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William’s House Written by: Ginger Howard Illustrated By: Larry Day Skill: Draw Conclusions Genre: William’s House Written by: Ginger Howard Illustrated By: Larry Day Skill: Draw Conclusions Genre: Historical Fiction Author’s Purpose: Inform

Words to Know • barrels • cellar • clearing • pegs • spoil • Words to Know • barrels • cellar • clearing • pegs • spoil • steep

More Words to Know • fashioned • halt • succotash More Words to Know • fashioned • halt • succotash

barrels containers with round, flat tops and bottoms and sides that curve out slightly barrels containers with round, flat tops and bottoms and sides that curve out slightly

cellar an underground room or rooms cellar an underground room or rooms

clearing an open space of line in a forest clearing an open space of line in a forest

pegs pins or small bolts of wood or metal used to fasten parts together pegs pins or small bolts of wood or metal used to fasten parts together

spoil to become bad or not good to eat spoil to become bad or not good to eat

steep having a sharp slope; almost straight up and down steep having a sharp slope; almost straight up and down

The workers dumped the salt into containers called barrels. The workers dumped the salt into containers called barrels.

The workers dumped the salt into containers called barrels. The workers dumped the salt into containers called barrels.

I had trouble walking up the steep mountain. I had trouble walking up the steep mountain.

I had trouble walking up the steep mountain I had trouble walking up the steep mountain

Aunt Joan and Uncle Perry hung their coats on the pegs by the door. Aunt Joan and Uncle Perry hung their coats on the pegs by the door.

Aunt Joan and Uncle Perry hung their coats on the pegs by the door. Aunt Joan and Uncle Perry hung their coats on the pegs by the door.

He kept food in the cellar where it would stay cold. He kept food in the cellar where it would stay cold.

He kept food in the cellar where it would stay cold. He kept food in the cellar where it would stay cold.

If you leave milk out of the fridge all night it will spoil. If you leave milk out of the fridge all night it will spoil.

If you leave milk out of the fridge all night it will spoil. If you leave milk out of the fridge all night it will spoil.

Our log house stood alone in the clearing of the forest. Our log house stood alone in the clearing of the forest.

Our log house stood alone in the clearing of the forest. Our log house stood alone in the clearing of the forest.

Let’s review our words. Watch carefully because they will flash on the screen for Let’s review our words. Watch carefully because they will flash on the screen for just a moment. We will clap as we spell the word.

barrels barrels

cellar cellar

clearing clearing

pegs pegs

spoil spoil

steep steep

Spelling Words Spelling Words

Review Questions p 256 -260 1. Where does the story take place? 2. How Review Questions p 256 -260 1. Where does the story take place? 2. How can you tell that William knows about building? 3. What bad thing almost happened because of the hot summer heat? 4. Why were the strong winds a bad thing for William’s family?

Review Questions p 261 -265 1. Why did the roof almost catch fire? 2. Review Questions p 261 -265 1. Why did the roof almost catch fire? 2. How did William fix the roof so it wouldn’t cave in? 3. What did William do to help his family fight the cold weather? 4. William wanted his home to be like his father's. Why did William change his home?

GREAT JOB! GREAT JOB!