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By: Campbell Geeslin Genre: Fantasy Skill: Generalize Authors Purpose: Entertain Elenas Serenade
Say It! burro glassblower factory tune puff bursts reply
More Words to Know serenade shriek
bursts explodes or popped
puff swell up
factory building where things are made
tune melody or music
glassblower person who makes things out of glass
The glassmaker used his skills to make a glass vase to sell at the fair.
The glassblower used his skills to make a glass vase to sell at the fair.
She quietly hummed the tune to herself.
My dad works in a factory where they make cars.
We saw a burro at the petting zoo in Knoxville.
Did Cindy reply to the letter she received in the mail?
A balloon bursts if you blow too much air in it.
If you get bitten by a mosquito your leg will puff up.
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.
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