Mini Lessons

Week 11

Letterland Lesson Verbs Ending in ING

ing song

Take a look at our spelling words ending in ING.

These words are present tense words. They express that the action is taking place NOW instead of later or in the past.

Our spelling words with this ending are:





RI 2.4 Read Aloud

Students will listen to a read aloud and will use context clues to determine meanings of unknown words.

RI 2.9

We will work with a Venn Diagram to compare and contrast two stories on the same topic.

Day Two Week 11

Est Endings of words

EST at the end of words is a suffix forming the superlative degree of adjectives and adverbs.

When we look at our spelling words we have the words:





Are these words adjectives or adverbs? Or are they both?

Context Clues

Context clues are hints that an author gives to help define a difficult or unusual word. The clue may appear within the same sentence as the word to which it refers, or it may follow in a preceding sentence.

Lets practice using context clues to make meaning of new words in these sentences.

  • The team was elated when they won the trophy.

  • During the demonstration, a skirmish broke out and the police were called to restore order.

  • The cat has a kind disposition and would never bite or claw anyone.

  • Comparing and contrasting two texts with the same topic.

    We will complete a Venn Diagram next about the books we listened to about Firefighters.

    Day 3 week 11

    ed Endings.




    irregular verbs

    Venn Diagram

    Lets complete a Venn Diagram on the Firefighters we learned about this week.
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    Irregular verbs - The cat song

    Day 4 Week 11

    Mad Lib

    The Mad Lib Book will be done as a whole group.

    (Mad Lib book will be on the read aloud chair)

    Reviewing Adverbs

    Lolly Lolly Lolly Get Your Adverbs Here - Schoolhouse Rock

    Day 5 Week 11

    Rules to change singular nouns into plural nouns

    Context Clues

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    Proper Nouns

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