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The Heavenly Zoo Story Vocabulary. Ancestors Summoning Attendants Heavens Vain OCR 2002 5 th grade Lesson 3 The Heavenly Zoo. Sandra Sanchez Abbott Elementary. ancestors. “use context clues”

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the heavenly zoo story vocabulary

The Heavenly Zoo Story Vocabulary

Ancestors

Summoning

Attendants

Heavens

Vain

OCR 2002 5th grade

Lesson 3 The Heavenly Zoo

Sandra Sanchez

Abbott Elementary

ancestors
ancestors
  • “use context clues”
    • Our ancestors saw all sorts of things in the stars: men and women, gods and demons, rivers and ships.
    • Carlos traced his ancestors back one hundred years by researching his family tree.

ancestors- people from whom one is descended

Sandra Sanchez

Abbott Elementary

summoning
summoning
  • “use context clues and word structure”
    • When the solders saw Arjuna the all-powerful they shouted out, summoning him to come and lead them into battle.
    • I am summoning you upstairs for the meeting.

summoning- asking to come

Sandra Sanchez

Abbott Elementary

attendants
attendants
  • “use context clues, word structure”
    • So they traveled for many days and nights, till they came to a magnificent palace surrounded by a garden full of flowers and fountains: and in this garden a beautiful princess was walking with her attendants.
    • The attendants at the reception served a slice of wedding cake to everyone

Attendants-people who wait on someone

Sandra Sanchez

Abbott Elementary

heavens
heavens
  • “use context clues”
    • So Yudistira and Svan ascended into paradise and Indra, in recognition of their devotion to each other, set in the sky the constellations of the Great Dog, whose central star Sirius is the brightest of all in the heavens.
    • You must look to the heavens to see a shooting star.

heavens- the sky as viewed from Earth

Sandra Sanchez

Abbott Elementary

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vain
  • “use context clues”
    • All went well until Orion, who had become vain of his skill, began to boast that he would soon have killed all the wild animals in Crete.
    • The vain sailor leaned out of the boat to admire his reflection in the water.

vain- conceited

Sandra Sanchez

Abbott Elementary

vocabulary quiz
Vocabulary Quiz
  • Ancestors
  • Summoning
  • Attendants
  • Heavens
  • vain

1. ________________ are people who wait on someone

2. People who are constantly looking at themselves are said to be _________.

3. When you ask someone to come somewhere you are______________ them.

4. Your grandparents and great-grandparents are your ___________.

5. Galileo looked at the __________ at night and through his telescope and found Jupiter’s moons.

Sandra Sanchez

Abbott Elementary