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For the Week of April 17th 

Continue to study commas

For the Week of April 10th

We will begin to study the proper use of commas.

Click the pictures below for a quick video on commas.

commas captain cluck

commas

For the Week of Marth 27th

We will work on writing and identifying adjectives, nouns, and verbs in our writing.

For the Week of March 20th

We will continue working with adjectives.  We will also do writing activities where we incorporate as many adjectives as we can and identify them.  

For the Week of March 13th

We will continue to work on identifying adjectives in sentences and using them to enhance our writing and verbal communication.

For the Week Of March 6th

We will introduce adjectives.

adjectives

 

For the week of Feb. 27th

We will focus on past tense verbs.

 

For the week of Feb. 13th and Feb. 20th

We will focus on subject- verb agreement.

 

For the week of Jan. 9th - Feb. 6th
Verbs

A verb tells about what a person or thing can do.
EXAMPLES:
1. The girl can run fast.
2. The bird landed on the tree.

Click Picture Verbs
 

 
VERB -
What is a verb?
A verb is an action word that tells what the noun is doing
examples - (run, hop, skip, swing, play, read, write, eat)

verbs
 
Pronouns
For the week of Jan. 2, 2017, we will review What is a Pronoun.

 

pronouns

Beginning the week of 10/24/2016, students will begin to understand the meaning of a plural noun. 

plural nouns

We are introducing nouns and understanding that nouns can be a person, place, or thing.  Students are practicing picking out nouns in sentences.

Click Picture   Nouns

nouns

We are focusing on what a sentence needs to be complete.  Students are learning the 5 important rules a sentence must meet to be complete. Ask your child about the sentence jingle!

Complete sentence

1- Must have a subject
2- Must have a verb
3- Must make sense
4- Must begin with a capital letter
5- Must have ending punctuation

 

 

For the week of 08/8/2016, we will review the differences between a letter, a word, and a sentence. 

 

 

 

 

 
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