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  1. By David McPhall

  2. Vocabulary for "The Puddle" By David McPhail

  3. Meet Author and Illustrator: David McPhail • David McPhailis a popular author and illustrator of many books, including Edward and the Pirates and Andrew's Bath. He lives in Newburyport, Massachusetts. • He grew up by the sea. He likes to put animal characters in his stories. • He believes that each day is an adventure and each book is a new beginning.

  4. Genre – Fiction In fiction, there can be a mix of realistic and make-believe parts. • Look for: • Ways the story is like real life • Things that could not happen in real life. Story Summary:A boy sets out to sail his boat in a puddle and is joined by a frog, a turtle, an alligator, a pig, and an elephant.

  5. Pop Quiz Q. What does the author do? A. He or she writes the stories. Q. What does the illustrator do? A. He or she draws the pictures.

  6. Glossary Time • Put your reading book on your desk. • Open your book to the glossary.(The glossary is on page 263 in the back of your reading book.) • When you see the word “Glossary,” get ready to find the word.

  7. Angry angry angry - feeling or showing anger A Glossary Word The ox and bear are angry because they forgot their homework. 2

  8. Nearly nearly A Glossary Word nearly - almost It is nearly time for summer vacation. 1

  9. Okay okay A Glossary Word okay - all right Their moms said it was okay to take their balls to Sports Night at the school. 3

  10. Sorry sorry sorry - feeling sad about something A Glossary Word Lorie is sorry now that she stayed up so late last night. 4

  11. Vocabulary Review • Say the words. • Read the sentences. • Fill in the blank.

  12. Mom said it was _________ to play in the puddles. angry okay sorry nearly

  13. This teacher is ________ because she has homework on the weekend. sorry nearly angry okay

  14. Quack was _______ that he didn’t study for his spelling test. okay sorry nearly angry

  15. sorry nearly angry okay It is _______ time to go home.

  16. Review the Vocabulary Words • angry - feeling or showing anger • nearly - almost • okay - all right • sorry - feeling sad about something

  17. nearly__ okay __ sorry __ angry __ Match the words to its meaning. • - feeling or showing anger • - almost • - all right • - feeling sad about something B C D A

  18. Say the Sight Words angry sorry largest steer course thirsty nearly okay allowed offered different really

  19. New words in the story: “The Puddle” listen floated teatime join allowed steered right crash laughed thought alligator waiting really course worry splashed gonna shouted animal dried puddle could dressed sail fiction find along beside away wouldn’t

  20. Word Power • I’m feeling angry. That frog nearly sank my boat? He said he was sorry. I said it was okay. I will not let him take my boat again.

  21. Enjoy your story. The End Anne Miller

  22. Web Links You should be able to click on these sites and go to them by pointing and clicking. • Reading Skills • Test Tutor • What Will Bella Wear? • Decoding- Long  Vowels /i/igh; /a/ai, ay; /oo/u-e- BBC igh Poem  and Activities • - BBC ai Poem and Activities • BBC ay Poem and Activities • ge or dge 1 • ge or dge 2 • Vocabulary Practice: • The Puddle 1 • The Puddle 2 • Decodable Words - Inflections ed, ing - ed and ing Practice

  23. Fun links for “The Puddle” • Puddle-Jumping Frog Activity • Toot & Puddle - Home • Toot & Puddle - Games • A to Z Kids Stuff | Weather Activities • Weather-Related Activities at EnchantedLearning.com • How to Make a Puddle Cake • Pickle the PigSave Piga story • The Frog Princesa story