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If you wanted a dog to stop wriggling, would you ask him to sit still or bounce up and down? ... Besides worms, what else might wriggle in the dirt? ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Sand Castle


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Sand Castle
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wriggle
  • When you wriggle, you move your body back and
    forth, as you do when you are squirming.

3
wriggle
  • The girl sees worms wriggle in the dirt.
  • If someone is holding you, you might wriggle to
    get away.
  • If you wanted a dog to stop wriggling, would you
    ask him to sit still or bounce up and down? Why?

4
wriggle
  • How would you wriggle out of a shirt that is too
    small for you?
  • Besides worms, what else might wriggle in the
    dirt?
  • What animal might be able to wriggle out of your
    hand?

5
pricklySomething that is prickly is sharp and
hurts to touch.
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prickly
  • The stem of some vegetables are prickly.
  • If I touch something prickly, I might say Ouch!
    and pull my hand away quickly.
  • Is a cactus or a daisy prickly? How do you know?

7
prickly
  • Name a prickly animal. Name an animal that is
    NOT prickly.
  • Would you want to sit on your chair if it had a
    prickly object on it? Why?
  • How might you handle a prickly object such as a
    pinecone?

8
interested
  • When you are interested in something, you want to
    do it or learn more about it.

9
interested
  • The girls neighbors were interested in trading
    their flowers for some of her mothers soup.
  • If I am interested in something, I want to do it
    or learn more about it.
  • Would you be more interested in learning about
    spaceships or paper clips?

10
interested
  • I have a new book. What could you do to show me
    that you are interested in hearing the story?
  • If you are NOT interested in hearing about a
    friends trip, would you listen carefully or look
    away? Explain.
  • A friend wants to trade a milkshake for your
    ice-cream cone. Would you be interested in make
    a trade? Why?

11
cooperativeA cooperative person works with
others in a helpful way to do something.
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cooperative
  • The children were cooperative.
  • When I work well with others, I am being
    cooperative.
  • Is it important to be cooperative during class
    activities? Why?

13
cooperative
  • Give a thumbs up if I describe an example of
    children being cooperative.
  • Two children argue over a book.
  • Two children work together to pick up art
    supplies.
  • One child colors while the other grabs the
    crayons.
  • Two children work together to carry some books.

14
construct
  • When I construct something, I build it or make it.

15
construct
  • The children used tools to construct the sand
    castle.
  • I can use block to construct a tower.
  • Would you rather construct something alone or
    with others? Explain.

16
construct
  • If I name some things that someone could
    construct, you should say People can construct
    that.
  • house leaf water school
  • bridge hospital ant cloud
  • dog doghouse airplane sand castle

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assist
  • When I assist someone, I help them do something.

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assist
  • The children ask if they can assist Jen.
  • If I help someone carry a heavy box, I assist
    that person.
  • Could you assist your teacher by being quiet or
    being noisy? Explain.

19
assist
  • If I describe a situation in which you could
    assist, you should say Let me assist you.
  • Your mom is looking for her keys.
  • Your brother or sister needs a ride to school.
  • The family dog needs a bath.
  • The teacher is passing out papers.
  • A pilot is flying an airplane.

20
Lets recapand review what we learned.
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Fill in the blanks with the correct word.
cooperative assist construct
  • The children decided to ______________ the
    tallest block tower they ever made.
  • Their teacher asked for the two groups to
    ___________ each other in the activity.

22
cooperative interested prickly
  • It is important to be ____________ when you work
    together in groups.
  • The new shirt was uncomfortable because the
    material felt _________.

23
interested wriggle assist
  • It is very difficult to __________ out of a wet
    bathing suit.
  • My family was very ____________ in the story I
    told them about the new student in school.
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