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By: Beverly Cleary Genre: Classic Fiction Skill: Visualizing Authors Purpose: The Extra-Good Sunday
Visualizing Visualizing is to create a picture in your mind. Use all your senses (hear, smell, taste, and feel) when you read to put yourself into the story.
Say It! flushed hurled pronounced refrigerator sauce success
More Words to Know calamity distaste edible resolved
flushed blushed; glowed
hurled threw with much force
pronounced made the sounds of; spoke
refrigerator an appliance that keeps food and other things cold
sauce something, usually liquid, served with or on food to make it taste better
success a favorable result
My parents are proud of my success.
The girls face was flushed after she tripped in front of the crowd.
Henry poured the sauce on his burger.
Tom hurled the ball toward home base hoping it would strike the other team out.
Emilys family purchased a new refrigerator after their old one was destroyed in the fire.
Carla stood up and pronounced that she was going home.
Lets review our words. Watch carefully because they will flash on the screen for just a moment. We will clap as we spell the word.
Spelling Words Vowel sound in ball walking talk chalk stalk drawing straw claws awful lawn thaw because fault sauce haunted cause
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