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Rugby and Rosie

Rugby and Rosie

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Rugby and Rosie

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  1. Rugby and Rosie Word Knowledge Friendship

  2. Word Knowledge • eagerly tightly friendly squiggly wiggly • What are the base words for each of these words? • Did any spelling changes take place when they added a suffix?

  3. Word Knowledge • licked trotted wagged turned moped • What suffix has been added to these words? What does that suffix mean? • Did any spelling changes take place when they added a suffix?

  4. Word Knowledge • chasing racing pleasing leaving having • What suffix has been added to each of these base words? What does that suffix mean? • Did any spelling changes take place when they added a suffix?

  5. Word Knowledge • know knew make made think thought knell knelt • These verbs are irregular past tense verbs. Most verbs you just add the suffix –ed to make them past tense. • Can you think of the past tense forms of these verbs? • run, tell, throw, drink, hang, buy, spend

  6. Word Knowledge • wasn’t he’d didn’t wouldn’t couldn’t she’s • These words are contractions. • What two words were used to make each contraction?

  7. Word Knowledge • chocolate restaurant tongues especially patient

  8. Word Knowledge • pond job lots got stop

  9. Word Knowledge • Can you find the suffixes and contractions in these sentences? • She leaned forward eagerly and licked Rugby right on the nose. • He made it very clear he wasn’t interested in being friends.

  10. Word Knowledge • Can you find the suffixes and contractions in these sentences? • Day after day, Rugby just moped around and wouldn’t play with us.

  11. Vocabulary • Dad showed me how to teacher her simple commands: come, sit, stand, down, and heel. • We have taught our dog to obey many different commands.

  12. Vocabulary • We all worked to teach her good manners. • My father has to remind me to watch my manners at the dinner table.

  13. Vocabulary • I wanted to be proud of her. • I am very proud of the picture I painted.

  14. Vocabulary • But the trainer said she was doing fine and would graduate with her new owner soon. • We watched as the trainers commanded the dolphins to jump and touch the ball.

  15. Vocabulary • At the graduation, there were lots of people and dogs. • I went to my little sister’s kindergarten graduation last year.