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Norma Garibay

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Turkey Trouble

1. Open the link on page one and look at the pictures and listen to the story. This reading has no words, so make sure to use your eyes to read all the beautiful images. 2. Go to the second page, open the link and read the book with the reader. This is a beautiful book that uses a lot of onomatopoeia. That is, words that phonetically imitate or resemble the sounds it describes. Oink, oink! Can you find others? Do the attached activity; there are two pages. 3. On the first page, think about the phrases that are used in the book. What do they mean? What do they suggest? 4. On the second page, think about the phrases your own family uses. What are they? If you don't know, ask your dad his favorite phrase, write it down, and what it means? Then ask your mom what her favorite is and what it means. Then you write your phrase and what it means. Don't use repeated phrases. Make sure that they are all different and check what it suggests. Is it a feeling or a sense? Note label Type your activity and make the writing smaller to fit the spaces. Once you are done and have an adult look over your work, you are ready to record mic the last page where you wrote the phrases you and your family use. Good luck and have fun!

3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, Social Emotional Learning, English Language Arts, English Language Learners
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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