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September 19-23

 

THIS IS OUR SPELLING WORD LIST FOR SEPTEMBER 19-23.

I CURRENTLY HAVE THREE, DIFFERENT SPELLING GROUPS.

SOME STUDENTS MAY TAKE 22 WORDS AND THE BONUS WORDS WHILE OTHERS TAKE THE FIRST 20 OR 15 WORDS IN ADDITION TO THE BONUS WORDS.

 

Spelling Words

Journeys Unit 1 Lesson 4

1.    load               2.    follow

3.    open              4.    glow

5.    told               6.    sold

7.    yellow           8.    window

9.    soak              10.  coach

11.  shadow         12.  almost

13.  foam             14.  throat

15.  cold               16.  most

17.  drift                18.  event

19. launch          20.  signal

21.  reverse          22.  steer

Bonus:

23.  tomorrow      24.   sailboat

READING LOG

RETURN ON FRIDAY (5 PT. ASSIGNMENT)

FRIDAY

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SATURDAY

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SUNDAY

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MONDAY

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TUESDAY

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WEDNESDAY

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THURSDAY

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Weekly Vocabulary Words

                                   “POP’S BRIDGE”

 

1.    foggy:    filled with thick mist or low clouds

 

2.    stretch:   to spread out

 

3.    crew:     a group of people doing work

 

4.    balancing:            keeping steady

 

5.    tide: the rise and fall of the sea

 

6.    cling:     to hold tightly to something

 

7.    excitement:   the feeling of being stirred up

 

8.    disappears:    passes from sight

 

9.    drift:       1.    a pile of stand or snow moved by air or water. (noun)

       2.    to be carried along by moving air or water. (verb)

 

10.  event:     something that happens, especially something important.

 

11.  launch: 1.      to put a boat or vessel in water. (verb)

       2.    to get started or to make a move. (verb)

       3.    a motorboat used for short distances (noun)

 

12.  opposite: very different from or moving away from each other.

 

13.  reverse:  to go backward or the direction you just came from.

 

14.  signal:    an object, action, or sound that gives a message or warning.

15.  steer:      1.    A young bull (noun)

       2.    to guide in a certain direction (verb)