Presentation on theme: "Emperor’s Egg. My Father’s Feet by Judy Sierra To keep myself up off the ice, I find my father’s feet are nice. I snuggle in his belly fluff. And that’s."— Presentation transcript:
My Father’s Feet by Judy Sierra To keep myself up off the ice, I find my father’s feet are nice. I snuggle in his belly fluff. And that’s how I stay warm enough. But when my father takes a walk, My cozy world begins to rock. He shuffles left, I hold on tight. Oh no! He’s wobbling to the right. Not left again! Oops, here he goes. Do you suppose my father knows I’m hanging on to his warm toes?
Synonyms Match Up Synonyms are words that mean the same thing.
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Words that Compare fat fatter fattest slow slower slowest small smaller smallest soft softer softest cute cuter cutest quiet quieter quietest
flippers small fins used like hands or feet The baby penguin is flapping his flippers.
hatch to break out of an egg The penguins are getting ready to hatch out of the eggs.
miserable very unhappy The poor kitty was miserable when he had to have a bath.
slippery not sticky, causing sliding The penguins loved to slide down the slippery hill.
waddled moved in a funny way, like a duck The penguin waddled past my house.
horizon where the sky seems to meet the earth The clouds are almost touching the horizon in this chilly Antarctic photo.
dinner the main meal of the day We are having chicken, mashed potatoes and stir fried vegetables for dinner.
important having great meaning or influence It is important to do your homework every night.
nothing not anything The drive was boring because there was nothing to see.
seem to give the impression of being Does Janie seem to be happy with her new kitten?
stay to stop going forward Lucy and Mom decided to stay home and bake cookies.
Slips and Slides Watch out! The pond is full of ice! You slide. I skid We can’t believe what we just did! You don’t think that ice is nice. Oh, wait! I’ll bet that we could skate. You slip. I glide. We can speed from side to side! Now you think that ice is great.
Words that end with -ing and -ly 1.completely 2.actually 3.doing 4.taking 5.swimming 6.eating 7.slowly 8.starting 9.standing 10.freezing Review Words 11.leaf 12.leaves High-Frequency Words 13.important 14.nothing 15.dinner
The penguin sat on the egg so it would _____. flippers hatch miserable slippery waddled horizon
The penguins use their ________ to move through the water. flippers hatch miserable slippery waddled horizon
The polar bear fell on the ________ ice. flippers hatch miserable slippery waddled horizon
The big, bad wolf felt _________ when he couldn’t catch the three little pigs. flippers hatch miserable slippery waddled horizon
Look at the _______ to see the setting sun. flippers hatch miserable slippery waddled horizon
A toddler pulled the toy duck and it _______. flippers hatch miserable slippery waddled horizon
Making Words _aking making shaking baking _eating beating seating cheating treating _ anding standing handing landing
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