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Created by Mrs. Dixon, ET Read each word. Then click on the book under the word to see that word in a sentence. Example: zoo Example: foot Note: Make sure you click on the book and not the background.
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Our class visited the zoo.
Did Casper the Ghost scare you with his “boo”?
The soft cry of a dove or pigeon is “coo”.
Betsy, the cow, says “moo”.
My favorite food is pizza.
What kind of mood are you in today? Mood: a conscious and emotional state of mind or feeling
The roof on the house is pink.
Her drivers license shows proof of her age. Proof: an act of showing or finding out that something is true
My tooth hurts!
Mom was in charge of the Information Booth at the fair. Booth: a covered stand
The soldiers have to keep their boots shinned.
Make sure the roots are deep in the ground. Root: the leafless underground part of a plant that absorbs and stores water and minerals and holds the plant in place
Did you hear the owl “hoot”?
How many times did you toot the horn? Toot: a short blast
Dad taught me to shoot the arrow. Shoot: to let fly or cause to be driven forward with force
The hotel had a big swimming pool.
The fan will help keep the room cool.
You shouldn’t fool around in school. Fool: to spend time idly A lot of people are fooled on April Fool’s Day. Fool: one who is tricked
Dad has a new tool box. Tool: a device (as a hammer, saw, knife, or wrench) used or worked by hand or by a machine
Babies drool when they are cutting teeth. Drool: to let saliva or some other substance flow from the mouth
We attend Stowers Elementary School.
Mom stood on the stool so that she could reach the top shelf.
The students love to hula hoop. Hoop: A circular object
These are different kinds of loops. Loop: to repeat or double back
Mom used a big scoop to make our ice cream cones. Scoop: a round utensil with a handle for dipping out soft food
The Umpire had to stoop to pick up the baseball. Stoop: to bend down or over
Amy and Sally joined a Girl Scout Troop. Troop: a unit
Martha sweeps the floor with a broom.
Please keep your room clean!
A bloom is a flower.
A groom is a man that just got married.
Did the cow jump over the moon?
We eat lunch at noon. Noon: the middle of the day : 12 o'clock in the daytime
Soon we will go out for recess. Soon: before long
We eat our food with a spoon.
The goose has a long neck.
The dogs got loose and ran away. Loose: not shut in, tied up, or held back
The moose is related to the deer.
The baby put his foot in his mouth.
How many books have your read?
To fish, Dad puts the worm on the hook. Hook: a curved or bent tool for catching, holding, or pulling
Mary took the red balloon. Took: select; choose
Mom is a great cook! Cook: one who prepares food for eating
Look at the teacher when she is talking. Look: to direct one's attention or eyes
In the summer, we like to wade in the brook. Brook: a small stream
He is a crook. Crook: a dishonest person One line is crooked. Crook: curved; bent
The adults shook hands. Shook: to clasp hands in greeting
The opposite of bad is good.
The yellow jacket has a hood. Hood: a soft covering for the head and neck often attached to a coat or cape
Dad chops wood for the fireplace.
We stood as the National Anthem was sung. Stood: to support oneself on the feet in an erect position