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  1. Unit 2 week 3 Day 5 Prudy’s problem

  2. GRAMMAR

  3. leaves park She dropped Daily Fix-It Julie collected some pretty leafs at the Park. she droped them in the middel of her room. middle

  4. Grammar • Simple sentence • A simple sentence has a subject and verb • Many people visit Florida and Tennessee. • Compound sentence • A compound sentence has two sentences joined together with a comma before the words and, but or or. • My brother went to the zoo, but he did not have fun.

  5. Grammar subject • The subject of the sentence tells who or what the sentence is about. • My car and truck ran out of gas yesterday. • predicate • The predicate of the sentences tells what the subject is doing. • My grandparents came to visit last week.

  6. Grammar noun • names a person, place, thing, animal or idea • adjectives • describes a noun • sparkle colorful sharp dull

  7. Grammar verb • A verb is an action word. It shows action. • talk scream hit skip • sentence • A sentence is a complete thought. It begins with a capital letter and ends with a punctuation mark. All sentences must have a subject and predicate. They must make sense.

  8. Grammar • common nouns • names any person, place, thing, animal or idea. • ice twig girl leaves boy dog city

  9. Grammar • proper noun • Names a particular person, place, thing, animal or idea. • Proper nouns begin with a capital letter. • In proper nouns of more than one word, the first word and each important word are capitalized. The names of days, months, and holidays are proper nouns. • United States New Zealand July Pacific Ocean • Antarctica Washington Statue of Liberty

  10. Grammar • singular nouns • It names one person, place, thing or animal. • ice twig girl leave boy dog city

  11. Grammar • plural nouns • It names more than one person, place, thing or animal. • leaves socks boys dogs

  12. Grammar • plural nouns • A plural noun names more than one person, place, thing, animal or idea. Most nouns add –s or –es to form the plural.

  13. Grammar • irregular plural nouns • An irregular plural noun has a special form for the plural.

  14. Grammar • irregular plural nous nouns • The singular noun, mouse, does not add –s or-es to form the plural. Instead it has a special form: mice. • leaves socks boys dogs

  15. What is the plural of child? children

  16. What is the plural of deer? deer

  17. What is the plural of foot? feet

  18. What is the plural of goose? geese

  19. What is the plural of leaf? leaves

  20. What is the plural of life? lives

  21. What is the plural of man? men

  22. What is the plural of mouse? mice

  23. What is the plural of ox? oxen

  24. What is the plural of sheep? sheep

  25. What is the plural of ? sheep

  26. What is the plural of woman? women

  27. What is the plural of tooth? teeth

  28. Spelling Words

  29. Spelling Words • sunglasses

  30. Spelling Words • football

  31. Spelling Words • homework

  32. Spelling Words • haircut

  33. Spelling Words • popcorn

  34. Spelling Words • railroad

  35. Spelling Words • snowstorm

  36. Spelling Words • earring

  37. Spelling Words • scarecrow

  38. Spelling Words • blueberry

  39. Spelling Words • butterflies

  40. Spelling Words • lawnmower

  41. Spelling Words • campground

  42. Spelling Words • sandbox

  43. Spelling Words • toothbrush

  44. Spelling Words • thumbtack

  45. Spelling Words • earthquake

  46. Spelling Words • scrapbook

  47. Spelling Words • courthouse

  48. Spelling Words • whirlpool

  49. Reading Time