CONNECT

Name: _______________ Date: _____

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WORD CLASSIFICATION
Name: _______________ Date: _____

Find as many words as you can for each box, from our vocabulary list. You may change the form of the words if you wish.

Objects that can fit in a box 1.

Things we don’t want 2.

Things we can say/do with our voice 3. 4.

Words related to money

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VOCABULARY JOURNAL
Name: _______________ Date: _____

1. Before reading, write the word to be learned __________________ 2. Brainstorm – What is it? What is it like? What are some examples? 3. Graphic Organizer:

Definition: 1. Vocabulary Word

Synonym:

Sentence:

Picture:

1. Before reading, write the word to be learned __________________ 2. Brainstorm – What is it? What is it like? What are some examples? 3. Graphic Organizer: Definition: 2. Vocabulary Word Synonym:

Sentence:

Picture:

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BOOK: CONTEXT CLUES VOCABULARY CHAPTER:
Name:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

_______________ Date:

_____

Write each word from the chapter vocabulary list in the first column. Read each word as it is used in the above novel before you look it up. Write your guess for the meaning of each word in the column on the right. Look up the word in the dictionary. In the middle column, place the definition of the word which best matches the use of the word in the book.

Word
1.

Definition

Guess

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

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VOCABULARY WORKSHEET CHAPTER ___
Name: _______________ Date:
Part of Speech

_____

1.
Word

Definition

In the book, it is on page ____. Copy the complete sentence below.

2.
Word Part of Speech

Definition

In the book, it is on page ____. Copy the complete sentence below.

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NEW WORDS I LEARNED IN THIS CHAPTER
Name: _______________ Date: _____

1. Word: (on page ________) Part of Speech: _______________________ Definition: ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________

2. Word: (on page ________) Part of Speech: _______________________ Definition: ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________

3. Word: (on page ________) Part of Speech: _______________________ Definition: ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________

4. Word: (on page ________) Part of Speech: _______________________ Definition: ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________

5. Word: (on page ________) Part of Speech: _______________________ Definition: ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________

6. Word: (on page ________) Part of Speech: _______________________ Definition: ____________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________

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PARAPHRASING WORKSHEET
Name: _______________ Date: _____

Sentence: _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________

Sentence Written Word by Word Vertically

Another Way of Saying This Word (if possible)

My Assumptions

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VOCABULARY BUILDER
Name: _______________ Date: _____

Word: ________________________________________

Definition from Dictionary: __________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________

My Paraphrase: ___________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________

Makes Me Think of: ________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________

Related to: _________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________

Questions I have: __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________
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TOPIC: ____________________________________________
Name: _______________ Date: _____

This is a picture of _________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________

Describing Words Color Taste Smell Texture Shape
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Size Number Good Looks Sounds

TOPIC: ____________________________________________
Name: _______________ Date: _____

Drawing of a Person, Place, or Thing
Title: _____________________________________________________________

Looks Like

Describing Words Sounds Feels Smells Like Like Like

Tastes Like

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DESCRIBING WORDS
Name: People, Places, Things _______________ Date: Describing Words to Use _____

Menu of Some Describing Words
Color
bold bright brilliant dark dazzling dim drab dreary dull dusty faded murky radiant shining

Size
average big bony bulky chubby chunky dwarf enormous gigantic grand huge immense large little long mammoth massive medium miniature narrow pudgy puny short skinny small tall teensyweensy teeny thick thin tremendous

Taste
bitter delicious fresh GO.34.11.a luscious peppery rotten salty sour spicy stale sugary sweet tasty yummy

Number
bit bunch cluster countless couple decade dozen dozen enough few fraction fragment group half loads lots many month morsel numerous pair piece plenty several some too many week year

Smell
fishy fragrant fresh mildewy rotten salty smelly smoky spicy stale sweet

Good
agreeable amazing awesome brilliant dazzling delightful exceptional gorgeous grand lovely magical magnificent marvelous nice outstanding spectacular splendid superb superior terrific wonderful

Texture
brisk brittle bumpy chalky chewy clammy cold cool crisp crisp crumbly crunchy crusty dry firm flexible giggly hairy hard hard hot itchy lumpy moist prickly rocky rough rubbery sharp slimy slippery smooth snappy soft soggy solid spiky sticky tacky warm watery

Looks
attractive beautiful bloody bright brilliant clean colorful dark dim GO.34.11.b dreary dull dusty faded fair gleam gleaming glisten glitter glittering gloomy glowing handsome itchy lowing messy plain pretty radiant scary shimmer shimmering shine shining shiny slimy sparkle sparkling tacky twinkle twinkling ugly watery

Shape
almond cone crescent cube curved cylinder diamond fat heart line narrow oval peanut skinny sphere straight thick thin wide

Sounds
bump burst crash crash crunch explosion grind ring scream

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VOCABULARY BUILDER II
Name: _______________ Date: _____

Action Verbs I Will Use in My Writing

Menu of Some Action Verbs
argue babble bang beam beat bellow bend bicker bite blast blaze bolt bombard boo boom bow brag bump burst call capture carve catch chant chase chat chatter cheer
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chew chime chirp chisel choose chuckle clamor clang clash collapse collide command complain crack crackle crash crawl creep crumple crunch crush cry cuddle curve cut dab dangle dash

dazzle defend demolish dent depart design destroy devour disappear discover dive dodge doze draft drag draw droop drop eat elbow erupt escape example explode explore fade fall fight

find flap flare flash flee flicker flop flutter fly frolic frown gallop gash gather gaze giggle glance glare gleam glide glimmer glisten glitter glow gorge grab grip groan

groan growl grumble guard gulp hammer hike hiss hit hold hoot hop howl hug hunt hurry hustle instruct investigate jab jabber jangle jeer jerk jingle jog jump knockdown

laugh locate march melt mimic gawk moan mope mumble munch murmur mutter nibble nick nip notice nudge open paint pat peek peer pelt pick pinch plan plaster pluck

plunge poke pop pounce pound pout prance prod protect pull push quarrel ramble rattle ring roar roar romp ruin rumble run skip runaway rush sag say scowl scratch

search see seek seize select shake shatter shore shout shove shriek shuttle sketch slap sleep slice slide slip slither smash smile smirk snap snarl snicker snooze snort

snuggle sparkle speak spoil spread squeeze squirm stalk stare stride strike strut stumble sulk swab swallow swing swirl take throw thrust thunder tinkle tittle tattle topple touch trail

tramp trap trash trip twinkle twirl twitter uncover unfasten unlock vanish vibrate wail walk wander wave whack whine whisper whistle wreck wriggle write yank yawn yell

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CHARACTER TRAIT PLANNER
Name: _______________ Date: _____

Character

Character Trait(s)

Behaviors That Show Character Trait

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Menu of Some Character Traits
Positive Character Traits
active admirable adventurous affectionate agreeable amazing ambitious amusing attentive attractive awesome bashful beautiful bold brave bright brilliant calm capable charming cheerful clever contented courageous courteous crafty creative cunning curious daring decent delighted dependable determined devoted eager efficient elegant enchanting enthusiastic exceptional fair faithful fantastic fearless friendly frisky funny gallant gentle glad gleeful gorgeous graceful handsome happy helpful heroic honest honorable hopeful humble humorous innocent inquiring inquisitive intelligent jolly joyous jubilant kind lively lovely loving loyal magnificent marvelous neighborly nice obedient observant optimistic outgoing outstanding overjoyed patient peaceful perky playful pleasant pleased polite pretty proud quick-witted quiet relaxed reliable responsible self-satisfied serene shy sly smart spectacular spirited splendid stunning stylish superb superior talented tasteful tender terrific thoughtful timid trustworthy truth worthy truthful valiant watchful well-mannered wonderful

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Menu of Some Character Traits (continued…)
Negative Character Traits
absentminded afraid alone angry anxious ashamed awkward bad bad-tempered blue boast boisterous bored bossy cautious chatty clumsy companionless conceited confused cowardly cruel depressed disagreeable dishonest disloyal disobedient disrespectful downcast embarrassed enraged envious evil exhausted fearful flustered frightened furious gloomy glum greedy grumpy harsh humiliated ill-tempered impolite inactive indignant irresponsible irritable jittery jumpy lazy lonely lonesome loud mean melancholy mischievous miserable mortified nasty naughty nervous noisy nosy oblivious obnoxious outspoken prying resentful resentful rough rude rude sad secretive selfish shaky slow sluggish snooping sorrowful spiteful stubborn talkative tense timid tired unaware uneasy unfriendly ungraceful unhappy unhelpful unpleasant unreliable upset useless vain vicious weak weakened weary wicked worried

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VOCABULARY BUILDER III
Name: _______________ Date: _____

People, Places, Things

Adjectives to Use

Menu of Some Adjectives
aching amusing baggy brisk cheap chilly clammy cold cool costly dainty damp delicate dingy dirty dismal dreary droopy enjoyable excellent exceptional extraordinary GO.34.14 fabulous fast fearful fiery fine fishy flabby flashy fragile freezing frequently frightful frigid frosty frozen gaudy ghastly gloomy grubby gruesome horrible hot warm humid icy imagined incredible invisible likable marvelous messy moist mucky never odd often outstanding painful peculiar precious priceless quick rainy rapid regularly repeatedly roasting seldom shocking sore speedy strange superior suspicious swift tender terrible throbbing unbelievable unusual valuable vigorous weird wet wonderful

MY NEW WORDS
Name: ______________________________________ Date: _______________

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