By Pat Alvord, Marjorie Frank, Kathleen Bullock
This day-by-day perform sequence is helping your scholars use their talents, so that they wont lose them. There are 5 difficulties an afternoon, each day for 36 weeks. The perform actions are manage in a spiraling scope and series in order that scholars perform abilities at typical durations. every one weeks difficulties are in response to a grade-level acceptable subject so each time a ability indicates up, it has a brand new context requiring scholars to dig into their thoughts, bear in mind what they understand, and use it on a brand new state of affairs.
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An article about spelunking (caving) safety would be written in which mode? a. expository c. imaginative b. descriptive d. persuasive • Get a blank sheet of paper. • Fold it twice so you have four sections. • Unfold the paper and number the sections 1– 4. 3. Add the ending to each word. Spell the new word correctly. love + ly = explore + ing = • Draw a bat in the first section, a pictograph in the second, a limestone column in the third, and an insect in the fourth. carve + ed = 4. Choose the best conjunction for each sentence: and, but, or • Title the paper: Cave Treasures a.
Ceilings bats caverns formations ice explorers 4. Use the context of the paragraph in #5 to give the meaning of vicariously. TUESDAY WEEK 14 ____________________________________LANGUAGE PRACTICE Name 1. Underline each proper noun. Europeans and Africans included natural objects in their pictographs. Australians and Americans, on the other hand, used geometric designs. 5. Correct ten misspelled homophones (words that sound the same but have different meanings). 2. A dictionary page has guide words antelope and appendix.
Can seaweed undulate? 2. Correct any misspelled words. Unlik other boney fish, shark skeletones are made of cartilage. 3. Find and correct two mistakes in usage. 5. Combine the three simple sentences into one. We walked along the beach. We collected seashells. We occasionally used our binoculars to check the water for sharks. Hardly no sharks live in cold water. He seem to prefer warm seas. 4. Number the words in alphabetical order. ___size ___species ___swim ___shark ___sea ___surface Use It! Don’t Lose It!