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The Gardener

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  • 1. The Gardener Written by: Sarah Stewart Genre: Realistic Fiction Author’s Purpose: Skill: Cause and Effect
  • 2. Say It!
    • beauty
    • blooming
    • bulbs
    • doze
    • humor
    • recognizing
    • showers
    • sprouting
  • 3. More Words to Know
    • adore
    • catalogues
    • survived
  • 4. beauty the quality that pleases both the mind and the senses in art or nature
  • 5. blooming having flowers; opening into flowers
  • 6. bulbs round, underground parts from which cetain plants grow
  • 7. doze to sleep lightly
  • 8. humor the ability to see or show the funny side of things
  • 9. recognizing identifying
  • 10. showers rain that lasts only a short time
  • 11. sprouting producing new leaves, shoots, or buds; beginning to grow
  • 12. The roses in the garden are blooming.
  • 13. The roses in the garden are blooming.
  • 14. April showers help the new plants grow.
  • 15. April showers help the new plants grow.
  • 16. The girl was a real beauty in her fancy dress.
  • 17. The girl was a real beauty in her fancy dress.
  • 18. I watched my grandfather doze off after eating lunch.
  • 19. I watched my grandfather doze off after eating lunch.
  • 20. The farmer couldn’t wait until his plants began sprouting.
  • 21. The farmer couldn’t wait until his plants began sprouting.
  • 22. The child was good at recognizing his shapes and colors.
  • 23. The child was good at recognizing his shapes and colors .
  • 24. Aunt Jan always laughs at jokes because she has a good sense of humor.
  • 25. Aunt Jan always laughs at jokes because she has a good sense of humor.
  • 26. Mom bought a box of flower bulbs at the store and we went home and planted them.
  • 27. Let’s review our words. Watch carefully because they will flash on the screen for just a moment. We will clap as we spell the word.
  • 28. sprouting
  • 29. blooming
  • 30. bulbs
  • 31. beauty
  • 32. doze
  • 33.  
  • 34. showers
  • 35.  
  • 36. recognizing
  • 37. humor
  • 38. Spelling Words
  • 39. Review Pages p.286-289
    • Why is Lydia going to live with Uncle Jim in the city?
    • What are the three important things Lydia tells Uncle Jim?
    • Who does Uncle Jim look like?
    • What season does Lydia have to wait for?
    • Summarize what has happened so far.
  • 40. Review Pages p.290-297
    • What did Lydia get for Christmas?
    • Emma taught Lydia to do what? Lydia taught Emma to do what?
    • Lydia is busy in her secret place doing what?
    • How are Emma and Lydia sprucing up the bakery?
    • What is Lydia’s new nickname?
    • What good news did Lydia receive at the end of the story?
  • 41. GREAT JOB!