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Mrs. Suriano

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What are you thankful for?

Thank You, Omu! Omu is the Igbo term for "queen." Vocabulary stew: A mixture of meat and other food cooked slowly scrumptious: tasty wafted: to move lightly through the air vendor: a person who sells things, especially on the street blue: sad or unhappy wondered: to be curious about something Click the Read-Along link in English to hear the book, “Thank You, Omu!" K-2: Add words and a picture in each rectangle to tell what you are thankful for. 3-5: Add words, phrases or sentences and illustrate a drawing in each rectangle to describe what you are thankful for.

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, English Language Arts, Social Studies
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Teachers, Students can click the Read-Along book. They have the option to complete the activity for either K-2 or 3-5.