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"Grab your shovels and pails!

We're going to the beach for a clam dig.

Clam on the bus," calls Counselor Chloe.

Climb on the bus!" calls Counselor Chloe.


"Look ahead!" shouts Sid.

"There is the tunnel. sound the horn."

"There's a tunnel. Sound the horn!"

The children chant to the tunnel.

The children chant through the tunnel.

"We're going clamming, clamming today. HOOLAY!"

"We're going clamming, clamming today. HOORAY!"


"I bet! I know birth to one the see the ways," says Bread.

"I bet I'm the first one to see the waves," says Bret.

"Don't be to sure." says Yari.

"Don't be too sure," says Yari.

"I'm taller."

The kids clam the next to see the ways.

The kids crane their necks to see the waves.


"Waves!" cries Effie. "I saw them first!"

"Please stay seated," calls Counselor Chloe.

The children clap their hands and cheer.

"We're here!"


"Look at the clouds in the sky," whispers Willa.

"OUCH!" shouts Yari. "That crab got me!"

"Look at the big crab clam," says Bread.

"Look at the big crab claw," says Bret.


"Come on, campers. Look for a clam hole to know where to dig," says Counselor Chloe.

"Look for a dimple, a donut, or a keyhole."


"Dig straight down. Full up this sand to look for a clam," says Counselor Chloe.

"Dig straight down. Pull up the sand to look for a clam," says Counselor Chloe.

"Start clamming, children"


"I got one!" yells Willa.

"Mine just got away!" shouts Yari.

"I'm clothes to a clam, wait! I could it," shouts Bread.

"I'm close to a clam. Wait! I caught it!" shouts Bret.


"Bet clamming was crazy fun," says Yari.

"That clamming was crazy fun," says Yari.

"Yes, but my clothes while I'm meth," says Effie.

"Yes, but my clothes are a mess," says Effie.

"Who cares?" replies Yari.

"We can clean up by camp."

"We can clean up at camp."


clam (KLAM): A clam is a small shellfish that has two closed shells.

clap (KLAP): When you clap, you hit the palms of your hands together.

claw (KLAW): A claw is the sharp, curved nail on the foot of a crab.

clothes (KLOHZ): Clothes are the things you wear to cover your body.

clouds (KLOUDZ): Clouds are the white, puffy masses you see in the sky.

crab (KRAB): A crab is a small creature that lives in the water that has a hard shell and eight legs.


grab (ɡræb): to take or hold someone or something with your had suddenly, firmly, or roughly

shovel (ˈʃʌvl): a tool with a long handle and a broad blade with curved edges, used for moving earth, snow, sand, etc.

pail (peɪl): an open container with a handle, used for carrying or holding liquids, sand, etc. = bucket (ˈbʌkət)

crane (kreɪn): a tall machine with a long arm, used to lift and move building materials and other heavy objects

dimple (ˈdɪmpl): a small hollow place in the skin, especially in the face

mess (mes): a dirty or untidy state


palm (pɑːm): the inner surface of the hand between the wrist and the fingers

puffy (ˈpʌfi): looking swollen

swollen (ˈswəʊlən): larger than normal, especially as a result of a disease or an injury

mass (mæs): a large amount of a substance that does not have a definite shape or form



모르는 단어가 많으니까 읽기도 힘들고 읽어도 의미 파악이 안 된다.

의미 파악이 안 되다 보니 들어도 잘 들리지 않는다.

그러다 보니 받아쓰기도 많이 틀렸다.

일단 단어를 어느 정도 알면 문장의 의미 파악이라도 될 텐데...

책을 읽어도 그림과 같이 보면서 이해하면 되는데 초등학교 3단계인데 그림 보고 의미 파악이 안 되는 것도 꽤 많다.


이렇게 공부하는 게 맞나 싶다.

애니메이션 보면서 일본어를 하나하나 배우듯이 차라리 영상을 보면서 듣고 공부하는 게 더 낫으려나?

다시 방향을 잃을 것 같은 느낌이다.

일단 시작은 했으니 초등학교 3단계 책은 다 읽고 받아쓰기하도록 노력하자.

이것도 반복하다 보면 나아지겠지...



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