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1 2-1 Nobody would loan Rabbit any fire, so he stole the fire. It burned Raccoon, Squirrel, Turkey, and Crow. (Animal names are capitalized because they are the NAMES of each of the animals.) 1. shower : bathroom :: oven :. kitchen 2. light : dark :: love :. hate Daily Skills 1= location 2 =antonym Mark a S on the line next to each sentence that is a statement. 1. Have you ever felt scared? S 2. David was nervous about the first day of school. S 3. His classroom was full of interesting things. Write the letter of the word on the line next to the number of the meaning that best describes the word. a. different d 1. taking time to do something right or safely b. excited e 2. talk very quietly or softly c. groan a 3. not the same d. carefully c 4. a deep, unhappy sound e. whisper b 5. thrilled about something

2 2-2 Rabbit ran down the road carrying fire. He burned rings around Raccoon's tail and face. Today, raccoons seem to wear black masks. 1= name of young 2 =size 1. cow : calf :: dog :. pup (puppy) 2. elephant : huge :: mouse :. tiny, small, little Daily Skills Mark a S on the line next to each sentence that is a statement. S 1. David's teacher welcomed the class. 2. Was David ready to learn? S 3. David helped Mr. Roy find his glasses. Key Word: carefully Carefully means to take your time and think about what you are doing.. Describe two things that you should do carefully. Use complete sentences. 1. Student responses will vary

3 2-3 Rabbit stopped to see Squirrel. Rabbit boasted to him about the fire. The fire made Squirrel's tail curl. Today, squirrels have curly tails. 1= job or action of a tool 2 = what an appliance provides 1. scissors : cut :: broom :. sweep 2. lamp : light :: furnace :. heat Daily Skills Mark a Q on the line next to each sentence that is a question. Q 1. Is Slim the class pet? 2. Mr. Roy holds Slim carefully. Q 3. Will David catch Slim? Choose the one word that could be used in both sentences so that both sentences make sense. Mark an X on the line next to the correct choice. When I'm at the library I have to quietly. The teacher heard the quiet in the classroom. 1. speak X 2. whisper 3. read 4. noise

4 2-4 The hot fire roasted the feathers off Turkey's neck and head. Do Turkeys today have bald heads and necks? 1. full : empty :: more :. less 2. giggle : laugh :: groan :. cry Daily Skills 1= antonym 2 = size or degree of an action Mark a Q on the line next to each sentence that is a question. 1. Slim wiggled in David's hands. Q 2. Is Slim afraid? Q 3. Will David and Slim be friends? a. groans b. excited c. different d. carefully Write the letter of the word above on the line next to the sentence that it best completes. b 1. We were to see our new classmates. d 2. I crossed the busy street. a 3. He when the teacher makes him miss recess. c 4. If things are, they are not the same. Think of something that excited you. Write at least two sentences about it. You can draw it on the other side

5 2-5 The fire toasted the crow's feathers. Today, they are all black. Now you know why. 1= antonym 2 = name of young by gender 1. short : tall :: whisper :. shout, yell 2. man : boy :: woman :. girl Daily Skills Put the correct punctuation mark on the line at the end of each sentence. 1. School is starting soon. 2. Are you excited that school has started? 3. We will learn a lot in second grade. 4. Will you play with me at recess? a. carefully b. groan c. excited d. whisper Write the letter of the word above on the line next to the sentence that it would best replace the bolded words in that sentence. d 1. Students must talk quietly in the classroom. c 2. I was very happy when I saw who my teacher would be. a 3. David gently picked up the lizard. b 4. We heard a loud sigh when it began to rain. 7 + = = = = 3 + = = = 11

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