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Copyright © 2010 by Gamehinge Analogies Finger is to knuckle as arm is to elbow finger knuckle arm elbow Deluxe Edition Deluxe Edition
Copyright © 2010 by Gamehinge yellow sunshine red fire engine
listen hear look see
above sky below earth
inside outside right side up upside down
camel desert tree frog rain forest
Atlanta Georgia Los Angeles California
sing verb singer noun
eyes glasses ears hearing aid
USA North America EgyptAfrica
nails hammer wood saw
12 24 48 96 4 8 x 2 = 9 6 1 2 x 2 = 2 4 2 4 x 2 = 4 8
a.m. p.m. dawn dusk
letters words sentences paragraphs
wrong right write erase
TV remote control computer mouse
quiet shadow loud train whistle
typewriter computer video cassette DVD
player baseball runner track
light toothpick heavy tank
pencil pen lead ink
car sunroof house skylight
roar elephant lion trumpet
night headlights rainstorm windshield wipers
writer words composer music Somewhere over the rainbow...
Thurgood Marshall Supreme Court Jackie Robinson Major League Baseball
mouse mice moose meese moose
footprints in sand temporary poem permanent
soldier army sailornavy
stars states stripes colonies
hold keep release free
airplane pilot Amelia Earhart bus rider Rosa Parks
Georgia GA Florida FL
keys piano strings violin
spaceship astronaut newspaper journalist
pollute poison recycle rescue reuse
city state country continent What’s next? planet
fugitive flees detective chases follows
hanging from branches in fall leaves hanging from branches in winter icicles
Wilt Chamberlain basketball Hank Aaron baseball
Copyright (c) 2010 by Gamehinge That’s all for now! Gamehinge Games by Hal Schick
Social Studies Quiz Copyright © 2010 by Gamehinge Why did the Pilgrims come to America? They wanted religious freedom.
Red Eyed Tree Frog By Jaylen, Shayla, Abigail. Facts The red- eyed tree frog is green and has red eyes. They have blue and yellow stripes on their sides.
The country we live in is called the United States of America. It is part of the planet Earth. Can you find the United States? There it is!
[Saving the planet] By: [ Elizabeth]. What is Global Warming? Global warming is the heating up of the earth.
C MARIGOLDS. Rye Think about Rye and its landscapes. Write a quick, vivid description of your favorite place in Rye.
Africa. Africa is the second largest continent.
Preposition Review Prepositions of Time, Place/Location, Movement and Direction Under the picture on each slide, write a sentence using a preposition.
By: Joy Lee Georgia Performance Standards Science Processes Questions How sound is made Pitch High Low Decibels Kinds of sounds Outside Inside Musical.
Directions: Underline the prepositions in the following sentences. 1) The mouse ran across the room. 2) The chair is beside the table. 3) I am at the University.
The nuts and bolts of writing Literary Elements in Mystery Writing Copyright © 2010 by Gamehinge.
Famous Black Americans. Carter G. Woodson He was Founder of Black History Month February was the month chosen by him in which to honor black history because.
Jackie Robinson The first African-American Player in Major League Baseball Created by Janice Pickett Bibb County Public Schools, 2006.
Outer Space Miss Nicky’s Space Adventure Click on me to learn about Space! Click on me to learn about the Sun!! Click on me to learn about the seasons!
My PowerPoint. Jackie Robinson ByRon Laackmann (11)
Ms. Giannini Kindergarten Language Arts Lesson 37.
Black history By.Alisha Colondrea Amber Hall. Barack Obama First African American president He said his speech and one the election His vice president.
Objective: To listen attentively and respond appropriately to oral communication.
Copyright 2005 Thomson Delmar Learning. All Rights Reserved. Chapter 14 CHALLENGING DRIVING CONDITIONS.
Figurative Language Imagery, Simile, Metaphor, Personification,Hyperbole.
Third 100 High Frequency Words above stop rain.
VOCABULARY Match the words with the correct synonym.Narrow.Enough.puzzling.Great force.violently.Soaked.Soggy.confusing.unaware.Hard.Plenty. Not wide.Solid.Not.
UNDERSTANDING PARAGRAPHS. INTRODUCTION A paragraph is a group of sentences. Every sentence in a paragraph is about the same topic. Example of a GOOD paragraph:
Once there was a wise old man. He could answer any question in the world. Everybody knew about him. One day two boys said, «We‘re going to fool that old.
SYNONYMS ANTONYMS OBJECT/ACTION SOURCE/PRODUCT PART/WHOLE ANIMAL/HABITAT Analogies 1.
Language Arts Minute 2nd Grade 2nd Quarter SPI’s.
Where Do We Live?. We live in the planet Earth. The planet we live in is Earth.
People to Know Grade 3 Advance to the next slide and click on the link to reveal the person. Then click on the picture of the person for the next clue(s).
Near the car. For example Watch the river. Between the lines.
******* Elementary School Write the correct mark, number or answer on your board.
By Nicholas Batey. A rainforest is a place that has a jungle of trees. It gets a lot of rain there. Many kinds of animals and plants live there because.
Frys Third 100 Phrases Read each phrase out loud in a soft voice. Click on the space bar after reading each phrase and a new phrase will appear. Read each.
People, Resources, and the Environment. Agenda 1.Let’s talk about resources! 2. Mining for Chocolate Activity 3.Solutions? What can we do to conserve.
Effecting sound, meaning and emotion. Element 1: Lines A single line in a poem Often organized into stanzas (paragraphs) 2 lines alone are a couplet To.
ANALOGIES. an ANALOGY is….. a term that means "word relationships." Analogies are like a word puzzle.
The Guessing Game. Rules Two people from each team will play. One person will give clues, and the other person will guess the answer. A team will choose.
Roméo Sauvé Is présenting The birds are talking with us.
Pollute the air Destroy wildlife Spoil the water Pollute the soil © Л.Б. Гмыря, учитель английского языка, МОУ СОШ № 72, 2007 г.
Jeopardy $100 Topic 1Topic 2Topic 3Topic 4 Bonus Questions $200 $300 $400 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500 $400 $300 $200 $100 $500.
Frye’s phrases 3 rd 100. Near the car Between the lines.
BY MICHELLE ALVAREZ. NO POWER FOR FIVE DAYS On Saturday March 13, 2010 there was a big rainstorm. There were a lot of trees that had fallen down and the.
High-Frequency Phrases Third 100 Words. Near the car.
Third 100 Words. near the car between the lines.
Golden Bell Quiz Show Golden Bell Rules Zinna teacher will read the question and answer choices. Students have ten seconds to choose and write the answers.
Background Jack Roosevelt Robinson was born in Cairo, Georgia in 1919 to a family of sharecroppers. As a young child Jackie excelled in sports Jackie.
The people Look for some people. Write it down. By the water So there you are. Who will make it? You and I A long time What will they do?
Read Silently We read everyday to increase our reading level, our vocabulary, and our confidence! DO NOW The classroom expectation: You are sitting at.
The Third 100. Directions: Read each phrase. A left mouse click advances the slide show. Time yourself. Try to get faster and make fewer errors. Have.
Unit 9-1 Animals are our friends.. 本课学习目标 By the end of this lesson,you will be able to （ 1 ） pronounce and spell the new words correctly （ 2 ） answer.
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