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1.Blake rolled over the rope. 2.Flo broke the zipper on her jacket. Day 11
sharp – exactly on time The store opens at eight-o-clock sharp every morning. Day 12
carton – a bottle or box made of paper or plastic Milk comes in a carton. Day 11
bouquet – a bunch of flowers The bouquet of flowers is beautiful. Day 11
Day 12 Good morning! We are reading about the jobs that Mr. Kang does in his grocery store. One job that Mr. Kang does is order things to sell in his store. Pretend that you have a grocery store. What will you order?
Daily Language Review mom can bake bread Day 12 Rewrite correctly
Os my name. Two sounds I know: Short o in stop, Long o in go. Day 12
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1.Jan fell in a hole and hurt her bone. 2.Mom fixed the old stove. Day 12
Day 13 Good morning! Today we will read another poem. Its about jobs people do when they wake up in the morning. What jobs do you know about that people do in the morning?
Daily Language Review A banana is soft than an apple. Day 13 Comparative adjectives
Find a Word spike state colt Day 13 staple note lime old able iris
Us my name. Two sounds I use: Short u in tug, Long u in fuse. Day 13
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1.Hugo the mule likes to kick the fence. 2.Hubert is a pupil in the class. Day 14
Day 15 Good morning! In this unit, you learned a lot about work and workers. Now it is time for you to celebrate all the good work you have done. Think about what you have read. Which story or poem did you like best? Why did you like it?
Daily Language Review His slice of bread is thin than my slice, but this slice is the thin slice of all. Day 15 Comparative adjectives
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1.Grant ate a huge sandwich. 2.The giraffe has a long neck. Day 15