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Spelling List #19 Mrs. Oesch’s Class L. E. Starke School 2 nd Grade Note to “Helper of the Day”: Do not click unless the screen tells you to!
You are all invited to a special wedding!
Welcome to the wedding of Mr. Q and Ms. U! U Q
Here come the bride and groom now!
We now pronounce them…
Man and Wife???
Or would it be…
Consonant and Vowel!
Til death do they part! always Q is always with U!
Q always hangs out with U! They sound like this together: “kw”
Grab your reading partner! You both get to sneak a peek at this week’s words!
Click the mouse to try reading some words that start with “qu” (Remember to make it start with this sound… kw ! )
Help your partner with the tricky parts. Raise your hand when you both need help.
Nine Patch quilt, detail
Are you ready to see the challenge ones? Get ready to click… WARNING! They are difficult! Open your journal and write down one or more that you would like to look up in the dictionary when you get “the green light”. Click!
Do you have these supplies? Click when you are ready! Journal pencil Green light! Go!
quip? This might be a good one to write in your journal…
query? What in the world does “query” mean?
quandary? Definitely a good one to write in your journal to look up later…
quagmire? This one looks super hard! I wonder if your parents know this one?
Do you have a certain query to ask?
Are you in a quandary about how to get started?
Are you in a quagmire about where to go?
Here is how to help your reading partner get started…
Take a dictionary off the shelf Or Click here for an online dictionary: Here is how to help your reading partner get started…
How did you and your partner do? Use this rubric to grade your partner.rubric
Sources: Microsoft Word Templates Microsoft Word Clip Art