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Know It Show It Activity Book Grade 1

High-Frequency Words

Name

Words to Know

Word Bank

a

first

good

had

he

I

my

was

u Write a word from the box to complete each sentence.

had

1. Cam a bat.

I

2.

can bat.

good my

3. I am !

4. I like bat!

u Write sentences using two new words from the box.

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Spelling

Name

The short a sound is usually spelled with the letter a followed by a consonant, as in at and nap . u Write each Spelling Word in each column below. Words with Short a

Spelling Words

Basic

an bad can nap cat pan

Words with 2 letters

Words with 3 letters

an bad am can at nap cat pan

Review

am at

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Phonics

Name

Consonants n , d , p , c ; Short a

u Say each picture name. Write the consonant for the beginning sound in each word.

d c

p p c

n

The word cat has the short a sound. The letter a stands for the short a sound. u Write the missing letter in each picture name below.

p n a a a a a a b t

c n

m n

m t

c p

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Vocabulary

Name

Vocabulary Chat

You can use the words you learn from stories in real life. u Practice using Power Words from Blackout in a group chat. Use a few words to write what you talk about.

1. What would you do in a blackout ?

Responses will vary.

2. What is a normal thing to do?

3. Share an idea you have for a story. Responses will vary. Responses will vary. 4. Is a busy street still ? Why or why not? Responses will vary.

Get Up and Move! Think of times when people are huddled . Act out some examples.

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Generative Vocabulary

Name

1. My dad’s mom is my grandmother. Compound words are words made up of two smaller words. Use the meaning of the smaller words to figure out the meaning of each compound word. u Circle the compound word in each sentence. Then write the two smaller words that make up each compound word. Compound Words grand mother fire flies 2. Fireflies glow in the dark. 4. Homemade apple pie is my favorite dessert! foot prints home made 3. I can see footprints in the sand.

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Comprehension

Name

Story Structure

The beginning of a story tells a problem . The events tell how the characters try to solve it. The end tells how the problem gets solved, or the resolution . First , next , and last help readers tell story events in order. u Answer the questions about Blackout . Pages 18-24  What is the main problem? How do the characters react to the problem? The power went out in the city. They are upset and bored. Pages 25-31  Use first to describe the problem. Use next and last to discuss how the characters resolved the problem.

Problem

Events

Resolution

Answers will vary.

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Write About Reading

Name

Write a Description

Read the Prompt

Write sentences to describe how the boy’s sister changes during Blackout .

Make a Plan

When you write about a story, use details from the pictures and the words. u Write some details from Blackout to help you remember what the boy’s sister says and does at the beginning and end of the story.

Responses will vary.

Now write your description on a separate sheet of paper.

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Phonics

Name

Words with Short a

The a in bam stands for the short a sound. The a is closed in by two consonants, b and m . When a word has only one vowel and the vowel is in the middle of two consonants, the vowel is usually short. u Write each picture name below. cab man bam can bat map

u Write a sentence using one of the words you wrote. Use your best handwriting.

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Vocabulary Strategy

Name

1. The glow of the bright moon helps people see at night. When you come to a word you do not know, you can use context clues to figure out what it means. Look around the word you do not know for hints about what it means. u Read each sentence below. Circle the clues that help you know the meaning of the word. Then circle the meaning. Context Clues

light

dark

PHON_EA_C_Moonƒ

2. You can grill food on a hot blaze for dinner.

fire

pan

3. Candles flicker on and off in the wind.

sparkle

turn

4. The sun comes out at dawn every morning.

beginning of day

end of day

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Media Literacy

Name

News Articles

News articles tell something that is happening in the world. They have different parts. The headline is the title for the article. A caption is words or sentences about a picture. u Read the news article below. Then answer the questions about it.

Blackout in the City

There was a blackout in the city last night. It was because of bad weather in the area. The lights went out at 11 p.m. It was dark for two hours.

Many people used flashlights during the blackout.

1. What is the headline of the article?

Blackout in the City

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Media Literacy

Name

2. What is the article about?

3. When and where did the event happen? that lasted two hours a blackout in the city 11 p.m. at night in the city 5. What does the caption say about the picture? a boy with a flashlight that people used flashlights during the blackout 4. What does the picture show?

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Endmatter Section

Use it.

blackout

Use it.

normal

Use it.

busy

Use it.

idea

Use it.

still

Use it.

huddled

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Draw it.

A blackout is when the electricity stops working and all the lights go out.

Draw it.

When things are normal , they are like they usually are.

Draw it.

When you are busy , you have lots of things to do.

Draw it.

When you have an idea , you are thinking about something.

Draw it.

When a place is still , it is quiet.

Draw it.

If a group of people are huddled , they are bunched together.

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