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Vocabulary 3 – “How We Move”
Definition: To shake from cold.
Definition: Side to side walking, like a duck.
Definition: A fast run where all feet are off the ground at the same time, usually used to refer to a running horse.
Definition: To put arms around.
Definition: To clap and yell for.
Definition: To eat with small bites.
Definition: To talk very softly.
Definition: A big smile that shows teeth.
Definition: To say in a loud voice.
Definition: Moving hand back and forth.
Definition: To jump upon with surprise.
Definition: To suddenly see something.
Definition: To jump quickly.
Definition: To mix with a spoon or stick.
Definition: To look at with wide eyes.
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Tell a classmate to. Jump three times! Act like a Dog!
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在马戏团. Look at the horse. It's big and red. It can run fast.
Turtle "Hide (Put hands up in front of face and hide behind them.)
Giving Presentations Some tips for speaking in front of a group.
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Two little hands go clap, clap, clap, Two little feet go tap, tap, tap. Two little eyes are open wide, One little head go side to side.
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P OSITIVE B EHAVIOR S UPPORT. B US S AFETY Allow others to sit with you Follow bus driver directions Use quiet voices Stay seated Keep the aisle clear.
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High-Frequency Words Second Grade Room B10. DIRECTIONS YOU WILL SEE A WORD EVERY 3 SECONDS SAY THE WORD HAVE A PARENT OR HELPER WRITE ANY WORD YOU MISS.
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Jesus Wants Us To Be Friends. Knock, Knock Who’s there?
Play Ball Sam, Ann, Dad, and Mom went to play ball. Dad said, "Mom and I will pitch and catch. You bat and run." Ann went to bat. Did she miss? No, she.
Vocabulary Week 2 Tin. Word 1: Nibble Def: To eat with small bites Sent: Joe nibbled on his pizza.
Robot-bot-bot Illustrated by Fernando Krahn Text dictated by PS183’s 2008 newcomer ESL class Edited by Erzsebet Harskuti.
Get fit! Super Dance to get fit quick!. Introductory! (chorus 1 moves) Fruit & Veg, there great for you! (Lean to side, hands together). Everyone knows.
This man is sitting at his desk. sitsit. Look at this man. He’s running fast. runrun.
I’m gonna clap my hands to show I love you. Gonna shout out loud. Gonna sing your praise. I’m gonna clap my hands to show I love you. Gonna shout out loud.
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I CAN COUNT ON GOD Wuh~ This life can be kinda crazy. Some days it feels like a jungle maybe if you search, then you will find the treasure Our God is.
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