FABLE Argued They argued about who should do

FABLE Argued They argued about who should do

FABLE Argued They argued about who should do the chores. The brothers argued about who was taller and stronger. Challenged

Charmander challenged Pikachu to a fight. I challenge you to a tennis match. Remove The model removed her coat while she walked.

Blew The wind blew the little girls umbrella away. I blew on the flower, and its petals came off. Gusts Gusts of wind blew 100 kilometers per hour.

Wrapped She is wrapped up in the jacket. The scarf is wrapped around her neck. Exhaust ed I was

exhausted from studying all night. Shone The sun shone from behind the moon. Vocabulary Practice! Worksheet #1 Answers

g - argued b - challenged h - remove f - blew a - gusts c - wrapped e - exhausted d - shone Worksheet #2 Answers

1. Who are the three main characters? 2. What is the man wearing? Blew strong gusts of air at him 4. What did the sun do to the man?

A jacket 3. What did the wind do to the man? The sun, the wind, and the man Gently shone light on him 5. Who won the challenge?

The sun Put the Pictures in Order - Answers 1 2 3

4 5 6 Match the Pictures with Text - Answers

1 1. The wind and the sun argued one day over which one was stronger. 2. Seeing a man walking on the road, they challenged each other to see which one

could remove the jacket from the man the fastest. 3. The wind started. He blew gusts of air so strong that the man could not walk. But the man wrapped his jacket around him tightly. 2 3 Match the Pictures with Text - Answers

4 5 6 4. The wind blew harder and harder, and the harder the

wind blew, the tighter the man wrapped his jacket around him. The wind blew until he was exhausted, but he could not remove the jacket from the man. 5. Next was the suns turn. He gently shone his light on the man. 6. The sun did very little, but

quietly shone on the man until the man became so warm that he took off his jacket and sat under a tree to rest. Worksheet #5 Answers The wind blew gusts of air so strong that the man could not walk. But the man wrapped his jacket around him tightly. The wind blew harder and harder, and the harder the wind blew, the tighter the man wrapped his jacket around him. The wind blew until he was exhausted, but he couldnt remove the jacket from the man. The sun gently shone his light on the man. The sun did very little, but quietly shone on the man until

the man became so warm that he removed his jacket and sat under a tree to rest. Gentle or Strong? Situation 1: Asking the girl/guy you like to be your Valentine. Situation 2: Getting your younger sibling to eat all of his/her vegetables.

Situation 3: Telling your friend to not ride his/ her bike at night. Situation 4: Telling your classmate to finish tonights homework.

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