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symphony of whales

power point for the story- symphony of whales
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vocabulary power point Symphony of Whales by Steve Schuch ill. by Wendell Minor chipped blizzards anxiously symphony Can you remember
the melody after I
sing the tune? Students go shopping for school supplies at the beginning of each school year. In Antarctica there are blizzards every day. The violin player was ready to perform the symphony. The men chipped at the wood using an ax. What did Glashka hear inside her head?
How did the sea give life to Glashka’s village?
What did Glashka and her parents do to check the dogs??
What did the dogs find in the sea?
Who did Glashka’s mother think could help?
Who came to help chip back the edges of the ice? Review Questions p.360-365 Spelling Words channel supplies melody bay surrounded 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. It would be a hard task to swim the length of a channel. John and Sue were surrounded by ants. John and Sue were surrounded by ants. Jason could see the boats in the bay from his window. In Antarctica there are blizzards every day. Ted waited anxiously for his test to be graded. The men chipped at the wood using an ax. chipped
to cut or break off a thin piece of something bay
a part of a sea or lake surrounded by land GREAT JOB! How did the people help the whales from being hungry?
Why were the whales afraid of the ship?
Why couldn’t the ship stay another day?
What types of music did they play to get the whales to follow the ship?
What music finally helped the whales follow the ship to safety? Review Questions p.366-373 Can you remember the melody after I sing the tune? It would be a hard task to swim the length of a channel. Students go shopping for school supplies at the beginning of each school year. Jason could see the boats in the bay from his window. Ted waited anxiously for his test to be graded. The violin player was ready to perform the symphony. symphony
a long, complicated musical composition for an orchestra surrounded
shut in on all sides; encircled; enclosed supplies
the food and equipment necessary for an army exercise, camping trip, and so on melody
a pleasing or easily remembered series of musical notes; tune
channel
a body of water joining two larger bodies of water anxiously
uneasily; with fear of what might happen neighboring
waterproof
yelping More Words to Know By: Steve Schuch
Genre:Fiction
Skill:Generalize
Author’s Purpose: A Symphony of Whales anxiously
bay
blizzard
channel
chipped
melody
supplies
surrounded
symphony Say It! blizzards
blinding snowstorms with very strong, cold winds Arctic villages Tundra in winter Arctic tundra Arctic ice Arctic circle Symphony of Whales Ice breaker Arctic people Beluga Whales Arctic animals Symphony of Whales
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