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The Boy Who Didn't Believe in Spring

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									The Boy Who Didn’t Believe
         in Spring
       Word Knowledge
    Grade 3, Unit 2-Lesson 1
Line 1: hollered whispered grinned          frowned
Line 2: vacant        empty      bare
Line 3: streetlight   playground      tiptoe
Line 4: spiky    cottony smelly       slivery
Line 5: unbelievable       undecorated untied
     uneaten unoccupied
Line 6: started apartments       dark car air
Sentence 1: Tony stopped and made believe his
  sneaker as untied to see what King was going
  to do.
Sentence 2: “Well, come on, man,” King
  whispered, and they stared down the street.
Sentence 3: Just after the friends passed some
 apartments, they came to a vacant lot.
Sentence 4: An indigo car is a dark blue color.
Line 1: hollered whispered grinned          frowned
Line 2: vacant        empty      bare
Line 3: streetlight   playground      tiptoe
Line 4: spiky    cottony smelly       slivery
Line 5: unbelievable       undecorated untied
     uneaten unoccupied
Line 6: started apartments       dark car air
Sentence 1: Tony stopped and made believe his
  sneaker as untied to see what King was going
  to do.
Sentence 2: “Well, come on, man,” King
  whispered, and they stared down the street.
Sentence 3: Just after the friends passed some
 apartments, they came to a vacant lot.
Sentence 4: An indigo car is a dark blue color.
Line 1: hollered whispered grinned          frowned
Line 2: vacant        empty      bare
Line 3: streetlight   playground      tiptoe
Line 4: spiky    cottony smelly       slivery
Line 5: unbelievable       undecorated untied
     uneaten unoccupied
Line 6: started apartments       dark car air
Sentence 1: Tony stopped and made believe his
  sneaker as untied to see what King was going
  to do.
Sentence 2: “Well, come on, man,” King
  whispered, and they stared down the street.
Sentence 3: Just after the friends passed some
 apartments, they came to a vacant lot.
Sentence 4: An indigo car is a dark blue color.
Line 1: hollered whispered grinned          frowned
Line 2: vacant        empty      bare
Line 3: streetlight   playground      tiptoe
Line 4: spiky    cottony smelly       slivery
Line 5: unbelievable       undecorated untied
     uneaten unoccupied
Line 6: started apartments       dark car air
Sentence 1: Tony stopped and made believe his
  sneaker as untied to see what King was going
  to do.
Sentence 2: “Well, come on, man,” King
  whispered, and they stared down the street.
Sentence 3: Just after the friends passed some
 apartments, they came to a vacant lot.
Sentence 4: An indigo car is a dark blue color.
Line 1: hollered whispered grinned          frowned
Line 2: vacant        empty      bare
Line 3: streetlight   playground      tiptoe
Line 4: spiky    cottony smelly       slivery
Line 5: unbelievable       undecorated untied
     uneaten unoccupied
Line 6: started apartments       dark car air
Sentence 1: Tony stopped and made believe his
  sneaker as untied to see what King was going
  to do.
Sentence 2: “Well, come on, man,” King
  whispered, and they stared down the street.
Sentence 3: Just after the friends passed some
 apartments, they came to a vacant lot.
Sentence 4: An indigo car is a dark blue color.
Line 1: hollered whispered grinned          frowned
Line 2: vacant        empty      bare
Line 3: streetlight   playground      tiptoe
Line 4: spiky    cottony smelly       slivery
Line 5: unbelievable       undecorated untied
     uneaten unoccupied
Line 6: started apartments       dark car air
Sentence 1: Tony stopped and made believe his
  sneaker as untied to see what King was going
  to do.
Sentence 2: “Well, come on, man,” King
  whispered, and they stared down the street.
Sentence 3: Just after the friends passed some
 apartments, they came to a vacant lot.
Sentence 4: An indigo car is a dark blue color.
Line 1: hollered whispered grinned          frowned
Line 2: vacant        empty      bare
Line 3: streetlight   playground      tiptoe
Line 4: spiky    cottony smelly       slivery
Line 5: unbelievable       undecorated untied
     uneaten unoccupied
Line 6: started apartments       dark car air
Sentence 1: Tony stopped and made believe his
  sneaker as untied to see what King was going
  to do.
Sentence 2: “Well, come on, man,” King
  whispered, and they stared down the street.
Sentence 3: Just after the friends passed some
 apartments, they came to a vacant lot.
Sentence 4: An indigo car is a dark blue color.

								
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