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Lesson 2 Vocabulary Activity: Target Words in Context

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Lesson 2 Vocabulary Activity: Target Words in Context

A. Page with Max chasing the dog.

“Mischief is naughty things.”

“What is mischief?” (naughty things)

“One night Max wore his wolf suit and made mischief on one kind and another, he did many naughty things.”
B. Page with Max landing at the place where the wild things are.

“Terrible is very bad.”

“What is terrible?” (very bad)

“They roared their terrible roars, their very bad roars.”

C. First of three picture pages without text.

“Rumpus is wild play.”

“What is rumpus?” (wild play)

“Let the rumpus, the wild play, start!”

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