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1 Celebrating are I can t tell who you are. blow Blow out the candles on your cake. light Please light the candles on the cake. measure Mom, measure how tall I am, okay? sing Ty can sing in a trio. taste May I taste your punch?

2 Cleaning brush First I will brush my hair. Then I ll brush my teeth. dry They dry the dishes, then put them away. feed Feed the cat, please. find I can t find my other sock. fix Diego can fix the flat tire on his bike. hides Bingo hides his bones in the yard. scrub I will scrub until it s clean. sweep I sweep the kitchen every week. wash Marcie can wash Bingo on the lawn. water Serena will water her garden today.

3 work Hayley will work before she can play.

4 Courtesy close Mom, would you please close my door? come Can you come over to my house? dance Dance one with me, okay? drive My big brother can drive a car. give Please give me a cookie. go May I please go with you? hurry Hurry up and change so we can play! kiss Bingo will kiss everyone. open Open the jar for me, please. play Can you come out and play?

5 please Would you please feed the dog? push If you pull, I will push. say Say that again, please. Show Me Actions share We will play together and share toys. sneeze I need to cover my mouth when I sneeze. touch I would like to touch this lamb. turn Turn off the TV, please. were Were you sick yesterday?

6 Eating eat We can eat now. Dinner s ready! get I m gonna get some ice cream. licked Marcie licked the candy stick. peel Hayley had to peel her banana. pour I will pour myself some juice. squish I can squish my peas with a fork.

7 Family chase Bingo can chase Blackie around the yard. climb Blackie can climb tall trees. finish My frog will finish the race first. have What do you have in your mouth? hear Hoppy can hear well with his big ears. hop He can hop in his bunny garden. love I love my dog, Bingo. reading My whole family is reading. rip Blackie can rip a hole in the couch. sits Blackie sits on the window sill.

8 sleep Hoppy may sleep in his hutch or on the bed. sleeping Bingo is sleeping on his dog bed. smile We see Dad smile when something is funny. stay Stay, Bingo, stay right there.

9 Learning break Be careful! Don t break the window. bring Bring your jacket because it s cold. broke Dusty fell off his bike and broke his leg. carry May can t carry her heavy backpack. cover Cover the chair so it won t get wet. cry Did you cry when you broke your leg? does How many stars does the Big Dipper have? drop Drop the letter into the mailbox. experiment Let s experiment with these magnets. go potty Do you have to go potty?

10 helps George s cane helps him walk safely. hold Hold my hand when we cross the street. hurt Serena fell and hurt her knee. look Look at the new book I bought. lost Oh no, Hayley lost her glasses. read Sandy can read her new book. see Can you see the bird hidden in the tree? show Show me the turtle. spilled At the birthday party I spilled my punch. stop Please stop pulling my hair.

11 think I can think about what I read. Show Me Actions walk George uses his cane to help him walk safely.

12 Making build If you could build a robot, what would it look like? draw I can draw a picture with this chalk. making What are you making? paint May will paint a picture. tear I will tear the paper into strips. Miscellaneous fit My shoes don t fit anymore. fly Ty will fly in the plane. got I got a letter today. leave I think the bus will leave on time.

13 lie down Lie down on the cot and take a nap. listen Listen to the wind in the trees. move A dump truck can move tons of dirt. parked Dad parked the car in the driveway. rescue I need to rescue Blackie from the tree. shopping Sandy is shopping for new clothes. stuck Serena has gum stuck to the bottom of her shoe. try May will try to catch the frog. whisper We won t scare it if we whisper. write I can write a poem tonight.

14 Playing bounce Who can bounce their ball the highest? clap Hayley and May like to clap their hands in rhythm. dump He can dump the dirt out of the truck. exploring We are going exploring. fish He said, Go fish. hits Serena hits the ball. jump They jump on the rocks to get across. kick He will kick the soccer ball. like Ty and Serena like to ride their bikes together. pretend Pretend I m the teacher, okay?

15 ride Hayley can ride by the river. run Ty and Serena can run races. running Blackie is running from Bingo. shake The baby will shake her rattle. skip May can skip to school. slide I can slide without holding on. splash Splash the dog when she goes by. stand Stand on the stool to be tall. swim I wish I could swim like a fish. swing Swing with me, okay? Show Me Actions

16 throw Throw the frisbee to me! Show Me Actions tickle She will tickle his nose with a feather. turn around Turn around three times. watch Watch me, watch me! wishes Sandy wishes she had a toy oven.

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