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‘Follow me - Loop card games’ – English (Middle)

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Foreword

‘Follow me - Loop card games’ is a series of books that provides reinforcement for essential academic skills through group activities. These activities consist of game cards that pupils read and interactively answer. Each game also features an active listening enrichment activity. This component gives pupils additional practice in active listening and extends their learning to the application level.

Books in the series: ‘Follow me - Loop card games’ – English (Lower)

‘Follow me - Loop card games’ – English (Middle) ‘Follow me - Loop card games’ – English (Upper)

Contents Teachers notes ........................................................................................................................................................ iv – v Curriculum links ............................................................................................................................................................ vi Synonyms

Alphabetical order

Synonyms – 1 ...................................................... 1

Synonyms – 2 ...................................................... 6

Synonyms – 3..................................................... 11

Synonyms – 4..................................................... 16

Antonyms – 1 ..................................................... 21

Antonyms – 2...................................................... 26

Antonyms – 3...................................................... 31

Antonyms – 4...................................................... 36

Rhyme time – 2 ................................................ 121

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Rhyme time – 1 ................................................ 116

Multiple-meaning words

Multiple-meaning words – 1 ............................... 126

Multiple-meaning words – 2 ............................... 131

Analogies

Homophones

Homophone riddles ............................................. 41

Homophone spelling ........................................... 46

Compound words

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Compound words ................................................ 51

Compound word jokes ......................................... 56

Making compound words ..................................... 61

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Antonyms

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Nouns ................................................................ 66 Adjectives ........................................................... 71 Verbs ................................................................. 76

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Sentences

Declarative, imperative, interrogative and exclamatory . ........................................................................ 141

Context clues

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Main ideas and details

Main idea and details – 1................................... 151

Main idea and details – 2................................... 156

Categorisation

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 Adverbs .............................................................. 81

Fact or opinion?

Collective nouns .................................................. 86

Tenses:—Past, present or future? .......................... 91

Prefixes and suffixes

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Base words

Vocabulary

Vocabulary – 1.................................................. 171 . Vocabulary – 2.................................................. 176

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Greek and Latin roots

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Teachers notes ‘Follow me - Loop card games’ is a series of books that provides interactive group activities. The activities consist of game cards that pupils read and interactively answer. Each card game consists of 40 cards. The game starts when a pupil reads the first card. The pupil who has the card with the answer reads his or her card. Then, the pupil who has the card with the answer to the subsequent question reads his or her card. The game continues in this manner until the last card is read. The last card’s question ‘loops’ back to the first card. This book provides a fun, interactive way for pupils to practise various literacy skills. The resource includes over 35 card games that will improve pupils’ listening skills and teach skills and strategies. The skills covered are: • Synonyms • Grammar • Alphabetical order • Sentences • Fact or opinion?

• Antonyms • Prefixes and suffixes • Rhyming words • Context clues • Vocabulary

• Homophones • Greek and Latin roots • Multiple-meaning words • Main idea and details

• Compound words • Base words • Analogies • Categorisation

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Each game also features an active listening and enrichment activity. This component gives pupils practice in active listening and extends their learning to the application level.

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Even better is the fact that there is hardly any preparation required to start these games in your class. Simply make copies of the game cards, cut them, and you are ready to go! These engaging games will keep pupils entertained while they learn valuable English skills.

Organisation

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There are 40 reproducible cards for each game. The cards are arranged in columns (top to bottom) in the order they will be read by the class. A reproducible active listening enrichment page follows every set of game cards. The interactive card games for reviewing skills and strategies can be used alone or in conjunction with this reproducible page to have pupils practise active listening, increase active participation, provide enrichment and extend and transfer the learning and accountability of each pupil.

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Instructions for ‘Follow me - Loop card games’ game cards 1. Photocopy the game cards. (Each game has four pages of 10 cards each.) You may wish to laminate the cards for durability. 2. Cut the game cards. Mix up the cards and pass them out to the pupils. Every pupil should have at least one card. Depending on your class size, pupils may have more than one card. 3. Have the pupil with the first card begin the game by saying ‘I have the first card. Who has … ?’ As each pupil reads a card, monitor your copy to make sure children are reading the cards in the correct order. If pupils have correctly matched each card, then the last card read will ‘loop’ back to the first card and the final pupil will read, ‘I have … Who has the first card?’

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Teachers notes Instructions for active listening enrichment page 1. Copy one page for each pupil or pair of pupils. 2. Make sure each pupil has a light-coloured crayon or highlighter (not a marker or pencil) to colour the correct boxes as they are read. Provide time for pupils to lightly colour or highlight the correct box.

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3. Some of the activity pages contain a riddle. After the last card is read, ask pupils to uncover the hidden text (e.g. riddle, proverb) by reading the text in all of the boxes they did not colour or highlight. Have them read from left to right, top to bottom, on the grid. Then, have them answer the extension questions at the bottom of the page. Use the answer key on pages 191 – 199 to check pupil’s answers.

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1. Pupils who have difficulty locating the correct boxes on the active listening enrichment page, even after with the format has been established, may have difficulties with visual discrimination. 2. Pupils who have difficulty reading their cards at the correct time may have difficulties with attention, hearing, active listening or the concepts being reinforced.

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Variations – To be played without the active listening enrichment page

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Timed version Follow the instructions to prepare the game cards so that each pupil has at least one. Play without the reproducible page. Tell pupils to play the game twice and challenge them to beat their time in the second round. Have pupils play the same game again the next day. Can they beat their time again? Remember to mix up the cards and redistribute them before each game. The more pupils play the games the better they will understand the concepts covered. They will also develop stronger phrasing and fluency in reading. Small groups Photocopy one set of game cards for each small group. Play without the reproducible page. Cut the cards, mix them up and give a set to each group. Have each group play. You can time the groups to encourage them to pay close attention, read quickly and stay on task. Which group is the fastest? By playing in smaller groups, each pupil has more cards. This raises the individual accountability, activity, time on task and reinforcement opportunities per pupil.

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Curriculum links Country/Subject/Level England Literacy Years Three and Four

Curriculum Objectives Year Three

• include and respond to all members of the group • spell high and medium frequency words • recognise a range of prefixes and suffixes • build their store of vocabulary • use adjectives, verbs and nouns

Year Four

• spell new and unfamiliar words • distinguish the spelling and meaning of common homophones • use knowledge of word structures and origins to develop understanding of word meanings • use adverbs

Northern Ireland

Key Stage One – Talking and Listening

Language and Literacy Key Stages One and Two

• listen to and respond to instructions • take turns at talking and listening • speak audibly and clearly • show phonological awareness

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• give and respond to instructions • speak audibly

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Key Stage One – Reading • build up a sight vocabulary • identify words, patterns and other features of written language • recognise how words are constructed and spelt Key Stage Two – Talking and Listening Key Stage Two – Writing

• spell correctly • develop increasing competence in the use of grammar

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Receptiveness to Language

• give and follow instructions • identify unfamiliar words by reference to word parts, prefixes and suffixes

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Competence and Confidence in using Language

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• give and take turns in speaking • discuss the meanings and origins of words • play synonym and antonym games • become familiar with the functions of words • increase grammatical accuracy • improve command of spelling

First – Listening and Talking

• know when and how to listen and when to talk

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Literacy and English First and Second

First – Reading

• use knowledge of sight vocabulary, phonics and grammar

Second – Listening and Talking • engage with others and respond appropriately

Second – Reading

• develop knowledge of grammar

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Language, Literacy and Communication Skills Key Stage Two

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• listen attentively and respond to a wide range of communication • communicate clearly and confidently • engage in activities that focus on words, their derivation and meanings

Reading

• develop word recognition • develop their understanding of the structure, vocabulary and grammar of English

Writing

• use nouns, adjectives, adverbs and verb tenses • spell correctly

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Synonyms – 1

I have annoy.

Who has the synonym for end?

Who has the synonym for ask?

I have conclude.

I have request.

Who has the synonym for viewpoint?

Who has the synonym for convince?

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Who has the synonym for insist?

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Who has the synonym for correct?

I have persuade.

I have accurate.

I have demand.

Who has the synonym for thoughts?

Who has the synonym for begin?

I have ideas.

I have start.

Who has the synonym for bother?

Who has the synonym for hesitate?

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I have tension.

Who has the synonym for respond?

Who has the synonym for brief?

I have answer.

I have short.

Who has the synonym for change?

Who has the synonym for fake?

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I have pause.

Who has the synonym for ruined?

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Who has the synonym for oath?

I have artificial.

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I have pledge.

I have destroyed.

Who has the synonym for solution?

Who has the synonym for happy?

I have result.

I have glad.

Who has the synonym for conflict?

Who has the synonym for ill?

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I have neat.

Who has the synonym for buy?

Who has the synonym for hope?

I have purchase.

I have belief.

Who has the synonym for funny?

Who has the synonym for gorgeous?

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I have humorous.

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I have sick.

Who has the synonym for speedy?

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Who has the synonym for exit?

I have attractive.

I have leave.

I have quick.

Who has the synonym for easy?

Who has the synonym for wealthy?

I have simple.

I have the word rich.

Who has the synonym for tidy?

Who has the synonym for teach?

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Synonyms – 1

I have the word relaxed.

Who has the synonym for achieve?

Who has the synonym for frightening?

I have accomplish.

I have fearsome.

Who has the synonym for enormous?

Who has the synonym for thoughtful?

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I have gigantic.

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Who has the synonym for gift?

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Who has the synonym for nearby?

I have considerate.

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I have close.

I have present.

Who has the synonym for risky?

Who has the synonym for remember?

I have dangerous.

I have recall.

Who has the synonym for calm?

Who has the first card?

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Synonyms – 2

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I have inexpensive.

Who has the synonym for warn?

Who has the synonym for amuse?

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I have caution.

I have entertain.

Who has the synonym for evil?

Who has the synonym for honesty?

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Who has the synonym for erupt?

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I have sincerity.

Who has the synonym for depart?

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I have explode.

I have leave.

Who has the synonym for selfish?

Who has the synonym for uncommon?

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I have greedy.

I have rare.

Who has the synonym for cheap?

Who has the synonym for verdict?

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I have judgement.

I have doubt.

Who has the synonym for absent?

Who has the synonym for spotless?

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I have away.

I have clean.

Who has the synonym for sprint?

Who has the synonym for generous?

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Who has the synonym for true?

c I have giving.

Who has the synonym for rip?

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I have factual.

I have tear.

Who has the synonym for well-planned?

Who has the synonym for prize?

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I have organised.

I have award.

Who has the synonym for disbelieve?

Who has the synonym for wrongful?

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Synonyms – 2

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I have unjust.

I have tremble.

Who has the synonym for poisonous?

Who has the synonym for gather?

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I have toxic.

I have collect.

Who has the synonym for build?

Who has the synonym for help?

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Who has the synonym for late?

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I have assist.

Who has the synonym for supplies?

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I have tardy.

I have materials.

Who has the synonym for talk?

Who has the synonym for predict?

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I have speak.

I have the word foretell.

Who has the synonym for shake?

Who has the synonym for tiny?

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Synonyms – 2

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I have petite.

I have tough.

Who has the synonym for piece?

Who has the synonym for promise?

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I have the word section.

I have vow.

Who has the synonym for smart?

Who has the synonym for known?

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I have intelligent.

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Who has the synonym for smash?

c I have familiar.

Who has the synonym for human?

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I have shatter.

I have person.

Who has the synonym for remote?

Who has the synonym for observe?

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I have isolated.

I have notice.

Who has the synonym for difficult?

Who has the first card?

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Synonyms – 2 1. Fill in the missing letters of the synonyms as your classmates identify them. Start at the arrow and go from left to right and top to bottom.

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Synonyms – 3

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I have the first card.

I have the word stare.

Who has the synonym for solution?

Who has the synonym for toss?

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I have answer.

I have throw.

Who has the synonym for big?

Who has the synonym for hide?

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I have large.

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Who has the synonym for destroy?

D I have conceal.

Who has the synonym for nap?

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I have ruin.

I have snooze.

Who has the synonym for silly?

Who has the synonym for design?

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I have foolish.

I have plan.

Who has the synonym for gaze?

Who has the synonym for pull?

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Synonyms – 3

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I have tow.

I have describe.

Who has the synonym for angry?

Who has the synonym for powerful?

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I have upset.

I have strong.

Who has the synonym for chair?

Who has the synonym for certainly?

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Who has the synonym for own?

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I have definitely.

Who has the synonym for untrue?

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I have possess.

I have false.

Who has the synonym for want?

Who has the synonym for ugly?

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I have desire.

I have grotesque.

Who has the synonym for explain?

Who has the synonym for change?

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Synonyms – 3

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I have revise.

I have astonished.

Who has the synonym for damaged?

Who has the synonym for shy?

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I have vandalised.

I have bashful.

Who has the synonym for path?

Who has the synonym for hopeful?

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I have trail.

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Who has the synonym for admire?

D I have optimistic.

Who has the synonym for unkind?

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I have respect.

I have cruel.

Who has the synonym for modern?

Who has the synonym for authentic?

D

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I have contemporary.

I have genuine.

Who has the synonym for shocked?

Who has the synonym for defeat?

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Synonyms – 3

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I have conquer.

I have imitate.

Who has the synonym for costly?

Who has the synonym for depart?

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I have expensive.

I have leave.

Who has the synonym for forecast?

Who has the synonym for bucket?

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Who has the synonym for hollow?

D I have pail.

Who has the synonym for clap?

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I have empty.

I have applaud.

Who has the synonym for silent?

Who has the synonym for prevent?

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I have quiet.

I have stop.

Who has the synonym for mimic?

Who has the first card?

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bashful

optimistic

cute

vandalised

contemporary

astonished

cruel

grotesque

revise

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conquer

genuine

false

possess

seat

expensive

predict

definitely

desire

upset

strong

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imitate

quiet

plan

leave

pail

snooze

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applaud

conceal

clean

throw

virus

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Finish * stop smart

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Synonyms – 4

I have the first card.

I have grateful.

Who has the synonym for shut?

Who has the synonym for shout?

I have close.

I have yell.

Who has the synonym for find?

Who has the synonym for tired?

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Who has the synonym for scared?

I have exhausted.

Who has the synonym for glumly?

I have afraid.

I have sadly.

Who has the synonym for fast?

Who has the synonym for bag?

I have rapid.

I have sack.

Who has the synonym for thankful?

Who has the synonym for shine?

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Synonyms – 4

I have polish.

I have select.

Who has the synonym for fix?

Who has the synonym for divide?

I have repair.

I have split.

Who has the synonym for unlike?

Who has the synonym for sure?

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I have different.

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Who has the synonym for far?

 I have certain.

Who has the synonym for rescue?

I have distant.

I have save.

Who has the synonym for assistant?

Who has the synonym for examine?

I have helper.

I have inspect.

Who has the synonym for pick?

Who has the synonym for melt?

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Synonyms – 4

I have thaw.

I have finish.

Who has the synonym for view?

Who has the synonym for easy?

I have observe.

I have simple.

Who has the synonym for deadly?

Who has the synonym for blame?

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Who has the synonym for dirty?

I have accuse.

Who has the synonym for follow?

I have grimy.

I have pursue.

Who has the synonym for hire?

Who has the synonym for allow?

I have employ.

I have permit.

Who has the synonym for complete?

Who has the synonym for unimportant?

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Synonyms – 4

I have petty.

I have numerous.

Who has the synonym for edge?

Who has the synonym for remain?

I have rim.

I have stay.

Who has the synonym for demand?

Who has the synonym for example?

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I have insist.

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Who has the synonym for inside?

 I have sample.

Who has the synonym for supper?

I have indoors.

I have dinner.

Who has the synonym for cost?

Who has the synonym for enemy?

I have expense.

I have foe.

Who has the synonym for many?

Who has the first card?

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2. Match the synonyms below and then find them in the areas of the wordsearch you did not highlight.

(a) _____ useful

1. tardy

(b) _____ smart

2. unorganised

(c) _____ sick

3. worthwhile

(d) _____ late

4. money

(e) _____ messy

5. clever

(f) _____ cash

6. ill

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Antonyms – 1

I have the first card.

I have end.

Who has the antonym for silent?

Who has the antonym for include?

I have noisy.

I have omit.

Who has the antonym for proud?

Who has the antonym for spend?

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Who has the antonym for success?

 I have save.

Who has the antonym for friendly?

I have failure.

I have mean.

Who has the antonym for lend?

Who has the antonym for misplace?

I have borrow.

I have locate.

Who has the antonym for begin?

Who has the antonym for gain?

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Antonyms – 1

I have lose.

I have lower.

Who has the antonym for enter?

Who has the antonym for admit?

I have exit.

I have deny.

Who has the antonym for purchase?

Who has the antonym for fact?

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Who has the antonym for argue?

I have opinion.

Who has the antonym for ask?

I have agree.

I have answer.

Who has the antonym for depart?

Who has the antonym for release?

I have arrive.

I have trap.

Who has the antonym for raise?

Who has the antonym for unlucky?

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I have fortunate.

I have healthy.

Who has the antonym for graceful?

Who has the antonym for cause?

I have clumsy.

I have effect.

Who has the antonym for increase?

Who has the antonym for behind?

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Who has the antonym for public?

I have dry.

I have private.

Who has the antonym for messy?

Who has the antonym for conceal?

I have organised.

I have reveal.

Who has the antonym for diseased?

Who has the antonym for straight?

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Antonyms – 1

I have curved.

I have repair.

Who has the antonym for risky?

Who has the antonym for exciting?

I have safe.

I have boring.

Who has the antonym for join?

Who has the antonym for near?

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Who has the antonym for expert?

I have distant.

Who has the antonym for nonfiction?

I have novice.

I have fiction.

Who has the antonym for punish?

Who has the antonym for mature?

I have reward.

I have immature.

Who has the antonym for damage?

Who has the first card?

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Antonyms – 1 1. Follow the path by highlighting the answers as your classmates identify them.

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Antonyms – 2 

I have the first card.

I have inside.

Who has the antonym for then?

Who has the antonym for teacher?

I have now.

I have student.

Who has the antonym for past?

Who has the antonym for loyal?

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Who has the antonym for send?

I have shout.

I have receive.

Who has the antonym for protect?

Who has the antonym for famous?

I have endanger.

I have unknown.

Who has the antonym for outside?

Who has the antonym for find?

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I have misplace.

I have comprehend.

Who has the antonym for follow?

Who has the antonym for modern?

I have lead.

I have ancient.

Who has the antonym for bitter?

Who has the antonym for remember?

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Who has the antonym for late?

I have exterior.

I have prompt.

Who has the antonym for somebody?

Who has the antonym for wealth?

I have nobody.

I have poverty.

Who has the antonym for misunderstand?

Who has the antonym for common?

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Antonyms – 2 

I have unique.

I have comfort.

Who has the antonym for thin?

Who has the antonym for absent?

I have thick.

I have present.

Who has the antonym for morning?

Who has the antonym for hid?

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Who has the antonym for continue?

I have uncertain.

I have cease.

Who has the antonym for normal?

Who has the antonym for innocent?

I have abnormal.

I have guilty.

Who has the antonym for disturb?

Who has the antonym for sturdy?

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I have feeble.

I have expert.

Who has the antonym for pure?

Who has the antonym for accept?

I have tainted.

I have reject.

Who has the antonym for mild?

Who has the antonym for portion?

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Who has the antonym for insult?

I have distant.

I have compliment.

Who has the antonym for confuse?

Who has the antonym for boastful?

I have clarify.

I have humble.

Who has the antonym for amateur?

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I have the first card.

I have pollute.

Who has the antonym for finished?

Who has the antonym for brave?

I have incomplete.

I have cowardly.

Who has the antonym for above?

Who has the antonym for drop?

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Who has the antonym for exact?

I have persevere.

I have approximate.

Who has the antonym for horizontal?

Who has the antonym for clever?

I have vertical.

I have silly.

Who has the antonym for clean?

Who has the antonym for authentic?

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Antonyms – 3

I have counterfeit.

I have shrink.

Who has the antonym for attract?

Who has the antonym for useless?

I have repel.

I have useful.

Who has the antonym for irritate?

Who has the antonym for difficult?

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Who has the antonym for joy?

 I have easy.

Who has the antonym for harmless?

I have sadness.

I have deadly.

Who has the antonym for sort?

Who has the antonym for addition?

I have blend.

I have subtraction.

Who has the antonym for grow?

Who has the antonym for busy?

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Antonyms – 3

I have inactive.

I have anticlockwise.

Who has the antonym for youthful?

Who has the antonym for rugged?

I have aged.

I have smooth.

Who has the antonym for caught?

Who has the antonym for fresh?

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Who has the antonym for meet?

 I have stale.

Who has the antonym for beautiful?

I have avoid.

I have ugly.

Who has the antonym for nightfall?

Who has the antonym for stretch?

I have dawn.

I have contract.

Who has the antonym for clockwise?

Who has the antonym for omit?

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Antonyms – 3

I have include.

I have reveal.

Who has the antonym for minimum?

Who has the antonym for valley?

I have maximum.

I have mountain.

Who has the antonym for loose?

Who has the antonym for help?

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Who has the antonym for minor?

 I have hurt.

Who has the antonym for drain?

I have major.

I have fill.

Who has the antonym for mend?

Who has the antonym for weird?

I have damage.

I have normal.

Who has the antonym for hide?

Who has the first card?

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Antonyms – 3

1. Follow the path by highlighting the answers as your classmates identify them. incomplete

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Antonyms – 4

I have the first card.

I have loan.

Who has the antonym for accept?

Who has the antonym for superior?

I have reject.

I have inferior.

Who has the antonym for alive?

Who has the antonym for tame?

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Who has the antonym for more?

I have wild.

Who has the antonym for wisdom?

I have less.

I have foolishness.

Who has the antonym for schedule?

Who has the antonym for probable?

I have cancel.

I have improbable.

Who has the antonym for borrow?

Who has the antonym for tried?

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Antonyms – 4

I have quit.

I have land.

Who has the antonym for sharp?

Who has the antonym for cooked?

I have dull.

I have raw.

Who has the antonym for separate?

Who has the antonym for hold?

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Who has the antonym for silly?

 I have release.

Who has the antonym for legal?

I have serious.

I have illegal.

Who has the antonym for fragrant?

Who has the antonym for best?

I have stinky.

I have worst.

Who has the antonym for launch?

Who has the antonym for ruin?

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Antonyms – 4

I have improve.

I have rival.

Who has the antonym for mournful?

Who has the antonym for violent?

I have jolly.

I have peaceful.

Who has the antonym for even?

Who has the antonym for perfect?

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Who has the antonym for relaxed?

I have defective.

Who has the antonym for know?

I have tense.

I have guess.

Who has the antonym for rising?

Who has the antonym for push?

I have falling.

I have pull.

Who has the antonym for partner?

Who has the antonym for freshen?

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Antonyms – 4

I have decay.

I have remove.

Who has the antonym for forget?

Who has the antonym for avoid?

I have remember.

I have face.

Who has the antonym for rested?

Who has the antonym for purchase?

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Who has the antonym for deep?

 I have sell.

Who has the antonym for encourage?

I have shallow.

I have discourage.

Who has the antonym for hoard?

Who has the antonym for sorrowful?

I have share.

I have funny.

Who has the antonym for replace?

Who has the first card?

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Antonyms – 4 1. As your classmates identify the answers, search for and highlight each antonym in the wordsearch. Each new word is near the previous word. Words do not share letters and do not go backwards or diagonally. Clue: The first word is in the sixth column.

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(a) _____ hungry

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(b) _____ flat

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(c) _____ busy

3. rotten

(d) _____ soft

4. full

(e) _____ fresh

5. simple

(f) _____ difficult

6. uneven

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Homophone riddles

I have the first card.

I have a sweet suite.

Who has the two homophones that mean permission to speak out loud?

Who has the two homophones that describe some distasteful birds?

I have allowed aloud.

I have foul fowl.

Who has the two homophones that name an animal with a sore throat?

Who has the two homophones that mean runaway insect?

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I have a hoarse horse.

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Who has the two homophones that mean a voting flag stick?

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 I have flee flea.

Who has the the two homophones that mean an uninterested plank of wood?

I have a poll pole.

I have a bored board.

Who has the two homophones that name a tired vegetable?

Who has the two homophones that mean a pastry-like female forest mammal?

I have a beat beet.

I have a dough doe.

Who has the two homophones that mean a sugary hotel room?

Who has the two homophones that mean an honest fee for travel?

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Homophone riddles

I have a fair fare.

I have meat meet.

Who has the two homophones that name what you did if you had a number for dinner?

Who has the two homophones that describe when a dog’s feet stop?

I have ate eight.

I have paws pause.

Who has the two homophones that mean a period of seven days that is not strong?

Who has the two homophones that mean a farewell purchase?

I have a weak week.

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Who has the two homophones that mean a relative of a frog being pulled by something?

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I have a bye buy.

Who has the two homophones that mean a coin odour?

I have a towed toad.

I have a cent scent.

Who has the two homophones that mean an air transportation vehicle that is not fancy?

Who has the two homophones that describe a complete opening?

I have a plain plane.

I have a whole hole.

Who has the two homophones that show what happens when you introduce steak and pork?

Who has the two homophones that describe the type of covering on a type of rabbit?

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I have hare hair.

I have the real reel.

Who has the two homophones that describe a hello on a mountaintop?

Who has the two homophones that describe the sound made by an inexpensive baby chick?

I have a high hi.

I have a cheap cheep.

Who has the two homophones that name sixty minutes that belong to us?

Who has the two homophones that mean tiny drops of water that you didn’t feel?

I have our hour.

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Who has the two homophones that state the colour of a halfman, half-goat?

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 I have a missed mist.

Who has the two homophones that mean a story about the wagging part of a dog?

I have fawn faun.

I have a tail tale.

Who has the two homophones that name a type of tree along the edge of the ocean?

Who has the two homophones that describe a grizzly forest mammal that has no clothes on?

I have a beach beech.

I have a bare bear.

Who has the two homophones that name the genuine part of a fishing rod?

Who has the two homophones that name the lines of thorny flowers in the garden?

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Homophone riddles

I have the rose rows. Who has the two homophones that name what you call a forest animal who is very important to you?

I have I heard a herd. Who has the two homophones that name the main boss of a school?

I have a dear deer.

I have a principle principal. Who has the two homophones that name the type of evening you see if a man is wearing a suit of armour?

 I have the lone loan.

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Who has the two homophones that name a boat trip the rowing teams took?

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Who has the two homophones that name the only amount of money borrowed?

I have a knight night.

Who has the two homophones that tell us when a female helper has been created?

I have the crews’ cruise.

I have a made maid.

Who has the two homophones that name the glue put on the top of a room?

Who has the two homophones that name letters received by a man?

I have the ceiling sealing.

I have male mail.

Who has the two homophones that mean what you did if you listened to a group of cattle?

Who has the first card?

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Homophone riddles 1. Follow the path by highlighting the answers as your classmates identify them.

crews’ cruise

ceiling sealing

I heard a herd

principle principal

Finish * male mail

dear deer

rose rows

bare bear

flower flour

knight night

made maid

blue blew

knew new

tail tale

eye I

see sea

weight wait

allowed aloud

hoarse horse

missed mist

steal steel

high hi

hare hair

Start *

poll pole

cheap cheep

meat meet

our hour

whole hole

sweet suite

beat beet

real reel

beach beech

fawn faun

cent scent

foul fowl

flee flea

waist waste

coarse course

pale pail

bye buy

bored board

write right

rode road

meet meat

paws pause

ate eight

weak week

towed toad

plain plane

scene seen

fair fare

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2. Look at the boxes that you did not highlight. Cross out the first box and every second one that is left over. Write the remaining pairs of homophones below. (a)

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(b)

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(c)

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(d)

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(e)

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(f)

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(g)

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Homophone spelling

I have the first card.

I have w – a – s – t – e.

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? A bear is an animal.

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? I got my hair cut.

I have b – e – a – r.

I have h – a – i – r. Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? The rabbit was a male not a female.

I have s – t – e – a – l.

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Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? My grandma likes to drink tea.

I have t – o.

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? When it rains, it pours.

I have t – e – a. Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? Please put your jacket over there.

I have r – a – i – n – s. Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? You will waste it if you throw it away.

I have t – h – e – r – e. Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this question? Would you like more sauce on your meat?

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I have m – a – l – e.

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Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? Take me t­ o the teacher!

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Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? It is dishonest to steal­.

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I have m – e – a – t.

I have p – a – i – l.

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? Did you write the letter?

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? There’s a hole in my pocket.

I have w – r – i – t – e.

I have h – o – l – e.

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? I’m feeling a bit weak.

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? He knew it wasn’t his turn.

I have w – e – a – k.

pl

Sa m

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Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? My shoelaces are tied in a knot.

 I have k – n – e – w.

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? Did you hear me calling you?

I have k – n – o – t. Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? The wealthy woman had a maid to clean her house.

I have h – e – a – r. Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? I’d like a piece of cake, please.

I have m – a – i – d.

I have p – i – e – c – e.

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? Did you fill that pail with sand?

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? May I please have two scoops?

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Homophone spelling

I have t – w – o.

I have r – e – i – n – s.

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? I need you to sit here.

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? Was my answer right?

I have h – e – r – e.

I have r – i – g – h – t.

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? Has the mail been delivered yet?

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? I made that myself.

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I have m – a – i – l. Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? Where do you want to meet for dinner?

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I have m – a – d – e.

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? You ate a whole pizza?

I have m – e – e – t.

I have w – h – o – l – e.

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? Where is their house?

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? The soup is too hot.

I have t – h – e – i – r.

I have t – o – o.

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? Take the horse by the reins.

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? A hare moves by hopping.

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I have h – a – r – e.

I have n – o – t.

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? A belt goes around your waist.

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? The sick boy looks pale.

I have w – a – i – s – t.

I have p – a – l – e.

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? The house was made of steel.

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? I love your new shoes!

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I have s – t – e – e – l. Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? Did you walk in that puddle in your bare feet?

I have n – e – w. Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? Mark placed the golf ball on a tee.

I have b – a – r – e.

I have t – e – e.

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? Is this your last week?

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? He spent every cent he had.

I have w – e – e – k.

I have c – e – n – t.

Who has the correct spelling of the homophone in this sentence? I will not tell you the answer.

Who has the first card?

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Name

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1. As your classmates identify the answers, correctly write each homophone in the boxes below from left to right and top to bottom.

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2. Write each word from Column D on the first set of lines. Write the homophone for the words on the second set of lines. Example: to = two (a)

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(b)

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(d)

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(e)

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(f)

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(g)

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(h)

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(i)

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(j)

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I have the first card.

I have lace. Who has the rest of my compound word: space

Who has the rest of my compound word: rail ?

I have way.

I have ship.

Who has the rest of my ? compound word: bed

Who has the rest of my compound word: suit ?

 I have spread.

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Who has the rest of my compound word: hand ?

 I have case.

Who has the rest of my compound word: door ?

I have shake.

I have knob.

Who has the rest of my ? compound word: room

Who has the rest of my compound word: wall ?

I have mate.

I have paper.

Who has the rest of my ? compound word: shoe

Who has the rest of my compound word: earth ?

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Compound words

I have quake.

I have cat.

Who has the rest of my

Who has the rest of my

compound word: pop

compound word: birth

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I have corn.

I have day.

Who has the rest of my

Who has the rest of my

compound word: nut

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compound word: clock

 I have cracker.

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Who has the rest of my

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compound word: night

Who has the rest of my compound word: country

I have side.

Who has the rest of my

Who has the rest of my

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I have gown.

compound word: white

I have box.

I have board.

Who has the rest of my

Who has the rest of my

compound word: copy

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I have wise.

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compound word: post

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compound word: guide

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I have book.

I have sand.

Who has the rest of my compound word: fruit ?

Who has the rest of my compound word: life ?

I have cake.

I have boat. ?

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Who has the rest of my compound word: horse

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Who has the rest of my compound word: flower

 I have pot.

I have back.

Who has the rest of my compound word: lawn ?

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Who has the rest of my compound word: car ?

I have phone.

I have mower.

Who has the rest of my compound word: master

Who has the rest of my compound word: head ?

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I have piece.

I have ache.

Who has the rest of my compound word: quick

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Who has the rest of my compound word: thunder

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Compound words

I have storm.

I have pit. Who has the rest of my compound word: water

Who has the rest of my compound word: tooth ?

I have paste.

I have colour.

Who has the rest of my ? compound word: toad

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Who has the rest of my compound word: scare

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 I have stool.

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Who has the rest of my compound word: lady ?

I have crow.

Who has the rest of my compound word: rain ?

I have bird.

I have coat.

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Who has the rest of my compound word: touch

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Who has the rest of my compound word: sky ?

I have down.

I have scraper.

Who has the rest of my ? compound word: arm

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1. As your classmates identify the answers, write the last part of each compound word in the boxes below from left to right and top to bottom.

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(b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) (h) (i) (j)

suit copy horse hand arm pop sky cup tooth car

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Compound word jokes

I have the first card. Who has the answer to this joke? Why is the bluebird blue?

I have: A globetrotter. Who has the answer to this joke? Why did the girl put her cat on the photocopier?

I have: The mockingbird is always mocking him. Who has the answer to this joke? Which fish is always signing autographs?

I have: She wanted to have a copycat. Who has the answer to this joke? Why did the boy put drumsticks in his ears?

I have: A starfish.

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Who has the answer to this joke? Why did the man walk barefoot in the snow?

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I have: He wanted to play his eardrums. Who has the answer to this joke? Why did the man swallow the fire-extinguisher?

I have: Because his snowshoes melted. Who has the answer to this joke? Why did the man take his goldfish to the bowling alley?

I have: He wanted to put out his heartburn.

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Who has the answer to this joke? What dog keeps the best time?

I have: He wanted to see the fishbowl. Who has the answer to this joke? What do you call a horse that’s travelled around the world?

I have: A watchdog

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I have: They wanted to have a grasshopper. Who has the answer to this joke? Why did the foolish girl drop her piece of bubblegum from the top of her roof?

I have: It was a blueberry. Who has the answer to this joke? What do you call a librarian that lives underground?

I have: She wanted to see a gumdrop. Who has the answer to this joke? What kind of nails do carpenters avoid?

I have: A bookworm. Who has the answer to this joke? Which side of an elephant is always the greyest?

I have: fingernails.

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Who has the answer to this joke? What horses swim the best?

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I have: The outside Who has the answer to this joke? Why did the girl put her jewellery in her ear?

I have: seahorses. Who has the answer to this joke? Who is in charge of the library?

I have: She wanted to hear her earring. Who has the answer to this joke? Why did the boy walk instead of drive?

I have: The bookkeeper.

I have: He didn’t want to get carsick. Who has the answer to this joke? Why did the farmer take his chickens to the beach?

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Who has the answer to this joke? Why was the fruit so sad?

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Compound word jokes

I have: He wanted to get eggshells.

I have: A rainbow.

Who has the answer to this joke? Why did the boy try to put his game in the television?

Who has the answer to this joke? What time of the year is it when you are on a trampoline?

I have: He wanted a Playstation™.

I have: springtime. Who has the answer to this joke? What do cows make during earthquakes?

pl

Sa m

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Who has the answer to this joke? What do you get if you cross a snowman with a vampire?

I have: milkshakes.

I have: frostbite.

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Who has the answer to this joke? Where do ducks keep their money?

Who has the answer to this joke? What washes up on very small beaches?

I have: In riverbanks.

I have: microwaves.

Who has the answer to this joke? What did the spider make on the computer?

Who has the answer to this joke? What do lawyers wear to court?

I have: A website.

I have: lawsuits.

Who has the answer to this joke? What bow can’t be tied?

Who has the answer to this joke? What kind of button won’t unbutton?

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Compound word jokes

I have: A bellybutton.

I have: A groundhog.

Who has the answer to this joke? Why did the boy drop his jelly in the sea?

Who has the answer to this joke? What dance will a chicken not do?

I have: Because he wanted to make a jellyfish.

I have: The foxtrot.

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I have: When you eat a watermelon.

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Who has the answer to this joke? What type of insect would you see in a tornado?

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Who has the answer to this joke? When do you stop at green and go at red?

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Who has the answer to this joke? Why did the husband buy his wife some sugar?

 I have: a housefly.

Who has the answer to this joke? What happens when you put a lion in an aeroplane?

I have: Because she was his sweetheart.

I have: You create an uproar.

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Who has the answer to this joke? What do you get if you cross a cow with a tadpole?

Who has the answer to this joke? What do you call a hungry ant?

I have: A bullfrog.

I have: An anteater.

Who has the answer to this joke? What do you get if you cross a pile of mud with a pig?

Who has the first card?

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Name

Date

Compound word jokes

1. Follow the path by highlighting the answers as your classmates identify them. Start *

The mockingbird is always mocking him.

A watchdog

He wanted to put out his heartburn.

They wanted to He wanted to play have a grasshopper. his eardrums.

A starfish

catfish

Because his He wanted to see snowshoes melted. the fishbowl. She wanted to have a copycat.

A globetrotter

fingernails

horseshoe

railway

The bookkeeper

seahorses

You create an uproar.

Finish * An anteater

It was a blueberry.

popcorn

A housefly

A bookworm

shoelace

The outside

ballroom

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tablecloth

A groundhog

backyard

blackberry

A bullfrog

spaceship

toenail

Because she was his sweetheart.

When you eat a watermelon.

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He didn’t want to get carsick.

storeroom

The foxtrot

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She wanted to hear her earring.

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She wanted to see a gumdrop.

He wanted a Playstation™.

teacup

Because he wanted to make a jellyfish.

In riverbanks

frostbite

headlight

A bellybutton

A website

milkshakes

microwaves

lawsuits

A rainbow

springtime

sunlight

countryside

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Making compound words

I have the first card.

I have cross.

Who has the word that can go in front of flower, light and stroke to make three compound words?

Who has the word that can go in front of land, work and made to make three compound words?

I have sun.

I have home.

Who has the word that can go in front of port, fare and line to make three compound words?

Who has the word that can go in front of band, ache and quarters to make three compound words?

 I have air.

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Who has the word that can go in front of thing, what and times to make three compound words?

 I have head.

Who has the word that can go in front of hold, fly and keeper to make three compound words?

I have some.

I have house.

Who has the word that can go in front of lids, glasses and balls to make three compound words?

Who has the word that can go in front of side, weed and shore to make three compound words?

I have eye.

I have sea.

Who has the word that can go in front of walk, road and bones to make three compound words?

Who has the word that can go in front of stone, box and paper to make three compound words?

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Making compound words

I have sand.

I have in.

Who has the word that can go in front of moon, bee and dew to make three compound words?

Who has the word that can go in front of thing, one and way to make three compound words?

I have honey.

I have any.

Who has the word that can go in front of pick, ache and paste to make three compound words?

Who has the word that can go in front of hand, stage and pack to make three compound words?

I have tooth.

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Who has the word that can go in front of bow, forest and coat to make three compound words?

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I have back.

Who has the word that can go in front of water, wear and ground to make three compound words?

I have rain.

I have under.

Who has the word that can go in front of power, natural and market to make three compound words?

Who has the word that can go in front of shelf, shop and worm to make three compound words?

I have super.

I have book.

Who has the word that can go in front of side, voice and stall to make three compound words?

Who has the word that can go in front of guard, boat and long to make three compound words?

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Making compound words

I have life.

I have car.

Who has the word that can go in front of head, finger and father to make three compound words?

Who has the word that can go in front of father, parent and child to make three compound words?

I have fore.

I have grand.

Who has the word that can go in front of day, horse and shop to make three compound words?

Who has the word that can go in front of line, show and step to make three compound words?

 I have work.

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Who has the word that can go in front of out, bird and berries to make three compound words?

 I have side.

Who has the word that can go in front of cast, print and paper to make three compound words?

I have black.

I have news.

Who has the word that can go in front of time, break and dream to make three compound words?

Who has the word that can go in front of flow, grown and head to make three compound words?

I have day.

I have over.

Who has the word that can go in front of sick, go and pet to make three compound words?

Who has the word that can go in front of worn, keeper and table to make three compound words?

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Making compound words

I have time.

I have foot.

Who has the word that can go in front of top, spoon and cloth to make three compound words?

Who has the word that can go in front of side, door and numbered to make three compound words?

I have table.

I have out.

Who has the word that can go in front of cake, bread and coming to make three compound words?

Who has the word that can go in front of stripe, hole and prick to make three compound words?

I have short.

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Who has the word that can go in front of pen, tail and skin to make three compound words?

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I have pin.

Who has the word that can go in front of horse, track and course to make three compound words?

I have pig.

I have race.

Who has the word that can go in front of fly, fighter and wood to make three compound words?

Who has the word that can go in front of time, pot and spoon to make three compound words?

I have fire.

I have tea.

Who has the word that can go in front of print, ball and step to make three compound words?

Who has the first card?

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Making compound words 1. As your classmates identify the answers, write the first part of each compound word in the boxes below from left to right and top to bottom.

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D

begins

and

begins

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(d)

begins

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(e)

begins

and

(f)

begins

and

(g)

begins

and

(h)

begins

and

(i)

begins

and

(j)

begins

and

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Nouns

I have the first card.

I have film.

Who has the noun in this sentence? Where is my new jacket?

Who has the noun in this sentence? The busy carpenter cut himself.

I have jacket.

I have carpenter.

Who has the noun in this sentence? That bee almost stung me!

Who has the noun in this sentence? I need to drink more water.

 I have bee.

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I have water.

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Who has the noun in this sentence? When does school start?

Who has the noun in this sentence? When does that huge plane leave?

I have school.

I have plane.

Who has the noun in this sentence? May I please have some more strawberries?

Who has the noun in this sentence? She watched the red balloon float away.

I have strawberries.

I have balloon.

Who has the noun in this sentence? The scary film was so fun to watch!

Who has the noun in this sentence? He raised his hand quickly.

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Nouns

I have hand.

I have calendar.

Who has the noun in this sentence? This crunchy cookie is delicious.

Who has the noun in this sentence? She tripped over her own shoe.

I have cookie.

I have shoe.

Who has the noun in this sentence? Where is your woollen glove?

Who has the noun in this sentence? That painting is crooked.

 I have glove.

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Who has the noun in this sentence? Who will take out the rubbish?

 I have painting.

Who has the noun in this sentence? It was so dark in the cave I nearly screamed!

I have rubbish.

I have cave.

Who has the noun in this sentence? I can’t find my information book.

Who has the noun in this sentence? Do you have enough money to buy it?

I have book.

I have money.

Who has the noun in this sentence? I bought a new calendar.

Who has the noun in this sentence? The tired farmer decided to rest.

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Nouns

I have farmer.

I have carrots.

Who has the noun in this sentence? Look at the speckled ducks flying up there.

Who has the noun in this sentence? The ancient tower is leaning.

I have ducks.

I have tower.

Who has the noun in this sentence? My new puppy is soft and cuddly.

Who has the noun in this sentence? The terrifying novel is thrilling to read.

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Sa m

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I have novel.

I have puppy.

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Who has the noun in this sentence? I love your new, fluffy carpet.

Who has the noun in this sentence? I see a red truck.

I have carpet.

I have truck.

Who has the noun in this sentence? The fabric is pink.

Who has the noun in this sentence? The comical clowns were funny.

I have fabric.

I have clowns.

Who has the noun in this sentence? Those fresh carrots are for me.

Who has the noun in this sentence? He dove into the deep pool.

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Nouns

I have pool.

I have dream.

Who has the noun in this sentence? The radio was broken.

Who has the noun in this sentence? The vacant house is ready to be sold.

I have radio.

I have house.

Who has the noun in this sentence? That cereal is too sugary for you to eat.

Who has the noun in this sentence? Where is the new cottage located?

I have cereal.

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Who has the noun in this sentence? What a terrific playhouse!

I have mouse.

I have playhouse.

Who has the noun in this sentence? The sports car sped away.

Who has the noun in this sentence: Her report was very good.

I have car.

I have report.

Who has the noun in this sentence? My dream was scary.

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1. As your classmates identify the answers, search for and highlight each noun in the wordsearch. Each new word is near its previous word. Words do not share letters and do not go backwards or diagonally. Clue: The first word is in the last column. o

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(a) baseball

(b) stove

(c) television

(d) animal

(e) watchstrap

(f) motor

(g) sign

(h) paper

(i) rabbit

(j) tower

(k) tree

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Adjectives

I have the first card.

I have broken.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? Is that your tiny doll’s house?

Who has the adjective in this sentence? The little girl loved her party.

I have tiny.

I have little.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? She loves her curly hair.

Who has the adjective in this sentence?

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The cuddly bunny is sleeping.

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Who has the adjective in this sentence? We drove carefully over the narrow bridge.

 I have cuddly.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? The train was slow.

I have narrow.

I have slow.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? The classroom was silent.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? He rode the noisy bus.

I have silent.

I have noisy.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? The broken glass was thrown away.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? There were crunchy cookies left.

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Adjectives

I have crunchy.

I have fluffy.

Who has the adjective in this sentence: She has many interesting books in her library.

Who has the adjective in this sentence: He ate the juicy apple.

I have interesting.

I have juicy.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? The damaged road was repaired.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? The nervous girl cried.

 I have damaged.

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Who has the adjective in this sentence? The dry air made me sneeze.

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I have nervous.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? A sticky lollipop is stuck to the shoe.

I have dry.

I have sticky.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? The petite girl shopped for a dress.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? What a mysterious letter he received!

I have petite.

I have mysterious.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? Her fluffy blanket is on the bed.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? The funny girl was telling jokes.

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Adjectives

I have funny.

I have screechy.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? Did you eat that stale bread?

Who has the adjective in this sentence? Did you see that foolish man?

I have stale.

I have foolish.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? What happened to the wicked witch?

Who has the adjective in this sentence? Is that the courageous boy who saved the puppy?

I have wicked.

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Who has the adjective in this sentence? She saw the massive castle on her tour.

 I have courageous.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? Who made this tasty spaghetti?

I have massive.

I have tasty.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? The empty box was recycled.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? I spread melted butter on the potato.

I have empty.

I have melted.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? The sound of the screechy tyres scared the baby.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? The angry wasp stung the boy.

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Adjectives

I have angry.

I have loose.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? The crooked line was hard to trace.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? There was a strong odour coming from the rubbish bin.

I have crooked.

I have strong.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? Have you been inside that creepy house?

Who has the adjective in this sentence? The hungry cat ate the food.

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Who has the adjective in this sentence? The late bus finally arrived.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? The confused student wisely asked for help.

I have late.

I have confused.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? The spicy sauce burned her mouth.

Who has the adjective in this sentence? I dropped the greasy bacon on the floor.

I have spicy.

I have greasy.

Who has the adjective in this question? Have you seen my loose tooth?

Who has the first card?

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Verbs

I have the first card.

I have landed.

Who has the verb in this sentence? We climbed that tree over there.

Who has the verb in this sentence? Rob designed that robot all by himself.

I have climbed.

I have designed.

Who has the verb in this sentence? I bought a milkshake.

Who has the verb in this sentence? Mario freezes the water.

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Who has the verb in this sentence? Dad drives me to school.

Who has the verb in this sentence? Callum escaped.

I have drives.

I have escaped.

Who has the verb in this sentence?

Who has the verb in this sentence? My magazine subscription expires next month.

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The glass broke on Sunday.

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I have broke.

I have expires.

Who has the verb in this sentence? The aeroplane landed at Gate 4B.

Who has the verb in this sentence? She should recover from the flu in a few days.

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Verbs

I have recover.

I have rode.

Who has the verb in this sentence? The penguins waddled to the water.

Who has the verb in this sentence? I come to school every day.

I have waddled.

I have come.

Who has the verb in this sentence?

Who has the verb in this sentence? Maria hung from the bars for one minute.

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Who has the verb in this sentence? The boys wandered through the forest.

 I have hung.

Who has the verb in this sentence? The museum purchased the original picture.

I have wandered.

I have purchased.

Who has the verb in this sentence? The midfielder passed the ball.

Who has the verb in this sentence? The vines are creeping up the wall.

I have passed.

I have are creeping.

Who has the verb in this sentence?

Who has the verb in this sentence? He will retire in June.

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Verbs

I have will retire.

I have examined.

Who has the verb in this sentence? Peter invented an interesting contraption.

Who has the verb in this sentence? Now retell the story from the very beginning.

I have invented.

I have retell.

Who has the verb in this sentence? Nesta compares frogs to toads.

Who has the verb in this sentence? She adopted her new dog from a shelter.

I have compares.

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Who has the verb in this sentence? Yin translated this letter for me.

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I have adopted.

Who has the verb in this sentence? He listed the groceries in alphabetical order.

I have translated.

I have listed.

Who has the verb in this sentence? I choose my own clothes in the morning.

Who has the verb in this sentence? She built the model aeroplane all by herself.

I have choose.

I have built.

Who has the verb in this sentence? The doctor examined the sick patient.

Who has the verb in this sentence? They debated the topics for hours.

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Verbs

I have debated.

I have will discuss.

Who has the verb in this sentence? The man owns several businesses.

Who has the verb in this sentence? Next, draw a diagram of the information.

I have owns.

I have draw.

Who has the verb in this sentence? The company employs 2000 workers.

Who has the verb in this sentence? Now you can trace the picture carefully.

I have employs.

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Who has the verb in this sentence? She interviewed for the job last week.

 I have trace.

Who has the verb in this sentence? You deserve a reward.

I have interviewed.

I have deserve.

Who has the verb in this sentence? Please calculate the total cost for me.

Who has the verb in this sentence? He estimated the number of marbles in the jar.

I have calculate.

I have estimated.

Who has the verb in this sentence? I will discuss the topics for your reports.

Who has the first card?

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1. Follow the path by highlighting the answers as your classmates identify them. climbed

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Adverbs

I have the first card.

I have neatly.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? He kindly shared his last chocolate brownie.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? He suddenly fell off his new skateboard.

I have kindly.

I have suddenly.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? They read their books quietly in the warm tent.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? The dog lazily napped on the bed.

I have quietly.

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Who has the adverb in this sentence? She truthfully told of how she lost her homework.

 I have lazily.

Who has the adverb in this question? Did you accidentally drop that expensive vase?

I have truthfully.

I have accidentally.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? The child foolishly put the dirty spoon in her mouth.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? She solved puzzles daily to keep her mind strong.

I have foolishly.

I have daily.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? The blue sheets were neatly put away.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? Did you see how he selfishly used the last stamp?

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Adverbs

I have selfishly.

I have far.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? She warmly thanked her friend for the unexpected gift.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? Can you believe that I rarely watch television?

I have warmly.

I have rarely.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? They arrived safely home from their trip.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? The coach spoke loudly so the players could hear him.

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I have safely.

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Who has the adverb in this sentence? During her family holiday she was feeling really sick.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? The snail cautiously crossed the path.

I have really.

I have cautiously.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? He was nervously tapping his fingers on the table.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? He correctly answered the difficult question.

I have nervously.

I have correctly.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? They drove far across the vast plain.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? She calmly listened to his argument.

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Adverbs

I have calmly.

I have often.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? Her dress flowed elegantly across the dance floor.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? They politely said they were not hungry.

I have elegantly.

I have politely.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? He cheerfully accepted his new job.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? She brushed her dog’s hair gently.

I have cheerfully.

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Who has the adverb in this sentence? Did you notice how thoughtfully she wrote that letter?

 I have gently.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? It’s amazing how the twins seldom argue.

I have thoughtfully.

I have seldom.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? He ate less for breakfast yesterday.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? The code was successfully broken.

I have less.

I have successfully.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? Do you thank your family often?

Who has the adverb in this sentence? They opened the door carefully.

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Adverbs

I have carefully.

I have violently.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? They briefly played on the slide during break.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? He almost won first prize.

I have briefly.

I have almost.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? They arrived at school promptly on their first day.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? Mrs Smith fairly gave each pupil the same number of stickers.

I have promptly.

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Who has the adverb in this sentence? They obediently followed the school rules.

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I have fairly.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? Did you see how gracefully the ballerinas moved?

I have obediently.

I have gracefully.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? Can you believe how rudely they asked for more pudding?

Who has the adverb in this sentence? They sadly admitted to what they had done.

I have rudely.

I have sadly.

Who has the adverb in this sentence? The waves crashed violently on the shore.

Who has the first card?

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Collective nouns

I have the first card.

I have a flock.

Who has a group of ants?

Who has a group of buffalo?

I have a colony.

I have a herd.

Who has a group of leopards?

Who has a group of cats?

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I have a clowder.

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Who has a group of mice?

Who has a group of wild dogs?

I have a nest.

I have a pack.

Who has a group of bees?

Who has a group of fish?

I have a swarm.

I have a school.

Who has a group of birds?

Who has a group of geese?

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Collective nouns

I have a gaggle.

I have a galaxy.

Who has a group of gnats?

Who has a group of ships?

I have a horde.

I have a fleet.

Who has a group of horses?

Who has a group of mountains?

 I have a stable.

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Who has a group of clams?

 I have a range.

Who has a group of lions?

I have a bed.

I have a pride.

Who has a group of performers?

Who has a group of whales?

I have a troupe.

I have a pod.

Who has a group of stars?

Who has a group of soldiers?

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Collective nouns

I have a platoon.

I have a crowd.

Who has a group of trucks?

Who has a group of stairs?

I have a convoy.

I have a flight.

Who has a group of islands?

Who has a group of books?

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I have a library.

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Who has a group of students?

Who has a group of computers?

I have a class.

I have a network.

Who has a group of athletes?

Who has a group of cards?

I have a team.

I have a deck.

Who has a group of onlookers?

Who has a group of scones?

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Collective nouns

I have a batch.

I have a quiver.

Who has a group of camels?

Who has a group of keys?

I have a caravan.

I have a ring.

Who has a group of jewels?

Who has a group of penguins?

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Who has a group of sailors?

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Who has a group of experts?

I have a crew.

I have a panel.

Who has a group of handpicked flowers?

Who has a group of tasks?

I have a bouquet.

I have an agenda.

Who has a group of arrows?

Who has the first card?

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Tenses: Past, present or future?

I have the first card.

I have the sentence: Are the cookies burning?

Who has a sentence about a baby with a past tense verb?

Who has a sentence about a table with a past tense verb?

I have the sentence: The baby cried.

I have the sentence: The leg of the table broke during dinner.

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Who has a sentence about fruit with a future tense verb?

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I have the sentence: They are playing football at the park.

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Who has a sentence about a holiday with a future tense verb?

I have the sentence: The oranges will be ripe in two weeks.

Who has a sentence about a lake with a present tense verb?

I have the sentence: I will be leaving for my holiday next week.

I have the sentence: The waves on the lake are so smooth.

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Who has a sentence about socks with a past tense verb?

Who has a sentence about rabbits with a past tense verb?

I have the sentence: I lost my socks last week at camp.

I have the sentence: It all started three months ago with two rabbits. Who has a sentence about camping with a future tense verb?

Who has a sentence about cookies with a present tense verb?

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Tenses: Past, present or future?

I have the sentence: They will be coming home from the camping trip. Who has a sentence about a barbecue with a present tense verb?

I have the sentence: Will your baby be a boy or a girl?

I have the sentence: Why are there so many ants on the barbecue?

I have the sentence: The apples were picked last week.

Who has a sentence about fruit with a past tense verb?

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Who has a sentence about rabbits with a present tense verb?

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I have the sentence: The turtle won the race.

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Who has a sentence about a turtle with a past tense verb?

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Who has a sentence about a broken arm with a future tense verb?

I have the sentence: We have seven pet rabbits.

Who has a sentence about a broken arm with a past tense verb?

I have the sentence: You will break your arm if you climb that mountain! Who has a sentence about a trip with a present tense verb?

I have the sentence: He broke his arm when he fell off the mountain. Who has a sentence about biscuits with a future tense verb?

I have the sentence: This is the best holiday I have ever had! Who has a sentence about a baby with a future tense verb?

I have the sentence: The biscuits will be ready in five minutes. Who has a sentence about a holiday with a past tense verb?

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Tenses: Past, present or future?

I have the sentence: We took so many pictures of our holiday. Who has a sentence about socks with a future tense verb?

I have the sentence: We found the lake last year while on holiday. Who has a sentence about football with a future tense verb?

I have the sentence: The new socks will be ordered from the internet company. Who has a sentence about camping with a past tense verb?

I have the sentence: We will play your football team next week. Who has a sentence about a broken arm with a present tense verb?

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I have the sentence: They left early this morning to go camping. Who has a sentence about a table with a future tense verb?

I have the sentence: The doctor is placing the boy’s broken arm in a cast. Who has a sentence about a picnic with a future tense verb?

I have the sentence: The table will be used for the family dinner. Who has a sentence about a turtle with a present tense verb?

I have the sentence: Will our next-door neighbours go on the picnic, too? Who has a sentence about camping with a present tense verb?

I have the sentence: Look, is that really a turtle trying to cross the road? Who has a sentence about a lake with a past tense verb?

I have the sentence: Are you enjoying your first camping trip? Who has a sentence about fruit with a present tense verb?

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Tenses: Past, present or future?

I have the sentence: Please pass the apples.

I have the sentence: The lake will be closed for the winter. Who has a sentence about a table with a present tense verb?

Who has a sentence about rabbits with a future tense verb?

I have the sentence: The baby rabbits should be born in the next few days.

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I have the sentence: The table looks so lovely tonight. Who has a sentence about socks with a present tense verb?

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I have the sentence: The ants were all over the picnic table! Who has a sentence about a baby with a present tense verb?

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Who has a sentence about a picnic with a past tense verb?

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I have the sentence: Both of my socks have holes in them! Who has a sentence about a turtle with a future tense verb?

I have a sentence: My baby is a girl.

I have the sentence: The turtle should cross the road by noon.

Who has a sentence about biscuits with a past tense verb?

Who has a sentence about football with a past tense verb?

I have the sentence: She accidentally burned the biscuits.

I have the sentence: My team won the football game.

Who has a sentence about a lake with a future tense verb?

Who has the first card?

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Tenses: Past, present or future? 1. Follow the path by highlighting the sentences as your classmates identify them.

He broke his arm when he fell off the mountain.

The biscuits will be ready in five minutes.

The apples were picked last week.

She went shopping last night.

We took so many pictures of our holiday.

Will your baby be a boy or a girl?

This is the best holiday I have ever had!

The new socks will be ordered from the internet company.

The turtle won the race.

You will break your arm if you climb that mountain!

They left early this morning to go camping.

Why are there so many ants on the barbecue?

They will be coming home from the camping trip.

The table will be used for the family dinner.

The waves on the lake are so smooth.

It all started three months ago with two rabbits.

Look, is that really a turtle trying to cross the road?

The oranges will be ripe in two weeks.

The leg of the table broke during dinner.

We found the lake last year while on holiday.

Are the cookies burning?

We will play your football team next week.

I lost my socks last week at camp.

The doctor is placing the boy’s broken arm in a cast.

I will be leaving for my holiday next week.

Will our next-door neighbours go on the picnic, too?

Where will your cruise ship go?

This hamburger is delicious.

Are you enjoying your first camping trip?

The ants were all over the picnic table!

The baby rabbits should be born in the next few days.

Please pass the apples.

My baby is a girl.

She accidentally burned the biscuits.

I am working on my project.

She ate all of her vegetables.

The lake will be closed for the winter.

We will go to the zoo tomorrow.

Both of my socks have holes in them!

The table looks so lovely tonight.

They donated cans to the food bank.

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The baby cried.

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We have seven pet rabbits.

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They are playing football at the park.

The turtle should cross the road by noon.

Finish * My team won the football game.

They will be eating at the restaurant around the corner.

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Prefixes and suffixes

I have the first card.

I have post-, which means ‘after’.

Who has the prefix in automatic?

Who has the prefix in bicycle?

I have auto-, which means ‘self’.

I have bi-, which means ‘two’. Who has the prefix in sympathy?

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I have inter-, which means ‘between’.

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Who has the prefix in interact?

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Who has the prefix in depart?

I have sym-, which means ‘together’. Who has the prefix in disagree?

I have de-, which means ‘from’.

I have dis-, which means ‘not’.

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Who has the prefix in export?

Who has the prefix in biology?

I have ex-, which means ‘out’.

I have bio-, which means ‘life’.

Who has the prefix in postpone?

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I have un-, which means ‘not’. Who has the prefix in irregular?

I have sub-, which means ‘under’.

I have ir-, which means ‘not’.

I have contra-, which means ‘against’.

Who has the prefix in polygon?

Who has the prefix in contradict?

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Who has the prefix in malnutrition?

I have mal-, which means ‘bad’.

Who has the prefix in monopoly?

Who has the prefix in telephone?

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I have poly-, which means ‘many’.

I have mono-, which means ‘one’.

I have tele-, which means ‘at a distance’.

Who has the prefix in microscope?

Who has the prefix in recall?

I have micro-, which means ‘small’.

I have re-, which means ‘again’.

Who has the prefix in submarine?

Who has the prefix in transport?

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Prefixes and suffixes

I have trans-, which means ‘across’.

I have mis-, which means ‘wrong’.

Who has the prefix in preview?

Who has the prefix in imperfect?

I have pre-, which means ‘before’.

I have im-, which means ‘not’. Who has the prefix in triangle?

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I have photo-, which means ‘produced by light’.

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Who has the prefix in photograph?

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Who has the prefix in indirect?

I have tri-, which means ‘three’.

Who has the prefix in coexist?

I have in-, which means ‘not’.

I have co-, which means ‘together’.

Who has the prefix in obstruct?

Who has the prefix in supervisor?

I have ob-, which means ‘against’.

I have super-, which means ‘above’.

Who has the prefix in misunderstanding?

Who has the prefix in centimetre?

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Prefixes and suffixes

I have centi-, which means ‘hundred’.

I have -ist, which means ‘one who does something’.

Who has the suffix in comfortable?

Who has the suffix in arachnophobia?

I have -able, which means ‘able to be’ or ‘capable’.

I have -phobia, which means ‘fear of’.

Who has the suffix in doctor?

Who has the suffix in hardest?

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I have -or, which means ‘a person who does something’.

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Who has the suffix in biology?

I have -est, which means ‘the highest when comparing things’.

Who has the suffix in beautify?

I have -ology, which means ‘the study of something’.

I have -ify, which means ‘to make’.

Who has the suffix in careless?

Who has the suffix in teacher?

I have -less, which means ‘without’.

I have -er, which means ‘one who does something’.

Who has the suffix in artist?

Who has the first card?

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Name

Date

Prefixes and suffixes 1. As your classmates identify the answers, write the prefix or suffix for each word in the boxes below from left to right and top to bottom.

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2. Write the prefixes and suffixes from Column D. Match each prefix and suffix with its meaning from the box below. means

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Greek and Latin roots

I have the first card.

I have ject, which means ‘to throw’. Who has the root in repel?

I have spect, which means ‘to see’.

I have pel, which means ‘to drive’.

Who has the root in parasol?

Who has the root in import?

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I have sol, which means ‘sun’.

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Who has the root in retrospect?

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Who has the root in predict?

I have port, which means ‘to carry’.

Who has the root in describe?

I have dict, which means ‘to say’.

I have scribe, which means ‘to write’.

Who has the root in progress?

Who has the root in extract?

I have gress, which means ‘to walk’.

I have tract, which means ‘to pull’.

Who has the root in inject?

Who has the root in divert?

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I have vert, which means ‘to turn’.

I have chron, which means ‘time’.

Who has the root in pendulum?

Who has the root in philharmonic?

I have pend, which means ‘to hang’.

I have phil, which means ‘to love’.

Who has the root in monochrome?

Who has the root in sympathy?

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I have chrome, which means ‘colour’.

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Who has the root in democracy?

I have path, which means ‘feeling’ or ‘suffering’.

Who has the root in audible?

I have demo, which means ‘people’.

I have audi, which means ‘to hear’.

Who has the root in phonics?

Who has the root in transmit?

I have phon, which means ‘sound’.

I have mit, which means ‘to send’.

Who has the root in chronicle?

Who has the root in fracture?

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Greek and Latin roots

I have fract, which means ‘break’.

I have cent, which means ‘one hundred’.

Who has the root in remember?

Who has the root in visor?

I have mem, which means ‘keep in mind’.

I have vis, which means ‘to see’.

Who has the root in pedestrian?

Who has the root in thermos?

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I have ped, which means ‘foot’.

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Who has the root in liberate?

I have therm, which means ‘heat’.

Who has the root in astronaut?

I have liber, which means ‘to free’.

I have astro, which means ‘stars’ or ‘space’.

Who has the root in creation?

Who has the root in paragraph?

I have creat, which means ‘to make’.

I have graph, which means ‘writing’.

Who has the root in percent?

Who has the root in conjunction?

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Greek and Latin roots

I have junc, which means ‘to join’.

I have par, which means ‘equality’.

Who has the root in dermatologist?

Who has the root in vital?

I have derm, which means ‘skin’.

I have vit, which means ‘life’. Who has the root in telescope?

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I have ambi, which means ‘both’.

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Who has the root in ambidextrous?

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Who has the root in monarchy?

I have tele, which means ‘far away’.

Who has the root in vacuum?

I have arch, which means ‘rule’.

I have vac, which means ‘empty’.

Who has the root in juror?

Who has the root in volunteer?

I have jur, which means ‘law’ or ‘justice’.

I have vol, which means ‘will’.

Who has the root in compare?

Who has the first card?

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Greek and Latin roots 1. As your classmates identify the answers, write the root for each word in the boxes below from left to right and top to bottom.

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Base words

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I have the first card.

I have test.

Who has the base word in unbelievable?

Who has the base word in cooperate?

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I have believe.

I have operate.

Who has the base word in biweekly?

Who has the base word in abnormal?

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I have normal.

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Who has the base word in unopened?

Who has the base word in unicycle?

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I have open.

I have cycle.

Who has the base word in misunderstanding?

Who has the base word in bravest?

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I have understand.

I have brave.

Who has the base word in protest?

Who has the base word in driven?

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Base words

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I have drive.

I have migrate.

Who has the base word in arrived?

Who has the base word in prejudge?

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I have arrive.

I have judge.

Who has the base word in strongest?

Who has the base word in redirect?

! I have strong.

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Who has the base word in cracking?

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! I have direct.

Who has the base word in enlighten?

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I have crack.

I have light.

Who has the base word in smartest?

Who has the base word in displease?

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I have smart.

I have please.

Who has the base word in migration?

Who has the base word in antitoxin?

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Base words

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I have toxin.

I have throne.

Who has the base word in automobile?

Who has the base word in reappear?

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I have mobile.

I have appear.

Who has the base word in defrost?

Who has the base word in triangle?

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! I have frost.

I have angle.

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Who has the base word in exchange?

Who has the base word in unhappy?

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I have change.

I have happy.

Who has the base word in interact?

Who has the base word in prepaid?

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I have act.

I have paid.

Who has the base word in enthrone?

Who has the base word in misspell?

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Base words

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I have spell.

I have refuse.

Who has the base word in imperfect?

Who has the base word in baker?

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I have perfect.

I have bake.

Who has the base word in refresh?

Who has the base word in wisdom?

! I have fresh.

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Who has the base word in submarine?

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! I have wise.

Who has the base word in dependent?

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I have marine.

I have depend.

Who has the base word in empower?

Who has the base word in worker?

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I have power.

I have work.

Who has the base word in refusal?

Who has the first card?

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Base words

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1. As your classmates identify the answers, search and highlight each base word in the wordsearch. Each new word is near the previous word. Words do not share letters and do not go backwards or diagonally. Clue: The first word is in the twelfth row. t

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(a) date

(b) do

(c) agree

(d) happy

(e) comfort

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Alphabetical order

I have mend.

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: barley, backbone, bat?

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: shelf, stove, shell?

I have backbone.

I have shelf.

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: bat, barn, bag?

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: lack, lady, law?

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I have bag.

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I have the first card.

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: fudge, false, feed?

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Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: declare, dog, dare?

I have lack.

I have dare.

I have false.

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: dog, doughnut, doll?

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: mud, move, more?

I have dog.

I have more.

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: mill, mend, more?

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: shovel, shell, shin?

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Alphabetical order

I have mill.

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: cover, code, cup?

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: loft, lunch, love?

I have code.

I have loft.

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: loft, law, lift?

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: drip, drop, dent?

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I have shell.

I have law.

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: fought, fight, fine?

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Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: stove, supper, stunt?

I have dent.

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I have stove.

I have fight.

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: felt, feed, fight?

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: cup, cover, cut?

I have feed.

I have cover.

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: mitt, mill, miss?

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: dull, drip, drove?

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Alphabetical order

I have waste.

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: lodge, long, lunge?

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: like, lift, little?

I have lodge.

I have lift.

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: clap, chew, crate?

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: guard, garden, glue?

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I have chew.

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Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: tray, treat, trunk?

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Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: tower, toe, tray?

I have garden.

I have toe.

I have tray.

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: happy, hip, hat?

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: wheat, water, world?

I have happy.

I have water.

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: water, waste, white?

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: lung, long, loop?

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Alphabetical order

I have jar.

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: coat, clap, coast?

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: chat, chase, choose?

I have clap.

I have chase.

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: trust, treat, trim?

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: white, wheat, wool?

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I have long.

I have wheat.

I have treat.

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: choose, chunk, chore?

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Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: goat, glue, gust?

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I have glue.

I have choose.

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: hunt, hip, hop?

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: joke, junk, jolly?

I have hip.

I have joke.

Who has the word that comes first in alphabetical order: jar, joke, jug?

Who has the first card?

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Alphabetical order 1. Follow the path by highlighting the answers as your classmates identify them.

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more

shell

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Rhyme time – 1

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I have the first card.

I have divided.

Who has the word that rhymes with maid?

Who has the word that rhymes with trim?

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I have played.

I have grim.

Who has the word that rhymes with spent?

Who has the word that rhymes with attending?

q I have represent.

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Who has the word that rhymes with shook?

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I have lending.

Who has the word that rhymes with speech?

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I have brook.

I have each.

Who has the word that rhymes with essential?

Who has the word that rhymes with throat?

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I have residential.

I have promote.

Who has the word that rhymes with decided?

Who has the word that rhymes with duty?

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Rhyme time – 1

q

I have beauty.

I have dew.

Who has the word that rhymes with sweep?

Who has the word that rhymes with request?

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I have sheep.

I have pressed.

Who has the word that rhymes with learn?

Who has the word that rhymes with cotton?

q I have concern.

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Who has the word that rhymes with rough?

q I have forgotten.

Who has the word that rhymes with knees?

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I have puff.

I have sneeze.

Who has the word that rhymes with wool?

Who has the word that rhymes with hurt?

q

q

I have full.

I have convert.

Who has the word that rhymes with view?

Who has the word that rhymes with knee?

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I have disagree.

I have dizzy.

Who has the word that rhymes with round?

Who has the word that rhymes with vault?

q

q

I have astound.

I have default.

Who has the word that rhymes with dollar?

Who has the word that rhymes with gear?

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q I have scholar.

I have souvenir.

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Who has the word that rhymes with murky?

Who has the word that rhymes with smarter?

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I have turkey.

I have charter.

Who has the word that rhymes with worry?

Who has the word that rhymes with shirt?

q

q

I have hurry.

I have squirt.

Who has the word that rhymes with busy?

Who has the word that rhymes with sleeve?

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I have deceive.

I have caboose.

Who has the word that rhymes with trail?

Who has the word that rhymes with legal?

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q

I have inhale.

I have eagle.

Who has the word that rhymes with partake?

Who has the word that rhymes with invention?

q I have shake.

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Who has the word that rhymes with harsh?

q I have attention.

Who has the word that rhymes with feature?

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I have marsh.

I have creature.

Who has the word that rhymes with master?

Who has the word that rhymes with prune?

q

q

I have disaster.

I have baboon.

Who has the word that rhymes with juice?

Who has the first card?

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_e_i_e__ia_

_i_i_e_

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_eau__

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_o_ce__

_u__

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_i_a____

a_tou__

_cho_a_

_u_k__

_u___

_i__y

_efau__

_ou_e_ir

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__ui__

_ecei__

i__a__

s__k_

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rhymes with

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(c)

rhymes with

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(d)

rhymes with

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(e)

rhymes with

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(f)

rhymes with

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(g)

rhymes with

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(h)

rhymes with

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(i)

rhymes with

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(j)

rhymes with

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I have the first card.

I have coarse sauce.

Who has a clever organ?

Who has a tardy argument?

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I have a smart heart.

I have a late debate.

Who has a unique duo?

Who has an animal trainer?

g I have a rare pair.

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Who has sleepy wood?

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I have a creature teacher. Who has the sea’s magic formula?

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I have slumber lumber.

I have an ocean potion.

Who has an unhappy father?

Who has a group of fuzzy letters?

g

g

I have a sad dad.

I have a blurred word.

Who has rough gravy?

Who has icy metal?

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I have cold gold.

I have a thrown stone.

Who has a torn play?

Who has a joking cloth?

g

g

I have a ripped script.

I have a gag rag.

Who has a speedy present?

Who has a hurting entrance?

g I have a swift gift.

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Who has a pleasing rhythm?

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I have a sore door.

Who has an unhappy boy?

g

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I have a neat beat.

I have a sad lad.

Who has a magical iguana?

Who has a tardy worm?

g

g

I have a wizard lizard.

I have late bait.

Who has a tossed pebble?

Who has a sugary steak?

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I have sweet meat.

I have city pity.

Who has a dark bag?

Who has a terrific musical group?

g

g

I have a black sack.

I have a grand band.

Who has a nightmare yell?

Who has a mean sword fight?

g I have a dream scream.

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Who has bathing time?

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g I have a cruel duel.

Who has an empty bird?

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I have shower hour.

I have a hollow swallow.

Who has an obese feline?

Who has a tiny hive dweller?

g

g

I have a fat cat.

I have a wee bee.

Who has a big town’s sympathy?

Who has a gooey robber

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I have a slime crime.

I have a brave save.

Who has a tidy female monarch?

Who has a rodent home?

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I have a clean queen.

I have a mouse house.

Who has a fiery pan?

Who has a red facial part?

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g I have a hot pot.

I have a rose nose.

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Who has a diamond’s energy?

Who has a wet light?

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I have jewel fuel.

I have a damp lamp.

Who has the broken truth?

Who has a wooden sign?

g

g

I have the cracked fact.

I have a bark plaque.

Who has a courageous rescue?

Who has the first card?

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clean queen

hot pot

jewel fuel

mowed road

wee bee

slime crime

brave save

cracked fact

Finish* bark plaque

hollow swallow

cruel duel

mouse house

rose nose

damp lamp

bear stare

grand band

shower hour

dream scream

black sack

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city pity

fat cat

smart heart

squid kid

rare pair

ripped script

slumber lumber

cold gold

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sweet meat

ghost toast

noodle poodle

late bait

swift gift

neat beat

sad lad

blurred word

wizard lizard

sore door

ocean potion

thrown stone

gag rag

creature teacher

blessed test

plain train

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coarse sauce

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S

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I have the first card.

I have the sentence: It’s time for a lunch break.

Who has a sentence with pet used differently than in this sentence? I have a pet rabbit.

Who has a sentence with point used differently than in this sentence? That pencil has a very sharp point.

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I have the sentence: We like to pet puppies.

I have the sentence: It’s rude to point at people.

Who has a sentence with post used differently than in this sentence? My teacher will post the marks on the door.

Who has a sentence with crack used differently than in this sentence? There was a crack in the ceiling.

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I have the sentence: He pounded the post deep into the ground.

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S

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Who has a sentence with pack used differently than in this sentence? The pack of wolves was sleeping.

I have the sentence: I’ll help you crack the walnuts.

Who has a sentence with taste used differently than in this sentence? You have terrific taste in furniture.

S

I have the sentence: I need to pack my suitcase for the trip.

I have the sentence: How does the pasta taste?

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Who has a sentence with colour used differently than in this sentence? Blue is my favourite colour.

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Who has a sentence with spring used differently than in this sentence? I broke the spring on this trampoline.

S

S

I have the sentence: She will colour her hair light pink.

I have the sentence: It’s time to spring out of bed!

Who has a sentence with break used differently than in this sentence? What did you break now?

Who has a sentence with place used differently than in this sentence? Please place your homework in the basket.

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I have the sentence: Where is his new place located?

I have the sentence: I taught my ferret how to roll over.

Who has a sentence with store used differently than in this sentence? This new box is where you’ll store your toys.

Who has a sentence with master used differently than in this sentence? He is a master at scientific experiments.

S

S

I have the sentence: The farmer’s grain store is empty.

I have the sentence: It takes hard work to master a skill.

Who has a sentence with snap used differently than in this sentence? The ruler will snap if you bend it.

Who has a sentence with report used differently than in this sentence? Your report is due Monday.

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S

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I have the sentence: I’ll have your car repaired in a snap. Who has a sentence with raise used differently than in this sentence? She asked her boss for a raise.

S

I have the sentence: You need to report your grades to your mother. Who has a sentence with cut used differently than in this sentence? We cut out the pictures from that magazine.

S

I have the sentence: Who would like to raise the flag?

I have the sentence: He had a cut on his toe.

Who has a sentence with fool used differently than in this sentence? It’s not nice to fool your little sister.

Who has a sentence with fire used differently than in this sentence? The manager had to fire the employee.

S

S

I have the sentence: I acted like such a fool.

I have the sentence: Where is the wood for the fire?

Who has a sentence with roll used differently than in this question? Would you like butter for your roll?

Who has a sentence with shape used differently than in this sentence? This shape is a hexagon.

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S

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S

S

I have the sentence: Cara tried to shape the clay into a vase. Who has a sentence with track used differently than in this sentence? He was trying to track how much money he spent each month.

I have the sentence: The boat was supposed to float. Who has a sentence with flew used differently than in this sentence? Jess often flew off the handle very easily.

S

S

I have the sentence: They ran three laps around the track. Who has a sentence with bend used differently than in this sentence? Her house was just around the bend in the road.

I have the sentence: The birds flew south for the summer.

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I have the sentence: Try not to bend the edges of the book. Who has a sentence with corner used differently than in this sentence? In the wild, some animals try to corner their prey.

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S

Who has a sentence with soil used differently than in this sentence? Try not to soil your new clothes during break.

I have the sentence: The roses grew tall in the welldrained soil.

Who has a sentence with string used differently than in this sentence? The guitar string broke.

S

I have the sentence: Her desk was in the corner of her room. Who has a sentence with shine used differently than in this sentence? There was a shine on the car window because it was so clean.

I have the sentence: Mia has to string beads to make a necklace. Who has a sentence with pumps used differently than in this sentence? Tina’s mum bought a new pair of pumps to match her ballet costume.

S

S

I have the sentence: Would you like me to shine your shoes?

I have the sentence: The water pumps are out of order.

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Who has a sentence with float used differently than in this sentence? The well-lit float looked spectacular in the night parade.

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I have the sentence: You should brush your teeth every day.

I have the sentence: I trust you to keep a secret.

Who has a sentence with bowl used differently than in this sentence? I want to have a birthday party where we can bowl.

Who has a sentence with root used differently than in this sentence? You need to get to the root of the problem.

S

S

I have the sentence: I placed a bowl of fruit on the table.

I have the sentence: The tree root was growing under the pathway. Who has a sentence with fast used differently than in this sentence? He had to fast for 12 hours before his operation.

pl

Sa m

Who has a sentence with patch used differently than in this sentence? Do you see that patch of roses over there?

e

S

S

S

I have the sentence: Look at how fast he can bowl!

Who has a sentence with share used differently than in this sentence? That is your share of the sweets.

Who has a sentence with bat used differently than in this sentence? A cricketer needs a good bat.

ew

in g

I have the sentence: I need a tailor to patch these jeans.

S

I have the sentence: Will you share those biscuits with me? Who has a sentence with mouse used differently than in this sentence? Jenna bought a new wireless mouse for her laptop.

I have the sentence: A bat flew out of the cave. Who has a sentence with tip used differently than in this sentence? Only the very tip of an iceberg can be seen above the water.

S

S

I have the sentence: There was a mouse in the garage.

I have the sentence: Try not to tip over the chessboard.

Who has a sentence with trust used differently than in this sentence? Peter’s nanna kept money in a trust fund for when he was older.

Who has the first card?

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Date

Multiple-meaning words – 1 1. Follow the path by highlighting the sentences as your classmates identify them.

S

I need to pack my suitcase for the trip.

She will colour her hair light pink.

We like to pet puppies.

He pounded the post deep into the ground.

It’s time for a lunch break.

It’s time to spring out of bed!

How does the pasta taste?

It’s rude to point at people.

Where is his new place located?

The farmer’s grain store is empty.

I’ll help you crack the walnuts.

Are you ready for me to deal the cards?

I’ll have your car repaired in a snap.

Who would like to raise the flag?

Did you dress the baby?

He put a dark finish on the wood cabinet.

They ran three laps around the track.

Cara tried to shape the clay into a vase.

I taught my ferret how to roll over.

Try not to bend the edges of the book.

Where is the wood for the fire?

It takes hard work to master a skill.

Her desk was in the corner of her room.

He had a cut on his toe.

You need to report your marks to your mother.

Would you like me to shine your shoes?

The boat was supposed to float.

It’s smart to face your fears.

The birds flew south for the summer.

The roses grew tall in the welldrained soil.

I acted like such a fool.

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She needed to fast for two days.

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The water pumps are out of order.

Mia has to string the beads to make a necklace.

I placed a bowl of fruit on the table.

I need a tailor to patch these jeans.

Did you set the chickens free?

Is the car in gear?

Will you share those biscuits with me?

Keep your eyes peeled for the sign.

I trust you to keep a secret.

There was a mouse in the garage.

She tried to reason with her father.

The tree root was growing under the pathway.

The shirt was wrinkled, so she needed to press it.

Please play that note on your piano.

Look at how fast he can bowl!

A bat flew out of the cave.

Finish * Try not to tip over the chessboard.

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You should brush your teeth every day.

2. Look at the boxes you did not highlight. List the multiple-meaning word in each sentence. (a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

(h)

(i)

(j)

(k)

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Q

I have the first card.

I have the sentence: Did you flush the toilet?

Who has a sentence with accent used differently than in this sentence? His accent was very European.

Who has a sentence with game used differently than in this sentence? They hunted game in the forest.

Q

I have the sentence: I like how you chose to accent the colours in your bedspread.

I have the sentence: Which game would you like to play first? Who has a sentence with face used differently than in this sentence? You need to face your fears.

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Sa m

Who has a sentence with change used differently than in this sentence? How much change is in your wallet?

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Q

Q

I have the sentence: You need to change your shoes.

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Who has a sentence with free used differently than in this sentence? The court decided to free the man.

Q

I have the sentence: The baby has apple sauce all over his face. Who has a sentence with find used differently than in this sentence? She knew it was a good find at the closing down sale.

Q

I have the sentence: The sign said, ‘Buy one, get one free’.

I have the sentence: Can you find the street on the map?

Who has a sentence with form used differently than in this sentence? Write your name on this line of the form.

Who has a sentence with application used differently than in this sentence? He filled out the job application.

Q

Q

I have the sentence: You can form the line right here.

I have the sentence: You only need one application of shampoo to wash your hair.

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Q

Who has a sentence with flush used differently than in this sentence? She was embarrassed and her face began to flush.

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Who has a sentence with fan used differently than in this sentence? The fan kept them cool.

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Q

I have the sentence: Are you a sports fan?

I have the sentence: Will you please load the dryer for me? Who has a sentence with meet used differently than in this sentence? They went to the track meet.

Q

Q

I have the sentence: She knocked on the door.

I have the sentence: I’ll meet you at the theatre at 8 pm.

Who has a sentence with interest used differently than in this sentence? The scary film sure kept his interest.

Who has a sentence with organ used differently than in this sentence? The ear is your hearing organ.

pl

in g

I have the sentence: Your bank account earns interest every month.

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Q

e

Who has a sentence with knocked used differently than in this sentence? Steve knocked over the display of canned food in the shop.

I have the sentence: Grandma plays the organ on Sundays.

Who has a sentence with drink orange used differently than in this sentence? He loves to eat squash.

Q

Q

I have the sentence: That jacket is mine.

I have the sentence: Did you squash that bug?

Who has a sentence with litter used differently than in this sentence? There is a litter of puppies next door.

Who has a sentence with work used differently than in this sentence? The bicycle does not work properly.

Q

Q

I have the sentence: The litter was thrown away.

I have the sentence: It was time to go to work.

Who has a sentence with load used differently than in this sentence? What a heavy load you are trying to lift!

Who has a sentence with temples used differently than in this sentence? I rub my temples when I have a headache.

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Who has a sentence with mine used differently than in this sentence? My uncle worked in a diamond mine.

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I have the sentence: They saw many temples on their holiday.

I have the sentence: She signed the correct slip at the surgery.

Who has a sentence with stuff used differently than in this question? What is all this stuff on your desk?

Who has a sentence with trace used differently than in this sentence? It vanished without a trace.

Q

Q

I have the sentence: Try not to stuff it all inside.

I have the sentence: You can trace over each detail carefully.

Q I have the sentence: Mark enjoys washing the car.

pl

e

Who has a sentence with stand used differently than in this sentence? Stand up straight and tall.

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Who has a sentence with washing used differently than in this sentence? The washing on the line is almost dry.

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Who has a sentence with ticks used differently than in this sentence? The unlucky dog was full of ticks.

Q

I have the sentence: I put the new TV stand over there.

Who has a sentence with tend used differently than in this sentence? The farmer needed to tend to his sheep.

Q

I have the sentence: The sound of the clock’s ticks drove her crazy. Who has a sentence with wave used differently than in this sentence? The wave almost knocked her over.

I have the sentence: I tend to spend too much money. Who has a sentence with range used differently than in this sentence? The range of numbers is the difference between the highest and lowest number.

Q

Q

I have the sentence: Did you wave goodbye to your friend?

I have the sentence: The mountain range was magnificent. Who has a sentence with stamp used differently than in this sentence? I put a postage stamp on the envelope.

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Who has a sentence with slip used differently than in this sentence? He tried not to slip on the waxed floor.

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Q

I have the sentence: The teacher used the ‘Good work’ stamp on Bill’s story.

I have the sentence: Where did you park your car? Who has a sentence with tag used differently than in this sentence? The grafitti was a person’s tag.

Who has a sentence with matter used differently than in this sentence? All matter takes up space.

Q

I have the sentence: What’s the matter with you today?

I have the sentence: What does the price tag say?

Who has a sentence with lock used differently than in this sentence? Her mother saved a lock of hair from his first haircut.

Who has a sentence with season used differently than in this sentence? Which is your favourite season?

ew

pl

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I have the sentence: Remember to lock the door when you leave. Who has a sentence with page used differently than in this sentence? The principal tried to page Mrs Jones over the intercom.

Sa m

Q

e

Q

I have the sentence: First, he had to season the squid with salt and pepper. Who has a sentence with watch used differently than in this sentence? I can tell time with my new watch.

Q

Q

I have the sentence: What page are you reading in your new book? Who has a sentence with mould used differently than in this sentence? There was mould on the bread.

I have the sentence: We can watch television after dinner. Who has a sentence with well used differently than in this sentence? You did well on your maths test.

Q

Q

I have the sentence: She tried to mould the dough into a loaf of bread. Who has a sentence with park used differently than in this sentence? They loved feeding the ducks at the park.

I have the sentence: They had to dig a well to get water for their country house.

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Where did you park your car?

What page are you reading in your new book?

She tried to mould the dough into a loaf of bread.

Remember to lock the door when you leave.

What’s the matter with you today?

Finish * They had to dig a well to get water for their country house.

What does the price tag say?

First, he had to season We can watch television the squid with salt and after dinner. pepper. How would you rate that She put strawberry book on a scale of 1 preserves on her toast. to 5?

The teacher used the The sound of the clock’s Mark enjoys washing the ‘Good work’ stamp on ticks drove her crazy. car. Bill’s story.

I tend to spend too much money.

She signed the correct Did you wave goodbye slip at the surgery. to your friend?

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The mountain range was magnificent.

Try not to stuff it all inside.

You can trace over each detail carefully.

The final try led to a touchdown.

They saw many temples on their holiday.

The car had so much power!

Please draw a plane figure.

Did you squash that bug?

It was time to go to work.

That jacket is mine.

The litter was thrown away.

Grandma plays the organ on Sundays.

He had the lead in the school play.

Your bank account earns interest every month.

Will you please load the dryer for me?

I’ll meet you at the theatre at 8 pm.

Where is the ground pepper?

She knocked on the door.

Are you a sports fan?

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I put the new TV stand over there.

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The baby has apple Which game would you sauce all over his face. like to play first?

Use only one He had a patch on the Can you find the street application of shampoo Did you flush the toilet? knee of his jeans. on the map? to wash your hair. Do you know how to pitch a tent?

You need to change your shoes.

The sign said, ‘Buy one, get one free’.

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I like how you chose to accent the colours in your bedspread.

You can form the line right here.

That’s a sharp point on We need to pile into the that pencil. van for the road trip.

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(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

(h)

(i)

(j)

(k)

(l)

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I have the first card.

I have love.

Who has the rest of the analogy?

Who has the rest of the analogy? trio : three : : duo :

old : elder : : young :

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I have child.

I have two.

Who has the rest of the analogy?

Who has the rest of the analogy?

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I have males.

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run : verb : : dog :

in g

Who has the rest of the analogy?

: I have drifts.

Who has the rest of the analogy? success : achievement : : error :

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I have noun.

I have mistake.

Who has the rest of the analogy?

Who has the rest of the analogy?

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:

smile : laugh : : frown :

rose : flower : : pine :

:

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I have cry.

I have tree.

Who has the rest of the analogy?

Who has the rest of the analogy?

detest : despise : : adore :

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I have sheep.

I have wet.

Who has the rest of the analogy?

Who has the rest of the analogy? doctor : hospital : : teacher :

carpet : floor : : paint :

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I have wall.

I have school.

Who has the rest of the analogy?

Who has the rest of the analogy?

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never : always : : none :

I have all.

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Who has the rest of the analogy?

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I have string.

I have roar.

Who has the rest of the analogy?

Who has the rest of the analogy?

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digit : number : : letter :

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I have word.

I have second.

Who has the rest of the analogy?

Who has the rest of the analogy?

dark : light : : dry :

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I have path.

I have skin.

Who has the rest of the analogy?

Who has the rest of the analogy? cold : milk : : hot :

tile : mop : : carpet :

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I have vacuum.

I have coffee.

Who has the rest of the analogy?

Who has the rest of the analogy?

school : learn : : bedroom :

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Who has the rest of the analogy? sock : foot : : cap :

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I have radio.

I have head.

Who has the rest of the analogy?

Who has the rest of the analogy?

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library : books : : bank :

cowardly : brave : : selfish :

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I have money.

I have generous.

Who has the rest of the analogy?

Who has the rest of the analogy?

podiatrist : feet : : dermatologist :

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I have bees.

I have paint.

Who has the rest of the analogy?

Who has the rest of the analogy?

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I have doe.

I have hangar.

Who has the rest of the analogy?

Who has the rest of the analogy?

runs : cricket : : goal :

I have football.

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water : liquid : : ice :

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bowl : fish : : cage :

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Who has the rest of the analogy? bird : parrot : : dog :

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I have ferrets.

I have poodle.

Who has the rest of the analogy?

Who has the rest of the analogy?

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sleep : bed : : work :

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I have evening.

I have desk.

Who has the rest of the analogy?

Who has the first card?

pencil : write : : brush :

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2. Solve the following analogies. Find the solutions in the wordsearch above and highlight them.

(a) hire : fire : : give :

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I have the first card.

I have the sentence: My library books are five days overdue!

Who has the declarative sentence about a carnival?

Who has the declarative sentence about a cake?

5

I have the sentence: This carnival is fun.

I have the sentence: My favourite dessert is chocolate cake. Who has the interrogative sentence about video games?

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I have the sentence: May I borrow a pencil?

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Who has the interrogative sentence about a pencil?

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Who has the exclamatory sentence about homework?

5

I have the sentence: Are you ready to play my new video game with me? Who has the declarative sentence about a dog?

5

I have the sentence: Oh, no! I lost my homework!

I have the sentence: It’s time to take my dog for a walk.

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Who has the imperative sentence about rain?

Who has the imperative sentence about a garden?

5

5

I have the sentence: Put on your raincoat.

I have the sentence: Pick the tomatoes in the garden first.

Who has the exclamatory sentence about a library?

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5

I have the sentence: My soft drink just spilled all over me!

I have the sentence: I’ll use my new pencil. Who has the interrogative sentence about homework?

Who has the imperative sentence about a cake?

5

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I have the sentence: Don’t lick the frosting before we cut the cake.

I have the sentence: Where is your homework?

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Who has the declarative sentence about a garden?

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I have the sentence: It’s raining hard today.

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Who has the declarative sentence about rain?

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Who has the imperative sentence about a dog?

I have the sentence: I have roses in my garden.

Who has the exclamatory sentence about a carnival?

5

I have the sentence: Put the leash on your dog.

I have the sentence: What an exciting carnival ride!

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Who has the imperative sentence about a video game?

Who has the imperative sentence about a library?

5

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I have the sentence:

I have the sentence: Return that library book today.

Put that video game away right now. Who has the declarative sentence about a pencil?

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I have the sentence: The bubbles in the soft drink upset my stomach.

I have the sentence: Sharpen your pencil before class.

Who has the interrogative sentence about a dog?

Who has the exclamatory sentence about a dog?

5

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I have the sentence Is that your golden retriever?

I have the sentence: That dog just bit me!

Who has the declarative sentence about a video game?

Who has the imperative sentence about a carnival?

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I have the sentence: The video game is on that table. Who has the interrogative sentence about a cake?

5

I have the sentence: Buy the tickets for the carnival.

Who has the exclamatory sentence about a garden?

5

I have the sentence: What kind of frosting would you like on the cake?

I have the sentence: My garden is so beautiful!

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Who has the exclamatory sentence about rain?

Who has the declarative sentence about a library?

5

5

I have the sentence: Oh, no! The rain caused a mudslide!

I have the sentence: The library is closed.

Who has the imperative sentence about a pencil?

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5

5

I have the sentence: Will this rain ever stop?

I have the sentence: Can we go to the carnival tomorrow?

Who has the imperative sentence about a soft drink?

Who has the imperative sentence about homework?

5

I have the sentence: Throw that soft drink can in the recycling bin.

I have the sentence: Write your name on your homework.

Who has the interrogative sentence about a garden?

Who has the exclamatory sentence about a cake?

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I have the sentence: What kind of flowers did you plant in your garden?

Sa m

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Who has the exclamatory sentence about a video game?

I have the sentence: There’s a fly on my birthday cake! Who has the interrogative sentence about a library?

5

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I have the sentence My favourite video game is broken!

I have the sentence Where is the return slot for library books?

Who has the declarative sentence about homework?

Who has the exclamatory sentence about a pencil?

5

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I have the sentence: I handed my homework in on time.

I have the sentence: Ouch! His poked me with his pencil!

Who has the interrogative sentence about a carnival?

Who has the first card?

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Name

Date

Sentences—declarative, imperative, interrogative and exclamatory

5

I handed my homework in on time.

Finish * Ouch! He poked me with his pencil!

Where is the return slot for library books?

What kind of flowers did you plant in your garden?

Can we go to the carnival tomorrow?

Write your name on your homework.

There’s a fly on my birthday cake!

Throw that soft drink can in the recycling bin.

The video game is on that table.

Is that your golden retriever?

The bubbles in the soft drink upset my stomach.

Will this rain ever stop?

What kind of frosting would you like on the cake?

What an exciting carnival ride!

Return that library book today.

The library is closed.

Oh, no! The rain caused a mudslide!

I have roses in my garden.

She went to the park to enjoy a picnic.

My garden is so beautiful!

Sharpen your pencil before class.

Where is your homework?

Put the picnic basket over there.

Buy the tickets for the carnival.

That dog just bit me!

I’ll use my new pencil.

Put that video game away right now.

Pick the tomatoes in the garden first.

My soft drink just spilled all over me!

Put the leash on your dog.

The ants are all over the picnic basket!

It’s time to take my dog for a walk.

Don’t lick the frosting before we cut the cake.

It’s raining hard today.

My favourite dessert is chocolate cake.

Are you ready to play my new video game with me?

May I borrow a pencil?

This carnival is fun.

My library books are five days overdue!

Put on your raincoat.

Oh, no! I lost my homework!

Start *

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My favourite video game is broken!

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Context clues

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I have the first card. Who has the meaning of the word exotic in this sentence? Maria loves to cook exotic foods using spices from India.

I have convince. Who has the meaning of the word browsing in this sentence? They were browsing the book aisle of the shop without planning to buy any books.

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I have from other places.

I have looking at. Who has the meaning of the word publications in this sentence? This company produces many different publications.

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Who has the meaning of the word extinguish in this sentence? The firefighter tried to extinguish the flames.

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I have published works.

I have put out.

Who has the meaning of the word novel in this sentence? It was such a novel idea to change a hanger into a flowerpot.

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Who has the meaning of the word fertile in this sentence? The fertile soil helped her plants grow.

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I have good for growing.

I have new and unusual.

Who has the meaning of the word dramatic in this sentence? The play was so dramatic, nobody smiled.

Who has the meaning of the word match in this sentence? She lost the tennis match.

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I have serious.

I have game.

Who has the meaning of the word persuade in this sentence? She tried to persuade her mother into letting her stay up all night.

Who has the meaning of the word disqualified in this sentence? The player was disqualified for cheating in the game.

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I have removed or kicked out.

I have take apart.

Who has the meaning of the word elixir in this sentence? The sick man felt better after drinking the elixir.

Who has the meaning of the word endorse in this sentence? Do you endorse making Saturday part of the working week?

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I have medicine.

I have support.

Who has the meaning of the word elated in this sentence? The children were elated when they each received a present.

Who has the meaning of the word obsolete in this sentence? The use of the rotary-dial telephone is almost obsolete now that we have mobile phones.

I have excited.

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Who has the meaning of the word alias in this sentence? He used an alias to hide his real identity from the authorities.

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I have out of use or out of fashion. Who has the meaning of the word hoax in this sentence? She played a sneaky hoax on her little brother.

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I have fake name.

I have trick.

Who has the meaning of the word conceal in this sentence? She found it difficult to conceal her true feelings.

Who has the meaning of the word wary in this sentence? Paul is wary of spiders and always tries to avoid them.

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I have hide. Who has the meaning of the word dismantle in this sentence? The mechanic needed to dismantle the engine before cleaning it.

I have cautious or watchful.

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Who has the meaning of the word adjacent in this sentence? The two friends live in adjacent houses, so they spend a lot of time together.

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Context clues

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I have next to or near. Who has the meaning of the word gaped in this sentence? The little boy gaped at the baby whale swimming for the first time in public.

I have flexible. Who has the meaning of the word utter in this sentence? The class didn’t utter a word while the teacher stepped outside for a moment. They were so well behaved!

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I have stared in amazement.

I have speak.

Who has the meaning of the word prevail in this sentence? The captain felt that her team would improve and prevail in the next game.

Who has the meaning of the word obtain in this sentence? The excited boy tried to obtain permission to go to his first sleepover.

I have win or be victorious.

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Who has the meaning of the word zeal in this sentence? Kim read the book with so much zeal that she finished it in one day.

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Who has the meaning of the word divulge in this sentence? She promised to never divulge the secret.

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I have enthusiasm.

I have tell or reveal.

Who has the meaning of the word stifle in this sentence? Lara couldn’t stifle her giggles as her brother tried to trick his friend, so she ruined the joke.

Who has the meaning of the word culprit in this sentence? The culprit was caught with his hands in the ‘off limits’ biscuit jar.

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I have hold back.

I have guilty person.

Who has the meaning of the word limber in this sentence? Dancers are very limber, which explains how they can do so many twists and bends.

Who has the meaning of the word futile in this sentence? It was futile to keep trying to open the lock, since the key broke off inside of it.

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I have useless. Who has the meaning of the word detests in this sentence? The girl said that she detests yams. She refuses to eat them every time they are served.

I have shy. Who has the meaning of the word fret in this sentence? Try not to fret all night about your test tomorrow. You studied hard.

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I have greatly dislikes. Who has the meaning of the word expedite in this sentence? She wanted to expedite her internet order, so she paid for overnight delivery.

I have worry. Who has the meaning of the word dispute in this sentence? The players got into a dispute over whether the ball made it into the basket before the buzzer.

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I have argument or disagreement. Who has the meaning of the word toxic in this sentence? The toxic liquids were kept out of the reach of the children.

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I have money earned. Who has the meaning of the word collapse in this sentence? The runner thought he would collapse at the end of the exhausting marathon.

I have poisonous. Who has the meaning of the word trek in this sentence? She felt like the hike was the longest trek she had ever taken.

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I have fall down due to a loss of strength. Who has the meaning of the word timid in this sentence? The boy was so timid that he hardly ever talked to people.

I have journey. Who has the first card?

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I have speed up. Who has the meaning of the word income in this sentence? She is trying to save as much of her income as she can to pay for her new car.

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Context clues 1. Follow the path by highlighting the answers as your classmates identify them.

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fertile

argument or disagreement

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shy

persuade

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poisonous

money earned

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publications

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tell or reveal

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useless

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good for growing

support

out of use or out of fashion

speak

hoax

serious

take apart

looking at

convince

hide

cautious or watchful

hold back

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win or be victorious

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 I have fruits.

Who has the main idea for these details: banjo, flute and organ?

Who has the main idea for these details: magenta, teal and navy?

I have musical instruments.

I have colours.

Who has the main idea for these details: trout, herring and tuna?

Who has the main idea for these details: taipan, viper and boa constrictor?

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Who has the main idea for these details: mouse, monitor and keyboard?

 I have snakes.

Who has the main idea for these details: pentagon, trapezium and square?

I have fish.

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I have the first card.

Main idea and details – 1

Who has the main idea for these details: bear, whale and raccoon?

Who has the main idea for these details: tulip, rose and daffodil?

I have shapes.

I have computers.

I have mammals.

I have flowers.

Who has the main idea for these details: bananas, oranges and lemons?

Who has the main idea for these details: falcon, eagle and hawk?

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 I have money.

Who has the main idea for these details: gum, oak and pine?

Who has the main idea for these details: milk, water and juice?

I have trees.

I have things you drink.

Who has the main idea for these details: treadmill, weights and bike?

Who has the main idea for these details: lungs, heart and liver?

I have exercise equipment.

I have insects.

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Who has the main idea for these details: bee, wasp and fly?

I have things you wear on your head.

Who has the main idea for these details: dens, caves and burrows?

Who has the main idea for these details: chess, checkers and backgammon?

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I have organs.

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Who has the main idea for these details: hat, cap and headband?

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I have birds.

Main idea and details – 1

I have board games.

I have animal homes.

Who has the main idea for these details: $1, £20 and %50?

Who has the main idea for these details: owl, squirrel and hedgehog?

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 I have things you read.

Who has the main idea for these details: silk, honey and milk?

Who has the main idea for these details: art, maths and science?

I have forest animals.

Main idea and details – 1

I have things we get from animals.

I have school subjects.

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Who has the main idea for these details: turnip, carrot and broccoli?

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I have bodies of water.

Who has the main idea for these details: pan, pot and skillet?

I have farm animals.

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pl

Who has the main idea for these details: chicken, pig and goat?

Who has the main idea for these details: pond, lake and river?

Who has the main idea for these details: clouds, moon and sun?

Who has the main idea for these details: happy, sad and angry?

I have things you use to cook.

I have vegetables.

I have things in the sky.

I have emotions.

Who has the main idea for these details: magazine, book and newspaper?

Who has the main idea for these details: socks, shoes and slippers?

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Main idea and details – 1 I have things you wear on your feet.

I have camping gear. Who has the main idea for these details: title page, table of contents and index?

Who has the main idea for these details: pretzels, crisps and popcorn?

I have parts of a book.

Who has the main idea for these details: chocolate, raspberry and vanilla?

Who has the main idea for these details: tape, glue and rubber band?

I have flavours.

I have things at a birthday party.

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Who has the main idea for these details: cake, presents and games?

I have ways to move.

Who has the main idea for these details: bottle, rattle and nappies?

Who has the main idea for these details: canoe, kayak and ship?

I have water transportation vehicles.

I have things for a baby.

Who has the main idea for these details: tent, lantern and sleeping bag?

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I have things that hold items together.

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Who has the main idea for these details: hop, run and walk?

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I have snacks.

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Main idea details – 1 1. Follow the path by highlighting the answers as your classmates identify them. Start*

musical instruments things that are blue

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colours

fish

fruits

snakes

board games

computers

mammals

shapes

money

things you wear on your head

amphibians

flowers

things you drink

exercise equipment

trees

birds

organs

forest animals

things we get from animals

farm animals

insects

animal homes

automobiles

vegetables

emotions

things you use to cook

things you read

things in the sky

bodies of water

school subjects

water transportation vehicles

flavours

ways to move

camping gear

things at a birthday party

things that hold items together

parts of a book

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(c) motor, brakes, door, tyres: p

(d) gouda, cheddar, mozzarella, swiss: c

(e) rye, sourdough, wholemeal, white: b

(f) chrysalis, metamorphosis, caterpillar, beautiful:

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I have the first card.

I have sandcastles.

Who has a detail to support the main idea: colours?

Who has a detail to support the main idea: hobbies?

I have yellow.

I have building model cars.

Who has a detail to support the main idea: sources of light?

Who has a detail to support the main idea: cameras?

 I have night-light.

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Who has a detail to support the main idea: ‘types of books?

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I have focus.

Who has a detail to support the main idea: diseases?

I have fiction.

I have chicken pox.

Who has a detail to support the main idea: circus?

Who has a detail to support the main idea: yellow things?

I have trapeze.

I have bananas.

Who has a detail to support the main idea: beach?

Who has a detail to support the main idea: dogs?

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I have terriers.

I have lines.

Who has a detail to support the main idea: basic shapes?

Who has a detail to support the main idea: appliances in a kitchen?

I have triangle.

I have dishwasher.

Who has a detail to support the main idea: words that rhyme with dice?

Who has a detail to support the main idea: cooked meats?

I have device.

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Who has a detail to support the main idea: things on a calendar?

 I have roast beef.

Who has a detail to support the main idea: things you can toast?

I have months.

I have marshmallows.

Who has a detail to support the main idea: jewellery?

Who has a detail to support the main idea: hot drinks?

I have earrings.

I have hot chocolate.

Who has a detail to support the main idea: things on a road?

Who has a detail to support the main idea: hamburger?

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I have pattie.

I have channel.

Who has a detail to support the main idea: days of the week?

Who has a detail to support the main idea: breads?

I have Friday.

I have wholegrain.

Who has a detail to support the main idea: relatives?

Who has a detail to support the main idea: sports?

 I have grandmother.

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Who has a detail to support the main idea: parts of a bird?

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I have basketball.

Who has a detail to support the main idea: parts of the mouth?

I have beak.

I have tongue.

Who has a detail to support the main idea: ice-cream sundae?

Who has a detail to support the main idea: senses?

I have ice-cream.

I have sight.

Who has a detail to support the main idea: television?

Who has a detail to support the main idea: restaurant?

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I have waiters.

I have transmission.

Who has a detail to support the main idea: tools?

Who has a detail to support the main idea: things in a frame?

I have saw.

I have photos.

Who has a detail to support the main idea: weather conditions?

Who has a detail to support the main idea: desserts?

 I have foggy.

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Who has a detail to support the main idea: school jobs?

 I have brownies.

Who has a detail to support the main idea: dog items?

I have principal.

I have leash.

Who has a detail to support the main idea: building materials?

Who has a detail to support the main idea: red things?

I have plaster.

I have strawberry.

Who has a detail to support the main idea: parts of a car?

Who has the first card?

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Name

Date

Main idea and details – 2

1. Fill in the missing letters of the details as your classmates identify the answers. Start at the arrow and go from left to right and top to bottom. Start

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f__t__n

t__p__e

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_ui_____ _o_e_ _a__

_oc__

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_e_rie_s

__i__g__

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_o____

ea_r____

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m__shm_____s

h__ ch__o_ate

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e

_i___a____

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_o_gue

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_ai____

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_r____p__

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and

fit into the main idea

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with

and

fit into the main idea

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(c)

with

and

fit into the main idea

.

(d)

with

and

fit into the main idea

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(e)

with

and

fit into the main idea

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(f)

with

and

fit into the main idea

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(g)

with

and

fit into the main idea

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(h)

with

and

fit into the main idea

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(i)

with

and

fit into the main idea

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(j)

with

and

fit into the main idea

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Categorisation

I have the first card.

I have circle.

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: circle, rectangle, number, diamond?

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: nose, mouth, foot, eye?

I have number.

I have foot.

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: pond, lake, country, river?

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words? quartz, limestone, month, granite?

I have country.

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Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: carnation, petunia, violet, gum?

 I have month.

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: glue, paste, granite, tape?

I have gum.

I have granite.

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: morning, bear, afternoon, night?

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: crocodile, river, python, turtle?

I have bear.

I have river.

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: square, rectangle, parallelogram, circle?

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: north, south, map, west?

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I have map.

I have Tasmania.

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: pants, shirt, umbrella, jacket?

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: beret, pants, cap, bonnet?

 I have pants.

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: pink, green, orange, carnation?

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: south, forest, tundra, desert?

I have carnation.

ew

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Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: butterfly, ladybird, crocodile, moth?

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e

I have umbrella.

I have south.

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: Paris, Africa, Australia, Europe?

I have crocodile.

I have Paris.

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: nose, hands, fingers, nails?

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: peas, orange, lettuce, asparagus?

I have nose.

I have orange.

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: London, Madrid, Santiago, Dublin?

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: metre, week, month, year?

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I have metre.

I have date.

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: stem, leaf, root, soil?

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: leaf, coffee, milk, tea?

I have soil.

I have leaf.

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: violin, harp, cello, tango?

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: violin, mambo, salsa, ballet?

I have tango.

pl

Sa m

e

 I have violin.

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: tackle, run, jump, skip?

I have motorcycle.

I have tackle.

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: dribble, hoop, rebound, goalie?

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: rain, snow, tornado, hail?

I have goalie.

I have tornado.

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: seconds, minutes, hours, date?

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: cake, tart, biscuit, pizza?

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Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: tornado, cyclone, motorcycle, hurricane?

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I have pizza.

I have sand.

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: sand, water, waves, snow?

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: salami, biscuit, beef, ham?

 I have biscuit.

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: election, ballet, minister, vote?

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: computer, mouse, glossary, keyboard?

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Sa m

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I have snow.

I have glossary.

I have ballet.

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Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: index, glossary, encyclopedia, preface?

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: bake, milk, grill, boil?

I have encyclopedia.

I have milk.

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: happy, angry, election, frustrated?

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: parrot, mouse, crow, kingfisher?

I have election.

I have mouse.

Who has the word that doesn’t belong in the same category as the other words: sand, shoe, sandal, boot.

Who has the first card?

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Date

Categorisation 1. Follow the path by highlighting the words as your classmates identify them. Start *

number

bear

gum

country

circle

granite

river

foot

month

map

Santiago

nose

umbrella

pants

crocodile

south

Paris

pl

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metre

e

horse

carnation piano

orange

purple

goalie

date

motorcycle

leaf

pizza

violin

tornado

tackle

encyclopedia

biscuit

glossary

election

sand

milk

banana

Finish *

mouse

tango

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snow

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soil

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ballet

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(b)

:

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Fact or opinion?

O

O

I have the first card.

I have the sentence: Maths is the most difficult subject.

Who has a fact about ice-cream?

Who has a fact about bees?

O

I have the sentence: Ice-cream is a dairy product.

I have the sentence: Bees produce honey.

Who has a fact about rainbows?

Who has an opinion about cricket?

O

in g

I have the sentence: Rainbows are often visible after rain.

Sa m

pl

e

O

ew

Who has an opinion about football?

I have the sentence: My team will win the next cricket match. Who has a fact about waterskiing?

O

I have the sentence: All the football players do is tackle each other.

I have the sentence: A person needs a boat to waterski.

Who has a fact about a city?

Who has an opinion about school?

O

O

I have the sentence: A city is usually run by a mayor.

I have the sentence: We go to the best school in our town.

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O

Who has an opinion about maths?

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O

O

I have the sentence: Snakes are members of the reptile family.

I have the sentence: A person can never have too many fish in an aquarium.

Who has an opinion about homework?

Who has a fact about bats?

O

O

I have the sentence: Our teacher assigns too much homework.

I have the sentence: Bats are nocturnal animals.

e

Who has a fact about sewing?

Sa m

pl

Who has a fact about turtles?

O

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I have the sentence: Turtles have streamlined shells.

ew

Who has an opinion about the rainforest?

O

I have the sentence: Needles are used to sew.

Who has an opinion about water?

O

I have the sentence: The rainforest is the safest place to holiday.

I have the sentence: Drinking bottled water is worse for your body.

Who has a fact about mice?

Who has a fact about maths?

O

O

I have the sentence: Mice are mammals.

I have the sentence: Multiplication is a skill learned in maths.

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Fact or opinion?

O

O

I have the sentence: Snakes are creepy and slimy.

I have the sentence: Ice-cream is best between two biscuits.

Who has an opinion about bubblegum?

Who has an opinion about mice?

O

O

I have the sentence: Every child loves chewing bubblegum.

I have the sentence: Mice are cute and cuddly.

e

Who has a fact about school?

in g

I have the sentence: The purpose of homework is to help you practise and learn.

Sa m

O

pl

Who has a fact about homework?

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Who has a fact about water?

O

I have the sentence: Children and adults can attend school.

Who has a fact about football?

O

I have the sentence: It is unsafe to drink ocean water.

I have the sentence: In a football game, the team with the most goals wins.

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O

Who has a fact about cruise ships?

Who has an opinion about bees?

O

O

I have the sentence: Cruise ships carry people on holidays all over the world.

I have the sentence: Bees are angry insects.

Who has an opinion about ice-cream?

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O

I have the sentence: Holidays on cruise ships are the most luxurious.

I have the sentence: Turtles look very old.

Who has a fact about bubble gum?

Who has an opinion about the city?

O

O

I have the sentence: Many schools do not allow bubblegum on their grounds.

I have the sentence: The city is too crowded.

O

in g

I have the sentence: Every parent should know how to sew.

pl

e

Who has an opinion about bats

Sa m

Who has an opinion about sewing?

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Who has a fact about rainforests?

O I have the sentence: Bats are scary.

Who has an opinion about skiing?

O

I have the sentence: Many species in rainforests are endangered.

I have the sentence: Children under the age of sixteen shouldn’t be allowed to ski.

Who has a fact about rugby union?

Who has an opinion about rainbows?

O

O

I have the sentence: A try scores five points in rugby union.

I have the sentence: Rainbows are more beautiful than sunsets.

Who has an opinion about turtles?

Who has the first card?

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Name

Date

Fact or opinion? 1. Follow the path by highlighting the facts and opinions as your classmates identify them.

O

Finish * Rainbows are more beautiful than sunsets.

The internet is available around the world.

Bats are scary.

Every parent should know how to sew.

Many schools do not allow bubblegum on their grounds.

The city is too crowded.

Many species in rainforests are endangered.

Holidays on cruise ships are the most luxurious.

Turtles look very old.

A try scores five points in rugby union.

Bees are angry insects.

That show is the best!

You should play on the baseball team.

In a football game, the team with the most goals wins.

Every child loves to eat pizza.

Many teenagers have mobile phones.

Drinking bottled water is bad for your body.

Multiplication is a skill learned in maths.

Mice are cute and cuddly.

Needles are used to sew.

Snakes are creepy and slimy.

Ice-cream is best between two biscuits.

Bats are nocturnal animals.

Every child loves chewing bubble gum.

Cruise ships carry people on holidays all over the world.

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Sa m

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The rainforest is the safest place to holiday. Turtles have streamlined shells.

Our teacher assigns too much homework. Start *

Children and adults can attend school.

The purpose of homework is to help you practise and learn.

It is unsafe to drink ocean water.

My team will win the next cricket match.

Bees produce honey.

A person needs a boat to waterski.

Maths is the most difficult subject.

We go to the best school in our town.

A city is usually run by a mayor.

ew

Mice are mammals.

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A person can never have too many fish in an aquarium.

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Children under the age of sixteen shouldn’t be allowed to ski.

Snakes are members of the reptile All the football players do is tackle family. each other. Ice-cream is a dairy product.

Rainbows are often visible after rain.

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I have the first card. Who has the word that means shocked or surprised?

I have schedule. Who has the word that means created in a unique way?

K

K

I have astonished.

I have invented.

Who has the word that means to keep doing something?

Who has the word that means looked for ways things were the same?

K I have continue.

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K

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Who has the word that means common?

K I have equated.

Who has the word that means looked for ways things were different?

K

I have ordinary.

I have contrasted.

Who has the word that means a protective place to live?

Who has the word that means interested in learning?

K

K

I have shelter.

I have curious.

Who has the word that means a plan with a timetable?

Who has the word that means fell down in a clumsy way?

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K

I have stumbled.

I have whirling.

Who has the word that means told someone to keep trying?

Who has the word that means friendly with people?

K

K

I have encouraged. Who has the word that means mistake?

I have sociable.

K I have error.

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Who has the word that means disappeared?

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Who has the word that means slowly?

I have gradually. Who has the word that means pictures in a book?

K

I have vanished. Who has the word that means a sealed container?

I have illustrations. Who has the word that means the words under pictures in a book?

K

K

I have canister.

I have captions. Who has the word that means said in a proud way?

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Who has the word that means spinning around?

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I have proclaimed.

I have climate.

Who has the word that means difficulties?

Who has the word that means passed around?

K

K

I have hardships.

I have circulated.

Who has the word that means to think?

Who has the word that means people on the opposite team?

K I have ponder.

Sa m

pl

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K

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Who has the word that means moved quickly?

K I have opponents.

Who has the word that means enemy?

K

I have darted.

I have foe.

Who has the word that means a bad feeling about doing something wrong?

Who has the word that means relatives of long ago?

K

K

I have guilt.

I have ancestors. Who has the word that means worried about something?

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Who has the word that means the weather conditions of an area?

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K

I have fretted.

I have eldest.

Who has the word that means information you have learned?

Who has the word that means you allowed someone to enter?

K

K

I have knowledge.

I have admitted.

Who has the word that means things you have to do?

Who has the word that means looking at carefully?

K I have errands or chores.

ew

in g

Who has the word that means to draw quickly, usually with a pencil?

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pl

e

K

I have inspecting.

Who has the word that means set free?

K

K

I have sketch.

I have released.

Who has the word that means established or set up?

Who has the word that means very sad, usually related to grief?

K

K

I have founded.

I have tragic.

Who has the word that means the oldest person?

Who has the first card?

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Date

Vocabulary – 1

K

a__o_i____

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___i_a_y

__e____

_che_u__

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e___t__

____ra____

_u_iou_

__um____

e__oura_e_

e__o_

_a_i__e_

_a___t__

whi_____

__cia___

____ua___

i__u___at____

_a_t____

_____aim__

______i_s

_o__e_

_a____

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ci_cu_____

o__onen__

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f__tt__

kn_w_edg_

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2

I have the first card.

I have audition.

Who has the word that means to put into service?

Who has the word that means sleepy?

2

2

I have utilise.

I have drowsy.

Who has the word that means to urge or talk someone into something?

Who has the word that means to grab or take hold of something?

2 I have coax.

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Who has the word that means a quick reflex response to a sudden threat?

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pl

e

2

2 I have seize.

Who has the word that means to move toward something?

2

I have flinch.

I have approach.

Who has the word that means an overwhelming feeling of fear?

Who has the word that means causing much damage?

2

2

I have terror.

I have destructive.

Who has the word that means to perform in order to get a role in a play, musical or show?

Who has the word that means fully developed?

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2

I have mature.

I have detest.

Who has the word that means to ask to do something?

Who has the word that means the inside region or area of something?

2

2

I have request.

I have interior.

Who has the word that means to try something?

Who has the word that means to refuse to do something?

2 I have attempt.

Sa m

pl

e

2

ew

in g

Who has the word that means to predict how something will develop?

2 I have resist.

Who has the word that means happening every year?

2

I have forecast.

I have annual.

Who has the word that means very special and of high worth or cost?

Who has the word that means feelings of jealousy?

2

2

I have precious.

I have envy.

Who has the word that means to dislike intensely?

Who has the word that means the person who tells a story?

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2

I have narrator.

I have cardigan.

Who has the word that means surprised and unplanned?

Who has the word that means fun things to do?

2

2

I have unexpected.

I have entertainment.

Who has the word that means upset with feelings of a lack of control?

Who has the word that means on time?

I have frustrated.

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pl

in g

Who has the word that means movement?

Sa m

2

e

2

I have prompt.

Who has the word that means evenly spaced periods of time?

2

2

I have motion.

I have intervals.

Who has the word that means the feel of something?

Who has the word that means tiny in size?

2

2

I have texture.

I have petite.

Who has the word that means a long-sleeved jumper that buttons up the front?

Who has the word that describes something with a smell?

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2

I have scented.

I have temporary.

Who has the word that describes something that cannot be ruined?

Who has the word that means common?

2

2

I have indestructible.

I have ordinary.

Who has the word that means power?

Who has the word that means few of something are available?

2 I have strength.

Sa m

pl

e

2

ew

in g

Who has the word that means leaning back?

2 I have scarce.

Who has the word that means to go down?

2

I have reclining.

I have descend.

Who has the word that describes something that does not have a scent?

Who has the word that means careful?

2

2

I have odourless.

I have cautious.

Who has the word that describes something that will last for only a set period of time?

Who has the first card?

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Date

Vocabulary – 2

2

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? Everyone sat in the to watch the air show.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? He felt so of himself when he shot the winning basket.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? There was a clear through the forest.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? Maria felt it was for her older sister to get more pocket money than her.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? Devon was so that he ate every biscuit without even sharing a crumb.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? Roy tried to the total cost.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? Sari loved hearing about how smart she was in maths.

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Who has the missing word in this when her sentence? She was score was lower than she expected.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? It was so of him to share his grapes with his friends.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? Nadia had to ____ that she broke the glass.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? Carmen’s aunty did not ____ her with her new haircut.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? Who should we ask for ____ if we get lost?

Who has the missing word in this sentence? There was such an ____ smell of perfume that Jenny couldn’t stop sneezing.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? Let’s go for a ____ through the garden.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? Will you please ____ of this stinky rubbish?

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Who has the missing word in this sentence: Diana took a quick ____ at the new car in the window, then walked on.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? During the sale, she got a 25% ____ off all purchases.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? She was hoping the ugly bruise would ____ quickly.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? The bike was ____, so she didn’t have to worry about falling off.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? The commercial was ____ the new toothpaste.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? At the ____ of the concert, the curtain went down.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? The hotel guests were in a ____ when the alarm went off during the night.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? He gave his ____ for the ear medicine to the pharmacist.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? I need to ____ some more money into my savings account.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? Do you plan to ____ the fundraiser next week?

Who has the missing word in this sentence? We need to ____ for an earthquake by making an emergency kit.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? Did you remember to make our ____ at the restaurant for 8.00 pm?

Who has the missing word in this sentence? Do you have ____ to sleep over my house this weekend?

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? No student can beat her, so she is the chess ____ in her class.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? She was so honest that she couldn’t ____ the fact that she forgot to set her alarm clock.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? Now it’s time to ____ the eggs with the flour and mix it all together.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? It’s a toilet, so anyone can use it.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? A rare species is not your bird.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? The trophies were on in his bedroom.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? I just learned the of this new tool.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? Now let’s to the next room on the tour.

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Who has the missing word in this the total sentence? I would to be around ten metres.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? She was exaggerating her part in the play to appear more .

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? His throat was so sore that he could talk.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? She and her enjoyed the trip.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? I knew I could count on you to help. You are so .

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? Do I need to you to study for your test?

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Who has the missing word in this to sentence? It’s a unique train as an astronaut.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? Keisha keeps studying so she can her good grades.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? He was trying to while studying, but the music was too loud.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? The garden was colourful because of the of flowers.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? Since we don’t agree, I think we should ____ on which film to watch.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? In which subject do you think you ____ the most?

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? You are under no ____ to help, but I would appreciate it if you did.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? The driver tried to ____ the items that fell out of the truck in front of him.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? Mark likes to ____ about the size of the fish he caught.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? We have one table available since someone ____ their reservation.

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I have cancelled.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? If the radio is not working, it may have a ____ battery.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? Gina’s ____ description of the car helped the police locate the stolen car.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? I cannot ____ enough how important it is to eat breakfast.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? You must ____ your dog’s behaviour when taking it for a walk.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? Were you able to ____ your parents to let you go with me to the zoo?

Who has the missing word in this sentence? Hailey ____ visits her grandmother and often sees her at least twice a week.

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Who has the missing word in this sentence? The ____ cooked a delicious pasta dish.

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I have chef.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? It’s rude to ____ people when they talk to you.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? Did you pay for your ____ with cash or a credit card?

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I have merchandise.

Who has the missing word in this sentence? The scientist dropped a ball to ____ how gravity works.

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air

some

eye

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home

head

house

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sand

honey

tooth

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Greek and Latin roots (Page 105)

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I will be leaving for my holiday next week.

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The ants were all over the picnic table!

The baby rabbits should be born in the next few days.

Please pass the apples.

My baby is a girl.

She accidentally burned the biscuits.

I am working on my project.

She ate all of her vegetables.

The lake will be closed for the winter.

We will go to the zoo tomorrow.

Both of my socks have holes in them!

The table looks so lovely tonight.

They donated cans to the food bank.

The turtle should cross the road by noon.

My team won the football game.

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Alphabetical Order (Page 115)

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shelf

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more

shell

dog

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cruel duel

mouse house

rose nose

damp lamp

bear stare

grand band

shower hour

dream scream

black sack

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fat cat

glad pad

sweet meat

smart heart

squid kid

ghost toast

noodle poodle

late bait

rare pair

ripped script

swift gift

neat beat

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slumber lumber

cold gold

blurred word

wizard lizard

sore door

sad dad

book cook

ocean potion

thrown stone

gag rag

coarse sauce

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I need to pack my suitcase for the trip.

She will colour her hair light pink.

We like to pet puppies.

He pounded the post deep into the ground.

It’s time for a lunch break.

It’s time to spring out of bed!

How does the pasta taste?

It’s rude to point at people.

Where is his new place located?

The farmer’s grain store is empty.

I’ll help you crack the walnuts.

Are you ready for me to deal the cards?

I’ll have your car repaired in a snap.

Who would like to raise the flag?

Did you dress the baby?

He put a dark finish on the wood cabinet.

I acted like such a fool.

They ran three laps around the track.

Cara tried to shape the clay into a vase.

I taught my ferret how to roll over.

Try not to bend the edges of the book.

Where is the wood for the fire?

It takes hard work to master a skill.

Her desk was in the corner of her room.

He had a cut on his toe.

You need to report your marks to your mother.

Would you like me to shine your shoes?

The boat was supposed to float.

It’s smart to face your fears.

She needed to fast for two days.

The birds flew south for the summer.

The roses grew tall in the welldrained soil.

You should brush your teeth every day.

The water pumps are out of order.

Mia has to string the beads to make a necklace.

I placed a bowl of fruit on the table.

I need a tailor to patch these jeans.

Did you set the chickens free?

Is the car in gear?

Will you share those biscuits with me?

Keep your eyes peeled for the sign.

I trust you to keep a secret.

There was a mouse in the garage.

She tried to reason with her father.

The tree root was growing under the pathway.

The shirt was wrinkled, so she needed to press it.

Please play that note on your piano.

Look at how fast he can bowl!

A bat flew out of the cave.

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What page are you reading in your new book?

She tried to mould the dough into a loaf of bread.

Remember to lock the door when you leave.

What’s the matter with you today?

What does the price tag say?

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First, he had to season We can watch television the squid with salt and after dinner. pepper. How would you rate She put strawberry that book on a scale preserves on her toast. of 1 to 5?

The mountain range was magnificent.

The teacher used the The sound of the clock’s ‘Good work’ stamp on ticks drove her crazy. Bill’s story.

Mark enjoys washing the car.

I tend to spend too much money.

She signed the correct Did you wave goodbye slip at the surgery. to your friend?

Try not to stuff it all inside.

I put the new TV stand over there.

You can trace over each detail carefully.

The final try led to a touchdown.

They saw many temples on their holiday.

The car had so much power!

Please draw a plane figure.

Did you squash that bug?

It was time to go to work.

That jacket is mine.

The litter was thrown away.

Grandma plays the organ on Sundays.

He had the lead in the school play.

Your bank account earns interest every month.

Will you please load the dryer for me?

I’ll meet you at the theatre at 8 pm.

Where is the ground pepper?

She knocked on the door.

Are you a sports fan?

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I like how you chose to accent the colours in your bedspread.

Can you find the street Did you flush the toilet? on the map? The sign said, ‘Buy one, get one free’.

I handed my homework in on time.

Finish * Ouch! He poked me with his pencil!

Where is the return slot for library books?

What kind of flowers did you plant in your garden?

Can we go to the carnival tomorrow?

Write your name on your homework.

There’s a fly on my birthday cake!

Throw that soft drink can in the recycling bin.

The video game is on that table.

Is that your golden retriever?

The bubbles in the soft drink upset my stomach.

Will this rain ever stop?

What kind of frosting would you like on the cake?

What an exciting carnival ride!

Return that library book today.

The library is closed.

Oh, no! The rain caused a mudslide!

I have roses in my garden.

She went to the park to enjoy a picnic.

My garden is so beautiful!

Sharpen your pencil before class.

Where is your homework?

Put the picnic basket over there.

Buy the tickets for the carnival.

That dog just bit me!

I’ll use my new pencil.

Put that video game away right now.

When will we leave for the picnic?

Pick the tomatoes in the garden first.

My soft drink just spilled all over me!

Put the leash on your dog.

The ants are all over the picnic basket!

It’s time to take my dog for a walk.

Don’t lick the frosting before we cut the cake.

It’s raining hard today.

My favourite dessert is chocolate cake.

Are you ready to play my new video game with me?

May I borrow a pencil?

This carnival is fun.

My library books are five days overdue!

Put on your raincoat.

Oh, no! I lost my homework!

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Categorisation (Page 165) 1.

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The city is too crowded.

Many species in rainforests are endangered.

Holidays on cruise ships are the most luxurious.

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Many teenagers have mobile phones.

Children and adults can attend school.

Drinking bottled water is bad for your body.

Multiplication is a skill learned in maths.

Mice are cute and cuddly.

Needles are used to sew.

Snakes are creepy and slimy.

Ice-cream is best between two biscuits.

Bats are nocturnal animals.

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A person can never have too many fish in an aquarium.

The purpose of homework is to help you practise and learn.

It is unsafe to drink ocean water.

Mice are mammals.

My team will win the next cricket match.

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A person needs a boat to waterski.

Maths is the most difficult subject.

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