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Treasures: Unit 3, Week 5, Thursday On the Farm
Cause and effect
Vocabulary Practice Click, Clack, Moo: Cows that Type
a) snoopsnoop b) sincerelysincerely c) impatientimpatient d) furious furious I would like to thank you _____ for your help.
I am so sure you are Right I am so sure you are Right sincerely – adverb – done in an honest and true way Moo-ve along
So Sorry, Try Again
a) emergency emergency b) snoopsnoop c) sincerely sincerely d) impatientimpatient The editor became ______ when the book wasn’t finished.
I am so sure you are Right I am so sure you are Right impatient – adjective – not able to put up with a delay or a problem calmly and without anger Moo-ve Moo-ve along Moo-ve along
a) impatientimpatient b) furious furious c) demand demand d) emergency emergency When I forgot to do my chores, Mom was ______ with me.
I am so sure you are Right I am so sure you are Right furious - adjective – very angry Moo-ve along
a) sincerelysincerely b) impatient impatient c) furiousfurious d) demanddemand The customer will ____ his money back for the broken television.
I am so sure you are Right I am so sure you are Right demand - verb – to ask for with force Moo-ve along
a) demanddemand b) emergency emergency c) snoopsnoop d) sincerelysincerely Use the _______ exit at the back of the theater in case of fire.
I am so sure you are Right I am so sure you are Right emergency – adjective – having to do with something important or dangerous that needs fast action Moo-ve along
a) furiousfurious b) demanddemand c) emergencyemergency d) snoop snoop I will _____ around my brother’s room to see if he has candy.
I am so sure you are Right I am so sure you are Right snoop – verb – to sneak around in order to find information Moo-ve along
See you next week Susan Ging Lent Production Words are Fun
Vocabulary Practice Meet me ______ when you are ready to leave. trudged downstairs chuckled nervous.
My Name is Yoon Vocabulary Practice We ______ in a large city when we moved to this country. a) practicedpracticed b) wrinkled wrinkled c) settledsettled.
Vocabulary : Lemonade for Sale announced, arrived, glum, members, rebuild.
Vocabulary : Get Up and Go! always, homework, minutes, snuggle, treat.
celebrations, develop, furious, graceful, grocery store, students
Click Clack Moo Unit 3.5. Sincerely With honesty. I would like to thank you sincerely for your help.
Vocabulary Match-up Click on the vocabulary word that matches the meaning. (not just in the box) Put in the earth mystery buriedsolves.
Homophones Game Created by: Somebody Else Stolen by: Mrs. Pitt.
situations Definition: good or bad moments Synonym: condition, circumstance Antonym: (no antonym). Part of speech: noun.
Vocabulary Week 1 2 nd Grade Valley View Elementary.
Vocabulary My neighbor once had to call an _____ to take him to the hospital. cardboard slithered ambulance weekdays.
Iggy Pig Saves the Day and CLICK, CLACK, MOO. COWS THAT TYPE
Vocabulary 11G. annihilate ● Verb ● To destroy completely ● The hurricane could annihilate the town.
If someone is hurting me
Unit 3, Week 5 Click, Clack, Moo.
By Kevin Smith. Mega helmet On way to school Kevin crashed and got lost so he followed the trials to find his way home and. He asked his mom if he get.
Unit 11 Could you please clean your room? (Period 3)
The city has many ____, and some of them are 50 stories tall! glorious skyscrapers strutting collage.
Gram & Me Vocabulary Practice This bridge is the only __________ between the island and the mainland.. A connection B possession C relief.
My mom hates to __________ but she often gives me good advice. proclaimed A agile B interfere C awkward D.
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