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Alternative Names Can you figure out the REAL children’s book titles?
Emerald Yolky Food with accompanying Pig Product Green Eggs and Ham
Evening Salutations to the Celestial Orb Goodnight Moon
Soft Cotton Bunny Toy Velveteen Rabbit
Trifecta of Minute Swine The Three Little Pigs
Pretty Girl Slumbering Sleeping Beauty
Unsightly Aquatic Bird The Ugly Duckling
Which Female Cares For Me? Are You My Mother?
Brunette Furry Mammal, Brunette Furry Mammal, I Ask About Your Observations? Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?
Locale of the Concrete Walkway’s Termination Where the Sidewalk Ends
Be Off, Canine, Be Off Go, Dog Go!
Famished Butterfly Predecessor The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Fedora Wearing Feline The Cat in the Hat
Locale of the Untamed Creatures Where the Wild Things Are
A Breeze Blowing Through the Salix Trees The Wind in the Willows
Sight Word Phrases Group 1. the little boy a good boy.
Brown Bear, Brown Bear Book by Bill Martin, Jr. and Eric Carle Song by Greg and Steve Power Point by Jill Davis.
Welcome to the wonderful world of Seuss! Dr. Seuss is a famous childhood author! Lets explore some of books before we read them! Just click on the buttons.
By Robert Lopshire I will go into the zoo. I want to see it. Yes, I do.
Dolch Phrases 2. a new book a new hat a pretty home.
Boats Eric CarleBearsMo WillemsFairy Tales.
What’s My Topic Sentence?. Lets review what a topic sentence is: The topic sentence is the main idea of the paragraph. This sentence lets the reader know.
Writing News Stories Good news stories need CPR n C stands for conflict o There is conflict in a person fighting a disease, a handicap, an idea o Conflict.
Developed By: Kari Ferguson, Edison Elementary Dolch Phrases Lists 1-4 You will have 3 seconds to read each phrase. On your marks… Get set… Go!!! Click.
Mrs. Olance’s Class learns about Butterflies Caterpillars ToButterflies Click mouse to advance to next slide.
The. of and a to in is you that it he for.
SCUOLA DELL’INFANZIA “J. J. ROUSSEAU” CIRCOLO DIDATTICO “A. TOSCANINI” TORINO ITALIA A. S. 2003/2004.
Sidewalks First Grade Unit 1 Week 5 Day 1. The name for both of these letters is k. This is capital K and this is lowercase k. Kk.
Lap 1. the to and he a I you it of in Lap 2.
I thought that the book told a great story along with that I thought it was cool that he put little mini stories inside the big story. Now lets talk about.
Week 2 IT 4 ‘Describing the What’. This teacher led activity aims to introduce how adjectives describe nouns. This activity is addressing the ‘What’ from.
Lets Read Sentences! Set 29. You can see the bug. The bug can see you.
If There Were No Trees A little bird sat upon my window sill And swayed and swung in the morning breeze,
Lesson Eight Part One Welcome to. Complete the sayings: 1. Love me, love my _________. 2. The early _______ catches the ____. 3. Teach the _______ to.
Sidewalks First Grade Unit 1 Week 4 Day 1. The name for both of these letters is n. This is capital N and this is lowercase n. Nn.
Warning! Warning Warning! Labels are important!. Warning labels are found on many things. Some are funny. Some are very serious.
Morning Warm- Up! School is a good place. We all learn new things. No one is left out. How do we learn together at school?
Capital Letter Usage Kindness Lesson 1. Beginning of Sentences Sentences must always begin with a capital letter!
Class 15, Grade 2 Wednesday December,12th Plants and animals are important to us. Unit 4 Our World Section B Topic 1.
Adjectives Fossils Lesson 1. Adjectives Adjectives are words that describe nouns. An adjective can tell what kind. An adjective can tell what color. An.
Cat got your tongue?. EQ: What is an idiom? How do I determine the meaning of an idiom? Idiom... What is it? A group of words that can be confusing because.
Question Asking Who, What, Where, When, Why, Which Created by: Emily R. Wargel 2001.
The Power of Your Love (Is Changing Me) The power of Your love Is changing me, Changing me, Changing me O Lord, Change me by The power of Your love.
A Zoo Day. Today I am an observer at the zoo. An observer is someone who learns new things by watching what happens around them. A zoo is a place where.
Good Morning! Today is ____________________. I get out of bed when ______. After I wake up, I must _______ I got to bed when _______. Before I sleep, I.
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