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Brave as a Mountain Lion By: Ann Herbert Scott Genre: Realistic Fiction Authors Purpose: Skill: Visualizing
Say It! afraid afraid brave brave reservation reservation silent silent spelling spelling trouble trouble coyote coyote dreaded dreaded
More Words to Know coyote coyote dreaded dreaded mountain lion mountain lion mural mural
afraid frightened; feeling fear
brave without fear; having courage
reservation land set aside by the government for a special purpose
silent quiet; still; noiseless
spelling writing or saying letters of a word in order
trouble something that worries you
My sister was afraid of the mountain lion.
The children were brave as they stood in front of the large crowd.
The children were brave as they stood in front of the large crowd
The Native Americans live on the reservation.
The crowd was silent as Spider spelled the word.
Writing or saying letters of a word in order is called spelling.
Now that Dad was home the trouble would begin.
They heard the howl of the coyote from the distance.
A large cat with brownish-yellow fur that lives in parts of North and South America is a mountain lion.
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 Suffixes –ful, -ly, -tion, sion careful careful beautiful beautiful wonderful wonderful helpful helpful graceful graceful really really finally finally sadly sadly lively lively happily happily easily easily action action suggestion suggestion conclusion conclusion
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