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1Spelling Compound Words anyone everywheresomeplaceheadlightbasketballtouchdowngrandstandoutlinefootprintyardstickbrainstormsometimeswaterfallfirecrackerrattlesnakebackgroundearthquakesalespersongrapevineheadquartersSpelling Lesson 34Spelling Compound WordsSpelling TipCompound words are formed by joining two shorter words.
2Circle the two shorter words that make up each compound word. anyone everywheresomeplaceheadlightbasketballtouchdowngrandstandoutlinefootprintyardstickbrainstormsometimeswaterfallfirecrackerrattlesnakebackgroundearthquakesalespersongrapevineheadquartersWrite the Core Words.Circle the two shorter words that make up each compound word.Write the Challenge Words.
3Our Family Vacation We wrote a letter to our grandparents on our trip. anyone everywheresomeplaceheadlightbasketballtouchdowngrandstandoutlinefootprintyardstickbrainstormsometimeswaterfallfirecrackerrattlesnakebackgroundearthquakesalespersongrapevineheadquartersOur Family VacationWe wrote a letter to our grandparents on our trip.Dear Grandma and Grandpa,At last we are off on our trip! Mom and Dad had the car looked over from ( 1 ) to stoplight. We got maps of ( 2 ) we plan to visit. Dad even made an ( 3 ) of things to do in the towns that had ( 4 ) for us to sleep.
4anyone everywheresomeplaceheadlightbasketballtouchdowngrandstandoutlinefootprintyardstickbrainstormsometimeswaterfallfirecrackerrattlesnakebackgroundearthquakesalespersongrapevineheadquartersThen we drove and drove. We saw a billboard that announced a ( 5 ) game. Suddenly we had a terrific ( 6 ). We stopped and got front row seats in the ( 7 ). It felt as if you could measure with a ( 8 ) how close we were to the action. We could hear the coach shouting out to the players during the game. He sounded like a ( 9 ) that had exploded. Joey kept on calling each basket a ( 10 ). It is a good thing he has us around to tell him things. But he does know a lot for a young child!
5anyone everywheresomeplaceheadlightbasketballtouchdowngrandstandoutlinefootprintyardstickbrainstormsometimeswaterfallfirecrackerrattlesnakebackgroundearthquakesalespersongrapevineheadquartersWe camped in a tent on the first night. Joey kept listening for the rattle of a ( 11 ). The next day he looked for the ( 12 ) of a bear. As ( 13 ) knows, there are no snakes or bears up here.Today we got to a huge ( 14 ). You can see a rainbow over it. Joey wanted to know if he could touch the colors. The questions he asks ( 15 ) make us laugh!Love,Allen and Jane
6anyone everywheresomeplaceheadlightbasketballtouchdowngrandstandoutlinefootprintyardstickbrainstormsometimeswaterfallfirecrackerrattlesnakebackgroundearthquakesalespersongrapevineheadquartersHyphensHyphens are used to separate compound numbers from twenty-one to ninety-nine. Write each of the following using compound number words with hyphens.33 basketballs thirty-three basketballsyardsticksrattlesnakesheadlightsfirecrackerschildren
7Use the Clue Write the Core Words for each clue. anyone everywheresomeplaceheadlightbasketballtouchdowngrandstandoutlinefootprintyardstickbrainstormsometimeswaterfallfirecrackerrattlesnakebackgroundearthquakesalespersongrapevineheadquartersUse the ClueWrite the Core Words for each clue.1-3. Three words you might use when talking about sportsThree words that have the name of a part of the body in them7. The word that has a number in it8-9. Two words that have some in them10. The word make from two rhyming words11. The opposite of nowhere
8Picture the Compound Write the Core Words suggested by each picture. anyone everywheresomeplaceheadlightbasketballtouchdowngrandstandoutlinefootprintyardstickbrainstormsometimeswaterfallfirecrackerrattlesnakebackgroundearthquakesalespersongrapevineheadquartersPicture the CompoundWrite the Core Words suggested by each picture.
9Solve and Write Write the Core Words that answer the riddles. anyone everywheresomeplaceheadlightbasketballtouchdowngrandstandoutlinefootprintyardstickbrainstormsometimeswaterfallfirecrackerrattlesnakebackgroundearthquakesalespersongrapevineheadquartersSolve and WriteWrite the Core Words that answer the riddles.My rattle is not for babies.What am I?My line does not go in.I have three feet.
10Use at least four Core Words from this lesson in your paragraph. anyone everywheresomeplaceheadlightbasketballtouchdowngrandstandoutlinefootprintyardstickbrainstormsometimeswaterfallfirecrackerrattlesnakebackgroundearthquakesalespersongrapevineheadquartersHave you seen any unusual or interesting sights on a trip you have taken? Write a description of what you have seen.Use at least four Core Words from this lesson in your paragraph.
11Here is a draft of one student’s description. anyone everywheresomeplaceheadlightbasketballtouchdowngrandstandoutlinefootprintyardstickbrainstormsometimeswaterfallfirecrackerrattlesnakebackgroundearthquakesalespersongrapevineheadquartersHere is a draft of one student’s description.Find four misspelled words and write them correctly.