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Thanksgiving Vocabulary

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Students will practice identifying adverbs and how to use them correctly in conversations and when completing sentences.
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Thanksgiving day vocabulary. Celebrating Thanksgiving in America. Review all the vocabulary associated with celebrating Thanksgiving.
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7 minutes 30 seconds
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Grammar practice
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Intermediate (B1)
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This resource is intended for:Elementary schoolers, High schoolers
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1. Fill the gap.
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Learnabout thanksgiving today.
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this is a light that can be carried or hung up to help people see when it's dark.
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ilove going to the farm to see the turkeys.
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Help a turkey, fly, stay warm and disguise themselves.
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is the turkey's beak.
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a parade is a group of people who marchto celebrate something like thanksgiving a balloon.
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many people have to carry each balloon because they'reheavy.
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your favorite characters are on the giant balloons being carried in the parade.
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people canride on floats during a parade, a sign.
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you can find tall buildings that are closein a city.
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… the bread you can put a basket of bread on the table for your friends and family to enjoy's a place setting.
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when we put the napkin, fork, knife, spoon and plate on the table, it's called a place setting.
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… find the link in the description, thanks for joining our thanksgiving fun.
Samdav is from/lives in United States and has been a member of iSLCollective since 2016-10-27. Samdav last logged in on 2022-08-19, and has shared 6 resources on iSLCollective so far.
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