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Instructions: Circle the correct spelling
Target Language: January February March April May May June July August September October November December Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Spring Winter Fall Summer
22 Jun 2017
Target Language: Blanket Brown Booties Pacifier Baby powder Playpen Formula Crying Car seat Walker Diaper Teething Infant Stroller Lotion Baby boy Nephew Byron Blessing Bottles Levi Rattle Baby oil Jamia
Instructions: Use the words in the box to complete the phrases.
Target Language: Ew! There's a spider on the wall! If we are going to take the canoe onto the lake, we'll need another paddle . Many people around the world do not have clean water to drink. Evan has an older brother and a ...
15 Jun 2017
Instructions: Find words that begin with all the letters of the ALPHABET !!
Target Language: apple ball car door elephant fish girl hat insect jelly key lemon monkey nose ostrich pencil quarter red scissors teeth umbrella van watch xray yoyo zebra
15 Jun 2017
Instructions: Change the words around to make good sentences.
Target Language: She was cooking when the baby cried. They were driving when the police stopped them. I was walking home when I saw a car accident. I was sleeping when the phone rang. We were watching TV when the children came ...
14 Jun 2017
Target Language: dejay baby monitor pregnancy crib ultrasound baby bottle baby blankets gerber foods diaper bag eboni formula onesies pacifier baby boy booties wet wipes bassinet darrell walker immunizations birthday gender rattle stroller thermometer teething
11 Jun 2017
Target Language: Juliet returns home to discover the wedding has been moved ahead one day, and she is to be married tomorrow. That night, Juliet drinks the potion, and the Nurse discovers her, apparently dead, the next morning. The Capulets grieve, and Juliet is entombed ...
Target Language: Romeo sneaks into Juliet’s room that night, and at last they consummate their marriage and their love. Morning comes, and the lovers bid farewell, unsure when they will see each other again. Juliet learns that her father, affected by the recent events, ...
Target Language: PREPARATION STEADINESS WILLINGNESS PROMPTNESS AGILITY RAPIDLY PROMPTITUDE CONGRUITY ORDERLINESS PRECISION PERIODICITY INVARIABILITY CONFORMITY RHYTHM ROUTINE ROTATION PROPORTION PREDICTABILITY CELERITY ALACRITY
07 Jun 2017
Target Language: The next day, Benvolio and Mercutio encounter Tybalt—Juliet’s cousin—who, still enraged that Romeo attended Capulet’s feast, has challenged Romeo to a duel. Romeo appears. Now Tybalt’s kinsman by marriage, Romeo begs the Capulet to hold off the ...
Target Language: As Mercutio and Benvolio leave the Capulet estate, Romeo leaps over the orchard wall into the garden, unable to leave Juliet behind. From his hiding place, he sees Juliet in a window above the orchard and hears her speak his name. He calls out to her, and...
Target Language: Meanwhile, Paris, a kinsman of the Prince, seeks Juliet’s hand in marriage. Her father Capulet, though happy at the match, asks Paris to wait two years, since Juliet is not yet even fourteen. Capulet dispatches a servant with a list of people to invite...
Target Language: In the streets of Verona another brawl breaks out between the servants of the feuding noble families of Capulet and Montague. Benvolio, a Montague, tries to stop the fighting, but is himself embroiled when the rash Capulet, Tybalt, arrives on the scene. ...
Target Language: An old messenger arrives from Corinth with the news that Oedipus's father, King Polybus, has died of old age. This encourages Oedipus. It seems his prophecy might not come true, but he remains worried because his mother is still alive. The messenger ...
Target Language: Convinced that Creon is plotting to overthrow him, Oedipus declares his intention to banish or execute his brother-in-law. Jocasta and the chorus believe Creon is innocent and beg Oedipus to let Creon go. He relents, reluctantly, still convinced of ...
Target Language: At the start of the play, the city of Thebes is suffering terribly. Citizens are dying from plague, crops fail, women are dying in childbirth and their babies are stillborn. A group of priests comes to the royal palace to ask for help from Oedipus, their...
Target Language: The normal pathway dictated that children should follow stages (like rolling onto the belly or moving arms and legs in parallel motion) in certain order. But Adolph found that some infants exhibited multiple stages simultaneously, or went back and forth ...
Target Language: Adolph learned the importance of focusing on the individuality of children from her mentor, Esther Thelen, the scientist who solved the mystery of the stepping reflex. Adolph has applied this same perspective to her pioneering work on infant development, ...
Target Language: do did done go went gone come came come break broke broken buy bought bought bring brought brought see saw seen draw drew drawn eat ate eaten find found found get got got forget forgot forgotten give gave given know knew known say said said meet met met
Target Language: Ex. 1. Напишите глаголы в скобках в Past Simple. 1. On Saturday I __________ (play) computer games with my cousins. 2. My mum __________ (not cook) dinner last night. 3. I __________ (walk) to school because there weren´t any buses. 4. They ...
Target Language: Where is situated Great Britain? What country ISN'T part of Great Britain? What is the capital of England? What river does London stand on? Who rules Great Britain? What is the name of the ruler of Great Britain? What is the name of the famous clock in London? Where does the Queen ...
Instructions: Put words that are the same into one family.
Target Language: Street words Direction words Numbers
Avenue Street Drive Crescent Way Road block corner straight turn right left one first second fourth third two
04 Jun 2017
Instructions: Change the words around to make a good sentence.
Target Language: Is there a bank near here? The bank is in the next block. The bank is between the library and the police station. Excuse me. Is there a gas station nearby? There's a gas station on 8th Street. Excuse me. ...
04 Jun 2017
Instructions: Unscramble the words related to communities and description of places
Target Language: cosmopolitan infrastructure freedom monuments vibrant pollution unspoilt stunning tranquil bustling run-down diverse unemployment congestion vast
03 Jun 2017
Instructions: Read each question carefully and think about the best answer or answers. You may refer back to the text. Please double check your work.
Target Language: 1. Part A: How does Opal feel about the library on the first page? a. disappointed b. excited...
31 May 2017
Target Language: Constant infer hypothesis conclusion analysis independent variable variable dependent variable scientific method scientific law scientific theory controlled system science model experiment
29 May 2017
Instructions: Locate and circle the vocabulary words in the grid which may be printed forward, backward, horizontally, vertically, or diagonally.
Target Language: Amusement Park Aquarium Athlete Camping Coast Craft Electronics Entertainment Equipment Game Hobby The Movies Museum...
Instructions: Unscramble the vocabulary words below.
Target Language: AmusementPark Aquarium Athlete Camping Coast Craft Electronics Entertainment Equipment Game Hobby TheMovies Museum Photograph Play Playground Recreation Sports Type Verb
Write sentences using ...
Instructions: Complete the crossword by filling in a word that fits each clue. Fill in the correct answers, one letter per square, both across and down, from the given clues.
Target Language: Amusement Park a large park with many special machines that you can ride on, such as roller coasters...
Target Language: infer system science variable constant scientific law controlled experiment scientific theory analysis dependent variable scientific method independent variable model hypothesis experiment
28 May 2017
Instructions: Select and circle the best answer for each question.
Target Language: Changing one factor and observing the effect on another while keeping all other factors constant. The variables that are not changed in an experiment. To draw a conclusion based on what you observe. A rule ...
28 May 2017
Instructions: Match the words to the definitions. Write the correct word in the box to the left of the definition.
Target Language: System Scientific Law Dependent Variable ...
27 May 2017
Target Language: armed services army, navy, marines barbecue meat cooked on a grill cemetery place to bury the dead flag banner that represents a country holiday special day of the year May Memorial Day is in ___ . Memorial Day day to honor dead soldiers Monday Memorial Day is always on a ___ . Old ...
26 May 2017
Instructions: Unscramble each word. Every word has something to do with the story correlating with either theme, characters, events, and locations.
Target Language: Arnold Spirit Rowdy Mr.Spirit Mrs.Spirit Mary Spirit Grandmother Spirit Gordy Penelope Roger Eugene Mr.P Coach ...
25 May 2017
Target Language: mountainous tremendous courageous industrious continuous gorgeous wondrous nutritious cautions precious fabulous jealous glorious obvious tedious curious nervous furious studious various
24 May 2017
Instructions: Unscramble the letters to find weather words!
Target Language: sunny cold snowy cloudy foggy stormy clear windy hailing beautiful hot rainy partly cloudy
Make some sentences to describe today's weather.
23 May 2017
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