By Lynn Gordon
Kiss the roadtrip blues goodbye with the revised model of this best-selling job deck that includes up to date textual content all through in addition to various new actions. From attractive video games to inventive artwork actions to mind-bending puzzles, this e-book will make getting there the entire enjoyable.
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I can lift a goat,” said Kangaroo. “I can lift six goats,” said Bear. 9 10 “I can hop high,” said Kangaroo. “I can, too,” said Bear. Name ____________________________ BEAR AND KANGAROO • LEVEL E • 1 Bear SKILL: COMPARE AND CONTRAST Both Bear and Kangaroo Kangaroo INSTRUCTIONS: Have students compare and contrast the characters using the information in the text, pictures, and prior knowledge. © ProQuest Information and Learning Company All rights reserved. com plane BEAR AND KANGAROO • LEVEL E • 2 Name ____________________________ SKILL: VCe LONG /a/ cane INSTRUCTIONS: Review the name of each picture with students.
He has a cough. Let’s take him to Doctor Jen. My grandfather does not feel well. He has stiff knees. Let’s take him to Doctor Jen. 7 8 My grandmother has an earache. She can’t hear well. Let’s take her to Doctor Jen. Oh, no! My dog Bowser is sick. He has a sore paw. We can’t take him to Doctor Jen. Let’s take him to the vet. 10 9 When my family is sick, we go to Doctor Jen. She makes us feel better. What is the problem? How is the problem solved? sister fever She goes to Doctor Jen. SKILL: PROBLEM AND SOLUTION Who has a problem?
4 3 My sister is sick. She has a fever. Let’s take her to Doctor Jen. My mother is ill. She has a sore throat. Let’s take her to Doctor Jen. 6 5 My father is sick. He has a cough. Let’s take him to Doctor Jen. My grandfather does not feel well. He has stiff knees. Let’s take him to Doctor Jen. 7 8 My grandmother has an earache. She can’t hear well. Let’s take her to Doctor Jen. Oh, no! My dog Bowser is sick. He has a sore paw. We can’t take him to Doctor Jen. Let’s take him to the vet. 10 9 When my family is sick, we go to Doctor Jen.
52 Fun Things to Do in the Car by Lynn Gordon
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