
can recover quickly after being mown.
Did you know you are walking on
plants when you walk on grass?
Daily Language Review
The girls opened _________ gifts at
the party.
Class, open _______ books to page 55.
We won! Out of all the plants, they
liked ________ the best.
**Fill in the blank with a pronoun then share a synonym
for the yellow words.
Pronouns and synonyms
Green & Growing 1
Find a Word
grow
bright
made
paid
bite
few
bone
sleep
Green & Growing 1
pods
blocks
boxes
knot
gold
slopes
blown
coast
got
goat
hop
hope
soak
Green and Growing 1
The wind blows yellow and brown
leaves into my yard.
Green & Growing 1
Sight Words
other
should
Green & Growing 1
Grammar
Synonyms are words that mean about the same.
Change the underlined words with a synonym.
Hand me the skinny pencil.
Don’t let the big insect in the house.
Is the small book yours?
I was unhappy when I dropped my ice cream cone.
The math assignment was easy today.
Synonyms
Green & Growing 1
Green and Growing 2
Good morning! We benefit from plants
in many ways. How do you use and
enjoy plants?
Daily Language Review
The squirrel picked up the tiny nut.
He found it under a shrub.
He scampered away with it.
Synonyms T314
Green & Growing 2
Which Doesn’t Belong?
tone
stone
tons
Green & Growing 2
socks
most
moss
octopus
October
shadow
below
window
yellow
open
rocket
Green and Growing 2
At home we water our six little
plants so they will grow.
Green & Growing 2
Grammar
Synonyms are words that mean about the same.
Match the synonyms in each column.
huge
home
say
leave
start
belly
close
Synonyms
talk
begin
enormous
house
shut
stomach
go
Green & Growing 2
Green and Growing 3
Good morning! Plants that have died
still play an important role in nature.
What might happen to a plant that is
no longer living?
Daily Language Review
We walked in the garden to see the
pretty flowers.
The baby was crying because she was
unhappy.
She visited a big museum.
Synonyms T274
Green & Growing 3
windows
slowed
breakfast
dodge
meadows
cow
oatmeal
lawn
stone
now
slowly
grass
Green and Growing 3
The class looked out the window
of the bus.
Green & Growing 3
Grammar
Synonyms are words that mean about the same.
Change the underlined words with a synonym.
The cat leaped over the chair to catch the mouse.
The plant grew so big it touched the ceiling.
My present for you is a plant.
It’s perfect. It is the correct size.
The little dog plays with the ball.
Synonyms
Green & Growing 3
Flowers and
Flowers at
Night
Vocabulary
petals – colored leaves of a plant
bright – colorful
Flowers
Sound Practice
u
dge
u_e
ar
_ew
_y
_ue
or
_ue
_mb
_ew
u_e
Flowers
Sight Word Practice
use
many
about
some
they
from
saw
do
are
ask
there
you
Flowers
Flowers 1
Good morning! Have you ever planted a
flower? What is your favorite type of
flower?
Daily Language Review
Let me know when the plant begins to
grow.
I hope the plant grows quickly!
Speak softly, and it will grow.
antonyms
Flowers 1
Find a Word
human
flight
trade
toad
Flowers 1
dust
thumb
skunks
music
continue
few
cucumbers
budge
volume
cut
cute
cube
Flowers 1
Judson saw a stuffed porcupine
at the museum.
Flowers 1
Sight Words
use
many
Flowers 1
Grammar
Antonyms are words that mean the opposite.
Change the underlined words with an antonym.
Start watering the plants.
The strong stem would not bend.
Always water the plants at noon.
The dry leaves drooped in the sun.
The plant grew very slow.
Antonyms
Flowers 1
Flowers 2
Good morning! You are learning that
flowers have different shapes. Can you
think of some flowers and their shapes?
Daily Language Review
The young tree had many rings.
I always water my plants!
The leaf felt prickly.
antonyms
Flowers 2
Which Doesn’t Belong?
but
bun
tub
Flowers 2
fuss
fuse
argue
fuzzy
regular
uniform
menu
rescue
dusty
pupil
subway
museum
Flowers 2
Dad would like to finish work in
time to catch the number five
bus.
Flowers 2
Grammar
Antonyms are words that mean the opposite.
Match the antonyms in each column.
big
hard
inside
up
open
day
clean
Antonyms
outside
down
little
night
shut
soft
dirty
Flowers 2
Skills Book page 111
celery
carrots
Flowers 3
Good morning! When bees visit a flower,
they pick up pollen and carry it to other
flowers. Why is this helpful to a flower?
How are flowers helpful to us?
Daily Language Review
The stems were strong.
The plant didn’t like loud noises.
A bean plant grows quickly.
antonyms
Flowers 3
What I Saw Game
On my journey, I saw a
___________.
It begins with /w/.
Flowers 3
fun
stump
trucks
buses
true
few
fuel
thumb
tunes
pupil
cucumbers
use
music
huge
Flowers 3
Plants get fuel from the
sun.
Do you have a green
thumb?
Flowers 3
Grammar
Antonyms are words that mean the opposite.
Change the underlined words with an antonym.
The leaf felt smooth.
You should be quiet when you plant seeds.
Have the young plants been watered today?
A sunflower is at the end of the row.
Is growing plants easy?
Beautiful flowers make me happy.
Antonyms
Flowers 3
Plants That
Eat Animals
Vocabulary
trapping – catching, allow to enter but
not exit
wetlands – land made of
wet marsh or swamp
attracts – draw attention to
insects – bugs with 6 legs, 3 body parts
and no backbone
Plants That Eat Animals
Sound Practice
a_e
igh
ai
ow
o_e
e_e
_y
u
ie
i_e
u_e
oa
Plants That Eat Animals
Sight Word Practice
pretty
your
what
their
saw
water
over
from
would
help
some
make
Plants That Eat Animals
Plants That Eat Animals 1
Good morning! Hummingbirds visit
flowers to feed on nectar. While they are
doing this, their long beaks become
covered in pollen, which they then carry
to other flowers. What happens when the
pollen is carried to other flowers?
Daily Language Review
he is
do not
will not
you are
Contractions T440
he’s
don’t
won’t
you’re
Plants That Eat Animals 1
name
shaped
grain
strain
flytrap
night
kinds
open
player
white
tied
folder
Plants That Eat Animals 1
Jane gave your tiny kitten a bowl
of water.
Plants That Eat Animals 1
Sight Words
pretty
your
Plants That Eat Animals 1
Grammar
A contraction puts two words together. Some letters are left
out. An apostrophe ‘ shows where the letters are missing.
Usually the first word is left whole. Write the contraction.
he is
do not
cannot
I will
does not
Contractions
they will
I am
you are
are not
she is
Plants That Eat Animals 1
Plants That Eat Animals 2
Good morning! Some flowers smell
sweeter at night. This attracts moths.
Have you ever seen a moth? What do
you know about moths?
Daily Language Review
I am
you would
you’d
cannot
can’t
they have
contractions
I’m
they’ve
Plants That Eat Animals 2
know
float
fume
unicorn
stone
sweet
squeal
concrete shampoo
royal
artist
powder
Plants That Eat Animals 2
Jacob and Logan saw their
pretty blue kite float away.
Plants That Eat Animals 2
Grammar
A contraction puts two words together. Some letters are left
out. An apostrophe ‘ shows where the letters are missing.
Find the words that can become contractions.
Plants cannot grow without water.
It is my turn to water them today!
I am watering them tomorrow.
You are shorter than the sunflower.
Contractions
Plants That Eat Animals 2
Plants That Eat Animals 3
Good morning! Plants can protect
themselves from animals. For example, a
touch of poison ivy might cause a bad
skin rash and itching. Have you ever
seen poison ivy? What does it look like?
Poison Ivy
Daily Language Review
It is going to rain.
I can not water the plants today.
The flower will not open.
contractions
Plants That Eat Animals 3
sidewalk
enjoy
birthday
laundry
cricket
handmade
weeds
knees
mistakes
changes
fight
bright
Plants That Eat Animals 3
It is good to fight weeds and
make a garden pretty.
Plants That Eat Animals 3
Grammar
A contraction puts two words together. Some letters are left
out. An apostrophe ‘ shows where the letters are missing.
Find the words that can become contractions.
We do not like broccoli.
She does not like it either.
It is not a tasty treat.
She is planting a flower.
Shane cannot find any seeds.
Contractions
Plants That Eat Animals 3
REVIEW
cattail spaceship
sunshine
toaster
why
snail
knight
snowflake
plot
haystack
violin
most
Unit 8 Review week 1-3
tugboat
frostbite
fewer
menu
cube
daydream
unite
rescue
sidewalk
frame
claim
photograph
Unit 8 Review week 4-5
clean
glide
foam
rainbow
spicy
weekend
maple
pie
unit
frozen
hope
Unit 8 Review
Sound Spelling Review
a
u
o
i
u_e
ai_
oa_
i_e
_ay
_igh
a_e
_y
_ie
_ow
o_e
_ue
_ew
Sight Word Review
people
five
would
should
other
use
many
pretty
your