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Tara and Tiree, Fearless Friends By Andrew Clements Illustrated by Scott Gustafson
Vocabulary brave - showing no fear of dangerous things - adjective The pilots are very brave.
collar a band put around the neck of a pet - noun The search dog has a collar on his neck.
slipped slid without meaning to - verb The dog slipped back down the hill.
break to hurt or damage - verb Don’t break the light bulb.
family people who are related to each other - noun I love spending time with my family.
heard received sounds through the ear - verb I heard the phone ring.
listen pay attention to sounds- verb I listen to the teacher and raise my hand politely.
once a single time- adverb Once, Hasty saw a bear.
pull - to move by dragging or pulling -verb Tristan pulls the rope.
avalanche snow that suddenly slides down the mountain- noun
courageous full of courage; brave- adjective Firemen and policemen are very courageous.
rescue To save something from danger- verb Firemen rescue people from houses.
Lets’ Review! brave collar slipped break family heard listen once pull avalanche courageous rescue
Tara and Tiree Vocabulary and Amazing Words Second Grade Reading.
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Tara & Tiree, Two Good Friends Vocabulary Words collar slipped brave Amazing Words courageous hazard rescue avalanche instinct skittish blustery fast-paced.
Pets are family. Many people cannot live without their pets. I think pets are our friends and family.
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r r Bossy r is a bossy letter. He raises his eyebrow and makes the vowels say his sound, But is polite and lets them go first. er ir ur.
Unit 2 The Fun Kid's Band. Read the story Meg said, “I want to put on a show.” “Let’s put on a show,“ said Jim. Meg, Dan and Jim had to make up lines.
Test Review. Part 1: Vocabulary Remove: When you remove something, you take it away. Climb: Climb means to move up. Brave: A brave person.
[Insert name here] story all about touching. Touching and hugging feels nice and lots of people like to be hugged. Hugs and touches always need to be.
Bellwork 1. Get an Academic Vocabulary handout. 2. Put your phone in your backpack. 3. Log into the computer. (if you are having trouble, raise your hand)
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Photos of Pets. 'Phodopus roborovskii'', Bullet,
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Vocabulary My neighbor once had to call an _____ to take him to the hospital. cardboard slithered ambulance weekdays.
One upon a time, there lived a Little Rabbit, a Giraffe, a Brave Dog, a Rhinocero and some animals in the woods.
Infinitives Hidden & Split Infinitives. After verbs of perception, the infinitive is used without to. This is a hidden infinitive. O Verbs of perception.
An adjective describes a noun or a pronoun. An adjective answers: What kind? Which one? How many? Example: happy dog tired boy seven girls.
Noun. Noun - verb noun Noun - verb article- adj. - adj. - Noun - verb.
Objective: To respond appropriately to oral communication.
OBJECTIVE 1.Listening exercise 2.TOO + adjective 3.Adverbs of manner 4.Vocabulary.
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Unit 16 Spelling Demons: Why do you think they are difficult to spell?
Determiners SPAG. What are determiners? A determiner is used to modify a noun. It indicates reference to something specific or something of a particular.
Vocabulary David ______ Jen to use his camera. products allowed design instrument.
More About Prepositions If possible, don’t use prepositions at the end of a sentence. Ex: I don’t know where my brother is at. Fix: I don’t know where.
Circle Time. Everyone goes to circle and sits on their seat.
The Use of Articles. Articles are words used in front of nouns to identify them as being... general (indefinite) a a woman specific (definite) the the.
ZACK, ZOE, AND ZERO… THE SUPERHEROES!. One warm, August morning, two superheroes and their dog went to school, just like they usually do. Their names.
Capture verb To take a person, animal, or place by force I would like to capture a firefly. You captured my flag. I will try to capture a lion in Africa.
Which Word Works? Grade 2 Language Arts Objectives Evaluate the meaning of a word based on how it is used in a sentence. Identify sentences that use.
Adverbs of Frequency Hmmm… Well, I am usually late for class, and I never do my homework. Maybe I need to try your study habits. You got an A+ again!?!?
Adjectives. What is an adjective? An adjective is a word that describes a noun or pronoun. The brown dog The large airplane My cool friend The annoying.
Prepositions September 29 th -October 3 rd, 2013.
“Can Elephants Paint?”. agreement When you are in agreement with others, you all think the same thing.
A dangerous situation Vocabulary. An earthquake A flood Lightning An avalanche earthquake /ˈɜːθkweɪk/ a sudden violent movement of the earth's surface.
Two Styles of Language What are the 2 Styles of Language? Literal Language Figurative Language.
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