Spelling List and Bible Memory for 1/28-2/1
Since we have had another 10 weeks of learning a new set of vocabulary words, we will be reviewing these words and assessing on how we use these vocabulary words. We have a Bible Memory verse, below.
1. Previously (adv.) - happening before.
Example: "Previously, I ordered the strawberry ice cream, but this time I will order the chocolate ice cream.
2. Frequently (adv.) - Happening often.
Example: "I frequently go to the dentist to get my teeth checked."
3. Assumption (verb) - the belief that something is true.
Example: "I made the assumption that you would want lemonade because it is your favorite."
4. Annual (adj.) - occurring once per year.
Example: "Every fall the 4th graders go on the annual camping trip.
5. Indicate (verb) - to point out.
Example: "Please indicate if you would like orange or apple juice."
6. Flexible (adj.) - easily changed.
Example: "I am flexible and don't mind if I need to change my schedule."
7. Recent (adj.) - A time that was not long ago.
Example: "I was very pleased with my most recent test score."
8. Peculiar (adj.)- Different from the usual or norm.
Example: "My grandma drives a peculiar car that has fish painted all over the car. "
9. Mob (noun) - A large rowdy crowd.
Example: "The mob of shoppers crowded into the store to find good bargains."
10. Contemplate (verb)- to consider with careful thought.
Example: "Take time to contemplate the text before choosing your
Bible Memory Verse:
1 Samuel 16:7b
"I do not look at the things people look at. Man looks at how someone appears on the outside. But I look at what is in the heart."
Spelling List and Bible Memory for 1/22-1/25
1. mob (noun) : a large rowdy crowd.
- A mob of eager shoppers formed when the store had a big sale.
2. contemplate (verb) : To consider with careful thought.
- The student stopped to contemplate what the next step for the long division word problem was.
Spelling List for 1/14 - 1/18
1. Recent (adjective): a time that was not long ago.
example sentence: -A recent newspaper article reported on the devastating typhoon.
-When you make a passport, you need to bring a recent picture of yourself.
2. Peculiar (adjective): different from the usual or normal.
example sentence: -My grandma was wearing a very peculiar hat to the party.
-My dog was acting very peculiar- he normally doesn't bark a lot, but today he would not stop barking!
Spelling List and Bible Memory for 1/7 - 1/11
1. Indicate (verb) : to point out
"Please circle the right word to indicate which is the correct answer," said the teacher.
"A thunder will indicate that a storm is coming."
2. Flexible (adjective) : easily changed
"My sister is very flexible because she used to do gymnastics"
"I am very flexible because I don't mind if we need to change our picnic plans if it rains today."