Presentation on theme: "Once There Was a Lady… (Bug) By Kathy Isom Second Grade."— Presentation transcript:
Once There Was a Lady… (Bug) By Kathy Isom Second Grade
We already know… Antonyms: words with opposite meanings hot c cold Synonyms: words with same meanings chilly old Homonyms: words with same sound but different meanings dear d deer
Lets learn a new kind of word!
WHY? WHY? WHY? Compound Compound Words Words are everywhere! You You use compound words when you write! see them when you read!
ladybug ladybug This is a Compound Word! Put together 2 words to create a new word. lady + bug = ladybug
Helpful Hint If you can draw a picture for each word, then its a great compound word. += lady + bug = ladybug
More Compound Words: Sun Sun + shine shine sunshine Sun Sun + rise rise sunrise Cow Cow + girl girl cowgirl Cow Cow + boy boy cowboy
You try it Using 3 words, create two compound words: bell,bell, door, door, knob knob fish,fish, gold, gold, star ball,ball, flake, flake, snow snow doorbell OR doorknob goldfish OR starfish snowball OR snowflake
You did it!
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