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Suki’s Kimono By: Chieri Uegaki Genre: Realistic Fiction Skill: Compare/Contrast.

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2 Suki’s Kimono By: Chieri Uegaki Genre: Realistic Fiction Skill: Compare/Contrast

3 rhythm festival cotton pale snug paces graceful handkerchief Words to Know

4 approve ignored straightening More Words to Know

5 cotton cloth made from soft, white fibers that grow in branches on the cotton plant

6 festival a program of entertainment often held annually

7 graceful beautiful in form or movement

8 handkerchief a soft, usually square piece of cloth used for wiping your nose, face, or hands

9 paces steps

10 pale not bright, dim

11 rhythm the natural strong beat that some music or poetry has

12 snug Fitting your body closely

13 The jacket was snug around the waist.

14 The jacket was snug around the waist.

15 The dancer was graceful as she danced across the stage.

16 The dancer was graceful as she danced across the stage.

17 She washed her cotton shirt.

18 She washed her cotton shirt.

19 The crowd clapped along with the rhythm of the music.

20 The crowd clapped along with the rhythm of the music.

21 The boy’s face was pale because he did not feel well.

22 The boy’s face was pale because he did not feel well.

23 The fall festival is held in October.

24 The fall festival is held in October.

25 The girl used a handkerchief for her cold. The fall

26 The girl used a handkerchief for her cold.

27 The soldiers marched 100 paces.

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29 Vocabulary Comprehension Did Suki’s grandmother take her to a festival or a playground? Is Suki’s kimono made of cotton or silk? Do you hold a handkerchief in your hand or in your mouth? Do dancers move with rhythm or rhyme? Are Suki’s dance movements graceful or clumsy? Did Suki and her grandmother go to a festival or a store? Did Suki’s grandmother take her to a festival or a playground? Is Suki’s kimono made of cotton or silk? Do you hold a handkerchief in your hand or in your mouth? Do dancers move with rhythm or rhyme? Are Suki’s dance movements graceful or clumsy? Did Suki and her grandmother go to a festival or a store?

30 GREAT JOB!


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