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                Flag of the day: Page 15 – Massachusetts


Discussion/Focus Word(s):


American Indian (NOT a person from India)

The Indian is holding an arrow in his left hand and bow in his right hand.


Word of the Day Level II: Fragile – frag·ile – [fraj-uh l] – /ˈfrædʒ əl/

                                 [British fraj-ahyl] – /ˈfrædʒ aɪl/

Discussion: What is fragile and what things can be fragile?


Review – English Textbook Level One – Page 45: Beginning Sounds Ll and Jj (Pictures)


Lulu – (Capital L because LULU is a name) – Lulu (Kennedy-Cairns)

Lick – [lik] – /lɪk/ – Verb

to pass the tongue over the surface of, as to moisten, taste, or eat:

to lick a postage stamp; to lick an ice-cream cone.

Jilly – (Capital J because JILLY is a name) – (Jillian Michaels)


Jolly – [jol-ee] – /ˈdʒɒli/ –  Adjective, jol·li·er, jol·li·est.

cheerfully festive or convivial: a jolly party.

joyous; happy: Christmas is a jolly season.


Jilly is a nickname / pet name, short for Jillian / Jill, explain this to the students.

Such as Mike is short for Michael, Jenny is short for Jennifer, Angel is short Angelica.

Pet Names/Nicknames are such as teacher calling a student MONKEY.



  1. Have the students read the mini-stories for letter Ll and Jj.
  2. Other words that begin with Ll and Jj, should be written in their textbook.


Words that begin with Ll
Lamp Listen Leg Lad Lesson
Love Lick Like Lock Log
Look Lake Lady Laid Laugh
Lean Land Last Long Lollipop
Words that begin with Jj
June January July Just Jump
Jacket Juice Jeep Jenny Jewel
Jabber Joke Jack Jiggle Join
Jog Jesse Joy Jolly Jell



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