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Pushing Up the Sky By: Joseph Bruchac Genre: Play Uses a cast of characters.
Words to know Antlers Imagined Narrator Overhead Poked Languages
More Words to Know Bumped – hit yourself against something hard Randomly – in no particular order
Antlers Bony, branching growths on the head of a male deer, elk, or moose
Imagined Made a picture or idea of something in your mind
Languages Human speech, spoken or written
Narrator The person who tells a story
Overhead Over the head; on high; above
Poked Pushed with force against someone or something
The on the moose were so big I couldnt believe he could hold his head up!
The beach was much more beautiful than she in her mind.
There are many different spoken around the world.
The told the story about the king and the queen.
The plane was so loud I couldnt hear my friend talking.
She my arm so hard that I had a bruise the next day.
Lets listen to our story!
Vocabulary A B Cs Lets put our words in ABC order! Imagined Languages Antlers Narrator Overhead Poked Antlers Imagined Languages Narrator Overhead Poked
Spelling Words This week, our spelling words begin with a prefix. A prefix is added to the beginning of a word.
Pushing up the Sky Unit 3 week 2 By Joseph Bruchac Illustrated by Teresa Flavin.
Pushing up the Sky antlers bony, branching growths on the head of a male deer, elk, or moose.
Pushing up the Sky By: Joseph Bruchac Genre: Play Skill: Authors Purpose Authors Purpose:
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Pushing Up the Sky. antlers one of two bony growths on the head of a deer and certain other animals.
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