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chip A piece of something that is borken. I chipped a tooth with that hard candy!
match to join Please match the word to its picture.
chin The part of the face below your mouth. I have a beard on my chin.
lunch Something you eat in the middle of the day. For lunch today I brought an apple.
inch A measurement, How many inches does this piece of wood measure?
teach To help someone learn something. Paola will teach me how to add.
such A quality. You are such an intelligent kid!
cheese Food made out of milk. Mouse love cheese!
catch To grab something that is falling or moving. That was a nice catch!
chair Thing used to sit. When we work please sit on your chair.
The cat is in the room eat lunch on the cosh. I love my cat so much it eat’s my food of my stuff.
Smells in the Cafeteria Sometimes the smells in the cafeteria bother kids.
3 rd Grade Lesson 20 Spelling Words Compound Words.
English Lesson: FOOD. Introduction - Level: 5° Grade class. - Topic of the Unit: Food (4 th Unit) - Duration: 45 min. - Materials: Worksheets, Pictures,
The Digraphs Ch and Sh Al-Bashair Private School.
Lesson 13, Day 3 A Butterfly Grows Objective: To listen and respond appropriately to oral communication. Question of the Day: Inchworms move slowly.
What kind of apple isn’t an apple?. What mouse won’t eat cheese?
When I Eat Lunch at School By: Rachel Lutz Setting: MOD Elementary Class.
All About Me Power Point Hannah B This slideshow is by: Hannah Autumn B.
1. A simple sentence is one which contains only one piece of information, or tells us only one thing. It has one verb. Fergus loved his car. Doug bought.
Look like what they are representing: Ex: MILK, EAT, HOUSE, SIT, CAT.
I am a healthy kid WHY?. Choice I eat healthy food fruit vegetables.
The Digestive System Raise your hand if you ate breakfast today.
How can I be healthy? By: Matt Tranter The food pyramid shows us what food we should eat and the amount per day. It is important to follow the food pyramid.
Learning Goals:. Seasons: winter, spring, summer, fall; Fruits: apple, banana, peach, grape, orange, watermelon; Drinks: tea, juice, cola, milk, coffee;
Simple, complex, and compound sentences 17331©
© 2015 albert-learning.com Fill In The Blanks For Children Fill in The Blanks For Children.
Dear Industrious workers Yesterday someone told me that I was busy as a bee. I was sitting at my computer which was as slow as a snail and I was acting.
Rules Always answer in the form of a question 50 Points to be taken away for wrong answers 50 Bonus points to team or person that answers correctly.
© 2014 wheresjenny.com Fill in the blank for children Fill in the blank.
Taking Turns. I love playing with toys! Sometimes when I play with toys I want to grab a toy that someone else has. This is not the best choice and can.
NOTE:TEACH THE KID THE DEFINITION AND MEANING OF ARTICLE.
Som and Her Friends Learn About Germs [INSERT picture of X and her friends]
Feelings Everybody has feelings. Feelings Everybody has Feelings! There are many ways to feel! Can you look at someone and know how they feel? Angry Sad.
HAPPY MOTHERS DAY Love Katrina. SOMETHING SPECIAL ABOUT MOTHERS Mothers are made by god On the go to help Totally awesome Help on some problems Even cooks.
Author’s Point of View. Every time an author writes, he or she has a point of view. You could also think of it as a “reason for writing”…
First Conditional Conditional Clauses Type One Conditional Sentences Type 1.
Someone bumps into you in line and doesn’t say sorry or excuse me You do something nice for someone and they don’t say thank you Someone bosses you.
First Grade Sight Words Words from Level F & Above Books.
By Sheilah Espinoza Have you ever eaten a taco? Give me that taco! That taco is crunchy. Hooray! We’re having tacos today! My grandma can make tacos.
How To Write a Friendly Letter. Friendly Letter We write friendly letters to people we know well. We might write a friendly letter to our parents, grandparents,
© Food – a fact of life 2009 My food book ____________ A picture of me.
Click on the pictures that have the “ch” sound. Note: Make sure you click on the pictures and not the background.
+ I can read my high frequency words Unit 6 Week 2 Lesson 27.
2 letters that make 1 sound = digraph wh ch sh th.
Transitional Slides Transitional slides aid in “transitioning” from the content to a break, or from one section to another. Something to add humor, shock.
Candy Experiment. What kind of candy do I have?
SIAMESE CAT BY ED GANNON. DID YOU KNOW THAT A SIAMESE CAT IS VERY SKINNY AND LONG? THEY ALSO HAVE LONG SLEEK BODIES.
Food Idioms. Apple of one’s eye Someone or something that one likes a lot. For example: you are the apple of my eye.
Lesson one Theme one vocabulary. Lunch box This is my lunch box. My lunch box is green. Pam’s lunch box is big.
Grade 3, Lesson 1 Catch Your Dreams. Today we will learn: ● “I’m thinking of…” ● Talk about the phrase “Don’t Give Up.”
What is Junior Achievement? A nonprofit dedicated to teaching students about: managing money working at a job owning a business.
Your Teeth all about Im a dentist … and I need your help!
Love your daughter Julia. My Mother`s Day poem! Mother thank you for every thing. Only the best mother in the world. Totally awesome. Hugs can take my.
Goldilocks and the Three Bears: An Animated Movie Made with PowerPoint.
Food idioms. apple of one's eye: a person that is adored by someone EX: Baby Alison is the apple of her father's eye. have a) bun in the oven: be pregnant.
Idioms in the English Language Let’s begin! Students will be able to : 1. understand what an idiom is. 2. recognize the meaning of idioms. 3. explain.
PROPAGANDA CE.5C. Warm Up Tuesday Q: How can voters be better informed before elections?
10 Things You Should Tell Your Children EVERYDay 1) I love you! - You should say this everyday as many times as you possibly can. Say it until you get.
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