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  • Tops and Bottoms Written by: Janet Stevens Genre: Animal Fantasy Skill: Author’s Purpose
  • Say It!
    • bottom
    • cheated
    • clever
    • crops
    • lazy
    • partners
    • wealth
  • More Words to Know
    • debt
    • cornstalk
  • bottom the lowest part
  • cheated did business or played in a way that was not honest
  • clever bright; intelligent; having a quick mind
  • crops plants grown for food
  • lazy not willing to work or be active
  • partners members of a company or firm who share risks and profits of the business
  • wealth a large quantity; riches
  • No one has ever been to the bottom of the ocean.
  • No one has ever been to the bottom of the ocean. .
  • The workers were lazy and did not want to work.
  • The workers were lazy and did not want to work.
  • The king shared his wealth with his people.
  • The king shared his wealth with his people.
  • The farmer sold his crops at the market.
  • The farmer sold his crops at the market.
  • She cheated on the test and was very dishonest.
  • She cheated on the test and was very dishonest.
  • The fox was very clever when he caught the mouse.
  • The fox was very clever when he caught the mouse.
  • The people were partners and owned the business together.
  • The people were partners and owned the business together.
  • 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.
  • bottom
  • cheated
  • clever
  • crops
  • lazy
  • partners
  • wealth
  • Spelling Words
  • Review Pages p.268-277
    • How are Bear and Hare different?
    • How can you tell that this story is a folktale?
    • What is Hare’s main problem? How does he plan to solve it?
    • What is wrong with Bear’s share of the crops?
    • Summarize what has happened so far.
  • Review Pages p.278-289
    • Why does Hare want Bear to be his business partner?
    • What has Hare done to get what he needs? What does Bear decide to do as a result of his last deal? Why?
    • How did Hare’s life change as a result of being partners with Bear?
    • Do Bear and Hare remain friends in the end?
  • GREAT JOB!