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Lesson 16

Here's what's Buzzing in Language Arts

Spelling Words

  1. knot
  2. wrong
  3. know
  4. wreck
  5. graph
  6. wrap
  7. knife
  8. tough
  9. phone
  10. laugh
  11. elephant
  12. photograph
  13. handwriting
  14. knuckle
  15. enough


High Frequency Words

  1. they
  2. we
  3. after
  4. black
  5. down
  6. go
  7. it 



Reading Skills 

     Focus Skill: Story Setting
     To identify the setting and its
      importance to the story.

     Focus Strategy: Monitor 
     Comprehension, read ahead as a
     strategy for comprehension.

  Story Genre:  Realistic Fiction

  Writing Skills

    Grammar:  To identify and use
    Suffixes:  ly, ness
To identify the plot of a 
story and the events that 
make up the plot. 
  How to write a paragraph with organization.

Module 4 Teacher's Vocabulary
  1. Main Idea
  2. Key Details
  3. Events
  4. Morals
  5. Opinion
  6. Topic
  7. Concluding Statement
  8. Multiple Meaning Words

Mr. Putter and Tabby Write the Book

Story Vocabulary 

Have your child review and read these high frequency words:

everything, sugar, draw, picture, sometimes, minute, different, enjoy, wash, finally, idea, sign, expensive, board, hundred, though, police, thumb, woods, touch, brought, special, care, eight minute, enough, children, sure guess.



Robust Vocabulary 

celebrate - to honor an occasion

disturb - a noise that bothers

cozy - warm and comfortable

underneath - to be below

enchanting - likeable, enjoyable

diversion - takes you away from what you are doing.

instead - to do something in place of another

thrilled - to have had something make you excited and happy.

review - to write what you think or feel about a book or a movie or a play.

celebrate - to be happy about an occasion with something like a party.

procrastinate - to delay or avoid doing something

Web Links

Think Central - StoryTown

Listening to Reading

Spelling City

Want to practice skills that we are learning? Click here or here for interactive practice of our language arts skills


Have Fun!



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