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‘I Have, Who has?’ – English (Ages 5–7) Published by R.I.C. Publications® 2010 under licence to Creative Teaching Press. Copyright© 2007 Creative Teaching Press. This version copyright© R.I.C. Publications® 2010 ISBN 978-174126-886-7 RIC–6321

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Foreword ‘I have, who has?’ is a series of books that provides reinforcement for essential academic skills through group activities. These activities consist of game cards that students read and interactively answer. Each game also features an active listening enrichment activity. This component gives students additional practice in active listening and extends their learning to the application level. Books in the series: ‘I have, who has?’ – English (Ages 5–7) ‘I have, who has?’ – English (Ages 8–10) ‘I have, who has?’ – English (Ages 11+)

Contents

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Teachers notes ....................................................................................................................................... iv – v Rhyming words

Nouns ..................................................... 101

Two–syllable rhyming words .......................... 6

Verbs ........................................................ 106

Adjectives . ............................................... 111

Mixed practice .......................................... 116

Word families

Basic word families ..................................... 11 Short vowel word families ............................ 16

Analogies

Long vowel word families ............................ 21

Basic analogies ........................................ 121

Advanced word families ............................... 26

Advanced analogies .................................. 126

Contractions © R . I . C . P u b l i c at i ons Spelling – 1 . .............................................. 31 Identify the contraction ............................... 131 Spelling – 2 . .............................................. 36 Identify the words for each contraction ......... 136 •f orr evi ew pur po sesonl y•

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Antonyms

Common nouns .......................................... 41

Compound words – 1 . .............................. 141

Proper nouns . ............................................ 46

Compound words – 2 . .............................. 146

Verbs ......................................................... 51

Singular and plural

Past tense verbs ......................................... 56

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Adjectives – 1.............................................. 61

Basic vocabulary development ..................... 71

Advanced vocabulary development ............... 76

Synonyms

Identify the singular noun ........................... 151

Identify the plural noun .............................. 156

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Vocabulary development

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Nouns ....................................................... 81

Verbs ......................................................... 86

Adjectives . ................................................. 91

Mixed practice ............................................ 96

Main idea

Identify the main idea ................................ 161

Identify the details for each main idea . ........ 166

Categorising

Elimination based upon content categories .. 171

Elimination based upon phonics ................. 176

Cause and effect

Identify the likely effect ............................... 181

Identify the likely cause .............................. 186

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Teachers notes ‘I have, who has?’ – English (Ages 5–7) provides a fun, interactive way for students to practice various literacy skills. It includes 38 card games that will help improve students’ auditory discrimination and reinforce outcomes-based literacy skills. The skills addressed in this resource include the following: • Rhyming words • Word families • High-frequency words • Grammar

• Vocabulary development • Synonyms • Antonyms • Analogies

• Contractions • Compound words • Singular and plural • Main idea

• Categorisation • Cause and effect

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Organisation

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The ease and simplicity of preparing these games for your class will allow you to begin using ‘I have, who has?’ today! These engaging games are sure to keep students involved as they are learning valuable English skills.

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Instructions for ‘I have, who has?’ game cards 1. Photocopy the game cards. You may wish to laminate the cards for durability.

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2. Cut the game cards. Mix up the cards and pass them out to the students. Every student should have at least one card. Depending on your class size, students may have more than one card.

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Each card game consists of 32 question and answer cards. 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. Play the interactive card games alone or in conjunction with this reproducible page to reinforce student’s active listening, increase active participation, provide enrichment and extend the learning and accountability of each student.

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3. Have the student with the first card begin the game by saying ‘I have the first card. Who has … ?’ As each student reads a card, monitor to make sure students are reading the cards in the correct order. If students correctly matched each card then the last card read will ‘loop’ back to the first card and read ‘I have … Who has the first card?’

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Teachers notes Instructions for Active Listening Enrichment Page 1. This page is optional and is not necessary to play the game. 2. Copy one page for each student or pair of students. 3. Make sure each student has a light-coloured crayon or highlighter (not a marker or pencil) to colour the correct boxes as they are read. Provide time for students to lightly colour or highlight the correct box.

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4. Some of the activity pages contain a riddle. After the last card is read, ask students 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 top to bottom and from left to right on the grid. Then, have them answer the extension questions at the bottom of the page. Use the answer key on pages 191–200 to check answers.

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Variations (To be played without the active listening enrichment page)

Timed version Have students play the game twice. Encourage them to beat their time in the second round. Have students play the same game again the next day. Can they beat their time again? Remember to mix up the cards before distributing them for each new game.

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Small groups Give each group a set of game cards. Encourage groups to pay close attention, read quickly and stay on task to determine which group is the fastest. Playing in smaller groups allows students to have more cards. This raises the opportunities for individual accountability, active participation, time on task and reinforcement per student. Card reduction If your class is not ready to play with multiple cards, you can reduce the number to fit your class needs. Photocopy the set of the game cards you want to play. Determine the appropriate number of cards needed. Following the existing order of the game, begin with the first card and count the number of cards you need. Delete the Who has … ? clue from the last card counted and replace with the sentence Who has the first card? Photocopy and cut the revised game for class play.

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One-syllable rhyming words

I have stop. Who has the word that rhymes with see?

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I have bat. Who has the word that rhymes with bunk?

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I have the first card. Who has the word that rhymes with hat?

I have free. Who has the word that rhymes with red?

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I have fun. Who has the word that rhymes with hop?

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I have bed. Who has the word that rhymes with big?

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I have trunk. Who has the word that rhymes with sun?

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I have pig. Who has the word that rhymes with day?

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I have hug. Who has the word that rhymes with pin?

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I have not. Who has the word that rhymes with back?

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I have play. Who has the word that rhymes with hot?

I have chin. Who has the word that rhymes with man?

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I have sing. Who has the word that rhymes with bug?

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I have ran. Who has the word that rhymes with best?

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I have sack. Who has the word that rhymes with ring?

I have rest. Who has the word that rhymes with rock?

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I have glad. Who has the word that rhymes with mail?

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I have take. Who has the word that rhymes with duck?

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I have sock. Who has the word that rhymes with make?

I have tail. Who has the word that rhymes with call?

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I have race. Who has the word that rhymes with dad?

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I have fall. Who has the word that rhymes with tap?

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I have the luck. Who has the word that rhymes with face?

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I have map. Who has the word that rhymes with dark?

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One-syllable rhyming words

I have seal. Who has the word that rhymes with feed?

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I have smart. Who has the word that rhymes with heat?

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I have park. Who has the word that rhymes with part?

I have seed. Who has the word that rhymes with time?

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I have gave. Who has the word that rhymes with meal?

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I have lime. Who has the word that rhymes with send?

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I have treat. Who has the word that rhymes with save?

I have bend. Who has the first card?

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Two-syllable rhyming words

I have power. Who has the word that rhymes with kitten?

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I have cable. Who has the word that rhymes with treasure?

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I have the first card. Who has the word that rhymes with table?

I have mitten. Who has the word that rhymes with shoulder?

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I have huddle. Who has the word that rhymes with tower?

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I have boulder. Who has the word that rhymes with spider?

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I have measure. Who has the word that rhymes with puddle?

I have glider. Who has the word that rhymes with honey?

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I have paddle. Who has the word that rhymes with knuckle?

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I have travel. Who has the word that rhymes with hobby?

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I have money. Who has the word that rhymes with gravel?

I have buckle. Who has the word that rhymes with listen?

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I have locket. Who has the word that rhymes with saddle?

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I have glisten. Who has the word that rhymes with berry?

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I have lobby. Who has the word that rhymes with pocket?

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I have cherry. Who has the word that rhymes with candle?

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Two-syllable rhyming words

I have jolly. Who has the word that rhymes with station?

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I have never. Who has the word that rhymes with trouble?

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I have handle. Who has the word that rhymes with clever?

I have nation. Who has the word that rhymes with wagon?

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I have patches. Who has the word that rhymes with holly?

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I have dragon. Who has the word that rhymes with mother?

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I have double. Who has the word that rhymes with matches?

I have brother. Who has the word that rhymes with river?

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I have toffee. Who has the word that rhymes with powder?

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I have buddy. Who has the word that rhymes with fellow?

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I have shiver. Who has the word that rhymes with study?

I have chowder. Who has the word that rhymes with danger?

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I have collar. Who has the word that rhymes with coffee?

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I have ranger. Who has the word that rhymes with giggle?

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I have yellow. Who has the word that rhymes with dollar?

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I have wiggle. Who has the first card?

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Basic word families

I have red, fed and led. Who has three words that are in the same word family as cut?

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I have say, play and way. Who has three words that are in the same word family as gum?

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I have the first card. Who has three words that are in the same word family as day?

I have but, nut and hut. Who has three words that are in the same word family as beg?

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I have will, fill and pill. Who has three words that are in the same word family as bed?

I have rat, sat and bat. Who has three words that are in the same word family as huff?

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I have leg, keg and peg. Who has three words that are in the same word family as cat?

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I have mum, drum and plum. Who has three words that are in the same word family as hill?

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Basic word families

I have sank, tank and blank. Who has three words that are in the same word family as bell?

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I have tag, rag and wag. Who has three words that are in the same word family as ball?

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I have cuff, puff and stuff. Who has three words that are in the same word family as bag?

I have fell, sell and well. Who has three words that are in the same word family as jump?

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I have sand, land and hand. Who has three words that are in the same word family as bank?

I have sing, thing and king. Who has three words that are in the same word family as cap?

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I have lump, hump and pump. Who has three words that are in the same word family as ring?

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I have tall, call and small. Who has three words that are in the same word family as band?

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Basic word families

I have pop, shop and hop. Who has three words that are in the same word family as rain?

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I have tap, map and clap. Who has three words that are in the same word family as junk?

I have bunk, trunk and skunk. Who has three words that are in the same word family as car?

I have main, pain and train. Who has three words that are in the same word family as need?

I have far, star and scar. Who has three words that are in the same word family as been?

I have feed, seed and weed. Who has three words that are in the same word family as kite?

I have seen, green and keen. Who has three words that are in the same word family as mop?

I have bite, white and write. Who has three words that are in the same word family as man?

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I have pan, ran and tan. Who has three words that are in the same word family as nine?

I have he, we and she. Who has three words that are in the same word family as new?

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I have fine, mine and vine. Who has three words that are in the same word family as pink?

I have few, chew and grew. Who has three words that are in the same word family as more?

I have sink, drink and think. Who has three words that are in the same word family as my?

I have sore, tore and shore. Who has three words that are in the same word family as pie?

I have by, try and fly. Who has three words that are in the same word family as me?

I have tie, lie and die. Who has the first card?

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Short vowel word families

I have pram, swam and ham. Who has three words that are in the same word family as nod?

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I have the first card. Who has three words that are in the same word family as cash?

I have dash, rash and mash. Who has three words that are in the same word family as mint?

I have rod, pod and cod. Who has three words that are in the same word family as melt?

I have hint, print and sprint. Who has three words that are in the same word family as less?

I have felt, pelt and belt. Who has three words that are in the same word family as plant?

I have mess, dress and press. Who has three words that are in the same word family as jam?

I have chant, grant and pant. Who has three words that are in the same word family as bug?

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Short vowel word families

I have mad, had, bad. Who has three words that are in the same word family as bed?

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I have sit, pit, bit. Who has three words that are in the same word family as dog?

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I have rug, hug and dug. Who has three words that are in the same word family as fit?

I have red, fed and led. Who has three words that are in the same word family as pot?

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I have run, fun and bun. Who has three words that are in the same word family as dad?

I have band, land and stand. Who has three words that are in the same word family as him?

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I have not, hot and got. Who has three words that are in the same word family as sand?

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I have fog, jog and log. Who has three words that are in the same word family as sun?

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Short vowel word families

I have test, west and nest. Who has three words that are in the same word family as get?

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I have skim, swim and trim. Who has three words that are in the same word family as send?

I have bend, spend and trend. Who has three words that are in the same word family as luck?

I have pet, met and wet. Who has three words that are in the same word family as sick?

I have truck, stuck and duck. Who has three words that are in the same word family as man?

I have pick, kick and quick. Who has three words that are in the same word family as dish?

I have pan, fan and ran. Who has three words that are in the same word family as best?

I have fish, wish and rubbish. Who has three words that are in the same word family as big?

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Short vowel word families

I have sock, rock and shock. Who has three words that are in the same word family as list?

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I have hen, ten and when. Who has three words that are in the same word family as win?

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I have pig, dig and twig. Who has three words that are in the same word family as men?

I have fist, twist and wrist. Who has three words that are in the same word family as job?

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I have pack, sack and black. Who has three words that are in the same word family as clock?

I have lip, zip and flip. Who has the first card?

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I have sob, rob and knob. Who has three words that are in the same word family as dip?

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I have pin, skin and twin. Who has three words that are in the same word family as back?

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hint print sprint

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pick kick quick

pet met wet

truck stuck duck

bend spend trend

dress press

dig twig

wish rubbish

west nest

fan ran

swim trim

chant grant pant

rug hug dug

run fun bun

mad had bad

band land stand

fed led

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Long vowel word families

I have mail, snail and trail. Who has three words that are in the same word family as hide?

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I have the first card. Who has three words that are in the same word family as race?

I have face, place and trace. Who has three words that are in the same word family as neat?

I have slide, ride and wide. Who has three words that are in the same word family as deal?

I have treat, heat and wheat. Who has three words that are in the same word family as boat?

I have real, seal and meal. Who has three words that are in the same word family as find?

I have goat, float and throat. Who has three words that are in the same word family as tail?

I have kind, grind and mind. Who has three words that are in the same word family as flown?

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I have grown, shown and thrown. Who has three words that are in the same word family as feet?

I have stream, dream and cream. Who has three words that are in the same word family as cake?

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I have meet, sweet and street. Who has three words that are in the same word family as date?

I have bake, take and snake. Who has three words that are in the same word family as teach?

I have gate, plate and late. Who has three words that are in the same word family as wipe?

I have reach, peach and beach. Who has three words that are in the same word family as hose?

I have pipe, ripe and stripe. Who has three words that are in the same word family as team.

I have rose, close and those. Who has three words that are in the same word family as game?

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I have mice, twice and slice. Who has three words that are in the same word family as train?

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I have same, flame and came. Who has three words that are in the same word family as tree?

I have free, bee and knee. Who has three words that are in the same word family as show?

I have chain, rain and brain. Who has three words that are in the same word family as life?

I have slow, snow and grow. Who has three words that are in the same word family as deep?

I have wife, strife and knife. Who has three words that are in the same word family as rope?

I have keep, sheep and sleep. Who has three words that are in the same word family as rice?

I have hope, scope and slope. Who has three words that are in the same word family as bike?

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I have hike, like and strike. Who has three words that are in the same word family as joke?

I have light, might and tight? Who has three words that are in the same word family as hive?

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I have broke, choke and spoke. Who has three words that are in the same word family as crime?

I have dive, five and drive. Who has three words that are in the same word family as toast?

I have lime, time and slime. Who has three words that are in the same word family as cave?

I have roast, boast and coast. Who has three words that are in the same word family as page?

I have wave, save and gave. Who has three words that are in the same word family as night?

I have wage, cage and stage. Who has the first card?

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goat float throat

slow snow grow

keep sheep sleep

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pipe ripe stripe

steam dream cream

rose close those

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chain rain brain

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plate late

take snake

peach beach

scope slope

wage cage stage

roast boast coast

dive five drive

hike like strike

broke choke stoke

save gave

lime time slime

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wife strife knife

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Advanced word families

I have mole, pole and stole. Who has three words that are in the same word family as high?

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I have lift, sift and drift. Who has three words that are in the same word family as moth?

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I have sigh, thigh and nigh. Who has three words that are in the same word family as walk?

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I have paint, saint and quaint. Who has three words that are in the same word family as hole?

I have hedge, pledge and ledge. Who has three words that are in the same word family as dance?

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I have talk, chalk and stalk. Who has three words that are in the same word family as wedge?

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I have froth, cloth and sloth. Who has three words that are in the same word family as faint?

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I have clasp, rasp and grasp. Who has three words that are in the same word family as lunch?

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I have chance, glance and France. Who has three words that are in the same word family as boot?

I have shoot, loot and root. Who has three words that are in the same word family as mark?

I have bunch, crunch and munch. Who has three words that are in the same word family as disk?

I have dark, park and shark. Who has three words that are in the same word family as told?

I have risk, brisk and whisk. Who has three words that are in the same word family as dawn?

I have cold, sold and fold. Who has three words that are in the same word family as gasp?

I have fawn, lawn and yawn. Who has three words that are in the same word family as cool?

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I have pool, tool and school. Who has three words that are in the same word family as most?

I have tale, sale and pale. Who has three words that are in the same word family as damp?

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I have ghost, host and post. Who has three words that are in the same word family as bought?

I have camp, lamp and stamp. Who has three words that are in the same word family as bench?

I have fought, brought and thought. Who has three words that are in the same word family as task?

I have trench, drench and quench. Who has three words that are in the same word family as wait?

I have mask, bask and ask. Who has three words that are in the same word family as male?

I have trait, await and bait. Who has three words that are in the same word family as since?

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I have coil, foil and soil. Who has three words that are in the same word family as part?

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I have mince, wince and prince. Who has three words that are in the same word family as scare?

I have share, fare and rare. Who has three words that are in the same word family as approach?

I have cart, chart and start. Who has three words that are in the same word family as long?

I have coach, poach and broach. Who has three words that are in the same word family as chair?

I have wrong, strong and song. Who has three words that are in the same word family as good?

I have stair, fair and hair. Who has three words that are in the same word family as boil?

I have wood, hood and stood. Who has the first card?

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Advanced word families 1. Follow the path by colouring the words as your classmates name them. lift sift drift

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froth cloth sloth

paint saint quaint

mole pole stole

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sigh thigh nigh

munch

grasp

fold

pool tool school

mask bask ask

tale sale pale

camp lamp stamp

dark park shark

hedge pledge ledge

host post

brought thought

await bait

drench quench

loot root

glance France

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coach poach broach stair fair hair

share fare rare

mince wince prince

foil soil

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Spelling – 1

I have i–n. Who has the spelling for the word is?

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I have t–h–e. Who has the spelling for the word and?

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I have the first card. Who has the spelling for the word the?

I have i–s. Who has the spelling for the word he?

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I have h–e. Who has the spelling for the word for?

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I have a–n–d. Who has the spelling for the word to?

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I have f–o–r. Who has the spelling for the word you?

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Spelling – 1

I have o–f. Who has the spelling for the word she?

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I have o–n. Who has the spelling for the word at?

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I have y–o–u. Who has the spelling for the word on?

I have s–h–e. Who has the spelling for the word by?

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I have b–y. Who has the spelling for the word that?

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I have a–t. Who has the spelling for the word his?

I have t–h–a–t. Who has the spelling for the word with?

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Spelling – 1

I have t–h–e–y. Who has the spelling for the word had?

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I have h–a–v–e. Who has the spelling for the word from?

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I have w–i–t–h. Who has the spelling for the word have?

I have h–a–d. Who has the spelling for the word do?

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I have d–o. Who has the spelling for the word but?

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I have f–r–o–m. Who has the spelling for the word this?

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I have b–u–t. Who has the spelling for the word not?

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I have w–h–e–n. Who has the spelling for the word how?

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I have a–l–l. Who has the spelling for the word were?

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I have n–o–t. Who has the spelling for the word all?

I have h–o–w. Who has the spelling for the word see?

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I have s–a–i–d. Who has the spelling for the word when?

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I have s–e–e. Who has the spelling for the word what?

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I have w–e–r–e. Who has the spelling for the word said?

I have w–h–a–t. Who has the first card?

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Spelling – 1 1. Write the spelling of each word as it is said. Write the words from left to right.

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Spelling – 2

I have s–o–m–e. Who has the spelling for the word them?

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I have l–i–k–e. Who has the spelling for the word away?

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I have the first card. Who has the spelling for the word like?

I have t–h–e–m. Who has the spelling for the word make?

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I have m–a–k–e. Who has the spelling for the word come?

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I have a–w–a–y. Who has the spelling for the word then?

I have c–o–m–e. Who has the spelling for the word look?

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I have i–n–t–o. Who has the spelling for the word has?

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I have o–u–t. Who has the spelling for the word help?

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I have l–o–o–k. Who has the spelling for the word out?

I have h–a–s. Who has the spelling for the word him?

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I have p–l–a–y. Who has the spelling for the word into?

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I have h–i–m. Who has the spelling for the word her?

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I have h–e–l–p. Who has the spelling for the word play?

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I have h–e–r. Who has the spelling for the word run?

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Spelling – 2

I have m–u–s–t. Who has the spelling for the word good?

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I have d–i–d. Who has the spelling for the word get?

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I have r–u–n. Who has the spelling for the word did?

I have g–o–o–d. Who has the spelling for the word down?

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I have n–o–w. Who has the spelling for the word must?

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I have d–o–w–n. Who has the spelling for the word came?

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I have g–e–t. Who has the spelling for the word now?

I have c–a–m–e. Who has the spelling for the word soon?

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I have w–a–n–t. Who has the spelling for the word once?

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I have f–i–n–d. Who has the spelling for the word three?

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I have s–o–o–n. Who has the spelling for the word find?

I have o–n–c–e. Who has the spelling for the word take?

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I have u–n–d–e–r. Who has the spelling for the word want?

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I have t–h–r–e–e. Who has the spelling for the word under.

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I have o–v–e–r. Who has the first card?

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I have rat. Who has the common noun in this sentence? I can see the bike.

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I have the first card. Who has the common noun in this sentence? I like my dog.

I have dog. Who has the common noun in this sentence? I see a rainbow.

I have bike. Who has the common noun in this sentence? I ran to the shop.

I have rainbow. Who has the common noun in this sentence? I made a cake.

I have shop. Who has the common noun in this sentence? I will go to the park.

I have cake. Who has the common noun in this sentence? I saw a rat.

I have park. Who has the common noun in this sentence? I like to watch the birds.

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I have tower. Who has the common noun in this sentence? We can go to the fair now.

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I have birds. Who has the common noun in this sentence? I want a mouse.

I have mouse. Who has the common noun in this sentence? I can ride a skateboard.

I have fair. Who has the common noun in this sentence? We get to go on the train.

I have skateboard. Who has the common noun in this sentence? We are going to the zoo.

I have train. Who has the common noun in this sentence? We like making the biscuits for her.

I have zoo. Who has the common noun in this sentence? We will build a tower.

I have biscuits. Who has the common noun in this sentence? We won the race!

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I have pool. Who has the common noun in this sentence? Do you know how to make a milkshake?

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I have race. Who has the common noun in this sentence? We ran out of peanut butter today.

I have peanut butter. Who has the common noun in this sentence? We played at her house.

I have milkshake. Who has the common noun in this sentence? Do you know who bought the new car?

I have house. Who has the common noun in this sentence? We want to go and see a movie tonight.

I have car. Who has the common noun in this sentence? Do you see my keys anywhere?

I have movie. Who has the common noun in this sentence? Do you want to swim in my pool?

I have keys. Who has the common noun in this sentence? Do you plan to move close to the beach?

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I have beach. Who has the common noun in this sentence? Where are my new shoes hiding?

I have book. Who has the common noun in this sentence? Did you say you wanted a bunny?

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I have bunny. Who has the common noun in this sentence? Have you seen her new dress?

I have shoes. Who has the common noun in this sentence? Where is her new office?

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I have homework. Who has the common noun in this sentence? Did you read the book to her?

I have sunglasses. Who has the first card?

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I have dress. Who has the common noun in this sentence? Do you know where I left my sunglasses?

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I have office. Who has the common noun in this sentence? Did you finish your homework?

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Write the uncoloured words in order on the lines below to answer the riddle.

Solution:

Which word in the solution is the common noun?

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Proper nouns

I have Mexico. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? Can I borrow your book called ‘Riddle Me’?

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I have the first card. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? Where did Mary go?

I have Mary. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? I am going to the zoo with Linda.

I have Riddle Me. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? She ordered her new wood floor from Drake’s Carpet.

I have Linda. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? Are you ready to go shopping at Central Hub?

I have Drake’s Carpet. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? He named his new puppy Shasta.

I have Central Hub. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? We leave for Mexico in two days.

I have Shasta. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? We are eating dinner with Tom.

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I have Wednesday. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? Did you know that my birthday is in May?

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I have Tom. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? Have you ever been to France?

I have France. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? Do you want a bite of my bun from BB’s Bakery?

I have May. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? She starts kindergarten at Weaver Primary School next week.

I have BB’s Bakery. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? Donna sold the house across the street.

I have Weaver Primary School. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? Mario won $100 in the contest.

I have Donna. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? Did you go to the concert last Wednesday night?

I have Mario. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? Last Sunday, we went to the fair.

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I have Sunday. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? The new snack is called Healthy Habits.

I have Japan. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? Did you hear that he got a job in London?

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I have Healthy Habits. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? In October, we will be going to a costume party.

I have London. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? They will buy a new house in an area called Ocean Reach.

I have October. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? Her friend, Kim, just moved away.

I have Ocean Reach. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? My dog, Shiloh, is nine years old.

I have Kim. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? I am going to Japan next month.

I have Shiloh. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? Last Tuesday night there was an ice-cream party at my school.

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I have Paul. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? Do you want to go with me to Skate Park?

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I have Tuesday. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? Did you hear that Brenton is getting a hearing aid?

I have Brenton. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? She works for the MIND Institute.

I have Skate Park. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? He just opened his first shop, Full Motorsports.

I have MIND Institute. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? They are taking their boat to Lake Superior.

I have Full Motorsports. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? Her sister just moved to Sydney.

I have Lake Superior. Who has the proper noun in this sentence? Have you seen Paul lately?

I have Sydney. Who has the first card?

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The

Shasta

r o e t s Riddle Tom BMe r e o p ok u SCentral Hub African France Mexico

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Wednesday

Donna

Weaver Primary School

Mario

Sunday

Healthy Habits

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London

Japan

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I have flew. Who has the verb in this sentence? The rat chewed a hole in her coat.

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I have ran. Who has the verb in this sentence? She bit into the apple.

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I have the first card. Who has the verb in this sentence? I ran to the corner.

I have chewed. Who has the verb in this sentence? The repairman fixed her sink.

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I have blew. Who has the verb in this sentence? The plane flew to Fiji.

I have drives. Who has the verb in this sentence? They won the contest.

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I have fixed. Who has the verb in this sentence? His new car drives very smoothly.

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I have bit. Who has the verb in this sentence? He blew a bubble with his bubblegum.

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I have read. Who has the verb in this sentence? She dreamed of animals every night.

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I have won. Who has the verb in this sentence? The crowd cheered for the home team.

I have cheered. Who has the verb in this sentence? Where did you hide that present?

I have dreamed. Who has the verb in this sentence? The mother bird fed her baby birds.

I have hide. Who has the verb in this sentence? She sold the books at an auction.

I have fed. Who has the verb in this sentence? She gave the man five dollars.

I have sold. Who has the verb in this sentence? He read the book to his sister.

I have gave. Who has the verb in this sentence? They left on the train.

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I have heard. Who has the verb in this sentence? The pitcher threw the ball.

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I have left. Who has the verb in this sentence? They will sell their table next week.

I have sell. Who has the verb in this sentence? The bee stung her on the hand.

I have threw. Who has the verb in this sentence? She dialled the number on the phone.

I have stung. Who has the verb in this sentence? They worked hard in the garden.

I have dialled. Who has the verb in this sentence? Keith opened the door for his friend.

I have worked. Who has the verb in this sentence? They heard an odd noise.

I have opened. Who has the verb in this sentence? They bought some muffins at the bakery.

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I have towed. Who has the verb in this sentence? She kissed her pet ferret good night.

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I have raised. Who has the verb in this sentence? He asked for a new toy.

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I have bought. Who has the verb in this sentence? She raised the rabbits for six years.

I have kissed. Who has the verb in this sentence? Do you want to ride on the train with me?

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I have begged. Who has the verb in this sentence? He towed the boat behind his car.

I have baked. Who has the first card?

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I have ride. Who has the verb in this sentence? His grandma baked fresh brownies for dessert.

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I have asked. Who has the verb in this sentence? She begged for a later bedtime that night.

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bit

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drives

three

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left

dialled

raised

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Past tense verbs

I have made. Who has the past tense form of the word running?

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I have looked. Who has the past tense form of the word finding?

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I have ran. Who has the past tense form of the word working?

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I have spoke. Who has the past tense form of the word making?

I have kept. Who has the past tense form of the word diving?

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I have worked. Who has the past tense form of the word keeping?

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I have bought. Who has the past tense form of the word driving?

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I have helped. Who has the past tense form of the word joining?

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I have dived. Who has the past tense form of the word helping?

I have drove. Who has the past tense form of the word feeding?

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I have drank. Who has the past tense form of the word watching?

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I have chewed. Who has the past tense form of the word hiding?

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I have sold. Who has the past tense form of the word chewing?

I have watched. Who has the past tense form of the word seeing?

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I have saw. Who has the past tense form of the word wanting?

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I have hid. Who has the past tense form of the word hearing?

I have wanted. Who has the past tense form of the word putting?

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I have said. Who has the past tense form of the word baking?

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I have did. Who has the past tense form of the word calling?

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I have put. Who has the past tense form of the word doing?

I have baked. Who has the past tense form of the word leaving?

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fed

drank

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saw

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Which word in the solution above is the present tense verb? Write the word in the past tense?

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I have round. Who has the adjective in this sentence? That lazy pig on the farm loves the mud.

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I have the first card. Who has the adjective in this sentence? I ate a hot sandwich.

I have hot. Who has the adjective in this sentence? Did you see that big butterfly?

I have lazy. Who has the adjective in this sentence? The green frog was hopping in front of me.

I have big. Who has the adjective in this sentence? That is a very bright light.

I have green. Who has the adjective in this sentence? It’s such a cold day today.

I have bright. Who has the adjective in this sentence? There is a round chair to sit on.

I have cold. Who has the adjective in this sentence? Your colourful dress suits you.

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I have friendly. Who has the adjective in this sentence? It was a happy day for her.

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I have colourful. Who has the adjective in this sentence? These are very yummy biscuits.

I have yummy. Who has the adjective in this sentence? Her new car was in the driveway.

I have happy. Who has the adjective in this sentence? There was an odd smell in the kitchen.

I have new. Who has the adjective in this sentence? That was a funny movie.

I have odd. Who has the adjective in this sentence? The kind man gave her a card.

I have funny. Who has the adjective in this sentence? They were friendly dogs.

I have kind. Who has the adjective in this sentence? That’s a pretty tablecloth.

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I have dirty. Who has the adjective in this sentence? The cheap dishes were at the sale.

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I have pretty. Who has the adjective in this sentence? There are free tickets in the mail.

I have free. Who has the adjective in this sentence? The hollow tree was the squirrel’s home.

I have cheap. Who has the adjective in this sentence? The loud noises wake her up at night.

I have hollow. Who has the adjective in this sentence? It was a dark night in the woods.

I have loud. Who has the adjective in this sentence? There were different toppings for the icecream.

I have dark. Who has the adjective in this sentence? Her dirty room needed a vacuum.

I have different. Who has the adjective in this sentence? He liked watching the calm waves of the ocean.

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I have scary. Who has the adjective in this sentence? It was a long drive to the country.

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I have calm. Who has the adjective in this sentence? Her loving class gave her hugs.

I have loving. Who has the adjective in this sentence? They got lost in the crowded city.

I have long. Who has the adjective in this sentence? Her curly hair blew in the wind.

I have crowded. Who has the adjective in this sentence? She walked through the open door.

I have curly. Who has the adjective in this sentence? The empty bottle was put into the basket.

I have open. Who has the adjective in this sentence? They saw a scary movie.

I have empty. Who has the first card?

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crowded

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calm

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I have the first card. Who has the adjective in this sentence? She had a big dinosaur on her cake.

I have tiny. Who has the adjective in this sentence? It was a quiet day in the classroom.

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I have big. Who has the adjective in this sentence? The boiling water is for making tea.

I have quiet. Who has the adjective in this sentence? The fluffy cat was resting.

I have boiling. Who has the adjective in this sentence? The chubby baby was smiling.

I have fluffy. Who has the adjective in this sentence? I like the beautiful colours in the painting.

I have chubby. Who has the adjective in this sentence? He saw a tiny mouse run by his feet.

I have beautiful. Who has the adjective in this sentence? The small chair was just her size.

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I have enormous. Who has the adjective in this sentence? The baby had such soft hair.

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I have small. Who has the adjective in this sentence? She liked laying on a raft in the shallow water.

I have shallow. Who has the adjectives in this sentence? They were going to the antique furniture show.

I have soft. Who has the adjective in this sentence? The sticky jam was all over the counter.

I have antique. Who has the adjective in this sentence? Why is that noisy group still outside?

I have sticky. Who has the adjective in this sentence? She hung the damp towel out to dry.

I have noisy. Who has the adjective in this sentence? The waiter brought out an enormous bowl of pasta.

I have damp. Who has the adjective in this sentence? There was a straight path to the garden.

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I have straight. Who has the adjective in this sentence? The stripy cat just came from the vet.

I have thick. Who has the adjective in this sentence? Her filthy feet were covered in mud.

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I have stripy. Who has the adjective in this sentence? The young boy loved to sleep late.

I have filthy. Who has the adjective in this sentence? He was such a helpful boy.

I have young. Who has the adjective in this sentence? The fast car won the race.

I have helpful. Who has the adjective in this sentence? Are you a respectful class?

I have fast. Who has the adjective in this sentence? It was hard to walk through the thick bush.

I have respectful. Who has the adjective in this sentence? The popular show was sold out.

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I have wise. Who has the adjective in this sentence? She was the first person to earn a trophy.

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I have popular. Who has the adjective in this sentence? She almost slipped on the wet floor.

I have wet. Who has the adjective in this sentence? The smart boy went to college.

I have first. Who has the adjective in this sentence? Lynn wanted a secret room built in her house.

I have smart. Who has the adjective in this sentence? The exciting movie was packed with explosions.

I have secret. Who has the adjective in this sentence? Did you see her cute ducklings?

I have exciting. Who has the adjective in this sentence? You might see a wise owl in a cartoon.

I have cute. Who has the first card?

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car

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towels

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I have spring. Who has the word that starts with ‘m’ and rhymes with lane? It is the long hair on a horse.

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I have the first card. Who has the word that starts with ‘b’ and rhymes with like? You ride on it.

I have bike. Who has the word that starts with ‘p’ and rhymes with most? It is how you send letters.

I have mane. Who has the word that starts with ‘br’ and rhymes with take? It makes things stop.

I have post. Who has the word that starts with ‘b’ and rhymes with shoe? It is the colour of the sky.

I have brake. Who has the word that starts with ‘st’ and rhymes with pool? It is a tall chair without a back.

I have blue. Who has the word that starts with ‘spr’ and rhymes with ring? It can mean to jump or the name of a season.

I have stool. Who has the word that starts with ‘st’ and rhymes with male? It describes bread that is old and hard.

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I have trap. Who has the word that starts with ‘d’ and rhymes with rock? It is a place to park a boat.

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I have the stale. Who has the word that starts with ‘pl’ and rhymes with tease? It is a word used when asking for something.

I have please. Who has the word that starts with ‘s’ and rhymes with need? It is planted to grow a plant or flower.

I have dock. Who has the word that starts with ‘c’ and rhymes with dash? It is a word for money.

I have seed. Who has the word that starts with ‘h’ and rhymes with mint? It means a clue.

I have cash. Who has the word that starts with ‘w’ and rhymes with bell? It is deep and holds water.

I have hint. Who has the word that starts with ‘tr’ and rhymes with lap? It means to catch something.

I have well. Who has the word that starts with ‘h’ and rhymes with meat? It makes you warmer.

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I have mall. Who has the word that starts with ‘fl’ and rhymes with boat? It means to stay above water.

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I have heat. Who has the word that starts with ‘scr’ and rhymes with team? It means to yell.

I have scream. Who has the word that starts with ‘pl’ and rhymes with dump? It means full and fat.

I have float. Who has the word that starts with ‘fl’ and rhymes with me? It means to leave.

I have plump. Who has the word that starts with ‘sc’ and rhymes with tent? It is a smell.

I have flee. Who has the word that starts with ‘c’ and rhymes with part? It is pushed and holds things.

I have scent. Who has the word that starts with ‘m’ and rhymes with ball? It is a street with shops.

I have cart. Who has the word that starts with ‘h’ and rhymes with dog? It is another word for pig.

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I have geese. Who has the word that starts with ‘thr’ and rhymes with bone? It is where a king sits.

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I have hog. Who has the word that starts with ‘m’ and rhymes with hair? It is a female horse.

I have mare. Who has the word that starts with ‘st’ and rhymes with eye? It is a pig’s messy home.

I have throne. Who has the word that starts with ‘fl’ and rhymes with trip? It means to turn over.

I have sty. Who has the word that starts with ‘cr’ and rhymes with time? It is when someone breaks the law.

I have flip. Who has the word that starts with ‘tr’ and rhymes with must? It means to believe someone.

I have crime. Who has the word that starts with ‘g’ and rhymes with peace? It is more than one goose.

I have trust. Who has the first card?

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heat

scream

plump

scent

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mall

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bike

spring

mane

cash

cart

hog

mare

stool

brake

dock

trap

crime

sty

stale

please

seed

hint

geese

throne

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Advanced vocabulary development

I have often. Who has the word that starts with ‘l’ and means to find something?

r o e t s Bo r e p ok u S

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I have the first card. Who has the word that starts with ‘e’ and means all members of a group?

I have every. Who has the word that starts with ‘d’ and means to watch out or you could get hurt?

I have locate. Who has the word that starts with ‘in’ and is a bug with three body parts?

I have danger. Who has the word that starts with ‘ex’ and means to tell the details of something?

I have insect. Who has the word that starts with ‘s’ and is something you should not tell?

I have explain. Who has the word that starts with ‘o’ and means it happens much of the time?

I have secret. Who has the word that starts with ‘r’ and means to fix?

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I have combine. Who has the word that starts with ‘d’ and is a group of 12?

r o e t s Bo r e p ok u S

I have mistake. Who has the word that starts with ‘t’ and means late?

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I have repair. Who has the word that starts with ‘m’ and is something a person does wrong?

I have dozen. Who has the word that starts with ‘s’ and is when the sun goes down?

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I have afraid. Who has the word that starts with ‘c’ and means to join together?

I have create. Who has the word that starts with ‘emp’ and means there is nothing inside?

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I have sunset. Who has the word that starts with ‘cr’ and means to make?

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I have tardy. Who has the word that starts with ‘a’ and means to be scared?

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I have polite. Who has the word that starts with ‘t’ and is a baby frog?

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I have wicked. Who has the word that starts with ‘qu’ and means there is no noise?

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I have empty. Who has the word that starts with ‘w’ and means very evil?

I have tadpole. Who has the word that starts with ‘s’ and is the warmest season?

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I have nothing. Who has the word that starts with ‘p’ and means to have good manners?

I have creature. Who has the word that starts with ‘b’ and means something is now in pieces and is no longer whole?

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I have summer. Who has the word that starts with ‘cr’ and is another word for a living thing?

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I have quiet. Who has the word that starts with ‘n’ and means to not have anything?

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I have quickly. Who has the word that starts with ‘h’ and is a word describing someone who tells the truth?

r o e t s Bo r e p ok u S

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I have broken. Who has the word that starts with ‘w’ and is a man who brings food to a table?

I have waiter. Who has the word that starts with ‘st’ and is a person you do not know and should not talk to?

I have honest. Who has the word that starts with ‘h’ and means 10 groups of 10?

I have stranger. Who has the word that starts with ‘r’ and means it is not fresh?

I have hundred. Who has the word that starts with ‘s’ and names a passage or tunnel under the ground?

I have rotten. Who has the word that starts with ‘qu’ and means to do something very fast?

I have subway. Who has the first card?

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Name

Date

Advanced vocabulary development 1. Follow the path by colouring the words as your classmates name them. Start

secret

every

repair

mistake

afraid tardy r o e t s Bo r e p locate combine o dozen u k S often create sunset insect

explain

summer

tadpole

empty

creature

polite

nothing

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danger

wicked quiet

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rotten

called

pod

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Write the uncoloured words on the lines below to answer the fun fact question. .

complete sentence.

(a)

(b)

(c)

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I have automobile. Who has the synonym for illness?

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I have present. Who has the synonym for prize?

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I have the first card. Who has the synonym for gift?

I have sickness. Who has the synonym for baby?

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I have smell. Who has the synonym for car?

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I have infant. Who has the synonym for idea?

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I have award. Who has the synonym for scent?

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I have thought. Who has the synonym for hat?

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Synonyms – Nouns

I have rug. Who has the synonym for pulp?

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I have tale. Who has the synonym for dirt?

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I have cap. Who has the synonym for story?

I have paste. Who has the synonym for ground?

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I have location. Who has the synonym for mat?

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I have floor. Who has the synonym for trip?

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I have soil. Who has the synonym for money?

I have journey. Who has the synonym for lady?

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I have pair. Who has the synonym for trio?

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I have youth. Who has the synonym for pupil?

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I have woman. Who has the synonym for child?

I have threesome. Who has the synonym for heat?

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I have trainer. Who has the synonym for couple?

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I have warmth. Who has the synonym for exercise?

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I have student. Who has the synonym for coach?

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I have workout. Who has the synonym for night?

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I have creature. Who has the synonym for germ?

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I have cost. Who has the synonym for helper?

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I have evening. Who has the synonym for price?

I have bug. Who has the synonym for daybreak?

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I have location. Who has the synonym for animal?

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I have dawn. Who has the synonym for rubbish?

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I have aide. Who has the synonym for a place?

I have garbage. Who has the first card?

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Date

Synonyms – Nouns 1. Follow the path by colouring the nouns as your classmates name them. Start

award

smell

automobile sickness

r o e t s Bo r e soil p tale cap othought u k S

rug

journey

paste

floor

woman

youth

infant

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cash

present

student

trainer

pair

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dawn

garbage

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D

E

F

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2. Write your favourite pair of synonyms in the empty box above.

.

(b)

is a synonym for

.

(c)

is a synonym for

.

(d)

is a synonym for

.

(e)

is a synonym for

.

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Synonyms – Verbs

I have finish. Who has the synonym for bring?

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I have inquire. Who has the synonym for yell?

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I have the first card. Who has the synonym for ask?

I have fetch. Who has the synonym for break?

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I have reside. Who has the synonym for end?

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I have smash. Who has the synonym for shut?

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I have shout. Who has the synonym for live?

I have close. Who has the synonym for leap?

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I have open. Who has the synonym for forgive?

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I have cure. Who has the synonym for leave?

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I have jump. Who has the synonym for heal?

I have excuse. Who has the synonym for keep?

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I have own. Who has the synonym for unlock?

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I have hold. Who has the synonym for fly?

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I have go. Who has the synonym for have?

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I have soar. Who has the synonym for look?

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Synonyms – Verbs

I have weep. Who has the synonym for start?

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I have hear. Who has the synonym for want?

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I have watch. Who has the synonym for listen?

I have begin. Who has the synonym for scare?

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I have take. Who has the synonym for cry?

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I have frighten. Who has the synonym for melt?

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I have desire. Who has the synonym for grab?

I have thaw. Who has the synonym for wink?

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I have hurry. Who has the synonym for create?

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I have boast. Who has the synonym for donate?

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I have blink. Who has the synonym for brag?

I have invent. Who has the synonym for rest?

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I have laugh. Who has the synonym for rush?

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I have relax. Who has the synonym for shock?

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I have give. Who has the synonym for giggle?

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I have surprise. Who has the first card?

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Synonyms – Verbs 1. Follow the path by colouring the verbs as your classmates name them. Start inquire

smash

close

cure jump r o e t s Bo r e preside ok It’s go u S finish

take

desire

own

weep

hear

the

begin

watch

soar

thaw

blink

boast

Finish

surprise

relax

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shout

fetch

open

excuse hold

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2. Riddle: What bird swims but can not fly?

hurry

3. Write synonyms for the words that start with the letter ‘f’.

(a)

is a synonym for

.

(b)

is a synonym for

.

(c)

is a synonym for

.

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Synonyms – Adjectives

I have below. Who has the synonym for fat?

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I have simple. Who has the synonym for brave?

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I have the first card. Who has the synonym for easy?

I have plump. Who has the synonym for glad?

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I have frightful. Who has the synonym for under?

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I have happy. Who has the synonym for difficult?

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I have daring. Who has the synonym for scary?

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I have hard. Who has the synonym for kind?

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Synonyms – Adjectives

I have loud. Who has the synonym for small?

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I have tardy. Who has the synonym for weary?

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I have nice. Who has the synonym for late?

I have little. Who has the synonym for neat?

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I have close. Who has the synonym for noisy?

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I have tidy. Who has the synonym for grateful?

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I have tired. Who has the synonym for near?

I have thankful. Who has the synonym for thin?

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I have chilly. Who has the synonym for dirty?

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I have special. Who has the synonym for tasty?

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I have slim. Who has the synonym for unique?

I have filthy. Who has the synonym for strong?

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I have cranky. Who has the synonym for cold?

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I have powerful. Who has the synonym for quick?

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I have delicious. Who has the synonym for grumpy?

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I have fast. Who has the synonym for correct?

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I have new. Who has the synonym for rich?

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I have twisted. Who has the synonym for false?

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I have right. Who has the synonym for bent?

I have wealthy. Who has the synonym for fit?

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I have silent. Who has the synonym for fresh?

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I have healthy. Who has the synonym for sad?

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I have untrue. Who has the synonym for quiet?

I have unhappy. Who has the first card?

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Date

Synonyms – Adjectives 1. Follow the path by colouring the adjectives as your classmates name them. Start

daring

frightful

below

plump

r o e t s Bo r e p filthy powerfulokfast chilly u S

happy

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new

silent

tidy

little

loud

B

C

D

untrue

tardy

m . u

special

close

tired

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(a)

is a synonym for

.

(b)

is a synonym for

.

(c)

is a synonym for

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Synonyms – Mixed practice

I have joyful. Who has the synonym for over?

r o e t s Bo r e p ok u S

I have allow. Who has the synonym for goal?

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I have the first card. Who has the synonym for let?

I have above. Who has the synonym for near?

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I have angry. Who has the synonym for happy?

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I have close. Who has the synonym for under?

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I have purpose. Who has the synonym for mad?

I have below. Who has the synonym for start?

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I have waste. Who has the synonym for job?

r o e t s Bo r e p ok u S

I have cease. Who has the synonym for draw?

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I have begin. Who has the synonym for stop?

I have task. Who has the synonym for huge?

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I have assist. Who has the synonym for rubbish?

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I have enormous. Who has the synonym for glance?

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I have sketch. Who has the synonym for help?

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I have look. Who has the synonym for make?

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Synonyms – Mixed practice

I have unkind. Who has the synonym for hard?

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I have talk. Who has the synonym for gentle?

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I have construct. Who has the synonym for chat?

I have solid. Who has the synonym for tall?

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I have snooze. Who has the synonym for mean?

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I have towering. Who has the synonym for dinner?

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I have kind. Who has the synonym for sleep?

I have supper. Who has the synonym for sunny?

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Synonyms – Mixed practice

I have aged. Who has the synonym for tired?

r o e t s Bo r e p ok u S

I have actual. Who has the synonym for equal?

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I have bright. Who has the synonym for real?

I have exhausted. Who has the synonym for crush?

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I have smart. Who has the synonym for old?

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I have squash. Who has the synonym for collect?

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I have same. Who has the synonym for wise?

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I have gather. Who has the first card?

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Name

Date

Synonyms – Mixed practice 1. Follow the path by colouring the words as your classmates name them. Start

allow

It

joyful

above

angry close r o e t s Bo r e p actual takes o below u k S bright cease begin purpose

smart

aged

supper

sketch

exhausted

towering

task

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waste

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squash

dozen

kind

talk

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2. Fun fact: How many honeybees does it take to make a teaspoon of honey?

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Solution:

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3. Write synonyms for three words in the table that have two syllables.

(a)

is a synonym for

.

(b)

is a synonym for

.

(c)

is a synonym for

.

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I have student. Who has the antonym for happiness?

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I have moonlight. Who has the antonym for fact?

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I have the first card. Who has the antonym for sunlight?

I have sadness. Who has the antonym for question?

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I have white. Who has the antonym for teacher?

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I have answer. Who has the antonym for beginning?

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I have fiction. Who has the antonym for black?

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I have ending. Who has the antonym for danger?

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I have entrance. Who has the antonym for whole?

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I have boy. Who has the antonym for sunrise?

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I have safety. Who has the antonym for girl?

I have part. Who has the antonym for brother?

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I have enemy. Who has the antonym for exit?

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I have sister. Who has the antonym for laugh?

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I have sunset. Who has the antonym for friend?

I have cry. Who has the antonym for war?

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I have punishment. Who has the antonym for leader?

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I have synonym. Who has the antonym for gain?

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I have peace. Who has the antonym for antonym?

I have follower. Who has the antonym for woman?

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I have failure. Who has the antonym for reward?

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I have man. Who has the antonym for work?

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I have lose. Who has the antonym for success?

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I have play. Who has the antonym for night?

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I have king. Who has the antonym for parent?

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I have father. Who has the antonym for doctor?

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I have day. Who has the antonym for mother?

I have child. Who has the antonym for summer?

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I have winter. Who has the antonym for country?

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white

student

ending

safety

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father

day

play

sunset

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boy

entrance

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city

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winter

follower

peace

punishment

failure

synonym

m . u

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lose

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(a)

is an antonym for

.

(b)

is an antonym for

.

(c)

is an antonym for

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I have leave. Who has the antonym for help?

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I have go. Who has the antonym for start?

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I have the first card. Who has the antonym for stop?

I have hinder. Who has the antonym for ask?

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I have listen. Who has the antonym for come?

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I have answer. Who has the antonym for give?

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I have finish. Who has the antonym for speak?

I have take. Who has the antonym for sleep?

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I have fix. Who has the antonym for create?

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I have disagree. Who has the antonym for like?

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I have wake. Who has the antonym for agree?

I have destroy. Who has the antonym for shrink?

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I have sell. Who has the antonym for break?

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I have dislike. Who has the antonym for buy?

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I have lose. Who has the antonym for soften?

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I have dawdle. Who has the antonym for shout?

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I have attack. Who has the antonym for guess?

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I have harden. Who has the antonym for guard?

I have whisper. Who has the antonym for rise?

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I have follow. Who has the antonym for hurry?

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I have fall. Who has the antonym for push?

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I have know. Who has the antonym for lead?

I have pull. Who has the antonym for open?

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I have subtract. Who has the antonym for sit?

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I have die. Who has the antonym for freeze?

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I have close. Who has the antonym for live?

I have stand. Who has the antonym for smile?

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I have separate. Who has the antonym for add?

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I have thaw. Who has the antonym for combine?

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lose

listen

leave

sell

answer

hinder

dislike

take

wake

disagree

males

frown

die

stand

subtract

Teac he r

know

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attack

finish

Only

r o e t s Bo r e p ok follow destroy fix u S expand

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go

harden

dawdle whisper fall

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2. Fun fact: What can male turkeys do that female turkeys can not?

Solution:

the

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3. Write an antonym for two verbs that have one syllable.

(a)

is an antonym for

.

(b)

is an antonym for

.

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I have bad. Who has the antonym for nice?

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I have hot. Who has the antonym for hard?

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I have the first card. Who has the antonym for cold?

I have nasty. Who has the antonym for pretty?

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I have difficult. Who has the antonym for good?

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I have ugly. Who has the antonym for short?

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I have soft. Who has the antonym for easy?

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I have tall. Who has the antonym for above?

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I have smooth. Who has the antonym for dry?

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I have back. Who has the antonym for under?

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I have below. Who has the antonym for front?

I have wet. Who has the antonym for dark?

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I have polite. Who has the antonym for rough?

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I have light. Who has the antonym for north?

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I have over. Who has the antonym for rude?

I have south. Who has the antonym for east?

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I have barren. Who has the antonym for awake?

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I have old. Who has the antonym for empty?

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I have west. Who has the antonym for new?

I have asleep. Who has the antonym for deep?

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I have unfair. Who has the antonym for lush?

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I have shallow. Who has the antonym for sharp?

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I have full. Who has the antonym for fair?

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I have dull. Who has the antonym for even?

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I have huge. Who has the antonym for inside?

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I have good. Who has the antonym for rich?

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I have odd. Who has the antonym for evil?

I have outside. Who has the antonym for last?

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I have high. Who has the antonym for tiny?

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I have first. Who has the antonym for gross?

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I have poor. Who has the antonym for low?

I have pleasant. Who has the first card?

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Date

Antonyms – Adjectives 1. Follow the path by colouring the adjectives as your classmates name them. Start

soft

difficult

ugly

tall

r o e t s B r e o west south bad onasty p u k S

below

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old

hot

full

unfair

light

polite

over

back

asleep

barren

wet

smooth

outside

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(a)

is an antonym for

.

(b)

is an antonym for

.

(c)

is an antonym for

.

(d)

is an antonym for

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I have repair. Who has the antonym for clean?

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I have together. Who has the antonym for bitter?

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I have the first card. Who has the antonym for separately?

I have dirty. Who has the antonym for up?

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I have outgoing. Who has the antonym for break?

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I have down. Who has the antonym for crooked?

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I have sweet. Who has the antonym for shy?

I have straight. Who has the antonym for dawn?

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I have harsh. Who has the antonym for heavy?

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I have bright. Who has the antonym for blame?

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I have dusk. Who has the antonym for dim?

I have light. Who has the antonym for hill?

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I have selfless. Who has the antonym for gentle?

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I have valley. Who has the antonym for weak?

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I have forgive. Who has the antonym for selfish?

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I have strong. Who has the antonym for him?

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I have out. Who has the antonym for free?

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I have yours. Who has the antonym for she?

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I have her. Who has the antonym for mine?

I have expensive. Who has the antonym for left?

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I have unhappy. Who has the antonym for in?

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I have right. Who has the antonym for real?

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I have he. Who has the antonym for jolly?

I have fake. Who has the antonym for wide?

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Antonyms – Mixed practice

I have least. Who has the antonym for you?

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I have more. Who has the antonym for many?

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I have narrow. Who has the antonym for less?

I have me. Who has the antonym for save?

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I have freeze. Who has the antonym for most?

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I have spend. Who has the antonym for near?

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I have few. Who has the antonym for melt?

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I have far. Who has the first card?

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Antonyms – Mixed practice 1. Follow the path by colouring the words as your classmates name them. Start

outgoing

repair

dirty

r o e t s B r e out unhappy dusk o p ok straight u S he expensive bright forgive sleep

right

yours

eye

fake

her

strong

narrow

more

valley

least

me

spend

down

ew i ev Pr

sweet

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together

selfless harsh light

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2. Fun fact: What is unusual about how dolphins sleep?

Write the uncoloured words on the lines below to answer the fun fact question.

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with one

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4. Write an antonym for three of the words above that have two syllables.

(a)

is an antonym for

.

(b)

is an antonym for

.

(c)

is an antonym for

.

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I have question. Who has the word to finish this analogy? awake is to asleep as ugly is to _______

r o e t s Bo r e p ok u S

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I have the first card. Who has the word to finish this analogy? back is to rear as over is to ________

I have above. Who has the word to finish this analogy? up is to down as in is to _______

I have pretty. Who has the word to finish this analogy? open is to shut as moon is to _______

I have out. Who has the word to finish this analogy? good is to bad as soft is to _______

I have sun. Who has the word to finish this analogy? even is to odd as top is to _______

I have hard. Who has the word to finish this analogy? look is to see as ask is to _______

I have bottom. Who has the word to finish this analogy? join is to add as separate is to _______

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I have chair. Who has the word to finish this analogy? ill is to sick as thin is to _______

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I have subtract. Who has the word to finish this analogy? fix is to mend as yell is to _______

I have shout. Who has the word to finish this analogy? enter is to exit as black is to _______

I have slim. Who has the word to finish this analogy? clean is to dirty as beginning is to _______

I have white. Who has the word to finish this analogy? low is to high as empty is to _______

I have end. Who has the word to finish this analogy? start is to begin as end is to _______

I have full. Who has the word to finish this analogy? job is to task as seat is to _______

I have finish. Who has the word to finish this analogy? cause is to effect as day is to _______

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I have clear. Who has the word to finish this analogy? duo is to two as trio is to _______

r o e t s Bo r e p ok u S

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I have night. Who has the word to finish this analogy? small is to large as light is to _______

I have heavy. Who has the word to finish this analogy? go is to leave as happy is to _______

I have three. Who has the word to finish this analogy? east is to west as north is to _______

I have glad. Who has the word to finish this analogy? funny is to scary as dark is to _______

I have south. Who has the word to finish this analogy? strong is to powerful as huge is to _______

I have bright. Who has the word to finish this analogy? near is to far as blurry is to _______

I have giant. Who has the word to finish this analogy? laugh is to cry as smile is to _______

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I have old. Who has the word to finish this analogy? baby is to infant as student is to _____

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I have frown. Who has the word to finish this analogy? rough is to smooth as wet is to _____

I have dry. Who has the word to finish this analogy? he is to she as man is to _____

I have pupil. Who has the word to finish this analogy? make is to create as hold is to _____

I have woman. Who has the word to finish this analogy? help is to assist as listen is to _____

I have carry. Who has the word to finish this analogy? wide is to narrow as yes is to _____

I have hear. Who has the word to finish this analogy? more is to less as new is to _____

I have no. Who has the first card?

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Name

Date

Basic analogies 1. Follow the path by colouring the words as your classmates name them. Start

chair

slim

end

finish

r o e t s Bo r e p bright glad ok u white heavy S

out

shout

clear

three

night

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full

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sun

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pretty

old

pupil

carry

no

m . u

hard

Finish

o c . chofeyour own in the blank e 2. Write an analogy box above. r o t r s s r u e p 3. Finish each analogy. Circle what type of analogy it is.

(a) sunny is to cloudy as warm is to

synonym antonym

(b) sad is to funny as empty is to

synonym antonym

(c) large is to big as tiny is to

synonym antonym

(d) end is to finish as start is to

synonym antonym

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I have kitchen. Who has the word to finish this analogy? hand is to clock as wheel is to _____

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I have the first card. Who has the word to finish this analogy? finger is to hand as toe is to _____

I have foot. Who has the word to finish this analogy? sky is to blue as grass is to ______

I have car. Who has the word to finish this analogy? honey is to sticky as ice is to _____

I have green. Who has the word to finish this analogy? sun is to heat as brain is to _____

I have wet. Who has the word to finish this analogy? bell is to rings as dog is to _____

I have think. Who has the word to finish this analogy? shower is to bathroom as oven is to _____

I have barks. Who has the word to finish this analogy? crayon is to crayon box as book is to _____

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I have hive. Who has the word to finish this analogy? timer is to buzzes as phone is to _____

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I have bookcase. Who has the word to finish this analogy? screen is to computer as page is to _____

I have book. Who has the word to finish this analogy? sandpaper is to rough as rabbit is to _____

I have rings. Who has the word to finish this analogy? fish is to school as deer is to _____

I have soft. Who has the word to finish this analogy? foot is to walk as eye is to _____

I have herd. Who has the word to finish this analogy? concert is to loud as library is to _____

I have see. Who has the word to finish this analogy? bear is to den as bee is to _____

I have quiet. Who has the word to finish this analogy? horse is to gallops as fish is to _____

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I have sails. Who has the word to finish this analogy? cow is to farm as tiger is to _____

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I have swims. Who has the word to finish this analogy? bird is to sky as whale is to _____

I have ocean. Who has the word to finish this analogy? button is to shirt as lace is to _____

I have jungle. Who has the word to finish this analogy? dictionary is to words as calculator is to _____

I have shoe. Who has the word to finish this analogy? rain is to wet as sun is to _____

I have numbers. Who has the word to finish this analogy? night is to dark as day is to _____

I have dry. Who has the word to finish this analogy? plane is to flies as ship is to _____

I have light. Who has the word to finish this analogy? ice is to melts as rubbish is to _____

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I have boils. Who has the word to finish this analogy? glove is to hand as hat is to _____

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I have smells. Who has the word to finish this analogy? bird is to nest as dog is to _____

I have kennel. Who has the word to finish this analogy? April is to year as Monday is to _____

I have head. Who has the word to finish this analogy? branch is to tree as petal is to _____

I have week. Who has the word to finish this analogy? mountain is to tall as ocean is to _____

I have flower. Who has the word to finish this analogy? race car is to fast as snail is to _____

I have deep. Who has the word to finish this analogy? corn is to pops as water is to _____

I have slow. Who has the first card?

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Date

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foot

think

bookcase

book

barks r o e t s Bo r e pcar ok wet u S herd rings green

quiet

swims

ostrich

sails

ocean

shoe

dry

see hive

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kitchen

soft

jungle

numbers

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slow

Finish

brain

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flower

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Write the uncoloured words on the lines to answer the fun fact question.

o c . Solution: The eye of the is than its ch e r er o t s s r u e p 3. Finish each analogy.

(a) mouse is to hole as letter is to

(b) inventor is to creates as doctor is to

(c) snake is to slithers as dolphin is to

(d) cheetah is to fast as turtle is to

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Identify the contraction

I have didn’t. Who has the contraction for the words let us?

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I have I’m. Who has the contraction for the words who is?

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I have the first card. Who has the contraction for the words I am?

I have let’s. Who has the contraction for the words I will?

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I have she’ll. Who has the contraction for the words did not?

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I have who’s. Who has the contraction for the words she will?

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I have she’s. Who has the contraction for the words can not?

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I have can’t. Who has the contraction for the words is not?

I have he’ll. Who has the contraction for the words where is?

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I have where’s. Who has the contraction for the words was not?

I have isn’t. Who has the contraction for the words that is?

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I have you’re. Who has the contraction for the words he will?

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I have wasn’t. Who has the contraction for the words I have?

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I have that’s. Who has the contraction for the words you are?

I have I’ve. Who has the contraction for the words have not?

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I have you’ll. Who has the contraction for the words we are?

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I have how’s. Who has the contraction for the words should not?

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I have we’re. Who has the contraction for the words there is?

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I have he’s. Who has the contraction for the words you will?

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I have shouldn’t. Who has the contraction for the words he is?

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I have I’d. Who has the contraction for the words has not?

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I have hasn’t. Who has the contraction for the words they will?

I have don’t. Who has the contraction for the words what is?

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I have what’s. Who has the contraction for the words will not?

I have they’ll. Who has the contraction for the words we have?

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I have it’s. Who has the contraction for the words do not?

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I have won’t. Who has the contraction for the words they are?

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I have we’ve. Who has the contraction for the words it is?

I have they’re. Who has the first card?

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Date

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he’ll

where’s

wasn’t

r o e t s Bo r e p you’re that’s okisn’t who’s u S

didn’t

let’s

I’ll

she’s

I’ve

haven’t

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I’m

can’t

how’s

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don’t

what’s

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won’t

they’re

there’s

he’s

Finish

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it’s

you’ll

we’re

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C

D

3. Write the words that make up three of the contractions in Column F.

(a)

is made from the words

and

.

(b)

is made from the words

and

.

(c)

is made from the words

and

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I have can not. Who has the words for the contraction I’ll?

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I have I am. Who has the words for the contraction he’s?

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I have the first card. Who has the words for the contraction I’m?

I have I will. Who has the words for the contraction we’re?

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I have I have. Who has the words for the contraction can’t?

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I have we are. Who has the words for the contraction don’t?

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I have he is. Who has the words for the contraction I’ve?

I have do not. Who has the words for the contraction we’ve?

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I have she is. Who has the words for the contraction isn’t?

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I have who is. Who has the words for the contraction let’s?

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I have we have. Who has the words for the contraction who’s?

I have is not. Who has the words for the contraction she’ll?

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I have who will. Who has the words for the contraction she’s?

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I have she will. Who has the words for the contraction you’re?

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I have let us. Who has the words for the contraction who’ll?

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I have you are. Who has the words for the contraction hasn’t?

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I have has not. Who has the words for the contraction aren’t?

I have they are. Who has the words for the contraction doesn’t?

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I have does not. Who has the words for the contraction he’ll?

I have are not. Who has the words for the contraction wasn’t?

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I have here is. Who has the words for the contraction they’re?

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I have he will. Who has the words for the contraction it’ll?

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I have was not. Who has the words for the contraction here’s?

I have it will. Who has the words for the contraction you’ve?

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Identify the words for each contraction

I have could not. Who has the words for the contraction wouldn’t?

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I have it is. Who has the words for the contraction that’s?

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I have you have. Who has the words for the contraction it’s?

I have would not. Who has the words for the contraction shouldn’t?

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I have you will. Who has the words for the contraction couldn’t?

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I have should not. Who has the words for the contraction we’ll?

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I have that is. Who has the words for the contraction you’ll?

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Name

Date

Identify the words for each contraction 1. Follow the path by colouring the words as your classmates name them. Start who will

he is

I have

can not

It r we are o e t s Bo r e pis we have do not ok who u S let us

I will closes

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she is

I am

is not

has not

are not

was not

here is

she will

you are

he will

does not

it is

you have

it will

its

for

two

would not

should not

months

A

B

C

D

E

they are doors

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m . u

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3. Write the contraction that is made from two of the words in Column D.

(a)

and

create the contraction

.

(b)

and

create the contraction

.

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Compound words – 1

I have bedroom. Who has the compound word used to name where one road crosses another?

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I have the first card. Who has the compound word used to say your back hurts?

I have backache. Who has the compound word used to name the coat you wear when it rains?

I have crossroad. Who has the compound word used to name the nail on your finger?

I have raincoat. Who has the compound word used to say you are not wearing shoes?

I have fingernail. Who has the compound word used to name a worm that lives under the ground?

I have barefoot. Who has the compound word used to say where you sleep in your house?

I have earthworm. Who has the compound word used to name the path to a home a car drives on?

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I have shoelace. Who has the compound word used to name food that comes from the ocean?

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I have driveway. Who has the compound word used to name a sport in which players try to tackle the player with the ball.

I have football. Who has the compound word used to name a ‘man’ made out of snow?

I have seafood. Who has the compound word used to name the paper that gives you the news?

I have snowman. Who has the compound word used to name a shell found at the beach?

I have newspaper. Who has the compound word used to name the light we get from the moon?

I have seashell. Who has the compound word used to name the lace that ties your shoe?

I have moonlight. Who has the compound word used to name a friend who is a girl?

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Compound words – 1

I have backpack. Who has the compound word used to name the knob on a door?

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I have carpark. Who has the compound word used to name the first meal of the day?

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I have girlfriend. Who has the compound word used to name the place where you park a car?

I have doorknob. Who has the compound word used to name a person who keeps you safe near water?

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I have classmate. Who has the compound word used to name a pack that you carry on your back?

I have grasshopper. Who has the compound word used to name what you get when your hair is trimmed?

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I have lifeguard. Who has the compound word used to name a creature that hops through the grass?

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I have breakfast. Who has the compound word used to name a person who is in your class?

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Compound words – 1

I have bedtime. Who has the compound word used to name the days that are at the end of a week?

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I have homemade. Who has the compound word used to name a storm that has thunder?

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I have haircut. Who has the compound word used to say something created at your house?

I have weekend. Who has the compound word used to name a chair on wheels?

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I have toothbrush. Who has the compound word used to name the time you go to bed?

I have woodpecker. Who has the first card?

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I have wheelchair. Who has the compound word used to name a bird that pecks wood?

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I have thunderstorm. Who has the compound word used to name a brush used to clean your teeth?

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Name

Date

Compound words – 1 1. Follow the path by colouring the compound words as your classmates name them. Start

raincoat

barefoot

bedroom

girlfriend

carpark

breakfast

classmate

crossroad

fingernail

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moonlight

backache

snowman earthworm

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haircut

homemade thunderstorm toothbrush

w ww

Finish

bedtime

weekend

m . u

grasshopper lifeguard

woodpecker wheelchair

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3. Write the words that make up three of the compound words in Column E.

(a)

is made from

and

.

(b)

is made from

and

.

(c)

is made from

and

.

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I have the first card. Who has the compound word used to say something is tight enough to keep air out?

I have earthquake. Who has the compound word used to name the room where you take a bath?

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I have bathroom. Who has the compound word used to name a woman who herds cattle?

I have airtight. Who has the compound word used to name a bird that is black?

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I have earring. Who has the compound word used when the earth trembles?

I have sunrise. Who has the compound word used to name a book that holds notes?

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I have cowgirl. Who has the compound word used to name the time when the sun rises?

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I have blackbird. Who has the compound word used to name a ring worn in the ear?

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Compound words – 2

I have quicksand. Who has the compound word used to name corn that pops?

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I have overcoat. Who has the compound word used to name the snake that a rattles?

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I have notebook. Who has the compound word used to name a coat worn over clothes?

I have popcorn. Who has the compound word used to name a ship that was destroyed?

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I have airport. Who has the compound word used to name soft sand in which you could quickly sink?

I have spotlight. Who has the compound word used to name a friend who is a boy?

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I have shipwreck. Who has the compound word used to name the light that shines on one spot?

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I have rattlesnake. Who has the compound word used to name the place where planes land and take-off?

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Compound words – 2

I have suitcase. Who has the compound word used to name a person on your team?

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I have dressmaker. Who has the compound word used to name the area under the ground?

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I have boyfriend. Who has the compound word used to name someone who makes dresses?

I have teammate. Who has the compound word used to name a burn caused by the sun?

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I have sunset. Who has the compound word used to name a case used to carry suits or clothes?

I have toenail. Who has the compound word used to name a chair with large arms?

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I have sunburn. Who has the compound word used to name a nail on your toe?

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I have underground. Who has the compound word used to name the time the sun goes down?

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Compound words – 2

I have firewood. Who has the compound word used to name a stack of hay on a farm?

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I have basketball. Who has the compound word used to name the day you were born?

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I have armchair. Who has the compound word used to name a game played by throwing a ball into a basket?

I have haystack. Who has the compound word used to name something used to scare away crows?

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I have cookbook. Who has the compound word used to name wood used for a fire?

I have baseball. Who has the first card?

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I have scarecrow. Who has the compound word used to name a game played by hitting a ball and then running to bases?

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I have birthday. Who has the compound word used to name a book that tells how to cook?

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Name

Date

Compound words – 2 1. Follow the path by colouring the compound words as your classmates name them. Start earring

Teac he r

firewood

Finish

haystack

r o e t s cookbook scarecrow Bo r e p ok u S duckbill birthday basketball blackbird

baseball armchair

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earthquake

airtight

bathroom

cowgirl

sunrise

sunburn

rattlesnake

overcoat

notebook

teammate

toenail

suitcase

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shipwreck dressmaker underground

m . u

quicksand

w ww

A B C D E 2. Fun fact: What is the only mammal in the world that squirts venom?

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3. Which word in the solution above is a compound word? 4. Write the words that make up two of the compound words in Column D.

(a)

is made from

and

.

(b)

is made from

and

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Identify the singular noun

I have boy. Who has the word that means only one of the cars?

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I have friend. Who has the word that means only one of the balls?

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I have the first card. Who has the word that means only one of the friends?

I have car. Who has the word that means only one of the things?

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I have cat. Who has the word that means only one of the boys?

I have hand. Who has the word that means only one of the dogs?

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I have thing. Who has the word that means only one of the hands?

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I have ball. Who has the word that means only one of the cats?

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I have king. Who has the word that means only one of the girls?

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I have flower. Who has the word that means only one of the houses?

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I have dog. Who has the word that means only one of the flowers?

I have girl. Who has the word that means only one of the names?

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I have book. Who has the word that means only one of the kings?

I have day. Who has the word that means only one of the ants?

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I have name. Who has the word that means only one of the days?

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I have house. Who has the word that means only one of the books?

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I have sheep. Who has the word that means only one of the teeth?

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I have man. Who has the word that means only one of the mice?

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I have ant. Who has the word that means only one of the men?

I have tooth. Who has the word that means only one of the fish?

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I have person. Who has the word that means only one of the sheep?

I have wolf. Who has the word that means only one of the geese?

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I have fish. Who has the word that means only one of the wolves?

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I have mouse. Who has the word that means only one of the people?

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Identify the singular noun

I have hoof. Who has the word that means only one of the oxen?

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I have foot. Who has the word that means only one of the leaves?

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I have goose. Who has the word that means only one of the feet?

I have ox. Who has the word that means only one of the deer?

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I have knife. Who has the word that means only one of the hooves?

I have room. Who has the first card?

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I have deer. Who has the word that means only one of the rooms?

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I have leaf. Who has the word that means only one of the knives?

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Name

Date

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ball

bat

r o e t s Bohouse r e boy cat p ok u S

plate

book

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car

friend

thing

hand

dog

flower

king

tooth

sheep

person

cow

girl

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knife

goose

table

ant

ox

deer

child

day

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foot

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cookie

bird

2. Write three of the singular nouns that are not coloured in the table above. Then write the plural form of each noun.

(a)

is the singular form of

.

(b)

is the singular form of

.

(c)

is the singular form of

.

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Identify the plural noun

I have schools. Who has the word that means more than one park?

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I have bears. Who has the word that means more than one home?

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I have the first card. Who has the word that means more than one bear?

I have parks. Who has the word that means more than one cake?

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I have bikes. Who has the word that means more than one school?

I have rabbits. Who has the word that means more than one box?

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I have cakes. Who has the word that means more than one rabbit?

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I have homes. Who has the word that means more than one bike?

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Identify the plural noun

I have bees. Who has the word that means more than one lamp?

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I have trains. Who has the word that means more than one rock?

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I have boxes. Who has the word that means more than one train?

I have lamps. Who has the word that means more than one wish?

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I have dishes. Who has the word that means more than one bee?

I have foxes. Who has the word that means more than one boat?

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I have wishes. Who has the word that means more than one fox?

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I have rocks. Who has the word that means more than one dish?

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Identify the plural noun

I have cups. Who has the word that means more than one tooth?

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I have spoons. Who has the word that means more than one clock?

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I have boats. Who has the word that means more than one spoon?

I have teeth. Who has the word that means more than one ox?

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I have babies. Who has the word that means more than one cup?

I have sheep. Who has the word that means more than one man?

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I have oxen. Who has the word that means more than one sheep?

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I have clocks. Who has the word that means more than one baby?

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Identify the plural noun

I have children. Who has the word that means more than one foot?

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I have loaves. Who has the word that means more than one mouse?

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I have men. Who has the word that means more than one loaf?

I have feet. Who has the word that means more than one fly?

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I have geese. Who has the word that means more than one child?

I have cows. Who has the first card?

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I have flies. Who has the word that means more than one cow?

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I have mice. Who has the word that means more than one goose?

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cups

dishes

rats

r o e t s Bbees r oo homese trains p u k S

schools

bikes

boxes

leaves

parks

cakes

rabbits

boats

lamps

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bears

rocks

wishes

foxes

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geese

men

sheep

oxen

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feet

games

teeth

children

ladies

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babies

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mice

cups

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2. Write three of the plural nouns that are not coloured in the table above. Then write the singular form of each noun.

(a)

is the plural form of

.

(b)

is the plural form of

.

(c)

is the plural form of

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Identify the main idea

I have weather. Who has the main idea of these words: add, subtract, numbers?

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I have colours. Who has the main idea of these words: cat, dog, rabbit?

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I have the first card. Who has the main idea of these words: red, purple, green?

I have maths. Who has the main idea of these words: water, juice, tea?

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I have sports. Who has the main idea of these words: rainy, sunny, cloudy?

I have coins. Who has the main idea of these words: trout, cod, salmon?

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I have drinks. Who has the main idea of these words: money, cent, dollar?

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I have pets. Who has the main idea of these words: rugby, soccer, basketball?

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I have forms of transportation. Who has the main idea of these words: lake, river, stream?

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I have fish. Who has the main idea of these words: penguin, panda, killer whale?

I have black and white animals. Who has the main idea of these words: biscuits, cakes, brownies?

I have bodies of water. Who has the main idea of these words: cereal, eggs, pancakes?

I have baked treats. Who has the main idea of these words: cap, hat, beanie?

I have breakfast foods. Who has the main idea of these words: shoes, boots, sandals?

I have things you wear on your head. Who has the main idea of these words: car, bike, train?

I have footwear. Who has the main idea of these words: book, magazine, newspaper?

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Identify the main idea

I have foods that are orange. Who has the main idea of these words: banana, apple, pear?

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I have things you read. Who has the main idea of these words: pencil, pen, paper?

I have stationery. Who has the main idea of these words: circle, square, rectangle?

I have fruit. Who has the main idea of these words: spoon, fork, knife?

I have shapes. Who has the main idea of these words: north, east, south?

I have cutlery. Who has the main idea of these words: noun, verb, adjective?

I have directions. Who has the main idea of these words: pumpkin, carrot, orange juice?

I have parts of speech. Who has the main idea of these words: water, air, food?

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I have things you watch. Who has the main idea of these words: octopus, shark, eel?

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I have vegetables. Who has the main idea of these words: two, six, ten?

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I have what living things need to survive. Who has the main idea of these words: potato, carrot, broccoli?

I have animals that live in the ocean. Who has the main idea of these words: winter, summer, spring?

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I have birds. Who has the main idea of these words: movie, concert, television?

I have jewellery. Who has the first card?

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I have seasons. Who has the main idea of these words: ring, bracelet, necklace?

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I have even numbers. Who has the main idea of these words: parakeet, canary, parrot?

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I have ball, stumps, bat. Who has the details for this main idea: on a clock?

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I have the first card. Who has the details for this main idea: unhealthy foods?

I have chips, lollies, biscuits. Who has the details for this main idea: water transportation?

I have numbers, minute hand, hour hand. Who has the details for this main idea: fast foods?

I have boat, raft, ship. Who has the details for this main idea: sounds?

I have hamburger, chicken nuggets, kebab. Who has the details for this main idea: odd numbers?

I have snap, buzz, chirp. Who has the details for this main idea: cricket equipment?

I have five, seven, nine. Who has the details for this main idea: months?

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I have plumber, doctor, teacher. Who has the details for this main idea: types of nuts?

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I have March, June, December. Who has the details for this main idea: things a person does when sick?

I have sneeze, cough, sleep. Who has the details for this main idea: rooms in a house?

I have peanut, cashew, walnut. Who has the details for this main idea: parts of a face?

I have bedroom, kitchen, bathroom. Who has the details for this main idea: tools?

I have eyes, nose, mouth. Who has the details for this main idea: heavy things?

I have hammer, saw, pliers. Who has the details for this main idea: jobs?

I have bricks, elephant, tree. Who has the details for this main idea: things you can fill with air?

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I have lizard, snake, turtle. Who has the details for this main idea: nocturnal animals?

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I have balloon, ball, dinghy. Who has the details for this main idea: things that turn?

I have dial, doorknob, wheel. Who has the details for this main idea: things that fly?

I have bat, owl, wolf. Who has the details for this main idea: black animals?

I have eagle, aeroplane, owl. Who has the details for this main idea: flavours?

I have crow, panther, fly. Who has the details for this main idea: writing implements?

I have chocolate, vanilla, spearmint. Who has the details for this main idea: reptiles?

I have pen, pencil, crayon. Who has the details for this main idea: synonyms for nice?

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I have pants, shirt, shorts. Who has the details for this main idea: computer equipment?

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I have kind, sweet, thoughtful. Who has the details for this main idea: 3-D shapes?

I have cube, pyramid, cone. Who has the details for this main idea: sandwich fillings?

I have mouse, keyboard, monitor. Who has the details for this main idea: creatures with sharp teeth?

I have tuna, salad, ham. Who has the details for this main idea: items to keep bodies clean?

I have crocodile, tiger, shark. Who has the details for this main idea: things on a calendar?

I have soap, shampoo, toothpaste. Who has the details for this main idea: clothing?

I have day, date, month. Who has the first card?

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boat

soap

pants

mouse

crocodile

day

raft

shampoo

shirt

keyboard

tiger

date

ship

toothpaste

shorts

monitor

shark

month

ball

snap

tuna

cube

stumps

buzz

salad

pyramid

bat

chirp

ham

cone

chips lollies

numbers minute hand

hour hand

hamburger chicken nuggets kebab

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teacher

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dial

eagle

eagle

chocolate

doorknob aeroplane wheel

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2. Riddle: What bird never needs a haircut?

Write the uncoloured words on the lines below to answer the riddle.

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I have five. Which word does not belong with the others: comma, verb, adjective?

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I have the first card. Which word does not belong with the others: happy, joyful, sad?

I have sad. Which word or phrase does not belong with the others: 20 cents, token, $1.00?

I have comma. Which word does not belong with the others: flower, moon, star?

I have token. Which word does not belong with the others: Friday, March, Tuesday?

I have flower. Which word does not belong with the others: tiger, rabbit, cheetah?

I have March. Which word does not belong with the others: ten, twenty, five?

I have rabbit. Which word or phrase does not belong with the others: please, thank you, no way?

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I have carrot. Which word does not belong with the others: beep, loud, bang?

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I have rain. Which word does not belong with the others: cup, litre, kilogram?

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I have no way. Which word does not belong with the others: winter, rain, summer?

I have loud. Which word does not belong with the others: leg, mouth, foot?

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I have lemonade. Which word does not belong with the others: carrot, peach, apple?

I have horrible. Which word does not belong with the others: jet, aeroplane, train?

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I have mouth. Which word does not belong with the others: horrible, terrific, great?

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I have kilogram. Which word does not belong with the others: coffee, lemonade, hot chocolate?

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Elimination based upon content categories

I have eel. Which word does not belong with the others: first, even, next?

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I have box. Which word does not belong with the others: square, cone, triangle?

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I have train. Which word does not belong with the others: doughnut, wheel, box?

I have even. Which word does not belong with the others: large, tiny, giant?

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I have hot chocolate. Which word does not belong with the others: frog, eel, duck?

I have salad. Which word does not belong with the others: tiger, leopard, kangaroo?

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I have tiny. Which word does not belong with the others: salad, cookie, brownie?

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I have cone. Which word does not belong with the others: ice-cream, ice, hot chocolate?

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I have chocolate. Which word does not belong with the others: elm, gum, daisy?

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I have kangaroo. Which word does not belong with the others: elephant, whale, dolphin?

I have elephant. Which word does not belong with the others: swimsuit, raincoat, umbrella?

I have daisy. Which word does not belong with the others: right, closed, left?

I have swimsuit. Which word does not belong with the others: red, green, crayon?

I have closed. Which word does not belong with the others: see, smell, agree?

I have crayon. Which word does not belong with the others: chocolate, butter, cream?

I have agree. Who has the first card?

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(a) movies, sleep, television

Why?

(b) apple, banana, broccoli

Why?

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Elimination based upon phonics

I have chick. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: wrap, flip, wrong?

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I have chat. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: when, this, that?

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I have the first card. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: shoe, shine, chat?

I have flip. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: cling, chip, clock?

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I have whip. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: chick, quilt, quit?

I have crop. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: late, treat, lazy?

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I have chip. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: bread, bring, crop?

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I have when. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: chew, whip, chest?

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I have did. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: grab, going, ground?

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I have bed. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: hill, flat, hut?

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I have treat. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: black, blimp, bed?

I have going. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: fly, flower, fan?

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I have clean. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: did, drip, drill?

I have fake. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: gentle, germ, good?

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I have fan. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: free, fake, frog?

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I have flat. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: clean, cry, crack?

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I have good. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: glow, glass, gum?

I have look. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: play, plant, pan?

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I have pan. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: pink, pretty, price?

I have gum. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: grow, gap, grin?

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I have so. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: look, pond, pad?

I have get. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: save, score, school?

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I have pink. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: quit, quiet, get?

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I have gap. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: tap, so, town?

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Elimination based upon phonics

I have sit. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: sand, spell, spot?

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I have sip. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: skin, silly, skip?

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I have save. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: sip, she, shot?

I have sand. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: stop, sweet, star?

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I have sing. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: snug, sit, snap?

I have step. Who has the first card?

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I have sweet. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: swim, step, swing?

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I have silly. Who has the word that does not belong with the others: sing, smile, smart?

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(a) silly, hungry, sad

Why?

(b) she, chip, chew

Why?

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Identify the likely effect

I have: So he grabbed a tissue. Who has the effect for this cause? She had to wake up early.

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I have the first card. Who has the effect for this cause? She wanted to take a picture.

I have: So she took out her camera. Who has the effect for this cause? She was feeling ill.

I have: So she set her alarm clock. Who has the effect for this cause: They needed to wrap some gifts?

I have: So she took some medicine. Who has the effect for this cause? Her hair was messy.

I have: So they found some ribbon and gift paper. Who has the effect for this cause? They wanted to save the meat for the winter.

I have: So she brushed it. Who has the effect for this cause? He was about to sneeze.

I have: So they put it in the freezer. Who has the effect for this cause? He spilled juice on his shirt.

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I have: So he scratched a lot. Who has the effect for this cause? The lights went out in the storm.

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I have: So he tried to clean it with a napkin and water. Who has the effect for this cause? They could not hear him.

I have: So he started talking louder. Who has the effect for this cause? There was too much fog at the airport.

I have: So they found the torches. Who has the effect for this cause? The phone was ringing.

I have: So the plane could not take off on time. Who has the effect for this cause? The ape was mad.

I have: So he picked it up and said, ‘Hello.’ Who has the effect for this cause? The grapes were ripe.

I have: So he started to bang on the wall. Who has the effect for this cause? The dog had fleas.

I have: So the farmers picked them. Who has the effect for this cause? Her hands were dirty.

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I have: So she ate an apple. Who has the effect for this cause? They wanted to see the view like a bird.

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I have: So she washed them. Who has the effect for this cause? The bell rang at the school.

I have: So the children knew it was home time. Who has the effect for this cause? A snail was in her path.

I have: So they took a hot-air balloon ride. Who has the effect for this cause? He studied every night.

I have: So she walked around it. Who has the effect for this cause? The office was on the tenth floor.

I have: So he got good marks. Who has the effect for this cause? They needed stamps for the letters.

I have: So they took the elevator. Who has the effect for this cause? She wanted a piece of fruit.

I have: So they went to the post office. Who has the effect for this cause? The goats were eating her plants.

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I have: So he got a ladder. Who has the effect for this cause? The grass was too tall.

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I have: So she built a fence around her garden. Who has the effect for this cause? They were going to build a pool.

I have: So they needed to take swimming lessons. Who has the effect for this cause? The family was going to move.

I have: So they mowed it. Who has the effect for this cause? Their rabbits ran through the mud.

I have: So they put their house up for sale. Who has the effect for this cause? He loved his mum.

I have: So they gave them a bath. Who has the effect for this cause? They were going to have a cake sale.

I have: So he gave her a hug and kiss every day. Who has the effect for this cause? He could not reach the ball on the roof.

I have: So they baked lots of cakes. Who has the first card?

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So he started talking louder.

So she set her alarm clock.

So he tried to So they So they clean it with found some put it in the ribbon and a napkin and freezer. gift paper. water.

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So she brushed it.

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So he picked it So the farmers up and picked them. said, ‘Hello’.

So she washed them.

So the children knew it was home time.

So they baked lots of cakes.

So they went to the post office.

So she walked around it.

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I have: because he didn’t like what was showing. Who has the cause for this effect? She turned on the light …

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I have the first card. Who has the cause for this effect? People go to the doctor …

I have: because they are sick or hurt. Who has the cause for this effect? The man got a job …

I have: because the room was dark. Who has the cause for this effect? He bought a ticket to the theme park …

I have: because he needed to earn money. Who has the cause for this effect? He called the phone number on the dog tag …

I have: because he wanted to ride the new roller-coaster. Who has the cause for this effect? She put on her best dress …

I have: because he found a lost dog. Who has the cause for this effect? He turned the channel …

I have: because she was going to a fancy restaurant. Who has the cause for this effect? He drank some milk …

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I have: because he wanted to build a fire in his fireplace. Who has the cause for this effect? She put on her glasses …

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I have: because he was thirsty. Who has the cause for this effect? The cricket fans cheered …

I have: because the player hit a six. Who has the cause for this effect? He wrote his aunty a thank-you letter …

I have: because the words on the page looked blurry. Who has the cause for this effect? She got out her joke book …

I have: because she had sent him a gift. Who has the cause for this effect? They painted the house …

I have: because she wanted to make her friends laugh. Who has the cause for this effect? He made his bed …

I have: because the paint on the house was faded and chipped. Who has the cause for this effect? He got some wood and a match …

I have: because the sheets were a mess. Who has the cause for this effect? He planted a garden …

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I have: because it had started to rain. Who has the cause for this effect? They went to the supermarket …

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I have: because he wanted to grow his own strawberries. Who has the cause for this effect? He got on the school bus …

I have: because it was time to leave for school. Who has the cause for this effect? He turned the radio’s volume down …

I have: because they were out of food in the house. Who has the cause for this effect? She bought a present …

I have: because the music was too loud. Who has the cause for this effect? She bought a new car …

I have: because it was her friend’s birthday the next day. Who has the cause for this effect? His leg was put in a cast …

I have: because her car would not start and was very old. Who has the cause for this effect? She got out her umbrella and boots …

I have: because he broke it last week. Who has the cause for this effect? The old man put on his hat …

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I have: because his bald head was getting burnt. Who has the cause for this effect? She got some new ice skates …

I have: because her old ones were too small for her feet. Who has the cause for this effect? They made some eggs and toast …

I have: because they wanted to borrow new books to read. Who has the cause for this effect? He tried to sew on a new button …

I have: because they wanted to eat breakfast. Who has the cause for this effect? She went to take a nap …

I have: because the old button fell off his shirt. Who has the cause for this effect? They built a pool …

I have: because she was feeling very sleepy. Who has the cause for this effect? She went to the dentist …

I have: because it was hot where they lived. Who has the first card?

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Date

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because because he they are sick needed to or hurt. earn money.

because he because the didn’t like room was what was dark. showing.

because her tooth was hurting.

because because he they wanted wanted to to borrow ride the new new books roller-coaster. to read.

because she was feeling very sleepy.

because her old ones were too small for her feet.

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because her car would not start and was very old.

because it because the had started player hit a to rain. six.

because because because the because he because the she wanted the words paint on the because she wanted to sheets were to make on the page house was had sent him build a fire in his a mess. her friends looked faded and a gift. fireplace. laugh. blurry. chipped.

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Answers Basic word families (page 15)

One-syllable rhyming words (page 5) Start

bat

stop

free

bed

ball

trunk

fun

play

pig

fall

tail

glad

not

sack

map

snake

race

Start

seen green keen

far star scar

bunk trunk skunk

tap map clap

sing thing king

say play way

pop shop hop

main pain train

feed seed weed

bite white write

lump hump pump

pan ran tan

fell sell well

fine mine vine

sank tank blank

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sing

mum

drum

smart

gave

treat

take

hug

sled

sock

chin

seal

log

Finish

rest

ran

seed

lime

bend

hug

cat

Answers will vary. Possible answers include: (a) ball rhymes with wall (b) snake rhymes with take (c) she rhymes with free (d) sled rhymes with bed

will fill pill

sore tore shore

tie lie die

red fed led

few chew grew

he we she

but nut hut

leg keg peg

rat sat bat

Finish

3. Answers will vary.

by try fly

sink drink think

sand land hand

cuff puff stuff

tag rag wag

tall call small

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cable

measure

guppy

buckle

paddle

huddle

power

flurry

mitten boulder

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plum

glisten

locket

cherry

lobby

travel

handle

never

money

glider

honey

double

patches

jolly

yellow

buddy

hazy

nation

collar

shiver

brother

dragon

toffee

blubber

Finish

manner

chowder

ranger

wiggle

flower

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dash rash mash

Finish

pin skin twin

pack sack black

sock rock shock

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lip zip flip

fist twist wrist

sob rob knob

hint print sprint

hen ten when

pick kick quick

pet met wet

truck stuck duck

bend spend trend

mess dress press

pig dig twig

fish wish rubbish

test west nest

pan fan ran

skim swim trim

pram swam ham

chant grant pant

rug hug dug

run fun bun

mad had bad

band land stand

rod pod cod

felt pelt belt

sit pit bit

fog jog log

red fed led

pot not got

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Answers Long vowel word families (page 25)

Spelling – 1 (page 35)

face place trace

treat heat wheat

goat float throat

slow snow grow

keep sheep sleep

kind grind mind

real seal meal

slide ride wide

mail snail trail

free bee knee

mice twice slice

grown shown thrown

pipe ripe stripe

steam dream cream

rose close those

same flame came

chain rain brain

meet sweet street

gate plate late

bake take snake

reach peach beach

hope scope slope

wife strife knife

wage cage stage

roast boast coast

dive five drive

hike like strike

broke choke stoke

light might tight

wave save gave

lime time slime

the

and

to

in

is

he

for

you

on

at

his

of

she

by

that

with

have

from

this

they

had

do

but

not

all

were

said

when

how

see

what

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3. Answers will vary.

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lift sift drift

froth cloth sloth

paint saint quaint

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fawn lawn yawn

risk brisk whisk

bunch crunch munch

clasp rasp grasp

pool tool school

mask bask ask

tale sale pale

. te camp lamp stamp

ghost host post

fought brought thought

trait await bait

trench drench quench

coach poach broach

share fare rare

mince wince prince

stair fair hair

coil foil soil

cart chart start

wrong strong song

Spelling – 2 (page 40)

mole pole stole cold sold fold

sigh thigh nigh talk chalk stalk

like

some

them

look

out

away make

come

help

play

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hedge pledge ledge

shoot loot root

chance glance France

wood hood stood

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into

has

run

then

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him

her

did

get

now

must

good

down

came

soon

find

three

under

want

once

take

over

2. Answers will vary

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Common nouns (page 45) Start

park

birds

mouse

Start

ran

bit

blew

dog

shop

zoo

skateboard

sold

hide

sleep

flew

rainbow

bike

tower

fair

read

cheered

won

chewed

cake

rat

house movie

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fed

drives

fixed

peanut butter

race

It’s

three

gave

left

sell

your

shoes

office

threw

heard

worked

stung

beach

homework

dialled

raised

asked

begged

opened

bought

kissed

towed

Finish

baked

ride

years

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train

pool

keys

milkshake

car

name

book

Finish

sunglasses

dress

bunny

2. Solution: It’s your name. Common noun: name

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Drake’s Carpet

Shasta

Start

looked

Mary

Mexico

Riddle Me

Tom

spoke

found

Linda

Central Hub

African

France

made

ran

May

Wednesday

Weaver Primary School

Mario

Shiloh

Ocean Reach

Tuesday

London

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BB’s Bakery

Sunday

Healthy Habits

Kim

October

Japan

elephant

Paul

Skate Park

Finish

Lake Superior

Full Motorsports

Sydney

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sold

hid

helped

kept

joined

worked

gone

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dived

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Stick

bought

gave

fed

drove

heard

out

wanted

put

drank

watched

saw

did

held

left

tongue

called

Finish

baked

said

took

2. Solution: Stick out your tongue. Present tense verb: stick Past tense: stuck

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Answers Adjectives – 1 (page 65)

Basic vocabulary development (page 75) Finish

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bike

heat

scream

plump

scent

empty

blue

post

well

flee

float

mall

cart

hog

mare

dock

trap

crime

sty

seed

hint

geese

throne

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big

open

scary

long

bright

crowded

loving

calm

different

loud

spring

mane

cash

round

free

hollow

dark

dirty

cheap

stool

brake

lazy

pretty

kind

odd

happy

friendly

stale

please

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colourful

yummy

new

funny

B

C

D

E

F

A

damp

sticky

boiling

chubby

tiny

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stripy

enormous

fast

young

wet

helpful

A

B

noisy

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respectful popular

filthy

D

E

F

C

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soft

straight

thick

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big

trust

2. Answers will vary. 3. Answers will vary.

2. Answers will vary. 3. Answers will vary.

Start

B

Finish

smart

exciting

fluffy

quiet

beautiful

small

antique

shallow

first

secret

D

E

2. 3.

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secret

repair

mistake

every

insect

afraid

tardy

danger

locate

combine

dozen

explain

often

summer

tadpole

creature

polite

create

sunset

empty

wicked

nothing

quiet

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cute

Finish

C

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hot

F

broken

It’s

hundred

subway

waiter

quickly

honest

Finish

stranger

rotten

called

pod

2. Solution: It’s called a pod. 3. Answers will vary.

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Synonyms – Nouns (page 85) Start

present

award

smell

cash

soil

tale

cap

rug

journey

woman

paste

floor

cost

A

frightful

below

plump

cranky

chilly

filthy

powerful

fast

happy

right

hard

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trainer

evening

bug

workout

delicious

dawn

garbage

Finish

D

E

F

C

special

healthy

unhappy

Finish

twisted

nice

slim

wealthy

new

silent

untrue

tardy

thankful

tidy

little

A

B

C

warmth threesome

Answers will vary. Answers will vary. Possible answers include: (a) present is a synonym for gift. (b) soil is a synonym for dirt. (c) journey is a synonym for trip. (d) cost is a synonym for price. (e) creature is a synonym for animal.

2. 3.

loud

close

tired

D

E

F

Answers will vary. Answers will vary. Possible answers include: (a) simple is a synonym for easy. (b) chilly is a synonym for cold. (c) wealthy is a synonym for rich.

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Synonyms – Verbs (page 90) Start

fetch

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daring

inquire

finish

shout

reside

take

desire

weep

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begin

watch

frighten

penguin

thaw Finish

hear

smash

close

cure

jump

go

It’s

allow

It

joyful

above

purpose

angry

close

same

actual

takes

below

smart

bright

cease

begin

aged

supper

sketch

assist

exhausted

towering

task

waste

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open

the

excuse

soar

hold

squash

solid

enormous

look

give

laugh

gather

unkind

snooze

construct

blink

boast

hurry

Finish

dozen

kind

talk

surprise

relax

invent

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Answers will vary. Possible answers include: (a) joyful is a synonym for happy. (b) simple is an synonym for basic. (c) supper is an synonym for dinner.

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Answers Antonyms – Nouns (page 105)

Antonyms – Adjectives (page 115)

Start

white

student

ending

safety

boy

Start

hot

soft

difficult

ugly

tall

moonlight

fiction

sadness

answer

enemy

sunset

old

west

south

bad

nasty

below

patient

father

day

play

entrance

part

floor

king

child

man

cry

sister

Finish

city

winter

follower

peace

synonym

punishment

failure

lose

D

E

F

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polite

over

back

asleep

barren

wet

smooth

outside

first

shallow

good

poor

high

huge

pleasant

dull

odd

A

B

2. 3.

Answers will vary. Answers will vary. Possible answers include: (a) sunset is an antonym for sunrise. (b) sister is an antonym for brother. (c) synonym is an antonym for antonym.

C

Finish

D

E

F

Answers will vary. Answers will vary. Possible answers include: (a) difficult is an antonym for easy. (b) bad is an antonym for good. (c) polite is an antonym for rude. (d) smooth is an antonym for rough.

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Antonyms – Verbs (page 110) lose

harden

Only

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outgoing

go

expand

attack

know

together

sweet

destroy

fix

follow

out

unhappy

expensive

he

answer

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take

wake

Finish

finish listen

leave

hinder

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sell

dislike

dawdle

repair

right

yours

fake

dirty

sleep

down

dusk

straight

bright

forgive

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eye

selfless

her

strong

harsh

narrow

more

valley

light

disagree

fall

float

close

pull

freeze

few

far

Finish

males

frown

die

thaw

least

me

spend

open

gobble

stand

subtract

separate

2. Solution: Only the males gobble. 3. Answers will vary. Possible answers include: 1. go is an antonym for stop.

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Solution: They sleep with one eye open. Antonym: wake Answers will vary. Possible answers include: (a) repair is an antonym for break. (b) dirty is an antonym for clean. (c) fiction is an antonym for fact.

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Identify the contraction (page 135)

full

chair

slim

end

finish

above

white

bright

glad

heavy

night

out

shout

clear

hard

subtract

hear

question

bottom

old

pretty

I’m

he’ll

where’s

wasn’t

I’ve

she’ll

who’s

you’re

that’s

isn’t

haven’t

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south

giant

woman

dry

frown

pupil

carry

no

didn’t

let’s

I’ll

she’s

can’t

how’s

it’s

we’ve

they’ll

hasn’t

I’d

shouldn’t

don’t

what’s

won’t

they’re

there’s

he’s

Finish

sun

A

B

C

Finish

we’re

you’ll

D

E

F

2. Answers will vary. Possible answers include: we’ve, we’re, we’d 3. Answers will vary. Possible answers include: (a) I’ve = I + have (b) haven’t = have + not (c) how’s = how + is

Answers will vary. Answers will vary. Possible answers include: (a) cold—antonym (b) full—antonym (c) small—synonym (d) begin—synonym

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foot

Identify the words for each contraction (page 140)

bookcase

book

Start

I am

w ww

he is

I have

can not

It

we are

I will

we have

do not

closes

are not

was not

here is

he will

does not

they are

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Start

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think

green

barks

soft

who will

let us

kitchen

car

wet

see

she is

who is

quiet

herd

rings

hive

is not

has not

swims

ostrich

sails

jungle

she will

you are

ocean

shoe

dry

numbers

it is

you have

it will

its

doors

boils

deep

bigger

light

that is

you will

could not

we will

Finish

head

week

kennel

smells

for

two

would not

should not

months

flower

slow

Finish

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A

B

C

D

E

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Solution: It closes its doors for two months. Answers will vary. Possible answers include: (a) I + have = I’ve (b) we + are = we’re

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Identify the singular noun (page 155)

Start

backache

raincoat

barefoot

bedroom

crossroad

moonlight

newspaper

seafood

shoelace

seashell

fingernail

girlfriend

carpark

breakfast

classmate

grasshopper lifeguard

plate

car

boy

cat

house

book

thing

hand

dog

flower

king

tooth

sheep

person

cow

girl

fish

wolf

mouse

man

name

foot

goose

table

ant

day

Finish

leaf

ox

deer

C

knife

hoof

room

snowman earthworm

football

driveway

bedtime

weekend

woodpecker wheelchair

D

E

F

Answers will vary. Answers will vary. Possible answers include: (a) bedroom = bed + room (b) seashell = sea + shell (c) snowman = snow + man

2.

child

cookie

Finish

bird

Answers will vary. Possible answers include: (a) bat is the singular form of bats. (b) plate is singular form of plates. (c) cow is the singular form of cows.

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Compound words – 2 (page 150) airtight

firewood

haystack

Finish

earring

blackbird

cookbook

scarecrow

baseball

duckbill

birthday

basketball

armchair

bathroom

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earthquake

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cowgirl

sunrise

sunburn

toenail

overcoat

notebook

teammate

suitcase

airport

platypus

spotlight

boyfriend

sunset

quicksand

popcorn

shipwreck

dressmaker

underground

A

B

C

D

E

rattlesnake

2. 3. 4.

bat

cups

rocks

bears

homes

trains

schools

bikes

boxes

dishes

rats

bees

lamps

leaves

wishes

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2. 3.

homemade thunderstorm toothbrush

B

ball

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A

friend

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doorknob backpack

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haircut

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boats

foxes

trees

spoons

clocks

men

sheep

oxen

babies

children

feet

games

teeth

cups

ladies

flies

cows

Finish

zoos

2.

parks

cakes

rabbits

mice

loaves

geese

Answers will vary. Possible answers include: (a) cups is the plural form of cup. (b) rats is the plural form of rat. (c) leaves is the plural form of leaf.

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colours

pets

Elimination based upon content categories (page 175)

sports

weather

Start

maths

sad black things you stationery footwear baked treats and white read animals

directions

fruit

foods that are orange

comma

flower

salad

Finish

March

five

rabbit

tiny

hot chocolate

cone

kilogram

rain

no way

even

eel

box

lemonade

carrot

loud

birds

Finish

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even numbers

agree

token

coins

things you jewellery watch

what living things vegetables need to survive

closed

drinks

animals bodies of forms of that live in seasons water transportation the ocean

cutlery

parts of speech

fish

daisy

swimsuit elephant kangaroo

r o e t s Bo r e p ok u S

things you breakfast wear on your foods head

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shapes

crayon chocolate

mouth

horrible

train

2. Answers will vary. 3. Answers will vary. Possible answers include: (a) sleep—Sleep is not something you watch.

(b) broccoli—Broccoli is not a fruit.

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boat

soap

w ww

chips

pants

mouse

minute hand hour hand

lollies

raft

shampoo

shirt

keyboard

tiger

date

ship

tooth-paste

shorts

monitor

shark

month

mitt

snap

helmet

buzz

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bat

chirp

peanut butter and jelly

cube

pyramid cone

ham

ham-burger chicken nuggets kebab

day

biscuits

tuna

numbers

crocodile

sneeze

bedroom

cough

kitchen

sleep

bath-room

eyes bald

Finish

sweet

thoughtful

pen

bird

pencil

panther

crayon

bear

It’s

bricks

balloon

bat

lizard

elephant

ball

owl

snake

mouth

tree

dinghy

coyote

turtle

five

March

hammer

plumber

peanut

June

saw

doctor

cashew

nine

December

pliers

teacher

walnut

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sip

chat

save

when

pan

whip

look

chick

gum

flip

silly

sing

get

sit

pink

sand

so

sweet

gap

step

good

It’s

Finish

chip

fake

fan

a

crop

hole

going

did

treat

bed

flat

clean

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nose

seven

Elimination based upon phonics (page 180)

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Identify the details for each main idea (page 170)

dial eagle

eagle

doorknob aeroplane wheel

owl

chocolate vanilla spearmint

2. 3.

Solution: It’s a hole. Answers will vary. Possible answers include: (a) hungry; The other words begin with the letter ‘s’. (b) she; The other words begin with ‘ch’.

2. Solution: It’s the bald eagle.

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Answers Identify the likely effect (page 185) So she took So she out her took some camera. medicine.

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So the So he plane started to could not bang on the take off on wall. time.

So he started talking louder.

So he grabbed a tissue.

So they baked lots of cakes.

So she built a fence around her garden.

So she washed them.

So the children knew it was home time.

So they went to the post office.

So she walked around it.

So they So they So they gave needed to So he got mowed it. them a bath. take swimming good marks. lessons.

So they took the elevator.

So he gave So they So they put So he got a her a hug took a hot- So she ate their house up ladder. and kiss air balloon an apple. for sale. every day. ride.

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So she set her alarm clock.

So he tried to So they So they clean it with found some put it in the a napkin and ribbon and freezer. water. gift paper.

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So he scratched a lot.

So she brushed it.

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because because he they are sick needed to or hurt. earn money.

because he found a lost dog.

w ww

because because she they wanted was feeling to eat very sleepy. breakfast.

because her old ones were too small for her feet.

because he wanted to grow his own strawberries.

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because her tooth was hurting.

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because it was hot where they lived.

because he because the didn’t like room was what was dark. showing.

because because he they wanted to wanted to borrow new ride the new books to roller coaster. read.

o c . che e r o t r s super because because she the old was going button fell to a fancy off his shirt. restaurant.

because his because he bald head broke it last was getting week. burnt.

because it was because her friend’s they were because he birthday the out of food was thirsty. next day. in the house.

because because the it was time music was to leave for too loud. school.

because her car would not start and was very old.

because because because he because the she wanted the words wanted to sheets were to make on the page build a fire in his a mess. her friends looked fireplace. laugh. blurry.

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Identify the likely cause (page 190)

because it because the had started player hit to rain. a six. because the paint because she on the had sent him house was a gift. faded and chipped.

2. Answers will vary.

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