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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What does “But the sheep shrugged” mean?
What other words could we use instead of tasty?
Why do you think the author chose the word tasty?
Turn to your partner and say the sentence again using your simpler words for tasty.
Whenyou shrug you raise your shoulders to show that you do not care.
The girl shrugged and walked away.
I shrug when my friends want to do something that I think is boring.
What happened ?.
A Better Idea.
Take most of the crayons.
One child does not have as many crayons to use.
They can share.
Set the fish free.
The fish looked
Catch a fish
For a pet.
I see a baby tucked into its mother’s elbow. The word baby has two syllables. Listen: .
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/
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/
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.