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Standard: ELA1R2 The student demonstrates the ability to identify and orally manipulate words and individual sounds within words. Essential Question: How does knowing letter sounds help me to identify new words? Book 1 Story 2
in Within the limits, bounds, or area of. Put that frog back in the water!
no Used to express refusal or disagreement No you may not have recess today.
too In addition, also I like reading too.
the Used before nouns The owl was in the tree.
go To move or travel I like to go to the beach.
he The pronoun for male, boy, or man. He has a lunchbox today.
you Used to refer to one or the ones being addressed Will you please wear your seatbelt in the van?
do To perform Do you know how to play the trumpet?
Spelling Words hat Something to wear on your head. I have a cowboy hat.
had To be in possession of Sarah had a new doll.
sad To be unhappy, upset I was sad when my party had to end.
sat To rest the bottom on a surface The dog sat on the grass.
bat Something used to hit a ball I hit the baseball with the bat. An animal that flies and is awake at night. The bat was black.
bag A container made of material such as plastic, paper, or leather. I would like my groceries put inside a bag.
at In or near the area I am at school.
can The ability to do something I can jump rope. A container that has a cylinder shape I buy my soda in a can.
help To give assistance, aid Will you help me clean up?
now At the present time Sit in your seat now!
Robust Vocabulary Make your vocabulary stronger!
escape To escape means to get away from someone or something. The caterpillar was in a hurry to escape Effie’s loud voice.
fright If you feel fright, you are scared. The butterfly flew away in fright.
nearby If something is nearby, it is close to you. Effie’s voice was so loud and strong, it shook a nearby spider’s web.
cram When you cram many things into something, you fill it with too much. Sam and his friends cram too much in the van.
solution If you have a solution to a problem, you know how to fix it. You have an answer. Jan’s solution was to bring a wagon to carry the things.
strategy If you have a strategy for something, you have a plan. Jan had a strategy to make the van go.