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Frog & Toad All Year. *Robust Vocabulary*. Created by: Agatha Lee August 2008. ventured. Ventured means to go somewhere new. ventured. The family ventured to new places on their vacation. Would you venture into a deep, dark cave?. ventured.

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frog toad all year
Frog & ToadAll Year
  • *Robust Vocabulary*

Created by: Agatha Lee

August 2008

ventured
ventured

Ventured means to go somewhere new.

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ventured

The family ventured to new

places on their vacation.

Would you venture

into a deep, dark cave?

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ventured

* Would it be dangerous if you ventured far from home by yourself?* If you made up a story about a child who ventured somewhere, where would the child go?

described
described

If you described something that happened, then you told about it.

How would you describe the movie?

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described

My grandfather described

the pond to me.

Would you describe your dog to me?

How would you describe our classroom?

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described

* If you described something funny, what would it be?* Do you feel happy or sadwhen someone describessomething exciting?
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edge

If you are at the edge of something, then you are at the border, or side.

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edge

The pebble was at the edge of a creek.

Would you be more likely to walk near the edge of a sidewalk or the edge of a mountain?

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edge

* What might you find at

the edge of an ocean?

* Is it safe to put a glass

at the edge of a table?

* Why might you build a fence

around the edge of your yard?

hesitate
hesitate

Hesitate means to pause or wait before doing something.

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hesitate

Frog did not hesitate

to jump in the pond.

Would you hesitate before jumping rope or before turning out of your driveway on your bike?

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hesitate

* If you got a gift, would you hesitate before opening it?

* Should you hesitate before crossing a busy street?

anonymous
anonymous

If you wanted to be anonymous when you wrote a story, then you wouldn’t use your own name.

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anonymous

Toad raked Frog’s lawn in secret

so he could be anonymous.

Did the anonymous caller

give his name?

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anonymous

* Have you ever given someone an anonymous card or gift?

* Why might someone

who gave a gift want

to remain anonymous?

unselfish
unselfish

Unselfish means to share with others.

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unselfish

Toad and Frog were both unselfish.

Would it be unselfish to forget someone’s birthday or to lend your last pencil to a friend?

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unselfish

* Have your parents ever done anything unselfish for you?

If so, what was it?

* What could you do in our classroom that is unselfish?

satisfied
satisfied

Satisfied means you feel happy with the way things are.

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satisfied

Frog was satisfied when he

cleaned Toad’s lawn.

Would you be satisfied helping

your mom cook dinner?

Would you be satisfied if

a friend lied to you?

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satisfied

* Do you feel satisfied after

you eat a good meal?

* Do you feel satisfied after

you lose a game?

* Do you feel satisfied after

you do well on a test?

neighborly
neighborly

Neighborly means you are friendly to people who live near you.

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neighborly

Frog and Toad are neighborly

because they help each other.

Would it be neighborly to

throw trash on a neighbor’s lawn?

Would it be neighborly to

help your neighbor pull weeds?

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neighborly

* Is it neighborly to take care of people’s pets when they are away?

* Is it neighborly to say

hello to a friend?

* Can you think of a time when

someone has been neighborly to you?

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Seth ___________ his teacher as nice and caring.

A. unselfish

B. edge

C. described

D. anonymous

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Carson was _______ with her spelling test grade.

A. neighborly

B. satisfied

C. edge

D. ventured

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The police officer received

an _________ tip about

the missing bicycle.

A. unselfish

B. ventured

C. edge

D. anonymous

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It is not safe to walk along

the __________ of the pool.

A. hesitate

B. neighborly

C. edge

D. satisfied

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The park ranger _________

into the forest alone.

A. described

B. hesitated

C. ventured

D. unselfish

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My ___________ sister gave me

her last piece of candy.

A. anonymous

B. unselfish

C. ventured

D. hesitate

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The football player did not ________ when he ran the ball into the end zone.

A. edge

B. neighborly

C. described

D. hesitate

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My dad was __________ because he raked my neighbors’ leaves.

A. neighborly

B. edge

C. described

D. ventured

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Let’s Review!!!

Do you remember what

these words mean?

1. ignore

2. proficient

3. dangerous

4. heed

5. passion

6. style

7. challenge

8. underestimate

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