INTEGRATED UNITS #14G:

VOCABULARY  DEVELOPMENT

FOR  PRE-SCHOOL  STORY BOOKS

 

FROM:       Froggy Goes To The Doctor

                   By Jonathan London

 

Actions

 

Shouted

Tapped

Stood-up

Glared

Kidding

Smiled

Dressed

Leap frogged

Waving

Hurray

Crawled

Flopped

Groaned

Hopped

Brush

Worried

Bounced

Tickles

Scooted

Fell

Sit up

Sit still

Circled

Measured

Unbuttoned

Whined

Giggled

Smells

Forgot

Stood up

Rubbed

Feel

Cold

Pressed

Grabbed

 

Furniture  / house words

 

Table

Chair

Bench

Floor

Pillowcase

Safety pin

Light

 

Places

 

Waiting room

Beside

Closer

“smack in the eye”

 

Food

Cereal

Lollipop

 

Colors

 

Red

Green

Gold

 

Toys

 

Paper airplane

Star

Describing words

 

Tall

Down

Soon

 

Feelings

 

Fine

 

Clothes

 

Underwear / underpants

Paper gown

Shoes

Socks

Shirt

Pants

Diapers

 

Parts of the body

 

Muscle

Tummy

Eyes

Mouth

Breath

Back

Knee

Foot

Chin

Face

Forehead

 

People

 

Froggy

Doctor

Principal

Mama

Froglina

 

Time words

 

Once

Twice

Quickly

 

 


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