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High Frequency Words
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.
Grammar: To identify and use
Suffixes: ly, ness
How to write a paragraph with organization.
Module 4 Teacher's Vocabulary
Mr. Putter and Tabby Write the Book
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.
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