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  1.   Lesson 3 

    Here's what's Buzzing in Language Arts

    Spelling Word

    1. same
    2. kite
    3. home
    4. plate
    5. ride
    6. rope
    7. race
    8. rule
    9. broke
    10. tune
    11. mistake
    12. bedtime
    13. homeroom
    14. classmate
    15. notepad


    High Frequency Words


      1. pull
      2. so
      3. try
      4. who
      5. around
      6. came
      7. find

      Reading Skills 

      Main Idea & Details

      Main Idea – What the story is about 

      Details – supports and tells more 





      Writing Skill 

      Commands & Exclamations 

      Commands – tell someone to do 


      Exclamations – show excitement


      Writing Narrative include:

      1. topic, main idea,
      2. characters,
      3. settings
      4. beginning, middle and end,
      5. wrap up sentence.


      Henry and Mudge

      Story Vocabulary 

      children – you are one 

      pounds – how we measure weight 

      different – not the same 

      ears – body part used to listen 

      finally – took a long time to happen 

      hundred – ten groups of ten 

      short – not tall 

      eighty – eight groups of ten 


      Robust Vocabulary 

      Soaked – completely wet 

      Bulk – size and weight of an object 

      Blockades – prevents (keeps) you from getting in some place 

      Misplaced – in the wrong place 

      Principles – what you believe about wrong and right 

      Deny – don’t give someone what they have asked for 

      Consider – think carefully 

      Opinionated – strong ideas about something 


      Web Links

      Think Central - StoryTown

      Listening to Reading

      Spelling City

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    2nd Grade Study Guide—Lesson 1 
    Arthur’s Reading Race 
    Spelling Words 
    1. flag 
    2. fin 
    3. ran 
    4. has 
    5. fill 
    6. sat 
    7. list 
    8. sit 
    9. bag 
    10. win 
    Reading Skill 
     Students need to be able to 
    describe and identify characters in 
    a story. 
    Writing Skill 
     Sentences begin with a 
    capital letter and end with 
    punctuation mark. Sentences have 
    a telling part and an action part. 
    Story Vocabulary and Definitions 
    already – happened before you knew it eat – put food in mouth 
    prove – show you can do it know - understand 
    sign – gives information learned – been taught 
    police – people who help us eight – number after seven 
    spy – to see read – to make words with letters 
    buy – to get with money 
    money – coins, bills 
    Robust Vocabulary and Definitions 
    dangerous – not safe heed – listen to a warning 
    style – they way you do something 
    ignore – not listen on purpose 
    passion – do something with energy 
    challenge – hard to do 
    underestimate – thought it was easier than it really is 
    proficient – good at something
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