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Prudys Problem and How She Solved It By: Carey Armstrong-Ellis Skill: Main Idea Genre: Fantasy Authors Purpose: Entertain
Words to Know collectioncollection enormousenormous realizerealize scatteredscattered shinyshiny strainstrain
More Words to Know clutterclutter indescribableindescribable inspirationinspiration
collection a group of things gathered from many places and belonging together
enormous very, very large; huge
realize to understand something clearly
scattered separated and going in different directions
shiny giving off or reflecting a bright light; bright
strain to draw tightly; to stretch too much
I was proud of my large stamp collection I was proud of my large stamp collection.
The weightlifter had to strain to lift the heavy weight strain to lift the heavy weight.
The weightlifter had to strain to lift the heavy weight.
Out of the corner of my eye, I saw a shiny penny on the street.
Grandma scattered the seeds in the garden for vegetables to grow.
In New York City the buildings are enormous.
I did not realize that you were standing behind that door.
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.
Review Questions p How was Prudy unusual? 2. What kinds of things did she collect? 3.What did her dad say her problem was ? 4.Where did her mother tell her to take her stuff? 5.How did Prudy notice that there was a problem?
Review Questions p What item did she try to squeeze in her room? 2.Why did her room explode? 3.How long did it take to gather all of her stuff up? 4.Where did she look for ideas on how to fix her problem? 5.What was her solution to her problem? 6.What could Prudy never really stop doing?