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Standard: ELA1R4b Automatically recognizes additional high frequency and familiar words within texts. Essential Question: How will these words help me to become a better reader? Book 1 Story 1 Let’s Tap Vocabulary and Spelling
Vocabulary Words help To give someone a hand, give some assistance My Dad will help me will this story. Help is a verb.
let’s Let’s is a contraction for let us. Let’s help make a cake.
now At this moment I want a new bike now!
can The ability to do something. Can I jump rope? A metal container that has a cylinder shape. I would like a can of soda.
I Used to refer to one’s self I like to read books about monkeys.
and Along with, in addition to We like to eat ice cream and cake.
my Belongs to me My dog is white and black.
look To see with eyes. Sam and I will look for the umbrella.
Spelling Words am To exist. I am in the first grade.
at In or near the area Sue is at the store.
cat A small animal, meow My cat went to the vet.
can The ability to do something. Can I drive to the store? A metal container that has a cylinder shape. Where is the can of soup?
ran Past tense of run. To move quickly on foot. Jan ran through the field of grass.
man An adult male or boy. That man drives our bus.
map A tool used to guide us to different locations We used a map to get to Florida.
tap To touch lightly A soft noise made with your hands or feet I like to tap my feet to the beat of the music.
a I saw a dog on my way to school.
the I ride the school bus every morning.
Robust Vocabulary Words that make our vocabulary stronger!!!
bothered If you are bothered, you are upset or unhappy. I am bothered when the TV is turned up too loud.
distance If you are at a distance from someone or something, you are far away, not close. We can see clouds from a distance.
form If you form something, you make it or shape it. Jamaica used some wet sand to form a wall.
attention If you pay attention, you listen or watch very carefully. The children paid attention when they learned to tap-dance.
perform If you perform, you do something such as sing, dance, act, or read a poem for a group of people. The children could perform the dance together.
supportive If you are supportive of someone, you help them believe they can do something. The children were helpful and supportive of each other.