Journal questions and definitions about "narrator" in literature.

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Today’s word card was dirk. On yourVocabulary Word Cards worksheet, you’ll need to fill out the syllable breaks, definition, part of speech (i.e. noun, verb, adjective, etc.) and sentence portion of your word card, but you are welcome to copy today’s drawing from one of your classmates’ word card worksheets.

We continued reading Treasure Island today. If you need time to catch up on the pages you missed, there’s usually time for that on Mondays when we go to the library as a class. Meanwhile, do you remember how to make up a missing reading sticker? Just read your library book at home and ask your parent to sign your agenda stating that you did so (under that day’s date). Show this to Mrs. Webmaster, and she’ll give you a sticker for the day you missed.

Today’s journal writing prompt was Take a look at the map at the front of the book and describe what you see there. Remember, you need to copy the whole writing prompt onto your reading log and fill out all the lines provided, with your response. Thanks!

Don’t forget that book report forms will be collected tomorrow!

You should ask Mrs. Webmaster if we turned in our sticker sheets, reading logs, or word cards today.

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About Chelly Wood

I am a school librarian with an English degree, and I like to write books. My literary agent is Elizabeth Kracht of Kimberley Cameron & Associates.

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