By Pat Alvord, Marjorie Frank, Kathleen Bullock
This day-by-day perform sequence is helping your scholars use their abilities, so that they wont lose them. There are 5 difficulties an afternoon, each day for 36 weeks. The perform actions are arrange in a spiraling scope and series in order that scholars perform talents at commonplace periods. each one weeks difficulties are according 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, keep in mind what they comprehend, and use it on a brand new state of affairs.
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Originate _____________________ 3. Add the ending –ed, –er, or –able to make the sentence correct. Congratulations! You did a respect________ job on that experiment. 4. Which example is correct? a. Jack and I have great invention ideas. b. Us students loved the movie about the life of Edison. Use It! Don’t Lose It! , Nashville, TN FRIDAY WEEK 9 ________________________________________ LANGUAGE PRACTICE Name READ Review the “electric” definitions to find the answers: 1. How is static electricity different from other electrical charges?
Circle the correct word. When the balloon reached a high (altitude, attitude), we could no longer see its vivid design. ___ A balloon’s altitude is controlled by changing the temperature of the heated air. 3. Which sentence shows correct usage? a. Whom is piloting the blimp? ___ The first hot air balloon was launched in 1782. b. Who designed that gorgeous airship? ___ Around the World in Eighty Days is not very well written. ___ Everyone should take at least one hot-air balloon ride. 4. Correct the misspelled words.
Arctic Circle scientists gather valuable information about weather, climate, and wildlife. _____________________________ 4. Add ance or ence to each word. , Nashville, TN 39 Use It! Don’t Lose It! IP 612-0 FRIDAY WEEK 12 _______________________________________LANGUAGE PRACTICE Name READ Read the story below. Then answer these questions: 1. Circle one or two examples of personification. 2. How does Alex know that her cabin mates are asleep? 3. What words does the writer use to let you know how cold it is?