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About the Story. Author and Illustrator : Lisa Campbell Ernst. Boots for Beth. The _______ writes the stories. author. The ________ draws the pictures. illustrator.

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About the Story

Author and Illustrator:

Lisa Campbell Ernst

Boots for Beth

The _______writes the stories.

author

The ________draws the pictures.

illustrator

Boots for Beth is about friendship and sharing. Beth\'s favorite boots are too small. Maybe her friends can help her find a new pair.

genre

Fantasy

Look for:

Animal characters that talk and act like people.

Genre -
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Boots for Beth

Vocabulary

could
Could means

was able to or

were able to.

Help me, please!

could

“Could you help

me with this?” said Max.

Could
friends
Friends are people you like.

friends

We are

best

friends.

Friends
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New is the opposite of old.

new

Ted has new rain boots.

New
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Put means to

place or position someone or

something.

put

Put

He puthis ski boots on top of his car.

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Use means put to some purpose.

use

He will use the box as a hiding place.

Use
words to remember
Could means was able toor were able to.

“Couldyou use my boots?” said Meg.

Friends are people you like.

Herfriendsfelt bad.

New is the opposite of old.

Beth hasnewred boots.

Words to Remember
words to remember1
Putmeans to place or position someone or something.

Could youputon my black boot?

Sheis a word that stands for girl.

Sheput it on.

Useis put to some purpose.

I think Meg couldusethis hat.

Words to Remember
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Vocabulary Review

  • Say the words.
  • Read the sentence.
  • Fill in the blank.
we all jump rope
use

put

could

new

friends

she

We ______ all jump rope.
is reading a book
New

Friends

Could

Use

She

Put

________ is reading a book.
review your vocabulary
could -was (were) able to
  • friends -people you like
  • new -opposite of old
  • put -to place or position
  • she -word that stands for girl
  • use -put to some purpose
Review Your Vocabulary
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Match the words to its meaning.

3. new___

4. she ___

5. friend____

6. could ____

1.use___

2.put___

C

B

F

D

E

A

  • -was (were) able to
  • -people you like
  • -opposite of old
  • -to place or position
  • -word that stands for girl
  • -put to some purpose
word power
Beth’s friends got her a new hat.

Sheput it on.

She said, “It’s too big for me.

I think Meg coulduse this hat.”

Word Power
say the sight words

could

new

use

into

no

like

must

he

on

out

Say the Sight Words
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Interactive Pages
  • Practice th
  • Boots for Beth Interactive Website
      • Literacy and Activity Page
      • Mrs. Alphabet Boots for Beth

Review:

      • Make a word with en
      • Make a word with et
      • Peg the Hen
      • Chicken Stacker - Short e
      • Reading Skills
      • Test Tutor
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