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Why does the person let the fish go? . As I read the story listen for the Amazing Word : shrug . “ But the sheep shrugged and wandered off to eat some tasty grass .”. What does “ But the sheep shrugged ” mean?. But the sheep shrugged and wandered off to eat som e tasty grass.

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“But the sheep shrugged and wandered off to eat some tasty grass.”

What does “But the sheep shrugged” mean?

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What does wandered off to eat some tasty grass mean?

What other words could we use instead of tasty?

Why do you think the author chose the word tasty?

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shrug

Whenyou shrug you raise your shoulders to show that you do not care.

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I shrug when I don’t know the answer to your question.

The girl shrugged and walked away.

I shrug when my friends want to do something that I think is boring.

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How can we look at things in a different way?

f

First Idea.

What happened ?.

A Better Idea.

Take most of the crayons.

We

One child does not have as many crayons to use.

They can share.

Set the fish free.

The fish looked

miserable.

Catch a fish

For a pet.

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I see a baby tucked into its mother’s elbow. The word baby has two syllables. Listen: .

  • Listen to the syllables in elbow: Let’s blend those syllables.
  • baker, window, hammer window, stroller, bowing
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winter kitten

If a two-syllable word has one consonant between two vowels, as in tiger, the consonant usually goes with the second syllable and the first vowel is long: /ti/ /ger/

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Sometimes a two-syllable word with one consonant between two vowels, such as lemon, must be divided so the consonant goes with the first syllable. Then the vowel has its short sound: /lem/ /on/

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baby

hotel

baker

diner

major

melon

never

river

second

tulip

cable

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The word in the first picture is tiger. Tiger has two syllables. It has one consonant between two vowels. When I divide tiger into syllables, I say:

/ti/ /ger/. The vowel in the first syllable is long i. The word in the next picture is lemon. Lemon has two syllables. It has one consonant between two vowels. When I divide lemon into syllables. I say /lem/ /on/. The vowel in the first syllable is short e.

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