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How my Family Lives in America

How my Family Lives in America How my Family Lives in America


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  How My Family Lives in America

Target Skills

Reading Skills - Nonfiction, Fact and Opinion, Text Structure

Vocabulary Skill - Context Clues

Grammar Skill - Adjectives that Compare

Phonics Skill - Homophones

Writing Skill - Sentences
 

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How My Family Lives in America

Superlatives

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Homophones

Word Confusion

Homophone Game

The Land of the Rocket to the Moon

Comparative Adjectives

Crowded House Adjectives

MiKids Homonyms

Genres

Genre Practice

Binky's Facts & Opinions

Fact or Opinion

Context Clues

Spelling Words - How My Family Lives in America
Homophones- A homophone is a word that sounds exactly like another word, but has a different spelling and meaning.


to
our
flower
their
too
hour
write
there
two
stair
right
they're
week
stare
new
weather
weak
flour
knew
whether

Vocabulary - How My Family Lives in America
Words to Know
1. admire:  to look at with wonder, pleasure, and approval

2. custom:  an old or popular way of doing things

3. famous:  very well known

4. mention:  to tell or speak about something

5. overnight:  during the night

6. popular:  liked by most people

7. public:  of or for everyone; belonging to the people

8. twist:  braid formed by weaving together three or more strands
 


 
Other Words to Know
heritage
patient
traditions

 

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