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Word Ladders Third Grade. Poison - Ivy Unit 1 Week 5 Created by Kristi Waltke. On the bottom rung of your ladder spell…. poison. Take away three letters from “poison” to make a word for a plant food that is a staple for people in Hawaii. poi son. You should have spelled…. poi.

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word ladders third grade

Word LaddersThird Grade

Poison - Ivy

Unit 1 Week 5

Created by Kristi Waltke

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Take away three letters from “poison” to make a word for a plant food that is a staple for people in Hawaii.

poison

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Use the vowel digraph in “poi” to make a word for what you call it when you cook food on high heat, usually from above.

poi

change the ending of prowl to make a word for a feeling of self respect or personal worth
Change the ending of “prowl” to make a word for a feeling of self-respect or personal worth.

prowl

scramble the last four letters in proud to make a word for a harsh uninviting appearance
Scramble the last four letters in “proud” to make a word for a harsh, uninviting appearance

proud