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McBroom the Rainmaker. Unit 5 – Lesson 7. 1. Word Knowledge. Line 1 skunk mud stuck run. 2. Word Knowledge. Line 2 raise please gazed size uses. 3. Word Knowledge. Line 3 kind keep picnic track. 4. Word Knowledge. Line 4 disposition harvested smallest

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mcbroom the rainmaker
McBroom the Rainmaker
  • Unit 5 – Lesson 7

1

word knowledge
Word Knowledge
  • Line 1
  • skunk
  • mud
  • stuck
  • run

2

word knowledge3
Word Knowledge
  • Line 2
  • raise
  • please
  • gazed
  • size
  • uses

3

word knowledge4
Word Knowledge
  • Line 3
  • kind
  • keep
  • picnic
  • track

4

word knowledge5
Word Knowledge
  • Line 4
  • disposition
  • harvested
  • smallest
  • shrinking
  • dried

5

sentences
Sentences
  • Sentence 1:
  • Our tires keep getting stuck in the mud.

6

sentences7
Sentences
  • Sentence 2:
  • Please raise your hand if you have an idea
  • to share.

7

sentences8
Sentences
  • Sentence 3:
  • Do you remember when that skunk ruined
  • our picnic?

8

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Sentences
  • Sentence 4:
  • After the lavender was harvested, it was
  • dried and used for flower arrangements.

9

vocabulary
Vocabulary
  • regard
  • parched
  • drought
  • genuine
  • prairie

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regard
regard
  • I dislike to tell you this, but some folks have
  • no regard for the truth.
  • While in the park, give some regard to the sign that says “Keep Off the Grass.”

11

parched
parched
  • The earth was so parched, we couldn't
  • raise a crop of beets and the varmints were
  • getting downright ornery.
  • After a few hours of playing basketball with
  • no water to drink, I was parched!

13

drought
drought
  • Then it came- the Big Dry. “Not a rain cloud
  • in sight, Pa,” Mary called from the tree
  • house. An idea struck me. I’d break the
  • drought.
  • Only dried mud remained in the riverbed as
  • a result of the long drought.

15

drought16
drought

a long period of time without rain

16

genuine
genuine
  • “It’s a genuine rain crow, my lambs.”
  • Will you choose a wallet made of genuine
  • or imitation leather?

17

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real

genuine

18

prairie
prairie
  • We traveled miles and miles across the
  • prairie, this way and the other, and not a
  • rattle out of that rain crow.
  • Some early pioneers crossed the prairie,
  • while others stopped to farm the rich,
  • rolling land.

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