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situations Definition: good or bad moments Synonym: condition, circumstance Antonym: (no antonym). Part of speech: noun
Example sentence: Mona was in a bad situation when she lost her hat. When the two boys started arguing, Mrs. Harris stepped in and stopped the situation.
visible Definition: able to be seen Synonym: clear, seeable Antonym: invisible Part of speech: adjective
Example sentence: When Mona fell in the lost and found, only her feet were visible. My mom asked me to clean my room, so she was angry when my garbage was still visible.
directions Definition: lines or paths along which someone or something goes Synonym: course, route Antonym: misdirection Part of speech: noun
Example sentence: Wendell, Mona, and Floyd followed the directions to the hat room. My uncle gave us directions on how to get to his house.
worried Definition: concerned or anxious Synonym: concerned Antonym: calm Part of speech: adjective
Example sentence: Floyd was worried they would get lost in the lost and found. I was worried that my mom forgot to pick me up from school.
rumpled Definition: wrinkled or creased Synonym: wrinkled Antonym: smooth Part of speech: adjective
Example sentence: Mona found the rumpled hat. My mom wouldn’t let me wear that rumpled shirt to school.
unusual Definition: not usual, not ordinary Synonym: strange Antonym: normal Part of speech: adjective
Example sentence: They had an unusual day in the lost and found. It would be unusual for us to go to school on Saturday.
The Lost and Found vocabulary Theme 1, Story 1 Key Vocabulary.
Lost and Found Day 1. My Dog Ate My Homework I am going to read aloud a story about a boy who has many adventures while trying to get back his lost homework.
The Lost and Found by Mark Teague Vocabulary Words.
The Lost and Found Vocabulary Grade 3: Theme 1 – Off to Adventure! 1.D.1.b – Discuss words and word meanings daily as they are encountered in texts, instruction,
The Lost and Found By: Mark Teague Strategy Focus: This adventure story has many twists and turns. When something surprising happens, stop and summarize.
WoW! #16 Onerous on-er- uh’s. Example Sentence(s) Blowing the brick house down was an onerous task for the big, bad Wolf. Doing the dishes after the party.
Phrases and Short Sentences for Repeated Reading Practice First 100 Words.
Can you see?. I like him. When will we go? All or some.
Robust The third little pig was the smartest because he built a robust house made of bricks. Sounds Like: Synonym: Antonym: Parts of Speech: Definition:
Lets build fluency! The people By the water You and I.
Fry Instant Phrases and Short Sentences These phrases are made from the first 100 words in the Fry Instant Word List.
The people Write it down. By the water Who will make it?
The First 100 Words Read the phrases. By the water.
When will we go. If we were older Each of us What did they say?
Shining Star Book A Vocabulary Unit 2 Part 1. Examples of prefixes dis extra in under un opposite or negative more than usual opposite.
Vocabulary Card Type a sentence using the word. Type the definition Type a synonym Type an antonym Type the word.
Definition: To say something true. Part of speech: Verb Synonyms: Confess Antonyms: Reject Original sentence: I admitted the crime to the judge.
Parts of Speech Practice with Adjectives. Greg buys old bicycles. What part of speech is the word bicycles? Is there a word that tells what kind, which.
Vocabulary SENTENCE FROM TEXT DEFINTION ILLUSTRATION USE IN YOUR OWN SENTENCE PART OF SPEECH SENTENCE FROM TEXT DEFINITION ILLUSTRATION USE IN YOUR OWN.
Vocabulary Created by: Gary Mills August, 2011 Crofton Meadows Elementary School Anne Arundel County Public Schools All content contained herein has been.
High-Frequency Phrases First 100 Words. The people.
The three types of end punctuation are: Period Question Mark Exclamation Point.
Personal Pronouns. Pronoun and Antecedents A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun. My father opened my father’s present first. My father opened.
Phrases composed of Frye’s list of frequently used words First 100 words.
What is a Sentence? Mrs. Marino Houghton Mifflin, Reading, grade 3 Extra Support Handbook Pages
Understanding the Functions of the Parts of Speech Sentence Diagramming.
Oral Reading Fluency First 100 Most Used Phrases.
Amiable adjective. Amiable Definition:Friendly and easy to get along with Example: sharing and laughing Sentence: It was their amiable ways with others.
Congested During rush hour, the city streets were congested. Sounds Like: Synonym: Antonym: Parts of Speech: Definition: overcrowded; filled too full Adjective.
Fry Instant Phrases First 100 Words/Phrases These words come from Dr. Edward Fry’s Instant Word List.
Chapter 24. Anxious Comprehend Convince Dramatic Frank Illustrate Impression Inferior Overwhelm Thorough.
Sometimes Teachers Change. I go to school at ________________________. There are many people that help me learn at school. They are my teachers. Sometimes.
THIS IS With Host... Your Column A POS Column B Definition Column C Sentence Column D Word Column E Synonym Column F Antonym.
Unit 10 Definitions Included Created by Kathy Young Based on the Illinois STAR Vocabulary Booster Adult Learning Resource Center, Arlington.
Adjectives Definition: An adjective gives more information about a noun.
Adjectives Parts of Speech. What is an Adjective?? An adjective is a word that provides description for a NOUN. They answer the questions: What.
3 rd 6 Weeks Terms – Part 2 Amiable Gratis Impartial Jaded Mellow Nonchalant Parody Remorse Trite Zany Study the definitions, synonyms, & antonyms,
If I do … and If I did …. Compare these examples: (1)Lisa lost her watch. She tells Sue: Lisa: I’ve lost my watch. Have you seen it anywhere? Sue: No,
Vocabulary gratitude gratitude When you have gratitude, you have the feeling of being thankful. Let’s all say the definition. When you have gratitude,
Unit 11 Definitions Included Created by Kathy Young Based on the Illinois STAR Vocabulary Booster Adult Learning Resource Center, Arlington.
Theme 4 – Vocabulary 17 Mrs. Fendrick. Name (first and last) Date Reading Period # Vocabulary Theme 4 – Lesson 17 Essential Question: How will learning.
Personal pronouns Possessive Adjectives Possessive Pronouns Objective Pronouns Pronouns.
In this lesson we will learn about: Personal pronouns Object pronouns Possessive adjectives Possessive pronouns.
New Grammar Unit Parts of the Sentence This is different from, though related to, the Parts of Speech we did in the first half of the quarter.
Academic Vocabulary August 31-Sept.4. Infer When Tamia got in the car that evening with her mother and seen the angry look on her face she could infer.
Joining sentences with Relative Pronouns The boy has hurt his leg. He fell on the stairs just now. The boy who fell on the stairs just now has hurt his.
Elevator Mishap By: Kimberlee. Mrs. Griffin and I were in the public library. We were meeting for five weeks because I was helping her with her college.
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