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Let's Read!!!

Do you need help with reading? Are you in Kindergarten-3rd grade? Beanie Boo World learning is perfect for you!!!

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Kindergarten!!!!

Alphabet!!!!

Alphabet: Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg

Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp

Qq Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv

Ww Xx Yy Zz


Lowercase: 

a b c d e f g

h i j k l m n o p

q r s t u v

w x y z

Uppercase: 

A B C D E F G

H I J K L M N O P

Q R S T U V

W X Y Z

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Sentences!

Sentences always have a punctuation at the end. They always begin with a capital letter. They always have a noun and a verb. Remember that a verb is an action word and a noun is a person, place, or thing. A complete sentence is something like this: Potion is a cat. An incomplete sentence is something like this: A cat. So now you know how to write a sentence.

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Question Word Rodeo!

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Who

  • Who has the three new Beanie Boos?

  • Who is the student we are going to have tomorrow?

  • Who is the Beanie Boo, Potion?

What

  • What is your favorite subject?

  • What is the best Beanie Boo?

  • What does Gilda look like?

Where

  • Where are Beanie Boos made?

  • Where is the Music Room?

  • Where is the Beanie Boo sale?

When

  • When were Beanie Boos invented?

  • When is math time in your class?

  • When does the Beanie Boo shop open?

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Why

  • Why is our lunchtime at school so early?

  • Why are Beanie Boos so soft?

  • Why are Beanie Boos called Beanie Boos?

How

  • How does the inventor make Beanie Boos?

  • How do teachers know what to teach us?

  • How is that Beanie Boo store built?

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Punctuation!!!!

Period- A period is a dot that looks like this: . It tells you when a sentence ends. It is the most used punctuation. In this website, you will see a lot of periods.

Question Mark- The question mark is a dot and a hook shape on top. The question mark looks like this: ? People use this when they write a question to end the sentence.

Exclamation Mark- The exclamation mark is a dot with a short line above it, like this: ! People use this when they have strong feelings like being mad, sad, and VERY HAPPY. 

Nouns!

Plural Words

You can...

  • Add an -s like fan to fans

  • Add an -es like fix to fixes

  • Take out the y and add  -ies like fly to flies

Regular Words

This is when you change something into 1 object like...

  1. Her moms, moms to mom

  2. I hate that flies. flies to fly

  3. He is going to fixes it. fixes to fix

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1st Grade

 
Turtle in the Reef

Turtle Talk!

Let's learn how to sound out words and read words in this 11 min Rock and Learn video! Enjoy :) 

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Reading and Comprehension!

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Predicting Party!

Have a parent read you this short story. Then when you see 3 dots stop and predict what will happen next.

Cancun the Beanie Boo is a dog. She is a pink dog. Cancun likes to have parties with her friends. Today, she is doing a party. Cancun decorates all of her house. She turns on the lights, but they don't turn on! Cancun hears laughing.

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 It was Beaks messing with the cord! "Beaks stop" says Cancun. Beaks stops and says sorry and joins the party. Everyone had a great time!

The End

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Sunset Syllables!

Look at the words below and how they are broken up into syllables!

Sun-set: 2 syllables

Vol-can-o: 3 syllables

Sky: 1 syllable

Moon-light: 2 syllables

Answers these and submit them to "Check Me"

Sunlight

Pretty

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Long A

Long A words such as bake have an A that says it's name. If you slowly sound out late you can hear the A say it's name. Try reading these words now that you know how the long A sounds

  • Make

  • Bait

  • Shake

  • Maid

  • Shade

  • Gate

  • Cake

  • Jay

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 Phonics

Phonics learning how to pronounce letters and words for younger elementary kids (Pre-K- 2nd grade). Go right to phonics on IXL.

2nd Grade

Capitalize Nouns

Name Example: 

  • My mom, betty, took out the trash.

betty to Betty​

  • Her dog is hard to train. He keeps on barking to mr. waston's dog, arbis.

 mr. watstin to Mr. Watson, arbis to Arbis 

Example: 

  • My mom, betty, took out the trash.

betty to Betty​

  • Her dog is hard to train. He keeps on barking to mr. waston's dog, arbis.

 mr. watstin to Mr. Watson, arbis to Arbis 

Title Example: 

  • I read the book green eggs and ham last night.

The title green eggs and ham changes to Green Eggs and Ham, and stays the same.​

  • I am going to walgreens tomorrow. walgreens is supposed to be be capital like this, Walgreens. Walgreens is capital because it is a proper noun, the title of a place. 

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