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14 resources with the keyterm building language arts

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Elisabeth Hasselbeck: Camouflage

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Elisabeth Hasselbeck demonstrates camouflage. She has a frog friend to help her show the word camouflage. She couldn't find her frog because he was blending in with the background.
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Chad Pennington: Prepared

For Teachers Pre-K - K
What does the word prepared mean? Football pro chad Pennington defines prepared and shows viewers what he is prepared to do. He always has a crayon, mittens, and a football helmet with him so he'll be prepared to color, make a snowball,...
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Conan O'brien: Dog

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Conan O'Brian really likes the word dog. He shows his audience three dog pictures. He also tells the name of each dog and barks.
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Elmo And Whale: Love

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Winston the beluga whale helps Elmo show us the word LOVE. When Elmo asks Winston the whale what love is, he gives Elmo a kiss.
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Christina Applegate: Booth

For Teachers Pre-K - K
What is a booth? Christina and Elmo get in a booth to define the word booth. They give examples of different types of booths.
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Debra Messing: Nature

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Debra tells all about the word nature. They will learn that things found outside and not made by people are part of nature. Even rocks are part of nature.
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Eva Longoria: Exquisite

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Eva Longoria shows us the word exquisite. She says the word and then shares some exquisite items to help define the term.
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Debi Mazar: Humongous

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Humongous is a wonderful word. Debi and a humongous dragon define the word. Children can use the word humongous when they see something that they think is really, really big.
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Chris O'donnell: Activate

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Chris tells children that activate means to start or turn on. When he tries to activate a robot with his remote control, he accidentally activates a CD player, an alarm system, and the sprinklers. This video provides both a clear...
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Colin Farrell: Investigate

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Here is a great definition of the word, investigate. Elmo and Colin investigate the word investigate. With a little foot work they find out the word they need to define.
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Greg Kinnear: Machine

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Greg tells us about the word machine. He has a hard time explaining the word until a friendly robot defines the word. After he knows what the word means, Greg show all of the things he has that could be considered a machine
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Anna Faris: Gem

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Anna and Elmo explain the word, gem. A prince continually interrupts in order to bring Anna diamonds, emeralds, and rubies. When Anna starts to define the word gem she realizes that the prince has been bringing her gems the whole time.
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Amy Poehler: Challenge

For Teachers Pre-K - K
Elmo and Amy explain how exciting the word challenge can be. First Amy defines the word then attempts to complete a challenge that turns out to be too challenging. However when Elmo thinks up an easier challenge Amy tries and tries until...
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David Beckham: Persistent

For Students Pre-K - K
David defines the word persistent. As an example of the word, Elmo interrupts several times, persistently asking David to play ball with him.