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Pumpkin Fiesta. Vocabulary and skill practice. boasted. b ragged His brother boasted about the football team’s win. c rept . m oved slowly The cat crept slowly through the tall grass. crown. a pretty head covering, often with points The king had a large and heavy crown. village.

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pumpkin fiesta

Pumpkin Fiesta

Vocabulary and skill practice

boasted
boasted
  • bragged
  • His brother boasted about the football team’s win.
c rept
crept
  • moved slowly
  • The cat crept slowly through the tall grass.
crown
crown
  • a pretty head covering, often with points
  • The king had a large and heavy crown.
village
village
  • a group of houses not as large as a town
  • The village could be seen from the hilltop.
vines
vines
  • plants with long stems that need to be held up
  • The pumpkin vines spread throughout the garden.
changing y to make plurals
Changing Y to make plurals
  • When a word ends with a y and is singular there are changes to make before you add s.
  • You will need to change the y to an i and add an e, then add the s.
  • Look at these words:
  • baby babies
  • beauty beauties
  • cry cries
now change these words
Now change these words!
  • cities
  • duties
  • bodies
  • skies
  • copies
  • pennies
  • hobbies
  • city
  • duty
  • body
  • sky
  • copy
  • penny
  • hobby
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Prediction is a reading strategy that means you think ahead to what will happen next so reading will be decoding words you expect to see.

  • Read the paragraph and predict what will happen next.
  • One autumn day Jenny rushed home with her arms full of pumpkins. She did not notice when one little pumpkin dropped out of her arms and came to rest under the kitchen window. It quickly began to rot and was soon lost to sight in the mud and then the snow.
predict what will happen next in this paragraph
Predict what will happen next in this paragraph.

One wild winter’s evening, as Lily Laceby sat by her fire, snug and warm, she drifted off to sleep and began to dream. Butch Aggie, her dog, dozed at her feet. Somewhere in the distance car doors opened and closed softly. Butch Aggie cocked her head. Hands tried to turn doorknobs and Butch Aggie bared her teeth. But Lily Laceby went on dreaming. Fists beat on the door and voices shouted at the window. Butch Aggie barked and barked until Lucy Laceby woke up with a start.