Here is more practice with consonant blends and digraphs.
Sunday, January 24, 2010
The focus of this decodable is prefixes and suffixes. Remember, prefixes are word parts, or syllables, at the beginning of words. Suffixes are word parts, or syllables, at the end of words. Each prefix and suffix has its own meaning, which changes the meaning of the base word. How many prefixes and suffixes can you find?
Here's another way to make a hundred. This method is helpful for solving certain subtraction problems.
Keep following the same steps to subtract, and always check your work by adding the parts to see if they equal the whole.
Saturday, January 23, 2010
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Monday, January 11, 2010
Let partners to ten help you know when to rename.
Look for all the sets of quotation marks in this story. Remember, quotation marks tell us that someone in the story is speaking. Do you remember what we call that? That's right - dialogue. Pay attention to where the quotation marks are placed, and look at all the different speaker tags, which tell us how the character spoke.
Sunday, January 10, 2010
Here is more practice with the steps to follow to solve word problems. (While you're watching this video, see if you can spot the mistake I made while doing the first story problem. I forgot to check off the sentence after I drew and labeled the information about how many cupcakes the teacher ate. Oops!)