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The Screech Owl Who Liked Television. Vocabulary. Utter verb. When you utter something, you are talking or speaking. . Utter . “I have something important to tell you,” the girl uttered to her friend. . Utter. The mom loudly utters , “Clean up this room right now!”.

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utter verb
Utter verb
  • When you utter something, you are talking or speaking.
utter
Utter
  • “I have something important to tell you,” the girl uttered to her friend.
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Utter
  • The mom loudly utters, “Clean up this room right now!”
utter verb utterance noun
Utter verb Utterance noun
  • When children first begin to make sounds, parents are excited to hear what word their child will utter first. Parents remember the first utterance for years to come and are anxious to share it with anyone who will listen.
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Utter
  • Utter is a multiple meaning word. It can also mean total, as in the sentence When the lights went out the city was in utter darkness.
pounced past tense verb
Pounced past tense verb
  • If an animal pounces, it jumps on something.
pounced
Pounced
  • The wolf pounced on its prey so it would have something to eat.
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Pounced
  • The black kitten is about to pounce on the gray one. He is ready to play.
hastened past tense verb
Hastened past tense verb
  • When you hasten to do something, you hurry to get it done.
hastened
Hastened
  • Before a big hurricane, people hasten to protect their homes and stores.
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Hastened
  • The man realized he was running late so he hastened to get to work on time.
hastened2
Hastened
  • Have you ever hastened to do something or get someplace?
  • Turn and tell your partner.
  • Start by saying: “Once I hastened to…”
hastened verb haste noun hastening verb
Hastened verb Haste noun Hastening verb
  • The girl was hastening to get home from school. In her haste to leave in the morning, she forgot to grab a jacket. Fortunately, she remembered her umbrella. She hastened home quickly in order to keep from getting very wet.
incident noun
Incident noun
  • An incident is something that happens. Usually it refers to something bad, frightening, or embarrassing.
incident
Incident
  • Meteorologists are fascinated by Hurricane Sandy. Its occurrence is a once-in-a-lifetime incident.
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Incident
  • This soccer player hopes no one remembers this embarrassing incident.
incident2
Incident
  • Have you ever had an embarrassing or frightening incident?
  • Turn and tell your partner.
  • Start by saying: “One frightening incident…”OR “One embarrassing incident…”
presence noun
Presence noun
  • Your presence refers to being in a place.
presence
Presence
  • Your presence at school every day is important for your success in school.
presence1
Presence
  • There is no real evidence of the presence of aliens here on earth.
presence2
Presence
  • The antonym of presence is absence. The top picture shows what this famous painting looks like with the presence of color. The bottom picture shows what it looks like with the absence of color.
presence3
Presence
  • A word that sounds like presence is presents. They are homonyms. Can you use each word correctly to describe the pictures above?
biological adjective
Biological adjective
  • Biological has to do with living things
biological
Biological
  • Rest is a basic biological need of all animals.
biological1
Biological
  • All babies have a biological need to be touched and cared for.
biological adj biology noun biologist noun
Biological adj. Biology noun Biologist noun
  • Biology is the science of studying about life. A wildlife biologist studies how animals live and survive in the wild. By studying animals, these scientists learn about the biological needs of different animals.
arrangement noun
Arrangement noun
  • In this story, an arrangement is a plan.
arrangement
Arrangement
  • In our house, my husband and I have an arrangement about who cooks dinner each night. I cook three nights and he cooks three nights. This arrangement works for both of us.
arrangement1
Arrangement
  • Some people make arrangements to take turns driving to work. This kind of arrangement saves gas and money.
arrangement2
Arrangement
  • Arrangement can also refer to how things are put together. The top picture shows a flower arrangement.
  • The bottom picture shows the arrangement of the furniture in the room.
endeared past tense verb
Endeared past tense verb
  • When you endear yourself to someone, you are loved or admired by them. They think of you in a positive way.
endeared
Endeared
  • Baby animals often endear themselves to their owners because they are so cute and lovable.
endeared1
Endeared
  • This woman has endeared herself to the nursing home residents by visiting them every week.
endeared2
Endeared
  • Who has endeared themselves to you? It can be a person, or an animal.
  • Turn and tell your partner.
  • Start by saying: “One person/animal that has endeared him/herself to me is_____”
tempted past tense verb
Tempted past tense verb
  • If you are tempted to do something, you really want to do it, even if you know you shouldn’t.
tempted
Tempted
  • People are often tempted to eat a candy bar in the middle of the afternoon.
tempted1
Tempted
  • On weekends, I am often tempted to do nothing and just relax.
tempted2
Tempted
  • What is something that is tempting to you?
  • Turn and tell your partner.
  • Start by saying: “One thing that I am tempted by is…”.
tempted verb tempting verb temptation noun
Tempted verb Tempting verbTemptation noun
  • Many teen-agers are tempted by their friends to smoke cigarettes. Though it may seem tempting to try it, it is not a good idea. It is important to resist temptation by remembering that smoking is an unhealthy habit.
disbelief noun
Disbelief noun
  • Use the sentence below to figure out the meaning of disbelief.
  • The girl stared in disbelief at the 7 foot tall man. She couldn’t believe her eyes.
  • What do you think it means?
  • Disbelief means you are not sure if something is true.
disbelief
Disbelief
  • The man looked in disbelief at the flying saucer in his backyard.
disbelief1
Disbelief
  • The man watched in disbelief as the Huskers fumbled for the third time!
disbelief2
Disbelief
  • What might cause you to have a look of disbelief?
  • Turn and tell your partner.
  • Start by saying: “I would look with disbelief if I saw…”
review time
Review time
  • You can find signs of my granddaughter’s ______ all over her room.
  • Don’t be _____ to pet wild animals just because they look cute.
  • Being in a car accident can be a scary ______.
  • Cats like to _____ on balls of yarn.
  • My students _____ themselves to me when they follow directions the first time.
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Please make an ______ to be picked up after school.
  • Do you know the first word that you ______?
  • If you hear a tornado siren, you should _____ to a safe place.
  • If I ever saw a two headed cow, I would have a look of _____ on my face.
  • All humans have a _____ need for food and rest.