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1 9-1 James Francis Thorpe was born in Oklahoma on May 28, His brother George and he loved all sports. 1= habitat 2 = temperature/action 1. seaweed : ocean :: cactus :. desert 2. heat : boil :: cold :. freeze Daily Skills In the following sentence, which underlined word is a NOUN? Smokey Bear works to prevent forest fires. works prevent fires A B C Write the letter of the word on the line next to the number of the meaning that best describes the word. a. containers c 1. a large area covered with trees b. flames d 2. a high temperature c. forest a 3. boxes, cans, or jars that hold something d. heat e 4. free from danger e. safe b 5. hot burning gases given off by fire

2 9-2 In Pennsylvania, Thorpe played football for a coach named Pop Warner. He went to Sweden for the Olympics in = instrument to what it measures or gauges 2 = tool to who uses the tool 1. watch : time :: compass :. direction 2. hammer : carpenter :: hoe : gardener. Daily Skills Draw a line to match each word with a PREFIX to its meaning. redo does not please Key Word: container Containers are boxes, cans, or jars that hold something. two things that come in containers. Use complete sentences. 1. undo displease reverse what has been done do again

3 9-3 In Sweden, Thorpe did well. He won two gold medals. The King of Sweden said, "Sir, you are the greatest athlete in the world." NOTE: Don't forget the comma separating the speaker tag from the quotation and capitalize the first word of the quotation. 1= food to animal source 2 = tool or reference to what it tells or shows 1. steak : steer :: bacon :. pig, hog 2. scale : weight :: compass rose : direction. Daily Skills Draw a line to match each word with a SUFFIX to its meaning. harmless without time penniless timeless without harm without money 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. I can feel the from the fire. Furnaces our homes when it is cold. 1. warm 2. flames X 3. heat 4. warmth

4 9-4 Jim Thorpe was a star in football, baseball, and track. He is in the Football Hall of Fame. NOTE: s of games ARE NOT capitalized. The Football Hall of Fame is the name of building and the organization, so all three words in the name are capitalized. 2 = classification 1. globe : round :: map :. flat 2. hawk : bird :: yellow :. color Daily Vocabulary To find a synonym for the word nice, you would look in a(n). atlas dictionary thesaurus encyclopedia A B 1= characteristic - shape C D a. containers b. flames c. forest d. safe Write the letter of the word above on the line next to the sentence that it best completes. c 1. There are pine trees and oak trees in this. a 2. I put my belongings in waterproof. d 3. Teachers help children stay. b 4. The from the campfire toasted my marshmallows. On the back of this paper, list two ways that you stay safe on the playground. Use complete sentences. 9 + = = = = 9 + = = = 14

5 9-5 Do you want to know still more about Jim Thorpe? Read a book called Jim Thorpe: World's Greatest Athlete by Gregory B. Richards. NOTE: Titles of books, plays, newspapers, magazines, or any other major work that can have subsections are underlined when handwriting. In a word processor, this is the same thing as italics (tech note; you can show this using a projector connected to a computer). 1= characteristic 2 = worker to animal 1. pillow : soft :: rock :. hard 2. shepherd : sheep :: cowboy :. cow, steer Daily Skills Write the following words in alphabetical order. lie different number other 1. different 3. number 2. lie 4. other a. heat b. safe c. containers d. forests 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. c 1. We packed our belongings in boxes when we moved. d 2. The woodlands are home to many animals. a 3. I felt the warmth from the campfire. b 4. I am free from danger when I am in my home. 9 + = = = = 4 + = = = 11

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