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Snowman at Night By Caralyn Buehner
A:B: mitten lay on his face carrot lay on the ground and his buttons had fallen. The Snowman looked a fright because his… C:D: scarf blew in the wind.arms drooped down and his hat had slipped.
D: His hat had slipped and his arms drooped down
A:B: over the bridge.to the store. Where did the snowman go after sliding down the hill? C:D: behind the school.into the park.
D: Into the park
A:B: name tagscups of ice-cold cocoa What did the snowman mothers make for the snowman C:D: hats and mittensplates of star shaped cookies
B: cups of ice-cold cocoa
A:B: lost their charcoal eyes. started melting from the cocoa. The snowmen bumped into each other and fell down after they… C:D: acted like clowns.slid too fast.
C: acted like clowns
A:B: sleddingskating What was the biggest thrill of all for the snowmen? C:D: skiingsnowmobiling
A:B: happyangry What was the overall mood of the story? C:D: sadnone of the above
A:B: gratefulupset They line up in their places, each one anxious for his turn in the snowman races. What does the term Anxious mean in this sentence? C:D: nervousscared
A:B: to inform youto persuade you to do something What is the authors purpose for writing this story? C:D: to entertain youto express an idea or feeling
C: to entertain
A:B: footballbaseball What type of game did the snowmen play? C:D: hockeysoccer
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HAT EYES NOSE SCARF ARM BUTTONS. Question #1: What color was the snowman’s scarf? B. Green C. Blue A. Red.
I have a little snowman He is so fat and round
The Naked Snowman By Joanna Hose. Is a snowman a snowman if he doesn’t have any clothes? No one knew that Shawn the snowman was a snowman because he didn’t.
Picture Sentences Look at the picture. Choose the correct sentence.
CRCT Reading Review Which of these BEST describes what happens in the passage? 1.A boy teaches his mother how to ride a sled. 2.A boy and his.
Snowman. Is it snowing or has it snowed today? Number of snowballs to make the snowman YESNO 32.
How to build a snowman By: Emilie Felax. How to make the snowballs First you have to make a small snowball. Then you have to roll it in a bunch of snow.
Words by Andy Beck and Brian Fisher Music by Andy Beck.
If you look outside and see it snowing.. ….. Then youre going to want to go outside…
How to Build a Snowman. A Standard Snowman STEP 1: Test to see if you have 'packing snow,' which clumps together easily and isn't too wet. The snow.
Angel Tears By: Kimberly Giebler. Angel Tears Large raindrops fall on my face Clinging to the lashes above my tear shined eyes I had nowhere to go I knew.
Flashback - when authors refers back to something that already happened. Harry Potter Flashback FlashbackHarry Potter Flashback Foreshadowing- when.
How to Build a Snowman.
AUTHOR’S PURPOSE & POINT OF VIEW. WHAT ARE OUR CONTENT OBJECTIVES? To understand and identify the different purposes of texts. To distinguish between.
Author’s Purpose and Point of View. What are our learning goals? To understand and identify the different purposes of texts. To distinguish between non-fiction.
Snowman Poems. I’m a Little Snowman Tune: I’m a Little Teapot I'm a little snowman, round and fat. Here is my broomstick, Here is my hat. When the sun.
In the morning James gets up to see snow falling. He runs into the garden as fast as he can and he starts to make a snowman.
Notes: This slide will give a definition of non- fiction and an example. Teacher will explain and describe the example. Books that are nonfiction, or.
Sight Words Unit 4, Week 1. saw I a big, fat duck.
Author’s Purpose and Point of View
Can you help me? Read these words, and act. think face snowman snowball nose mouth ear body head arm leg foot feet snowmen stone make wonderful.
“Blizzard in Birmingham” The Turner kids were not accustomed to snow. The most they ever got in their southern city of Birmingham was an inch or so each.
Winter Activities Шидловская М.Г. МОУ гимназия №1 Г. Калининград.
Winter Haiku Presentation By 4B. Winter Riding Sleds are at my door Waiting for me to jump on They go very fast By Aaron.
Making Inferences. How does she feel? How do you know?
How to Build a Snowman By Zoey. Introduction If you want to learn how to build a snowman, follow these steps.
Run-on Sentences. Students will: Identify, correct, and punctuate run-on sentences. Proofread for run-on sentences.
5 Types of Conflict. A problem in a story MAN VS. MAN A conflict between two characters.
“Cinderella’s dress sparkled like the stars.” “The angry wind slashed through the trees.” “The road was a ribbon of moonlight.” Interactive Quiz created.
Unit 3 week 2 By Joseph Bruchac Illustrated by Teresa Flavin
STAR LESSONS: Comprehension Strategies. Comprehension Strategies Reading Process Skills Reading Process Skills Make predictions Make predictions Identify.
REVIEW POINT OF VIEW. What is point of view? What is point of view? A. a place where you can view things A. a place where you can view things B. the position.
Why does an author write a story?
We’re all different!. What things make us different? Hair colour Eye colour Height Shape Type of family What else?
“The Van”. escape To escape means to get away from someone or something.
Cask of Amontillado Mood and Irony. Fictional Elements Characters Setting Plot Conflict Theme Point of View Mood Irony.
Author’s Purpose. What are our learning goals? To understand and identify the different purposes of texts.
IT’S SNOWING BY KATHY STORMS. It’s snowing, it’s snowing. Let’s go play in the snow.
AFFIX AFFIX: one or more letters attached to a word to create a different form of the word ex: preview, colorful PREFIX PREFIX: a group of letters (affix)
Happy Winter. Thumpity, thump, thump, Look at Frosty go, Thumpity, thump, thump, Thumpity, thump, thump Over the hills of snow. Happy winter, happy winter.
Author’s Purpose Author – person who wrote the story Purpose – the reason the author wrote the story.
Author’s Purpose Author Author – person who wrote the story Purpose Purpose – the reason the author wrote the story.
BY:DONAVIN STOOPS STEP 1 Make a foot snowball and you roll it around the yard.
Hottest, Coldest, Highest, Deepest By Steve Jenkins Genre: Expository Nonfiction Author’s Purpose: Inform Skill: Compare and Contrast.
Guess the Covered Word Developed by: Joanne Whitley.
What is the noun being identified by the appositive? Ducklings, very furry creatures, are cute.
Why do we look the way we do? Snowman All of them are born with hats But some have tall hats and some have short hats.
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