By Terry Cooper

Each workbook reinforces the a hundred phrases that kids want to know – and it is helping them grasp comprehension, spelling, writing, and utilization of every note. Includes:

• Fill-in-the-blank tales and sentences

• observe riddles, video games, and puzzles

• tales that current the phrases in context

• "Guess the be aware" activities

• be aware classifying and sorting activities

• perform utilizing abnormal verb forms

• Proofreading perform to be used with Grade 1.

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Held; 3. talk; 4. think; 5. buy; 6. laugh; 7. hurt p. 9: 1. Lilly drew a picture. 2. Sam held his nose. 3. Jake thought hard. 4. Sam wrote a letter. 5. Jake laughed at Sam’s joke. 6. Jake bought some candy. 7. Lilly brought Pete to school. 8. Lilly and Pete walked home. 9. My head hurts. p. 10: 5. because; 6. through; 7. around; 1. far; 2. below; 4. very; 5. behind p. 11: 1. A bird flew with a worm in her mouth. 2. I saw her fly into her nest. 3. She fed her babies so they would grow. 4. When they were done, she got more food.

7. The babies grew and flew away. p. 12: because; going; through; around; grew; above; behind; done; flew; does p. 13: 2. start; 3. book3pro Editor: Kaaren Sorensen Art Directors: Deborah Dinger, Joan Michael, Beth Benzaquin Editorial Consultants: Wiley Blevins, Mary C. Rose, Sue Sxczepanski Writers: Spencer Kayden, Jessica B. C. Israel, Bryan Brown •Magazine Group: VP, Publisher: David Goddy•VP, Editor in Chief: Rebecca Bondor•Associate Editorial Director: Alyse Sweeney•Design Director: Judith Christ-Lafond• Production Director: Barbara Schwartz•Executive Director of Photography: Steven Diamond•Publishing System Director: David Hendrickson•Manager, Digital Imaging Group: Marc Stern•Director of Library Service: Bert Schacter•Library Manager: Maggie Stevaralgia•VP, Marketing: Jocelyn Forman•Scholastic Education: President: Margery Mayer•Group VP Marketing: Greg Worrell• Director, Customer Service Technical Support: Karine Apollon-Mowatt•Associate Director of Customer Service: Pat Drayton To order more issues or for customer service: 1- 800-SCHOLASTIC Copyright © 2001 by Scholastic • All rights reserved.

True or False? Name That Word! Game Board Page 2 Dear Educator, Teachers know and experts agree that the only way for children to master sight words—those high frequency, often non-decodable words essential to reading fluency—is through practice. With 100 Words Kids Need to Read, we are pleased to offer a tool to help you provide that practice in an engaging, effective format. We created the three books in this series—for first, second, and third graders—with the guidance of literacy experts and classroom teachers.

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