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Vocabulary from…. a part that forms the outside edge of something:. a part that forms the outside edge of something: b. a part that forms the outside edge of something: bo. a part that forms the outside edge of something: bor. a part that forms the outside edge of something: bord.

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Vocabulary from…


a part that forms the outside edge of something:


a part that forms the outside edge of something: b


a part that forms the outside edge of something: bo


a part that forms the outside edge of something: bor


a part that forms the outside edge of something: bord


a part that forms the outside edge of something: borde


a part that forms the outside edge of something: border


a part that forms the outside edge of something: border

The border of this

quilt is black.

What else has a

border?

What do you call a

border around

a figure in math?


a coming together of people:


a coming together of people: g


a coming together of people: ga


a coming together of people: gat


a coming together of people: gath


a coming together of people: gathe


a coming together of people: gather


a coming together of people: gatheri


a coming together of people: gatherin


a coming together of people: gathering


a coming together of people: gathering

This gathering of children is for a birthday party.

When are some other times people gather?


small, thin tools used for sewing:


small, thin tools used for sewing: n


small, thin tools used for sewing: ne


small, thin tools used for sewing: nee


small, thin tools used for sewing: need


small, thin tools used for sewing: needl


small, thin tools used for sewing: needle


small, thin tools used for sewing: needles


small, thin tools used for sewing: needles

Needles have an eye that the thread goes through.

Have you ever tried to thread a needle?


leftover bits of cloth:


leftover bits of cloth: s


leftover bits of cloth: sc


leftover bits of cloth: scr


leftover bits of cloth: scra


leftover bits of cloth: scrap


leftover bits of cloth: scraps


leftover bits of cloth: scraps

These scraps are made of cotton fabric.

What are some things that can be made with scraps?


fastened with stitches using a needle and thread:


fastened with stitches using a needle and thread: s


fastened with stitches using a needle and thread: se


fastened with stitches using a needle and thread: sew


fastened with stitches using a needle and thread: sewn


fastened with stitches using a needle and thread: sewn

Mom has sewn the pink boa on my sweater.

Do you like to sew? What have you sewn?


passes thread through the eye of a needle:


passes thread through the eye of a needle: t


passes thread through the eye of a needle: th


passes thread through the eye of a needle: thr


passes thread through the eye of a needle: thre


passes thread through the eye of a needle: threa


passes thread through the eye of a needle: thread


passes thread through the eye of a needle: threade


passes thread through the eye of a needle: threaded


passes thread through the eye of a needle: threaded

This needle is threaded.

It is tricky trying to thread a needle that has a small eye.


pulling or carrying:


pulling or carrying: h


pulling or carrying: ha


pulling or carrying: hau


pulling or carrying: haul


pulling or carrying: hauli


pulling or carrying: haulin


pulling or carrying: hauling


pulling or carrying: hauling

These boys and girls are hauling water to their home.

We’re lucky that we don’t have to haul the water we use each day.


not real or natural; fake:


not real or natural; fake: a


not real or natural; fake: ar


not real or natural; fake: art


not real or natural; fake: arti


not real or natural; fake: artif


not real or natural; fake: artifi


not real or natural; fake: artific


not real or natural; fake: artifici


not real or natural; fake: artificia


not real or natural; fake: artificial


not real or natural; fake: artificial

You cannot see

with an artificial

eye yet, but it

makes you look

better than

having no eye.

This boy is able to walk because

of his artificial legs.

Name some other artificial things that we use.


a woman’s head scarf; from the Russian word

meaning “grandmother”:


a woman’s head scarf; from the Russian word

meaning “grandmother”: b


a woman’s head scarf; from the Russian word

meaning “grandmother”: ba


a woman’s head scarf; from the Russian word

meaning “grandmother”: bab


a woman’s head scarf; from the Russian word

meaning “grandmother”: babu


a woman’s head scarf; from the Russian word

meaning “grandmother”: babus


a woman’s head scarf; from the Russian word

meaning “grandmother”: babush


a woman’s head scarf; from the Russian word

meaning “grandmother”: babushk


a woman’s head scarf; from the Russian word

meaning “grandmother”: babushka


a woman’s head scarf; from the Russian word

meaning “grandmother”: babushka

Each of these Russian women are wearing a babushka.

What do we call babushkas in the United States?


a loaf of white bread, often braided, that traditionally is eaten at special Jewish celebrations:


a loaf of white bread, often braided, that traditionally is eaten at special Jewish celebrations: c


a loaf of white bread, often braided, that traditionally is eaten at special Jewish celebrations: ch


a loaf of white bread, often braided, that traditionally is eaten at special Jewish celebrations: cha


a loaf of white bread, often braided, that traditionally is eaten at special Jewish celebrations: chal


a loaf of white bread, often braided, that traditionally is eaten at special Jewish celebrations: chall


a loaf of white bread, often braided, that traditionally is eaten at special Jewish celebrations: challa


a loaf of white bread, often braided, that traditionally is eaten at special Jewish celebrations: challah


a loaf of white bread, often braided, that traditionally is eaten at special Jewish celebrations: challah

Challah has a sweetish

taste that makes super

French toast.

Challah is very pretty

on a holiday table.

Have you ever eaten

challah?


cloth made from fibers of the flax plant:


cloth make from fibers of the flax plant: l


cloth make from fibers of the flax plant: li


cloth make from fibers of the flax plant: lin


cloth make from fibers of the flax plant: line


cloth make from fibers of the flax plant: linen


cloth make from fibers of the flax plant: linen

These are flax plants that

can be woven into linen.

Children’s clothing is not

usually made of linen.

Linen wrinkles easily and

it a bit scratchy against

the skin.


a square piece of cloth used for wiping the

face or nose; a scarf:


a square piece of cloth used for wiping the

face or nose; a scarf: h


a square piece of cloth used for wiping the

face or nose; a scarf: ha


a square piece of cloth used for wiping the

face or nose; a scarf: han


a square piece of cloth used for wiping the

face or nose; a scarf: hand


a square piece of cloth used for wiping the

face or nose; a scarf: handk


a square piece of cloth used for wiping the

face or nose; a scarf: handke


a square piece of cloth used for wiping the

face or nose; a scarf: handker


a square piece of cloth used for wiping the

face or nose; a scarf: handkerc


a square piece of cloth used for wiping the

face or nose; a scarf: handkerch


a square piece of cloth used for wiping the

face or nose; a scarf: handkerchi


a square piece of cloth used for wiping the

face or nose; a scarf: handkerchie


a square piece of cloth used for wiping the

face or nose; a scarf: handkerchief


a square piece of cloth used for wiping the

face or nose; a scarf: handkerchief

We do not see many

handkerchiefs

in use any more.

Why not?


a canopy under which traditional Jewish weddings

are performed:


a canopy under which traditional Jewish weddings

are performed: h


a canopy under which traditional Jewish weddings

are performed: hu


a canopy under which traditional Jewish weddings

are performed: hup


a canopy under which traditional Jewish weddings

are performed: hupp


a canopy under which traditional Jewish weddings

are performed: huppa


a canopy under which traditional Jewish weddings

are performed: huppa

These weddings are both being held under a huppa.

Which of the two huppas is more like one used long ago?


being very poor:


being very poor: p


being very poor: po


being very poor: pov


being very poor: pove


being very poor: pover


being very poor: povert


being very poor: poverty


being very poor: poverty

We are fortunate not to live in poverty like these children.

Do they realize that they are living in poverty? Why or why not?


a bunch of flowers:


a bunch of flowers: b


a bunch of flowers: bo


a bunch of flowers: bou


a bunch of flowers: bouq


a bunch of flowers: bouqu


a bunch of flowers: bouque


a bunch of flowers: bouquet


a bunch of flowers: bouquet

What a beautiful

bridal bouquet.

What kind of flowers

are in this bouquet?

What are some

occasions where

someone may get

a bouquet?


It’s time to practice the new words!


Beth the needle with pink thread.

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threadedsewnhaulingartificial

challahhuppababushkalinen

povertybouquethandkerchief


Beth threaded the needle with pink thread.

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Can you make up a sentence using the word threaded?


Steve missed the family because he was sick.

bordergatheringneedlesscraps

threadedsewnhaulingartificial

challahhuppababushkalinen

povertybouquethandkerchief


Steve missed the family gathering because he was sick.

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threadedsewnhaulingartificial

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povertybouquethandkerchief

Can you make up a sentence using the word gathering?


Those are not very sharp said the tailor.

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threadedsewnhaulingartificial

challahhuppababushkalinen

povertybouquethandkerchief


Those needles are not very sharp said the tailor.

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Can you make up a sentence using the word needles?


Granny Olga wears a when she goes outside.

bordergatheringneedlesscraps

threadedsewnhaulingartificial

challahhuppababushkalinen

povertybouquethandkerchief


Granny Olga wears a babushka when she goes outside.

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povertybouquethandkerchief

Can you make up a sentence using the word babushka?


The flowers on the table look real, but they are .

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threadedsewnhaulingartificial

challahhuppababushkalinen

povertybouquethandkerchief


The flowers on the table look real, but they are artificial.

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threadedsewnhaulingartificial

challahhuppababushkalinen

povertybouquethandkerchief

Can you make up a sentence using the word artificial?


We made a baby quilt using the from the fabric we had.

bordergatheringneedlesscraps

threadedsewnhaulingartificial

challahhuppababushkalinen

povertybouquethandkerchief


We made a baby quilt using the scraps from the fabric we had.

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threadedsewnhaulingartificial

challahhuppababushkalinen

povertybouquethandkerchief

Can you make up a sentence using the word scraps?


“Will you go to the bakery and buy ?” asked Mom.

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threadedsewnhaulingartificial

challahhuppababushkalinen

povertybouquethandkerchief


“Will you go to the bakery and buy challah ?” asked Mom.

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Can you make up a sentence using the word challah?


My sister’s new jacket is made of .

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threadedsewnhaulingartificial

challahhuppababushkalinen

povertybouquethandkerchief


My sister’s new jacket is made of linen.

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threadedsewnhaulingartificial

challahhuppababushkalinen

povertybouquethandkerchief

Can you make up a sentence using the word linen?


It would be wonderful if no one had to live in .

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threadedsewnhaulingartificial

challahhuppababushkalinen

povertybouquethandkerchief


It would be wonderful if no one had to live in poverty .

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challahhuppababushkalinen

povertybouquethandkerchief

Can you make up a sentence using the word poverty?


Jim saw Pedro his brother home in a red wagon.

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threadedsewnhaulingartificial

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povertybouquethandkerchief


Jim saw Pedro hauling his brother home in a red wagon.

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challahhuppababushkalinen

povertybouquethandkerchief

Can you make up a sentence using the word hauling?


The wedding was made from very old lace.

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povertybouquethandkerchief


The wedding huppa was made from very old lace.

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povertybouquethandkerchief

Can you make up a sentence using the word huppa?


Grandma’s was decorated with lace.

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Grandma’s handkerchief was decorated with lace.

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Can you make up a sentence using the word handkerchief?


Willie’s pillow was hand .

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Willie’s pillow was hand sewn.

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Can you make up a sentence using the word sewn?


The bride tossed her to her bridesmaids.

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The bride tossed her bouquet to her bridesmaids.

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Can you make up a sentence using the word bouquet?


Will the quilt have blue or red material for the ?

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Will the quilt have blue or red material for the border?

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Can you make up a sentence using the word border?


You have just learned or practiced 15 words.

Try to use them in your speaking and writing.

Patricia Polacco holds the “keeping quilt” we are going to read about.


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