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Bicolor (Adj.) An object with – Two different colors The bicolor angelfish swam through the aquarium tank.
Bicuspid (N) A tooth – Two-pointed – On the side of the jaw – Also called a premolar The dentist filled the cavity on the bicuspid tooth.
Bicycle (N) A vehicle – With two wheels I enjoy riding my bicycle at the beach.
Biennial (adj) Happens – Every two years The Biennial Gladstone Sock Hop will take place in 2011.
Bifocals (N.) Eyeglasses – Have two different sections – One to see close up and another for seeing far away In 1784, Benjamin Franklin developed bifocals.
Bilingual(Adj.) Ability -To speak two languages My friend, Alicia, is bilingual. She speaks Spanish and English.
Bimonthly (Adj.) Happens – Every two months Nightsky is a magazine that is published bimonthly.
Biped (N.) A creature – With two feet The earliest dinosaurs were bipeds.
Biplane (N) An airplane – With two pairs of wings The biplane flew over the Grand Canyon.
Biweekly (Adj.) Happens – Every two weeks I receive a biweekly update 26 times a year.
By Theresa Hardy Transportation. Today my class is learning about transportation.
Quad (four). Quadrangle Quadrant Quadrennial Quadriceps Quadrilateral Quadrilingual Quadrisect Quadruped Quadruple Quadruplet.
SPELLING bi- = two bicolor adjective Having two different colors The room was bicolor, having two different colors of red and green.
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Good Morning! Please fill out your agenda. Pass out folders. Clear your desk off except for a pencil. ***Turn in vocabulary from “All Summer in a Day”
Where did my family live before they came to North Carolina?
Quad (four). Quadrangle (N) An Enclosure – With 4 sides – Surrounded by buildings The 4 th and 5 th grade students ate their feast in the quadrangle.
All About Me By: Tala 4 Things That Represent Me.
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English Unit 1 The Sentence – Review To help you get an on the test.
Brush Well: A Look at Dental Care Your teeth are important. Teeth help you smile, chew, and speak. Kids have 20 teeth. Adults have 32 teeth. Children’s.
ELP Conference, May 2014 Gillian Skyrme. Talk to your partner about something that you had difficulty listening to recently (interpret that as widely.
Using a Dictionary Entry What are the parts of a dictionary entry?
Look it Up!! Using a Dictionary
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Multiple Choice Fill in the Blanks.
Unit One Destination : England Conversation Part 1 Part 2 Listening Practice Part 1 Part 2.
Week 7 IT 24 Morphemes which add a ‘number’ meaning This teacher led activity aims to introduce children to prefixes which carry a meaning related to number.
Unit 6 Grammar: Infinitives of Purpose
Cape Cod :0 By: Benjamin Bricklin. Getting There Hi today I’m going to tell you about my trip to cape cod. It was a long ride so my family stop at a hotel.
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