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The Keeping Quilt Jeopardy VocabularyComprehensionSpellingCompound Words Word Families 10 20 30 40
What word means the same as bits of fabric? scraps
What word means the same as an edge? border
What word means the same as the coming together of people? gathering
What word means the same as fastened with stitches? sewn
How does the author feel about her family? She loves her family, feels connected to her ancestors, and hopes to continue the family traditions.
Why is the quilt important to Patricia Polacco? It is a tradition and part of her family's history.
Why do you think Anna’s mother chooses to make the quilt from scraps of old clothing? Can’t afford a brand-new quilt or scraps bring back memories of Russia.
Why do you think Anna’s family includes the quilt in their family celebrations? To remember loved ones in Russia or to have something from their past linking to the present.
Spell the word _________: I ________ the shapes different colors. Look at the spelling ring # 1
Spell the word _________: You use a scale to _____ things. Look at the spelling ring #12
Spell the word _________: He made a pot out of _____. Look at the spelling ring #2
Spell the word _________: My ______ and I like to take dogs for a walk together. Look at the spelling ring #5
Find the compound word in the sentence. The party didn’t end until after sunset.
Find the compound word in the sentence. In the morning, my entire family came to my bedroom with balloons and sang to me.
Find the compound word in the sentence and identify the two small word parts. My family celebrated my birthday with all of our usual traditions.
Find the compound word in the sentence and identify the two small word parts. In the afternoon, we had a picnic at the park and broke a piñata.
Which word belongs in the same family as unhappy? A.happen B.helpful C.happiness D.hoping
Which word belongs in the same family as correction? A.corner B.incorrect C.direction D.corral
Which word belongs in the same family as repay? A.painting B.repeat C.repair D.payment
Which word belongs in the same family as move? A.mode B.remove C.love D.travel
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