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Word: Hang (verb) Definition: To hold on and swing freely Sentence: The man was hanging from the tree.
Word: Skin (noun) Definition: Outer protective part of the body Sentence: He had very dry skin.
Word: Hold (verb) Definition: To have in your arms or hands Sentence: Hold on to my arm so I do not fall.
Word: Ladder (noun) Definition: Device for climbing Sentence: The teacher lost her balance and fell off the ladder.
Word: Jewelry (noun) Definition: Objects worn for decoration Sentence: The jewelry was made of gold.
Word: Get dressed (verb) Definition: To put clothes on Sentence: I get dressed when I wake up.
Word: Garden (noun) Definition: Land used for flowers or vegetables Sentence: We have a small flower garden.
Word: Jog (verb) Definition: To run a slow speed Sentence: I jogged to the store for a Snickers bar.
Word: Hook (noun) Definition: A curved piece of metal used to catch things, or hold things on. Sentence: I got a fish hook caught in my ear.
Word: Lake (noun) Definition: A big body of water Sentence: The ducks swam on the lake.
Word: Flood (noun) Definition: A river overflowing its banks Sentence: Our car floated away in the flood.
Word: Forest (noun) Definition: A very big area of trees Sentence: The big, bad wolf lives in the forest.
Word: Frozen (adj) Definition: To become solid from freezing Sentence: They found their dog frozen in the ice.
Word: Fog (noun) Definition: Water drops in the air Sentence: I could not see her in the fog.
Word: Glove (noun) Definition: A protective cover for hands Sentence: She wore pink gloves when it snowed.
Vocabulary Week 3 Tin. Word 1: Hang Def: To hold on and swing freely Sent: The man was hanging from the tree.
By Chloe Miles. On Wednesday the 28 th of April the grade 3’s and 4’s went to Sovereign Hill.
About the Story: 1.Ed is a penguin who lives on an island of ice. 2.One night the island cracks in half and Ed is separated from his friends.
Hosted by Miss Anders States of Matter Stages of Water CycleVocabulary Application
FRY PHRASES Learn these words and you will be well on your way to becoming a great reader!!!
Sight Word Vocabulary. I see to go a Week 2 at.
book: group of printed sheet of papers held together by a cover That is her book.
The people. Write it down By the water Who will make it?
When will we go. If we were older Each of us What did they say?
SCIENCE JOURNAL 1/9/ st PAGE MY SCIENCE JOURNAL BY _________________.
Horse. a car yellow see ball and fish boy.
Multiple Meaning Words 4 th grade Project January 2013.
Adjectives & Adverbs Adjectives describe a noun (A person, place or a thing) Adverbs describe a verb (It may answer, How? How often? When? Where?)
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.
Phrases and Short Sentences for Repeated Reading Practice First 100 Words.
Class 7 Homework Ch. 13 Phrasal Verbs. Homework Review.
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Run Off Water. Run off water is a result of water not being able to be absorbed by the surface of the ground. Gravity pulls the run off water along the.
Personification Human Characteristics. Object and Meaning The microwave timer told me it was time to eat my TV dinner.
The ultimate's By Anthony. The being Captain America was trying to climb to the rocket then Captain America fell down in frozen river when it exploded.
Aim: How do hailstones form and cause damage? Do Now: PRECIPITATION: any form of water that falls to the earth’s surface. What kinds of precipitation do.
Can you see?. I like him. When will we go? All or some.
Fry Instant Phrases and Short Sentences These phrases are made from the first 100 words in the Fry Instant Word List.
They make more than ___% of the Earth’s ______ gas and form the foundation of ______ food webs. _______ of the Earth’s surface is covered in _______.
A place where they keep money. The dirt edge of a pond, river, or lake.
The. of and a to in is you that it he for.
It Could Still Be Water. Water! When you’re thirsty, you drink it.
The people Write it down. By the water Who will make it?
Chapter Five: Water Close your eyes and imagine… Bright sunlight gives way to rain clouds. Little splashes of water appear on the lake. Suddenly rain is.
Predict: Think about what might happen (guess). Good Readers Good readers make some predictions before they read – Look at the front cover – Look at the.
Date: Topic: Vocabulary Objective: Acquire new words from the unit A tree is growing Vocabulary list#3 Pollen: Is a fine powder that.
And there it was. Sitting on a lonely park bench, was the shiniest, bluest feather you ever saw. It seemed to catch the sun’s rays inside it, shine them.
1)You smell smoke in the bedroom, what do you do first? Drop down to the floor Open the nearest window Feel to see if the door is hot Run to wake up other.
By, Janet Hooks RIVERS & STREAMS. The bumpiness or flatness of the land is called TOPOGRAPHY. The topography of the land determines how fast water will.
Water is everywhere... Water is very important for life. We need water to drink, to wash our hands, to cook, to water plants and many other things. What.
Greet Greet (Verb) Greet (Verb) Definition: To say something friendly or welcoming to someone when you meet him or her. Definition: To say something friendly.
Vocabulary Week 4 Tin. Word 1: audience Def: People gathered to listen, see something Sent: The audience waited for singing to start.
If I find. he had to I know them be there.
Aulas Multimídias – Santa Cecília Teacher Douglas.
BUBBLES and DRY ICE. BIG QUESTION What will happen to a bubbles if it floats over dry ice?
River Systems Section 3 Section 3: Stream Deposition Preview Key Ideas Deltas and Alluvial Fans Delta Floodplains Human Impacts on Flooding Flood Control.
Can you guess who I am I live in a bowl. I can swim. I have got a tail, fins and big eyes. I am a...
Phrasal Verb Test 1 21 st September Answer Key #1 1. broke in 2. broken off 3. blow off 4. to back down 5. acting up 6. asked Susan out 7. blew.
The First 100 Words Read the phrases. By the water.
High Frequency Words. a about above add after.
Encantado Pink Dolphin of the Amazon Sy Montgomery.
Habitats. What is a habitat ? Every animal has a habitat. The place where an animal or plant lives and grows is called its habitat. A habitat is where.
Identifying the Subject and the Verb. In order for a sentence to be complete, it must contain at least one main clause. A main clause contains an independent.
Participial Phrases. A participial phrase contains a participle and other accompanying words. The participial phrase could have a present participle (ending.
Verbals: Gerunds. You have learned that a participle is one kind of verbal. Another kind of verbal is a gerund. Bowling is a very old sport. Gardening.
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