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2 This product provides weekly practice of language and grammar skills in a spiral review format that promotes mastery. Common Core Standards: L.4.1, L.4.2, L.4.3, L.4.4, L.4.5, L.4.6 Included in the Weekly Language Review : Grammar: Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs, Pronouns, Prepositions, Conjunctions Common & Proper, Singular & Plural Nouns, Past, Present, & Future Tense Verbs, Linking & Helping Verbs Types of Sentences: (Declarative, Interrogative, Imperative, Exclamatory) Subjects & Predicates (Simple & Complete), Fragment and Complete Sentences Proofreading sentences: Noun/Verb Agreement, Dialogue ~ Quotation Marks Capitalization & Punctuation ~ Rules for Commas, Friendly Letter Writing Alphabetical order, contractions, spelling patterns Vocabulary Development: Antonyms, Synonyms, Homophones, Analogies, Multiple Meaning Word, Prefixes, Suffixes, Greek & Latin root words, Base (root) words Reference Materials & Parts of a Book: atlas, almanac, dictionary, thesaurus, phone book, preface, table of contents, glossary, index, appendix, bibliography Figurative Language: idioms, similes, metaphors, hyperboles, personification, alliteration, onomatopoeia Created by: Joanne Warner Visit my website:

3 Note to Teachers: I created this product out of frustration with students not mastering the same language arts skills year after year. After teaching second grade for 16 years and moving to fourth grade, I noticed that students struggled to retain skills taught in previous years and even skills taught earlier in the semester. Most reading/language arts series introduce a new grammar/language skills every 2 weeks with little or no spiral review until the next school year. After creating and using this product in my classroom, I had my first Ah Hah! moment when 2 of my students said. Subjects and Predicts are easy!. Learning a new skill and successfully transferring that knowledge to long term memory requires a great deal of repetition. This product provides many opportunities for review. I used this product daily in my classroom as morning work. I projected the page on the dry erase board and went over the answers with my class Monday Thursday. We used the adopted language skill pages from our reading series as well. This took about 30 minutes of our language arts block. The rest of our language arts block was devoted to 6 Traits mini-lessons and writing time. I have included many opportunities for students to improve their vocabulary by looking up words in the dictionary or thesaurus. I wrote a grant for electronic dictionaries, so my students would want to look up all the new words they encounter in text and/or to improve their word choice by using the thesaurus button on the same device. Created by: Joanne Warner Visit my website:

4 Week #1 Underline the subject once and the predicate twice. The dangerous tiger devoured the prey. Circle the adjectives. The slimy, green frog jumped into the cold, muddy pond. Circle all the nouns. leap pond frog send girl cute Bob catch city net green Correct this sentence. Tony ran to the pond and caught frogs fish and turtles. Choose the correct verb in parenthesis. ( ) Emily and Sophia to the beach to swim. (go, went, gone) Write the base (root) word for each word. restate unwind disapprove What is the meaning of the following idiom? They are like two peas in a pod. Where would you look to find the definition of a word? dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, almanac, phone book Write a synonym for the following word. annoying Write an antonym for the following word. dangerous What type of sentence? Where is my pencil? Singular or plural noun? turtles a. singular b. plural Past, present, or future tense verb? The boy is catching the frogs and turtles. Circle the correct verb. We (was, were) eating tacos with friends. Where would you look to find a good synonym for a word? dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, almanac, phone book Put the following words in ABC order. Correct this sentence. Replace the nouns with pronouns. Write a homophone for each word below. Circle the cause and underline the effect. fruit frolic fork flock The frog (jumps, jumped) on the lily pad yesterday. Tony ran all the way to school. male hear My brother got a ticket for speeding in a school zone.

5 Day 1 Week #2 Which of the following words is an adjective? a. lizard b. owl c. slimy d. flying Correct the following sentence. I need to buy milk eggs cheese and bread at the store today. Underline the subject once and the predicate twice. The large, brown owl flew over the barn. Circle all the nouns in this sentence. The turtle swam in the pond and rested on the rock last Sunday. Give an example of a common and proper noun. Common Proper Circle the words with prefixes. reread funny prepay landed dislodge spin Are the words clever and intelligent synonyms or antonyms? Write a word that rhymes with sound. Write the root or base word for the following. annoying disloyal unharmed What do you think the underlined word means? (use context clues) I screamed in terror during the movie because it was petrifying. Circle the cause and underline the effect. The tornado winds blew the roof off our house. Which word would be on the same dictionary page as the guide words: tore toward? tentacle tomorrow torment taken Which reference book would you use to find the rivers in Europe? dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, almanac, phone book Which homophone is correct? to, two, too We want to go to the movies,? Complete Sentence or Fragment (incomplete)? Launched the space shuttle yesterday. Which homophone is correct? there their they re van needs to be repaired. What is the plural form of half? What is the meaning of the following idiom? We bit off more than we could chew. Circle the words that are proper nouns and should be capitalized. owl joe mall teacher pond lincoln florida What type of sentence? Stop following me.

6 Week #3 is an antonym for quiet. a. quit b. silent c. loud Circle the verbs. buy star seed flower swim nice run swiftly Put an X on each adjective. round starfish yellow seed nice hop gopher Circle the synonym pair. rock stone quick running answer - question Circle the correct punctuation mark for an imperative sentence.!?. Mark an X on the misspelled words. Circle the correct contraction for will not. Write the prefixes for the following: Choose the correct plural of puppy. Underline the words that have the f sound. families familyes babyies babies a) willn t b) won t c) woen t a) replay b) disobey c) unfounded a) puppys b) puppyes c) puppies phone phrase rough elevate cough thought What type of sentence? Go clean your room. Circle and correct the proper nouns. day friday easter mr. smith summer library main street Underline the subject. The cute hedgehog is hiding underground. Fill in the blank. We will a new car this weekend. by bye buy Where would you look to find a map of the world? dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, almanac, phone book Put the following words in ABC order. Circle the cause and underline the effect. Replace the nouns with pronouns. Correct the sentence. Choose the correct verb. think thunder thought that The car stopped running because it ran out of gas. The teacher found the marker. Rex eat a hot dog. My older brother (went, gone) to the movies.

7 Week #4 Which of the following words is not an adjective? Correct the following sentence Circle the subject and underline the predicate. Circle the synonym pair. Choose the correct ending punctuation. a. cute b. old c. puppy d. hundred They don t got no words to explain it. The pink flamingo waded into the water. jumping swirl bought purchase puppy kitten Why are you late for school.!? Put an X on the misspelled words. friend becasue said thay caught gril Circle the correct contraction for does not. a) don t b) dosen t c) doesn t Where would you look to find weather information for farmers? dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, almanac, phone book Write the prefixes for the following: a) resend b) dislocate c) misfortune Write an antonym for the following word. bumpy What type of sentence? My engine is ruined! egg: nest :: : garage. The listing of all resources used for a report is called: preface, table of contents, bibliography, appendix, or index Which homophone goes in the blank. there, their, they re bikes all have flat tires. What is the meaning of this idiom? The cat s got his tongue. Put the following words in ABC order. Circle the cause and underline the effect. Replace the nouns with pronouns. Write a homophone for each word below. Circle the correct verb. quarter quick quiver quaint The shooting star lit up the sky. Tim hid the money under the girl s hat. pear pale My sister will (swim, swam) in the lake this afternoon.

8 Week #5 A declarative sentence is a statement. Bubble the declarative sentence. Where is the party? Go to sleep. I got a new game. Circle the plural nouns. geese child parties mice bushes bus monkey pencils Bubble the sentences that are future tense. My party will be next month at the park. We ate the cupcakes and ice cream. We will have a great time at the pool. Replace the underlined word with the correct verb. We eats cupcakes for dessert. My parents be nice to me. Underline the complete predicate and circle the simple predicate. My friends bought presents for me. Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. We ate pizza breadsticks cupcakes and ice cream at my party. What is the meaning of the underlined word? He was ecstatic to receive the award for athlete of the year. Circle the pronoun that should replace the underlined word. We bought a new video game for Steven. he them him us Underline the complete subject and circle the simple subject. The lucky, golden ticket was found by Charlie. short: tall :: : heavy. Circle the proper nouns in the sentence below. Mrs. Hall was born in Nashville, Tennessee on November 12, What is the meaning of this idiom? He s like a fish out of water. Write the base words (root words) for each. pretest disconnect Circle the two guide words that would be at the top of the dictionary page for the word: disconnect a) destroy detest b) dictate dictionary c) disc - distance Bubble if the word is a noun, verb, adjective, or adverb. rapidly verb adjective adverb Bubble the complete sentences. With a swirly cloud of frosting on top. He jumped for joy! Joey shouted, Yahoo!

9 Week #6 An imperative sentence is a command. Bubble the imperative sentence. The game starts at 7:00. Who plays against us? Meet me at the game. Circle the plural nouns. helmet players coaches field ball points children sports Write P for present, F for future, and PT for past tense. Shawn was tackled on the 10 yard line. IU will play Purdue tonight. They are winning by 20 points. Replace the underlined word with the correct verb. Michael Jordan be the best player of all time. Is you watching the half-time show? Underline the complete predicate and circle the simple predicate. The quarterback ran the ball in for a touchdown. Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. Peyton Manning said I will always remember my time as a Colt s quarterback. What is the meaning of the underlined word? The team needed consoling after the disappointing loss. Circle the pronoun that should replace the underlined word. The players loved playing the championship game in the stadium. he them they we Underline the complete subject and circle the simple subject. The victorious team celebrated their win. microscope: science :: calculator:. Circle the proper nouns in the sentence below. Michael Jordan was a basketball player for the Chicago, Bulls. What is the meaning of this idiom? That cost an arm and a leg. Put the following words in alphabetical order. players field coach punt,,, Circle the two guide words that would be at the top of the dictionary page for the word: quarterback a) quarter quintuplet b) quaint quantity c) quill - quiz Bubble if the word is a verb, adjective, or adverb. rebounding verb adjective adverb Write F for fragment and S for sentence. The big, slobbery bulldog. He stomped. I wandered over to see them. Jumped in the pool.

10 Week #7 An interrogative sentence asks a question. Bubble the interrogative sentence. The game is over at 9:00. Who went to the game? Let s go out for pizza. Circle the plural nouns. pizza feet bushes classes mountain bus cherries test Write P for present, F for future, and PT for past tense. The pizza is delicious. The ice cream will melt. Tom went to the museum. Replace the underlined word with the correct verb. Is you doing well today? Thursday be the math test. Underline the complete predicate. Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. What is the meaning of the underlined word? Circle the pronoun that should replace the underlined word. My second grade teacher smiled all the time. My mom said get you backpack and head to the bus stop The test was horrendous since I forgot to study. Timothy studied for his science test last night, so he aced it. she them he we Circle the complete subject. My cute and cuddly dog slept on my bed all night. humid: rainforest :: dry:. Circle the proper nouns in the sentence below. Michelle Obama and Nancy Reagan lived in the White House in Washington, D.C. is the following sentence? My backpack weighs a million pounds. simile, metaphor, Simple sentence (SS) or compound sentence (CS)? My brothers went to the lake to fish, but I stayed home with mom. Which of the following words are transition words? a) understand b) next c) standard d) then Bubble if the word is a verb, adjective, or adverb. round verb adjective adverb Write F for fragment and S for sentence. The freaky, weird bird. Kids rolled. I ate a delicious apple. Randy answered.

11 Week #8 An exclamatory sentence shows feelings. Bubble the exclamatory sentence. The fire is destroying it! Who was that visitor? Get your coat. Make the following nouns plural. monkey baby bush Write P for present, F for future, and PT for past tense. The baby will probably cry. They caught the fish. The puppies are eating breakfast. Replace the underlined word with the correct verb. You was a great basketball player. We was best friends in third grade. Underline the complete predicate. The clown fish swam in the aquarium all day. Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. Mr. Johnson said take out your pencils and complete your morning work Write a synonym for each word. said beautiful jump Write (F) Fact or (O) Opinion. He is the best player on the team. The girl has blond hair. The movie was hilarious. Circle the complete subject. Ocean fish must live in salt water aquariums. fish: aquarium :: horse:. Circle the proper nouns in the sentence below. Dallas, Miami, Chicago, and Indianapolis are all cities in the United States. is the following sentence? The wind kissed my cheek. simile, metaphor, Simple sentence (SS) or compound sentence (CS)? My brothers and sisters went with me to McDonalds last night. Which of the following words are a transition words? a) compare b) after c) first d) thought Bubble if the word is a noun, verb, or adverb. capture noun verb adverb Write F for fragment and S for sentence. Funny, magical animals. Dogs barking. Tigers are native to India. Growing big cats.

12 Week #9 Date Check the exclamatory sentence. Check the interrogative sentence. Check the imperative sentence. Check the declarative sentence. Some spiders are poisonous. Run for your life! Monkeys live in jungles. What are those kids doing? Where are your shoes? Clean up your room. Why are you yelling? The kitten laps up the milk. Don t touch the screen. The bus ride is annoying. Do your homework. Give your best effort. I love chocolate cupcakes! When is dinner time? That movie was amazing! What a beautiful sight! Underline the complete predicate. The twinkling stars were shooting across the night sky. Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. The music teacher ordered a drum saxophone flute and trumpet for our classroom. What is the meaning of the underlined word? The ferocious lion scared the tourist. Write (F) Fact or (O) Opinion. We are so awesome. Tom is 16 years old. Circle the complete subject. Circle the common nouns in the sentence below. The playful dolphins were entertaining the people. car: road :: train:. A penguin eats krill, fish, and squid in the Southern Ocean. They are like two peas in a pod. simile, metaphor, Simple sentence (SS) or compound sentence (CS)? Which of the following words are a transition words? Check if the word is a noun, verb, or adverb. Write F for fragment and S for sentence. Whales and dolphins are both mammals that live in the ocean. a) finally b) never c) forever d) later awkwardly noun verb adverb Cute, cuddly penguins. Waddling penguins. The penguins ate. Penguins love fish.

13 Day 1 Week #10 Check the exclamatory sentence. Where do frogs lay eggs? Go jump in a lake. What a perfect day! The boy found a frog. Put an X on all the verbs. is leaping and was had laughing lake catch eggs do jar pond over jumping Make the following singular nouns plural. life half leaf Circle the better word choice for the underlined word. The president said that he would veto the bill if it passed Congress. replied yelled declared Underline the complete predicate. The president wrote a new bill to present to Congress. Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. The principal announced the winners of the art writing and reading contest. What is the meaning of the underlined word? The maniac driver was weaving in and out of traffic. Write (F) Fact or (O) Opinion. Presidents are smart. Presidents must be at least 35 years of age. Circle the complete subject. Circle the common nouns in the sentence below. The furry ferret curled up in the bed. cub: bear :: fawn:. A boy and girl longed for King Edward and Princess Fiona to rescue them from the dragon. The king was a bear. simile, metaphor, Simple sentence (SS) or compound sentence (CS)? Which of the following words are compound words? Check if the word is a noun, verb, or adverb. Write F for fragment and S for sentence. The princess was trapped in the tower, until the prince rescued her from the fiery dragon. a) fabulous b) football c) probably d) bookmark princess noun verb adverb Big hints were dropped. The princess warned me. The adorable dragon. Dragons breathe fire.

14 Week #11 Check the interrogative sentence. When is she coming over? Eat all of your vegetables. You re driving me crazy! Frogs hop on lily pads. Put an X on all the pronouns. are and he got them do she me sit boy they you swim us we shoe it is Check the future tense sentence. The boy was chasing the frog around the pond. The boy will capture the flies to feed his frog. The boy is so excited. Circle the better word choice for the underlined word. The boy went to the pond to find frogs and turtles. departed traveled moved Underline the complete predicate. The turtle climbed on the log to sun itself. Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. The principal stated you better get back to class right away. What is the meaning of the underlined word? The pelting rain and hail destroyed the roof. Circle the correct homophone. The young kid ate (to, two, too) much candy. Circle the simple subject & underline the complete subject. Circle the proper nouns in the sentence below. The tiny, box turtle was left on the side of the road. chick: penguin :: calf:. A boy and girl longed for King Edward and Princess Fiona to rescue them from the dragon. He laughed his head off. simile, metaphor, Simple sentence (SS) or compound sentence (CS)? Which of the following words are compound words? Check if the word is a adjective, verb, or adverb. Circle the correct homophone. The boys are playing soccer and basketball. a) snowman b) fabulous c) portable d) rainbow feathery verb adverb adjective (Their, There, They re) my best friends in the whole world.

15 Week #12 Check the imperative sentence. Why are you so sleepy? He is super strong! Clean out your desk. Owls are birds of prey. Make the following singular nouns plural. story elf library Check the sentence that is in the present tense. The owl was hooting all night. The owl will sleep all day tomorrow. The owl is flying overhead. Circle the better word choice for the underlined word. The owl ate the mouse for dinner. gobbled nibbled consumed Underline the complete predicate. Our librarian, Mrs. Diego, ordered new books about owls for the library. Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. Have you read any good books lately asked Mrs. Diego What is the meaning of the underlined word? The animal devoured his prey. Circle the correctly spelled word. The mother bird calls her (babys, babies) chicks. Circle the simple subject & underline the complete subject. Circle the proper nouns in the sentence below. The huge, barn owl swooped down and snatched the tiny mouse for dinner. day: diurnal :: night: Matilda and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory are books both written by Roald Dahl. The sun smiled down on me that day. simile, metaphor, Simple sentence (SS) or compound sentence (CS)? Which of the following words are compound words? Check if the word is a noun, verb, or adjective. Circle the correct homophone. Owls and eagles are birds of prey, and they are also classified as carnivores. a) victoriously b) moonlight c) grasshopper d) wondrous feather noun verb adjective I ate the (hole, whole) pizza for dinner last night.

16 Week #13 What type of sentence? Where are my keys? Simple or compound sentence? The space shuttle rocketed into outer space and circled the planet. a. simple sentence b. compound sentence Punctuate the follow sentences. The pencil needs sharpened Who do you think you are Go empty the trash What a beautiful sunset Circle the correct verb. The stars (is, are) shining so brightly tonight. Underline the complete predicate. Mr. Smith will not be at school today because he is going to a math meeting. Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. Can we go to Olive Garden tonight the children asked Circle the better word choice for the underlined word. Tim ran out the door in a hurry. skipped bolted frolicked Circle the correctly spelled word. The children love reading (stories, stories) before they go to bed at night. Simple or compound subject? The moon and stars are so beautiful tonight. a. simple or b. compound sleepy: lethargic:: energetic: Circle the common nouns in the sentence below. My mom and dad told me to pick up my toys, shoes, books, and then go make my bed. That test was a piece of cake. simile, metaphor, Simple sentence (SS) or compound sentence (CS)? Bull dogs and dachshunds are both small dogs. Put the following words in alphabetical order. alleviate annoying android Circle the adjectives in the following sentence. The colorful, noisy parrot flew over the beautiful rainforest. Common (C) or proper noun (P)? carrot Cooper Travis

17 Week #14 What type of sentence? What is the plural form of: Past, present, of future tense? Circle the correct verb. Practice your math facts tonight. child fox family We will be visiting grandpa this weekend. The boys (was, were) playing football in the backyard. Circle the simple predicate. Mom cooked my favorite meal last night. Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. My favorite candies are Snickers Milky Way Sweet Tarts Reese s and Rolos What is the meaning of the underlined word? The terrapin is the mascot for the University of Maryland. Replace the noun with a pronoun. The children went trick or treating for Halloween. Circle the simple subject and underline the simple predicate. The exhausted player collapsed on the bench after the game. transparent: opaque:: bright: Common (C) or proper (P) nouns? Mallory Dallas kitchen He was as mad as a volcano. simile, metaphor, Simple sentence (SS) or compound sentence (CS)? Which guide words would you find at the top the page for: terrapin Circle the adjectives in the following sentence. Write the following as contractions. The football and basketball players were working out after school. transfer - travel tangle tattle terrace - terrify My wise and generous grandma always knows the perfect thing to say. I am we have you are

18 Week #15 What type of sentence? What type of sentence? What an amazing performance! We are climbing up the mountain. Terri sang a solo last night. The mountain is covered in snow. Correct the following sentence. Mom said you should always try your best Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. My dad likes to play football basketball and golf What is the meaning of the underlined word? My meager allowance was earned each month for my chores. Replace the noun with a pronoun. My parents were on a business trip last week. Fragment (F) or Sentence (S). The lucky duck swam. Troublesome toddlers. bow: front:: stern: Common (C) or proper (P) nouns? Victor daughter Bradford computer I m so hungry I could eat a horse. simile, metaphor, Underline the subject once and the predicate twice. Which guide words would you find at the top the page for: aquarium Circle the adverbs in the following sentence. The football player was injured on the fifty yard line. avenger - average aquamarine - acquire above - across My friendly neighbor walked quickly and awkwardly down the driveway. Tim took tons of tools to make toys for tots. alliteration, onomatopoeia

19 Week #16 What type of sentence? What type of sentence? Thomas Jefferson was our countries third president. The generous neighbor shared their candy with our family. Who was George Rogers Clark? We saw the turkey waddling rapidly away from the farmer. Correct the following sentence. I know said the teacher you are going to master your facts The denotative meaning of a word is the dictionary definition. The connotative meaning is the positive or negative emotional meaning. What is the meaning of the underlined word? Ruth Lilly made many contributions to our state. Replace the noun with a pronoun. My parents and I went to the museum this past weekend. mouse small rodent connotative or denotative Common (C) or proper (P) nouns? Chug, Chug, Chug the old train rumbled down the tracks. alliteration, onomatopoeia warm: incubator :: cold: Fairbanks daisy beaver I m so hungry I could eat a horse. simile, metaphor, Underline the subject once and the predicate twice. Which guide words would you find at the top the page for: frantic Circle the adjectives in the following sentence. Combine the two sentences into one complete sentence. Lewis and Clark were exploring our country with Sacajawea. fabulous - factual front- furniture fraction - fraternity My cranky, old neighbor yelled at our cute, adorable, brown puppy. Einstein was a scientist. Newton was a scientist.

20 Week #17 What type of sentence? What type of sentence? What will my goals be next year? The immense universe will never be fully explored. Organize your desk today. The airplane began to ascend toward the clouds. Correct the following sentence. I would love to go with you I replied but I better go home The connotative meaning is the positive or negative emotional meaning. runt scrawny one negative or positive connotation What is the meaning of the underlined word? The airplane began to ascend. Replace the noun with a pronoun. My parents went with Tom and Susie to dinner. Circle the simple subject and underline the simple predicate. He could have knocked me over with a feather. alliteration, onomatopoeia thaw: freeze :: mess: The elated girl skipped around the yard today. She s as blind as a bat. simile, metaphor, Underline the complete subject once and the complete predicate twice. The adorable kitten chased the toy mouse around our house. What is the meaning of the following idiom? The teacher told us to zip our lips. Simple or compound sentence? My teacher and principal will be at the awards ceremony, and they will present my medal for perfect attendance. Combine the two sentences into one complete sentence. Tommy is funny. Tommy is obnoxious.

21 Week #18 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. What a beautiful sunset The vast universe will never be fully explored. What type of sentence? Add punctuation. The rocket landed on the moon The solar energy heated the house. Correct the following sentence. Tomorrow the date will be Tuesday January The connotative meaning is the positive or negative emotional meaning. fondly my grandmother negative or positive connotation What is the meaning of the underlined word? The vast universe will never be fully explored. Write the correct pronoun for the blank. I or me My grandma and will go out to dinner. fondly means: Circle the simple subject and underline the simple predicate. Aunt Annie s apple pie is amazing. alliteration, onomatopoeia bird: feather :: fish: The apple pie baked in the oven. She is a bear today. simile, metaphor, Underline the complete subject once and the complete predicate twice. The friendly dolphin swam in the ocean currents. What is the meaning of the following idiom? The teacher was at her boiling point. Simple or compound sentence? The dolphin and sea turtle swam toward the seashore to see the mermaid. Combine the two sentences into one complete sentence. The dolphin is playful. The otter is playful.

22 Week #19 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. The alligator ate the lizard Correct the following sentence. On february we will celebrate valentine s day The alligator swallowed the lizard in one bite. Write the denotative meaning for: native: What type of sentence? Add punctuation. Where are iguanas native to in our world What is the meaning of the underlined word? The frilled lizard is native to deserts of Australia. An iguana is native to the Galapagos Islands. Write the correct pronoun for the blank. we or us My best friend traveled with to Florida. Where would you look to find a map of the Galapagos Island? The day seemed to last 100 years. alliteration, onomatopoeia furious: irritated :: elated: dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, almanac, phone book The gloves hugged his hands. simile, metaphor, Underline the complete subject once and the complete predicate twice. What is the meaning of the following idiom? The listing of all the book s chapters can be found in the: Combine the two sentences into one complete sentence. The friendly dolphin swam in the ocean currents. The kids kept monkeying around. preface, table of contents, bibliography, appendix, glossary, or index The lizard doesn t have eyelids. The lizard has a tail that can regrow.

23 Week #20 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. Give your brother part of your cupcake The frivolous mistake cost our company thousands of dollars. Use context clues to determine the meaning of the underlined word. My principal was flabbergasted with the 1 st graders behavior. flabbergasted: Circle the cause and underline the effect. My family moved to Chicago because my dad s job relocated him. Correct the following sentence. what is your favorite book inquired the librarian The connotative meaning is the positive or negative emotional meaning. slave: positive or negative What is the meaning of the underlined word? The thrifty customer bought every item on sale that day. Write the correct pronoun for the blank. I or me They are going to the movies with. Where would you look to find a good synonym for the word: hot? Write F for fragment and S for sentence. Crackle, snap, pop, good morning. alliteration, onomatopoeia loose: tight :: push: dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, almanac, phone book Courageous astronauts. Astronauts floated. The stars twinkled. Shooting comets. Circle the simple subject and the underline simple predicate. The astronauts floating in the space shuttle. What is the meaning of the following idiom? He s like a bull in a china shop. The introduction to a book s focus or purpose is called a: preface, table of contents, bibliography, appendix, or index Write (F) Fact or (O) Opinion. He is the best player on the team. The girl has blond hair.

24 Week #21 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. Why are you stalling The venomous snake can cause serious consequences. Use context clues to determine the meaning of the underlined word. The ideas were merged together to create a workable solution. merged: Circle the cause and underline the effect. The blizzard caused school to be closed for 4 days. Because of the blizzard, we had to go to school 4 more days in June. Correct the following sentence. The denotative meaning of the following word: What is the meaning of the underlined word? Underline the nouns in the following sentence. wear is my math book slender: The frivolous mistake caused our company to reorder all new parts. Turtles, snails, and crabs all have a shell on their backs. Silly Sally sat by the seashore. alliteration, onomatopoeia chicken: egg :: tree: What reference book would help you find the meaning of the word frivolous? dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, almanac, phone book Put the following words into alphabetical order. devour destroy demeanor departure Circle the complete subject and the underline complete predicate. The adventurous boy climbed to the top of the mountain. Fill in the circle where you find a mistake in the sentence. Me and my cousins are going to the mall this weekend. The list a reference materials used to create the book or research paper is called a: preface, table of contents, glossary, bibliography, appendix, or index Write (F) Fact or (O) Opinion. Slavery is a terrible thing. Lincoln was the 16 th president.

25 Week #22 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. The garden flourished in the spring The baby was flourishing in the new home. Use context clues to determine the meaning of the underlined word. The boy kept taunting his little brother and made him cry. taunting: Circle the correct verb in each sentence. They (is, are) going to lunch. My family (was, were) the best recyclers in the neighborhood. Correct the following sentence. Circle all the synonyms for the following word: Circle the spelling mistakes in the following sentence. Underline the adjectives in the following sentence. their are many different kinds of lizards flourished grew found blossomed prospered shrank thrived The to kids went too there grandma s house over vacation. The small, gray mouse nibbled on the yellow cheese. Where would you find a synonym for the word jubilant? Write F for fragment and S for sentence. I was so thirsty I could drink all the water in the faucet. alliteration, onomatopoeia large: enormous :: ask: dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, almanac, phone book Steven and I. Wonderful days are ahead. The venomous snake. Snakes have venom. Circle the complete subject and the underline complete predicate. Two small boys frowned at the peculiar visitor. Circle the better word choice for the underlined word. The happy girl frolicked in the park all afternoon with her puppy. delighted good pleased A list of charts, maps, & examples, (found in the back of a reference book) is called: preface, table of contents, bibliography, appendix, or index The Greek word part micro means small and scope means see. Use the Greek word part meanings to help write a definition for microscope.

26 Week #23 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. Our guide accompanies us Replace the underlined words with the correct pronoun. Tim and I will depart tomorrow to Dallas, Texas. The brown grass was begging for water. alliteration, onomatopoeia The hummingbird was hovering above the flower. Circle the multiple meaning word that makes sense in both sentences. The blue sky is cool. The feather is weight. ice heavy light cloudy happy: jubilant :: mad: Use context clues to determine the meaning of the underlined word. The clothing store s merchandise included tops, pants, and hats. merchandise: Make each noun possessive. child boy Mike Give the comparative and superlative form of the adjective. dark light Correct the run-on sentence. My alarm didn t go off I missed the bus. Underline the adverbs in the following sentence. The hummingbird beats its wings rapidly and continuously. How many syllables are in the following words? abruptly contribute experiences huddle Circle the simple subject and the underline simple predicate. The hovering hummingbird beats his wings rapidly. Fill in the circle where you find a mistake in the sentence. We are going to there house for dinner next Friday. A list of title chapter and page number (in the front of a book) is called: preface, table of contents, bibliography, appendix, or index The Greek word part bio- means life and -graph means write. Use the Greek word part meanings to help write a definition for biography.

27 Week #24 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. That was a huge surprise The train departed from the station. Circle the words that rhyme with ship. Correct the run-on sentence. chip dip deck shape lip I got to school I raced up to the door. shop sip whip shrimp Replace the underlined words with the correct pronoun. The neighbors went out to dinner with Susan and Tom. Circle the multiple meaning word that makes sense in both sentences. The waiter gave us our. The duck s had a fish in it. check bill food feet Make each singular noun plural. goose cherry quiz Underline the common nouns and circle the proper nouns in the following sentence. Susan and Tom collected shells, rocks, marbles, and leaves for their nature project. Give the comparative and superlative form of the adjective. How many syllables are in the following words? The man was a grizzly bear. simile, metaphor laugh: chuckle:: weep: long short coincidence obedience evidence scientific Underline the prepositions in the following sentences. The boy hopped on the couch and laughed at the movie. Fill in the circle where you find a mistake in the sentence. She and I will deliver the movie to our friends house. The author s focus of the book or introduction to his readers is called: preface, table of contents, bibliography, appendix, or index The Greek word part bio- means life and logy means study of. Use the Greek word part meanings to help write a definition for biology

28 Week #25 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. Where are my binoculars The old-fashioned candy shop had the most delicious candy. Circle the linking verbs in the following sentences. The monster is adorable. A new candy was available. The warheads are very sour. Correct the run-on sentence. The sky was cloudy it wasn t raining. Spell the past tense form of the verb in parenthesis ( ). Jacob (carry) the saxophone case. Circle the multiple meaning word that makes sense in both sentences. The swam in the pond. under the low sign. cute swim duck fish Make each singular noun plural. leaf life bus Underline the common nouns and circle the proper nouns in the following sentence. Charlie the Chocolate Factory is a book about a boy name Charlie who wins a golden ticket to visit the local chocolate factory. She has a heart of gold. simile, metaphor listen: ear:: vision: Correct the friendly letter. April Dear Grandpa Will you please send me an airplane ticket I want to come stay with you this summer love Tommy How many syllables are in the following words? collaborate congruent proclamation encouragement Underline the prepositions and circle the object of the preposition. Charlie gave his ticket to Mr. Wonka at the entrance to the chocolate factory. Circle the adjectives and cross out the nouns below. chocolate delicious candy factory noisy young clever Choose the correct word in parentheses to complete the sentence. No one has (never, ever) seen a leprechaun or a fairy godmother. The Greek word part bio- means life and auto- means self. Use the Greek word part meanings to help write a definition for autobiography.

29 Week #26 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. Follow all the directions Take the bull by the horns. Circle the helping verbs in the following sentences. He has eaten at home this week. She can help you with your work. The farmer is planting the crops. Correct the run-on sentence. I was so excited it was amazing we couldn t believe our eyes. Spell the past tense form of the verb in parenthesis ( ). Jill (hurry) to the bus stop. Circle the multiple meaning word that makes sense in both sentences. The wrist is silver. I will my baby brother. check band play watch Write the abbreviation for each. Doctor Mister Street Underline the complete subject. The enormous alligator attacked the helpless manatee. She s as snug as a bug in a rug. simile, metaphor cochlea: ear:: lens: Correct the friendly letter. june Dear Trevor Ask your mom if you can spend the night we can watch movies and play your friend Tommy Circle the article adjectives. The hungry boy ate an apple and a bagel for breakfast. Underline the prepositions and circle the object of the preposition. The generous man donated money for our science project at school. Circle the conjunction and correct the sentence. I would like to perform on stage but i have stage fright Choose the correct word in parentheses to complete the sentence. We didn t have (no, any) money to pay for the movie tickets. The Greek word part demo- means people and crac- means rule. Use the Greek word part meanings to help write a definition for democracy.

30 Week #27 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. Wash the windows The brown gooey mud squished through my feet. Circle the helping verbs and underline the main verb in the each sentences. Susan is jumping rope outside. Tim was learning to skateboard. We are hoping for warm weather. Write the past tense of each verb. call carry say write Spell the past tense form of the verb in parenthesis ( ). Carl (catch) the fish. Circle the multiple meaning word that makes sense in both sentences. We put our bags in the. The elephant is his nose. back trunk car feet Write the abbreviation for each. January Friday Avenue Underline the complete predicate. Grant was learning how to surf during his summer vacation. It was as clean as a whistle. simile, metaphor tree: orchard:: page: Correct the friendly letter. july Dear Cameron our family is having a fireworks party would you like to come sincerely Ryan Circle the article adjectives. A helicopter is different from an airplane because the helicopter can hover. Underline the prepositions and circle the object of the preposition. The beautiful swan flew over the lake and landed in the meadow. Circle the conjunction and correct the sentence. The boys were playing basketball and they returned home feeling exhausted Choose the correct word in parentheses to complete the sentence. On your quest you shouldn t trust (no one, anyone) with the secret code. The Greek word part geo- means earth and therm- means heat. Use the Greek word part meanings to help write a definition for geothermal.

31 Week #28 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. The young girl smiled at me The sweet, elderly lady sang beautifully. Circle the linking verbs in the each sentences. Susie is hyper and sassy. Tim was smart and nerdy. We are all exhausted. Write the past tense of each verb. talk bury fly teach Write the P for Present, F for Future, and PT for Past tense. Circle the proper nouns in the sentence below. Replace the underlined nouns with the correct pronoun. Underline the simple subject. The puppy cried all night. The puppy will bark. The puppy barks a lot. Mr. Jones wants to visit Ireland and Italy this summer. Donna is busy planting the new flowers in the garden. David and Tommy played Guitar Hero last weekend. The cute, baby ducklings waddled after their mother. Not in a million years would I tell your secret. simile, metaphor tree: bark:: fish: Correct the friendly letter. may Dear mom can we go to florida over spring break this year i will be a good son your son matthew Circle the adjectives and underline the nouns. The adorable puppy licked the cute, little girl. Underline the prepositions and circle the object of the preposition. The adorable puppy barked at the mailman every day. Circle the conjunction and correct the sentence. The girl ate the strawberry sundae but she didn t share a single drop with her brother Correct the following sentence. My teacher asked will you see me after class to discuss your missing work The Greek word part geo- means earth and -logy- means study. Use the Greek word part meanings to help write a definition for geology.

32 Week #29 Which word comes from the Greek word part logos, meaning word? a. locate b. log c. lodge d. logo The hound dog charged after the tiny squirrel swiftly. Circle the synonym for the following word. independence a. indifferent b freedom c. dependent Write the plural form of each word. box family fly boy Spell the past tense form of the verb in parenthesis ( ). Circle the antonym for the following word: Circle the meaning for the following prefixes: mis- and pre-. Underline the simple predicate. Carly (try) to win the race. dishonest a. trustworthy b. disobey c. disguise Example: mislead, misfire a. only b. before c. wrongly Example: preview, precede a. only b. before c. wrongly The hound dog charged after the squirrel. The leaves danced across my yard. simile, metaphor frantic: tranquil :: opaque: Correct the following sentence. meet me at the pond yelled Rex and bring your net Fill in the blanks with the correct spelling of their, there, and they re. Tom and Sue are walking dog. Go over and wait your turn. going to the game. Underline the prepositions and circle the object of the preposition. The adorable puppy barked at the mailman every day. Write the homophone for the following words. write whole soar Combine the following sentence. My brother collected shells. My sister collected shells. Fill in the blanks with the correct spelling of to, two, and too. Brent went the video store. Brent played video games. I ve played those games, said Al.

33 Day 1 Week #30 Which sentence has the adjective underlined? Which pronoun could replace the underlined word? Circle the synonym for the following word. Which sentence has the adverb underlined? a. She is a witty person. b. My dad repairs car engines. c. The peculiar man wouldn t talk. d. The star shines brightly. Have you seen my parents? a. they b. we c. them d. us embarrassed a. entered b complained c. humiliated a. She is a witty person. b. My dad repairs car engines. c. The peculiar man wouldn t talk. d. The star shines brightly. Write the P for Present, F for Future, and PT for Past tense. Circle the antonym for the following word: Circle the meaning for the following suffixes: -less and -or. Underline the common nouns. Leo will bring dessert. Leo brought the dessert. Leo is bringing the dessert. scattered a. dispersed b. collected c. scurried Example: careless, motionless a. only b. little c. without Example: actor, sailor a. little b. a person who c. able The camel spit on the tourist and blinked repeatedly to remove the sand from his eyes. Which parts of a book would you find at the beginning of a book? Fill in the blanks with the correct spelling of you re or your. She was as proud as a peacock. simile, metaphor smirk: smile :: scowl: bibliography, table of contents, preface, index, appendix, glossary Did you walk dog? going to the movie. Underline the prepositions and circle the object of the preposition. For dinner we ate pizza from our favorite restaurant. Write the homophone for the following words. bare pear plain Which of the following types of writing would be a response to literature? a. a research report b. a letter to a friend c. a book review d. a short story Which sentence has the verb underlined? a. She laughed at my jokes. b. He talks with an accent. c. The peculiar man wouldn t talk. d. The star shines brightly.

34 Week #31 Circle the adverbs and underline the verbs in each sentence. Which pronoun could replace the underlined word? Circle the synonym for the following word. Circle the adjectives and underline the nouns in each sentence. a. Tim behaved badly for his mom. b. The rain fell gently on the roof. c. The time rushed by quickly. d. We discovered the answer yesterday. Tim and I will visit our friends. a. they b. we c. them d. us floundered a. struggled b wandered c. followed a. The furry raccoon stole our food. b. The wise, old owl hooted all night. c. My silly and annoying sister finally fell asleep. d. The athletic boy loved sports. Spell the past tense form of the verb in parenthesis ( ). Circle the antonym for the following word: Circle the meaning for the following prefixes: fore- and dis-. Underline the proper nouns. Joe (come) over to my house. arrogant a. proud b. superior c. humble Example: dislike, disobey a. none b. not c. less Example: forecast, forewarn a. before b. with c. able Reggie Miller, George Hill, Danny Granger have all played for the Indiana Pacers. Life is a dream. simile, metaphor arrogant: humble :: graceful: Which parts of a book would you find at the end of a book? bibliography, table of contents, preface, index, appendix, glossary Underline the complete subject once and underline the complete predicate twice. The retired worker vacationed in Florida every winter. Underline the prepositions and circle the object of the preposition. The octopus hid in the rocks. Write the homophone for the following words. deer flower Correct the following sentence. mr smith was born in chicago illinois on june Write F for fragment of S for sentence. a. They laughed at. b. Susan goes to the mall. c. The eerie octopus swam. d. The twinkling stars at night. peace

35 Week #32 Circle the nouns and underline the verbs in each sentence. Write the plural possessive noun for each word. Circle the synonym for the following word. Underline the prepositional phrase in each sentence. a. Levi helped his mom. b. The rain pelted our car. c. The flowers are blooming. d. Turtles and snails have shells. boys friends visitors conference a. meeting b race c. party a. The rabbit hopped over the log. b. The mouse scurried in the hole. c. The dog sat on the couch. Spell the past tense form of the verb in parenthesis ( ). Karen (think) about her decision. Circle the antonym for the following word: docile a. gentle b. obedient c. uncooperative Choose the correct verb. Please this package to the post office. a. took b. take c. tooked d. has taken Write a proper noun for each word. state country city What does the following idiom mean? While giving his speech, he looked as cool as a cucumber. fix: mend :: construct: If you were writing a report about the bald eagle, you would be writing: a. personal narrative b. persuasive writing c. expository writing d. argumentative writing Underline the complete subject once and underline the complete predicate twice. The furry rabbit was chased by the neighbor s dog. Underline the prepositions and circle the object of the preposition. The boys are with their mom. Write a synonym for the underlined word. A plethora of defensive linemen sack the quarterback. Correct the following sentence. My favorite childhood book is where the wild things are. Write S for Simple and C for Compound sentence. The boys and girls are watching their favorite movie.

36 Week #33 Circle the adverbs and underline the verbs in each sentence. Write the singular possessive noun for each word. Circle the synonym for the following word. Underline the prepositional phrase in each sentence. a. Larry ran swiftly down the hill. b. Trevor swam so strangely. c. The man spoke softly. d. You can speak to her tomorrow. cat man turtle We used the extension ladder to reach the ball on the roof. a. expandable b existence c. entry a. On the roof, we found our Frisbee. b. With my tutor, I learned math facts. c. In a few minutes, we will leave. Write the P for Present, F for Future, and PT for Past tense. Nina sees her friend. Nina saw her friend. Nina will see her friend. Circle the antonym for the following word: exceptional a. remarkable b. ordinary c. uncommon Choose the correct verb. My dad the football. a. throw b. threw c. throwed d. has threw Write the plural form of each word. mouse country city What does the following idiom mean? I m in a real pickle now. fresh: stale :: pristine: If you were writing a story about your families camping trip, you would be writing: a. personal narrative b. persuasive writing c. expository writing d. argumentative writing Circle the simple subject. The handsome, rich prince will rescue the princess from the tower. Underline the prepositions and circle the object of the preposition. In the library we must be quiet. Write an antonym for the underlined word. The fresh pastries at the bakery were. Correct the following sentence. My favorite song is america the beautiful. Insert an apostrophe where needed. The boys toys are all over his floor. All the girls toys were missing.

37 Day 1 Week #34 Underline the nouns and circle the pronouns in each sentence. Write the homophone for each word below. Circle the synonym for the following word. Underline the prepositional phrase in each sentence. a. Susan gave us the new game. b. Trevor likes his dinner. c. They are playing our song. d. You are planning your party. hare maid pore The restaurant was deserted late on a Monday night. a. detested b empty c. desperate a. By the river, I found a frog. b. For lunch, I brought a sandwich. c. We are going to the beach. Spell the past tense form of the verb in parenthesis ( ). Anna (sit) with her friends. Circle the antonym for the following word: hilarious a. humorous b. comical c. serious Choose the correct verb. The boy the Frisbee. a. caught b. catch c. catched d. catching Write the plural form of each word. man wife goose What does the following idiom mean? That cost me an arm and a leg. ocean: seashore :: river: If you were writing an essay to stop someone from smoking, you would be writing: a. personal narrative b. persuasive writing c. expository writing d. argumentative writing Circle the simple predicate. The slimy, green frog captured the fly with his long tongue. Underline the prepositions and circle the object of the preposition. Thomas sat with his friends on the bus. Write a synonym for the underlined word. Sam was bold when he spoke. Correct the following sentence. My grandpa always says I should learn from my mistakes Insert an apostrophe where needed. The teachers bag was so full with the students papers.

38 Week #35 Underline the nouns and circle the pronouns in each sentence. a. Emily and I will ride the bus to school. b. Annie plays soccer with our friends. c. My dad and mom attended the meeting with them. d. Grandma made a dress for me. Circle the synonym for the following word. The sponge absorbed the spill on the counter. a. abound b soak up c. sorted Write the homophone for each word below. brake scent weak Write the future tense form of the verb in parenthesis ( ). Circle the synonym for the following word: Circle the adjectives in each sentence. Andy (draw) a cartoon scene. saturated a. The slow and steady turtle won the race. a. satisfied b. dry c. soaked b. The giant beanstalk became a ladder for the boy. c. The ugly, green ogre scared the village people. What does the following idiom mean? Choose (good or well) to complete the sentence. Circle the complete predicate. We are all in the same boat. break: repair :: capture: There is a (good, well) chance that I will do (good, well) on the test. The foolish and overly confident rabbit will lose the race. Write D for declarative, IN for interrogative, IM for imperative, and EX for exclamatory. Where will we eat dinner? My brother will be angry with me! Don t play with your food. He wants to go to the museum. Choose the word that comes from the Latin word part bene- meaning good. a. bendable b. benefit c. beneath Insert an apostrophe where needed. The players bags were loaded onto the bus before the big game.

39 Week #36 Underline the nouns and circle the verbs in each sentence. a. Ellen and her brother built a sandcastle. b. The hermit crab crawled across the beach. c. Mom lathered sunscreen all over my back. d. The beautiful sunset captured my attention. How many syllables are in the following words? attributes generosity predicament gratitude Rewrite the words and show where the words would be divided into syllables. congratulations delighted plentiful Write the P for Present, F for Future, and PT for Past tense. Circle the synonym for the following word: Choose the sentence that shows the correct punctuation. Terri will get sunburned. Tim jumped over the sandcastle. Dad drives our van to the beach. commotion a. peace b. disturbance c. vibration a. The teacher told us, your reports will be worth 75 points. b. Your report will be fantastic said my best friend. c. Finish your research at the library, mom recommended. What does the following idiom mean? Don t count your chickens before they hatch. hypothesis: science :: estimation: Choose (good or well) to complete the sentence. We didn t sleep very (good, well) last night during the storm. Circle the complete subject. The wild, Canadian geese made a commotion when the cars drove by their nest. Write D for declarative, IN for interrogative, IM for imperative, and EX for exclamatory. We found many shells along the seashore. The whales bumped into our boat! Pick up all of your pool toys. Where did you find that beautiful shell? Choose the word that comes from the Latin word part vert- meaning to turn. a. verify b. convert c. very Circle the cause and underline the effect. My back was burnt because I fell asleep on my stomach.

40 Week #1 Answer Key Underline the subject once and the predicate twice. The dangerous tiger devoured the prey. Circle the adjectives. The slimy, green frog jumped into the cold, muddy pond. Circle all the nouns. leap pond frog send girl cute Bob catch city net green Correct this sentence. Tony ran to the pond and caught frogs, fish, and turtles. Choose the correct verb in parenthesis. ( ) Emily and Sophia to the beach to swim. (go, went, gone) Write the base (root) word for each word. state restate wind approve unwind disapprove What is the meaning of the following idiom? They are like two peas in a pod. They are very alike. Where would you look to find the definition of a word? dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, almanac, phone book Write a synonym for the following word. annoying aggravating, irritating Write an antonym for the following word. dangerous safe What type of sentence? Where is my pencil? Singular or plural noun? turtles a. singular b. plural Past, present, or future tense verb? The boy is catching the frogs and turtles. present tense Circle the correct verb. We (was, were) eating tacos with friends. Where would you look to find a good synonym for a word? dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, almanac, phone book Put the following words in ABC order. Correct this sentence. Replace the nouns with pronouns. Write a homophone for each word below. Circle the cause and underline the effect. 4 fruit frolic 3 fork 1 flock 2 The frog (jumps, jumped) on the lily pad yesterday. Tony ran all the way to school. He ran all the way to it. mail here male hear My brother got a ticket for speeding in a school zone.

41 Week #2 Answer Key Which of the following words is an adjective? a. lizard b. owl c. slimy d. flying Correct the following sentence. I need to buy milk, eggs, cheese, and bread at the store today. Underline the subject once and the predicate twice. The large, brown owl flew over the barn. Circle all the nouns in this sentence. The turtle swam in the pond and rested on the rock last Sunday. Give an example of a common and proper noun. Answers will vary. girl Common Amy Proper Circle the words with prefixes. reread funny prepay landed dislodge spin Are the words clever and intelligent synonyms or antonyms? synonym Write a word that rhymes with sound. found, hound, found, pound Write the root or base word for the following. annoy annoying loyal disloyal harm unharmed What do you think the underlined word means? (use context clues) I screamed in terror during the movie because it was petrifying. very scary Circle the cause and underline the effect. The tornado winds blew the roof off our house. Which word would be on the same dictionary page as the guide words: tore toward? tentacle tomorrow torment taken Which reference book would you use to find the rivers in Europe? dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, almanac, phone book Which homophone is correct? to, two, too We want to go to the movies,? too Complete Sentence or Fragment (incomplete)? Launched the space shuttle yesterday. Fragment Which homophone is correct? there their they re Their van needs to be repaired. What is the plural form of half? halves What is the meaning of the following idiom? We bit off more than we could chew. We are trying to do too much at once. Circle the words that are proper nouns and should be capitalized. J owl joe mall teacher pond lincoln florida L F What type of sentence? Stop following me.

42 Week #3 Answer Key is an antonym for quiet. a. quit b. silent c. loud Circle the verbs. buy star seed flower swim nice run swiftly Put an X on each adjective. round starfish yellow seed nice hop gopher Circle the synonym pair. rock stone quick running answer - question Circle the correct punctuation mark for an imperative sentence.!?. Mark an X on the misspelled words. Circle the correct contraction for will not. Write the prefixes for the following: Choose the correct plural of puppy. Underline the words that have the f sound. families familyes babyies babies a) willn t b) won t c) woen t re- a) replay b) disobey dis- c) unfounded un- a) puppys b) puppyes c) puppies phone phrase rough elevate cough thought What type of sentence? Go clean your room. Circle and correct the proper nouns. day friday easter M S F mr. smith summer M E S library main street Underline the subject. The cute hedgehog is hiding underground. Fill in the blank. We will a new car this weekend. by bye buy Where would you look to find a map of the world? dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, almanac, phone book Put the following words in ABC order. 2 think thunder 4 thought 3 that 1 Circle the cause and underline the effect. The car stopped running because it ran out of gas. Replace the nouns with pronouns. The teacher found the marker. She (or He) found it. Correct the sentence. Rex eat a hot dog. ate or eats Choose the correct verb. My older brother (went, gone) to the movies.

43 Week #4 Answer Key Which of the following words is not an adjective? a. cute b. old c. puppy d. hundred Correct the following sentence have any They don t got no words to explain it. Circle the subject and underline the predicate. The pink flamingo waded into the water. Circle the synonym pair. jumping swirl bought purchase puppy kitten Choose the correct ending punctuation. Why are you late for school.!? Put an X on the misspelled words. friend becasue said thay caught gril Circle the correct contraction for does not. a) don t b) dosen t c) doesn t Where would you look to find weather information for farmers? dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, almanac, phone book Write the prefixes for the following: re- a) resend b) dislocate dis- c) misfortune mis- Write an antonym for the following word. bumpy smooth What type of sentence? My engine is ruined! car egg: nest :: : garage. The listing of all resources used for a report is called: preface, table of contents, bibliography, appendix, or index Which homophone goes in the blank. there, their, they re Their bikes all have flat tires. What is the meaning of this idiom? The cat s got his tongue. He doesn t know what to say. Put the following words in ABC order. Circle the cause and underline the effect. Replace the nouns with pronouns. Write a homophone for each word below. Circle the correct verb. 2 quarter quick 3 quiver 4 quaint 1 The shooting star lit up the sky. Tim hid the money under the girl s hat. He hid it pair pail pear pale My sister will (swim, swam) in the lake this afternoon.

44 Week #5 Answer Key A declarative sentence is a statement. Bubble the declarative sentence. Where is the party? Go to sleep. I got a new game. Circle the plural nouns. geese child parties mice bushes bus monkey pencils Bubble the sentences that are future tense. My party will be next month at the park. We ate the cupcakes and ice cream. We will have a great time at the pool. Replace the underlined word with the correct verb. We eats cupcakes for dessert. eat or ate My parents be nice to me. are Underline the complete predicate and circle the simple predicate. My friends bought presents for me. Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. We ate pizza, breadsticks, cupcakes, and ice cream at my party. What is the meaning of the underlined word? He was ecstatic to receive the award for athlete of the year. extremely happy Circle the pronoun that should replace the underline word. We bought a new video game for Steven. he them him us Underline the complete subject and circle the simple subject. The lucky, golden ticket was found by Charlie. light short: tall :: : heavy. Circle the proper nouns in the sentence below. Mrs. Hall was born in Nashville, Tennessee on November 12, What is the meaning of this idiom? He s like a fish out of water. He was out of his comfort zone. Write the base words (root words) for each. test pretest disconnect connect Circle the two guide words that would be at the top of the dictionary page for the word: disconnect a) destroy detest b) dictate dictionary c) disc - distance Bubble if the word is a noun, verb, adjective, or adverb. rapidly verb adjective adverb Bubble the complete sentences. With a swirly cloud of frosting on top. He jumped for joy! Joey shouted, Yahoo!

45 Week #6 Answer Key An imperative sentence is a command. Bubble the imperative sentence. The game starts at 7:00. Who plays against us? Meet me at the game. Underline the complete predicate and circle the simple predicate. The quarterback ran the ball in for a touchdown. Circle the plural nouns. helmet players coaches field ball points children sports Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. Peyton Manning said, I will always remember my time as a Colt s quarterback. Write P for present, F for future, and PT for past tense. Shawn was tackled on the 10 yard line. PT IU will play Purdue tonight. F They are winning by 20 points. P What is the meaning of the underlined word? The team needed consoling after the disappointing loss. cheering up Replace the underlined word with the correct verb. Michael Jordan be the best player of all time. is Is you watching the half-time show? Are Circle the pronoun that should replace the underline word. The players loved playing the championship game in the stadium. he them they we Underline the complete subject and circle the simple subject. The victorious team celebrated their win. microscope: science :: calculator:. math Circle the proper nouns in the sentence below. Michael Jordan was a basketball player for the Chicago, Bulls. What is the meaning of this idiom? That cost an arm and a leg. That cost a lot of money. Put the following words in alphabetical order. players field coach punt coach field,, players punt, Circle the two guide words that would be at the top of the dictionary page for the word: quarterback a) quarter quintuplet b) quant quantity c) quill - quiz Bubble if the word is a verb, adjective, or adverb. rebounding verb adjective adverb Write F for fragment and S for sentence. The big, slobbery bulldog. He stomped. S I wandered over to see them. S Jumped in the pool. F F

46 Week #7 Answer Key An interrogative sentence asks a question. Bubble the interrogative sentence. The game is over at 9:00. Who went to the game? Let s go out for pizza. Circle the plural nouns. pizza feet bushes classes mountain bus cherries test Write P for present, F for future, and PT for past tense. The pizza is delicious. The ice cream will melt. F Tom went to the museum. PT P Replace the underlined word with the correct verb. Is you doing well today? Thursday be the math test. is or will be Are Underline the complete predicate. Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. What is the meaning of the underlined word? Circle the pronoun that should replace the underline word. My second grade teacher smiled all the time. My mom said, Get you backpack and head to the bus stop. The test was horrendous since I forgot to study. horrible, awful Timothy studied for his science test last night, so he aced it. she them he we Circle the complete subject. My cute and cuddly dog slept on my bed all night. humid: rainforest :: dry:. desert Circle the proper nouns in the sentence below. Michelle Obama and Nancy Reagan lived in the White House in Washington, D.C. is the following sentence? hyperbole My backpack weighs a million pounds. simile, metaphor, Simple sentence (SS) or compound sentence (CS)? My brothers went to the lake to fish, but I stayed home with mom. CS Which of the following words are transition words? a) understand b) next c) standard d) then Bubble if the word is a verb, adjective, or adverb. round verb adjective adverb Write F for fragment and S for sentence. The freaky, weird bird. Kids rolled. S I ate a delicious apple. S Randy answered. S F

47 Week #8 Answer Key An exclamatory sentence shows feels. Bubble the exclamatory sentence. The fire is destroying it! Who was that visitor? Get your coat. Make the following nouns plural. monkeys monkey babies baby bushes bush Write P for present, F for future, and PT for past tense. The baby will probably cry. They caught the fish. PT The puppies are eating breakfast. P F Replace the underlined word with the correct verb. You was a great basketball player. were We was best friends in third grade. were Underline the complete predicate. The clown fish swam in the aquarium all day. Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. Mr. Johnson said, Take out your pencils and complete your morning work. Write a synonym for each word. replied said beautiful leap gorgeous jump Write (F) Fact or (O) Opinion. He is the best player on the team. The girl has blond hair. The movie was hilarious. F O O Circle the complete subject. Ocean fish must live in salt water aquariums. fish: aquarium :: horse:. stable, barn, or corral Circle the proper nouns in the sentence below. Dallas, Miami, Chicago, and Indianapolis are all cities in the United States. is the following sentence? personification The wind kissed my cheek. simile, metaphor, Simple sentence (SS) or compound sentence (CS)? My brothers and sisters went with me to McDonalds last night. SS Which of the following words are a transition words? a) compare b) after c) first d) thought Bubble if the word is a noun, verb, or adverb. capture noun verb adverb Write F for fragment and S for sentence. Funny, magical animals. Dogs barking. S Tigers are native to India. S Growing big cats. F F

48 Week #9 Answer Key Check the exclamatory sentence. Check the interrogative sentence. Check the imperative sentence. Check the declarative sentence. Some spiders are poisonous. Run for your life! Monkeys live in jungles. What are those kids doing? Where are your shoes? Clean up your room. Why are you yelling? The kitten laps up the milk. Don t touch the screen. I love chocolate cupcakes! The bus ride is annoying. When is dinner time? Do your homework. That movie was amazing! Give your best effort. What a beautiful sight! Underline the complete predicate. The twinkling star were shooting across the night sky. Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. The music teacher ordered a drum, saxophone, flute, and trumpet for our classroom. What is the meaning of the underlined word? The ferocious lion scared the tourist. fierce Write (F) Fact or (O) Opinion. O We are so awesome. F Tom is 16 years old. Circle the complete subject. The playful dolphins were entertaining the people. tracks car: road :: train:. Circle the common nouns in the sentence below. A penguin eats krill, fish, and squid in the Southern Ocean. They are like two peas in a pod. simile, metaphor, Simple sentence (SS) or compound sentence (CS)? Whales and dolphins are both mammals that live in the ocean. SS Which of the following words are a transition words? a) finally b) never c) forever d) later Check if the word is a noun, verb, or adverb. awkwardly noun verb adverb Write F for fragment and S for sentence. Cute, cuddly penguins. Waddling penguins. F The penguins ate. S Penguins love fish. S F

49 Week #10 Check the exclamatory sentence. Put an X on all the verbs. Where do frogs lay eggs? is leaping and was had Go jump in a lake. laughing lake catch eggs Answer Key What a perfect day! The boy found a frog. do jar pond over jumping Make the following singular nouns plural. lives life halves half leaves leaf Circle the better word choice for the underlined word. The president said that he would veto the bill if it passed Congress. replied yelled declared Underline the complete predicate. The president wrote a new bill to present to Congress. Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. The principal announced the winners of the art, writing, and reading contest. What is the meaning of the underlined word? The maniac driver was weaving in and out of traffic. crazy Write (F) Fact or (O) Opinion. Presidents are smart. Presidents must be at least 35 years of age. F O Circle the complete subject. The furry ferret curled up in the bed. deer or doe cub: bear :: fawn:. Circle the common nouns in the sentence below. A boy and girl longed for King Edward and Princess Fiona to rescue them from the dragon. The king was a bear. simile, metaphor, Simple sentence (SS) or compound sentence (CS)? The princess was trapped in the tower, until the prince rescued her from the fiery dragon. CS Which of the following words are compound words? a) fabulous b) football c) probably d) bookmark Check if the word is a noun, verb, or adverb. princess noun verb adverb Write F for fragment and S for sentence. Big hints were dropped. The Princess warned me. S The adorable dragon. F Dragons breathe fire. S S

50 Week #11 Check the interrogative sentence. Put an X on all the pronouns. When is she coming over? are and he got them do Answer Key Eat all of your vegetables. she me sit boy they you You re driving me crazy! swim us we shoe it is Frogs hop on lily pads. Check the future tense sentence. The boy was chasing the frog around the pond. The boy will capture the flies to feed his frog. The boy is so excited. Circle the better word choice for the underlined word. The boy went to the pond to find frogs and turtles. departed traveled moved Underline the complete predicate. The turtle climbed on the log to sun itself. Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. The principal stated, You better get back to class right away. What is the meaning of the underlined word? The pelting rain and hail destroyed the roof. pouring Circle the correct homophone. The young kid ate (to, two, too) much candy. Circle the simple subject & underline the complete subject. Circle the proper nouns in the sentence below. The tiny, box turtle was left on the side of the road. chick: penguin :: calf:. cow A boy and girl longed for King Edward and Princess Fiona to rescue them from the dragon. He laughed his head off. simile, metaphor, Simple sentence (SS) or compound sentence (CS)? The boys are playing soccer and basketball. SS Which of the following words are compound words? a) snowman b) fabulous c) portable d) rainbow Check if the word is a adjective, verb, or adverb. feathery verb adverb adjective Circle the correct homophone. (Their, There, They re) my best friends in the whole world.

51 Week #12 Check the imperative sentence. Why are you so sleepy? He is super strong! Answer Key Clean out your desk. Owls are birds of prey. Make the following singular nouns plural. stories story elves elf libraries library Check the sentence that is in the present tense. The owl was hooting all night. The owl will sleep all day tomorrow. The owl is flying overhead. Circle the better word choice for the underlined word. The owl ate the mouse for dinner. gobbled nibbled consumed Underline the complete predicate. Our librarian, Mrs. Diego, ordered new books about owls for the library. Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. Have you read any good books lately, asked Mrs. Diego. What is the meaning of the underlined word? The animal devoured his prey. ate, consumed Circle the correctly spelled word. The mother bird calls her (babys, babies) chicks. Circle the simple subject & underline the complete subject. Circle the proper nouns in the sentence below. The huge, barn owl swooped down and snatched the tiny mouse for dinner. day: diurnal :: night: nocturnal Matilda and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory are books both written by Roald Dahl. The sun smiled down on me that day. simile, metaphor, Simple sentence (SS) or compound sentence (CS)? Owls and eagles are birds of prey, and they are also classified as carnivores. CS Which of the following words are compound words? a) victoriously b) moonlight c) grasshopper d) wondrous Check if the word is a noun, verb, or adjective. feather noun verb adjective Circle the correct homophone. I ate the (hole, whole) pizza for dinner last night.

52 Week #13 What type of sentence? Where are my keys? Answer Key Simple or compound sentence? The space shuttle rocketed into outer space and circled the planet. a. simple sentence b. compound sentence Punctuate the follow sentences. The pencil needs sharpened Who do you think you are Go empty the trash What a beautiful sunset.!.? Circle the correct verb. The stars (is, are) shining so brightly tonight. Underline the complete predicate. Mr. Smith will not be at school today because he is going to a math meeting. Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. Can we go to Olive Garden tonight, the children asked. Circle the better word choice for the underlined word. Tim ran out the door in a hurry. skipped bolted frolicked Circle the correctly spelled word. The children love reading (stories, stories) before they go to bed at night. Simple or compound subject? The moon and stars are so beautiful tonight. a. simple or b. compound sleepy: lethargic:: energetic: active Circle the common nouns in the sentence below. My mom and dad told me to pick up my toys, shoes, books, and then go make my bed. That test was a piece of cake. simile, metaphor, Simple sentence (SS) or compound sentence (CS)? Bull dogs and dachshunds are both small dogs. SS Put the following words in alphabetical order. 1 alleviate 3 annoying 2 android Circle the adjectives in the following sentence. The colorful, noisy parrot flew over the beautiful rainforest. Common (C) or proper noun (P)? C carrot P Cooper P Travis

53 Week #14 What type of sentence? Practice your math facts tonight. Answer Key What is the plural form of: children child foxes fox families family Past, present, of future tense? We will be visiting grandpa this weekend. future tense Circle the correct verb. The boys (was, were) playing football in the backyard. Circle the simple predicate. Mom cooked my favorite meal last night. Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. My favorite candies are Snickers, Milky Way, Sweet Tarts, Reese s, and Rolos. What is the meaning of the underlined word? The terrapin is the mascot for the University of Maryland. turtle Replace the noun with a pronoun. The children went trick or treating for Halloween. They Circle the simple subject and underline the simple predicate. The exhausted player collapsed on the bench after the game. transparent: opaque:: bright: dark Common (C) or proper (P) nouns? P Mallory Dallas kitchen P C He was as mad as a volcano. simile, metaphor, Simple sentence (SS) or compound sentence (CS)? Which guide words would you find at the top the page for: terrapin Circle the adjectives in the following sentence. Write the following as contractions. The football and basketball players were working out after school. SS transfer - travel tangle tattle terrace - terrify My wise and generous grandma always knows the perfect thing to say. I m we ve you re I am we have you are

54 Week #15 Answer Key What type of sentence? What type of sentence? What an amazing performance! We are climbing up the mountain. Terri sang a solo last night. The mountain is covered in snow. Correct the following sentence. Mom said, You should always try your best. Fragment (F) or Sentence (S). The lucky duck swam. Troublesome toddlers. S F Add punctuation to make this sentence correct. My dad likes to play football, basketball, and golf. bow: front:: stern: back What is the meaning of the underlined word? My meager allowance was earned each month for my chores. small, skimpy, inadequate Common (C) or proper (P) nouns? P CP Victor daughter Bradford computer C Replace the noun with a pronoun. My parents were on a business trip last week. They I m so hungry I could eat a horse. simile, metaphor, Underline the subject once and the predicate twice. Which guide words would you find at the top the page for: aquarium Circle the adverbs in the following sentence. The football player was injured on the fifty yard line. avenger - average acquaintance - Aquarius above - across My friendly neighbor walked quickly and awkwardly down the driveway. Friendly is an adj. because it describes the noun ~ neighbor. Tim took tons of tools to make toys for tots. alliteration, onomatopoeia

55 Week #16 Answer Key What type of sentence? What type of sentence? Thomas Jefferson was our countries third president. The generous neighbor shared their candy with our family. Who was George Rogers Clark? We saw the turkey waddling rapidly away from the farmer. Correct the following sentence. I know, said the teacher, you are going to master your facts. The denotative meaning of a word is the dictionary definition. The connotative meaning is the positive or negative emotional meaning. mouse small rodent connotative or denotative What is the meaning of the underlined word? Ruth Lilly made many contributions to our state. donations Replace the noun with a pronoun. My parents and I went to the museum this past weekend. We Common (C) or proper (P) nouns? Chug, Chug, Chug the old train rumbled down the tracks. alliteration, onomatopoeia warm: incubator :: cold: freezer Fairbanks daisy C beaver C P That s as clear as mud. simile, metaphor, Underline the subject once and the predicate twice. Which guide words would you find at the top the page for: frantic Circle the adjectives in the following sentence. Combine the two sentences into one complete sentence. Lewis and Clark were exploring our country with Sacajawea. fabulous - factual front- furniture fraction - fraternity My cranky, old neighbor yelled at our cute, adorable, brown puppy. Einstein was a scientist. Newton was a scientist. Einstein and Newton were scientists.

56 Week #17 Answer Key What type of sentence? What type of sentence? What will my goals be next year? The immense universe will never be fully explored. Organize your desk today. The airplane began to ascend toward the clouds. Correct the following sentence. I would love to go with you, I replied, but I better go home. The connotative meaning is the positive or negative emotional meaning. runt scrawny one negative or positive connotation What is the meaning of the underlined word? The airplane began to ascend. go upward Replace the noun with a pronoun. My parents went with Tom and Susie to dinner. them Circle the simple subject and underline the simple predicate. He could have knocked me over with a feather. alliteration, onomatopoeia thaw: freeze :: mess: clean The elated girl skipped around the yard today. She s as blind as a bat. simile, metaphor, Underline the complete subject once and the complete predicate twice. The adorable kitten chased the toy mouse around our house. What is the meaning of the following idiom? The teacher told us to zip our lips. Be quiet. Simple or compound sentence? My teacher and principal will be at the awards ceremony, and they will present my medal for perfect attendance. Combine the two sentences into one complete sentence. Tommy is funny. Tommy is obnoxious. Tommy is funny and obnoxious.

57 Week #18 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. What a beautiful sunset Answer Key The vast universe will never be fully explored. What type of sentence? Add punctuation.!. The rocket landed on the moon The solar energy heated the house. Correct the following sentence. Tomorrow the date will be Tuesday, January 21, The connotative meaning is the positive or negative emotional meaning. fondly my grandmother negative or positive connotation lovingly fondly means: What is the meaning of the underlined word? The vast universe will never be fully explored. immense Write the correct pronoun for the blank. I or me My grandma and will go out to dinner. I Circle the simple subject and underline the simple predicate. Aunt Annie s apple pie is amazing. alliteration, onomatopoeia bird: feather :: fish: scales The apple pie baked in the oven. She is a bear today. simile, metaphor, Underline the complete subject once and the complete predicate twice. The friendly dolphin swam in the ocean currents. What is the meaning of the following idiom? The teacher was at her boiling point. She was mad. Simple or compound sentence? The dolphin and sea turtle swam toward the seashore to see the mermaid. Combine the two sentences into one complete sentence. The dolphin is playful. The otter is playful. The dolphin and otter are playful.

58 Week #19 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. The alligator ate the lizard Answer Key Correct the following sentence. On February 14, 2014, we will celebrate Valentine s Day.. The alligator swallowed the lizard in one bite. Write the denotative meaning for: native: born in or originating in a particular place What type of sentence? Add punctuation. Where are iguanas native to in our world? What is the meaning of the underlined word? The frilled lizard is native to deserts of Australia. ruffled An iguana is native to the Galapagos Islands. Write the correct pronoun for the blank. we or us My best friend traveled with us to Florida. Where would you look to find a map of the Galapagos Island? The day seemed to last 100 years. alliteration, onomatopoeia furious: irritated :: elated: happy or joyous dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, almanac, phone book The gloves hugged his hands. simile, metaphor, Underline the complete subject once and the complete predicate twice. What is the meaning of the following idiom? The listing of all the book s chapters can be found in the: Combine the two sentences into one complete sentence. The friendly dolphin swam in the ocean currents. The kids kept monkeying around. playing around preface, table of contents, bibliography, appendix, glossary, or index The lizard doesn t have eyelids. The lizard has a tail that can regrow. The lizard doesn t have eyelids, and it has a tail that can regrow.

59 Week #20 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. Give your brother part of your cupcake. Answer Key The frivolous mistake cost our company thousands of dollars. Use context clues to determine the meaning of the underlined word. My principal was flabbergasted with the 1 st graders behavior. flabbergasted: stunned, surprised Circle the cause and underline the effect. My family moved to Chicago because my dad s job relocated him. Correct the following sentence. What is your favorite book? inquired the librarian. The connotative meaning is the positive or negative emotional meaning. slave: positive or negative What is the meaning of the underlined word? The thrifty customer bought every item on sale that day. frugal, careful, economical Write the correct pronoun for the blank. I or me They are going to the movies with. me Crackle, snap, pop, good morning. alliteration, onomatopoeia loose: tight :: push: pull Where would you look to find a good synonym for the word: hot? dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, almanac, phone book Write F for fragment and S for sentence. Courageous astronauts. Astronauts floated. S The stars twinkled. S Shooting comets. F F Circle the simple subject and the underline simple predicate. The astronauts floating in the space shuttle. What is the meaning of the following idiom? He s like a bull in a china shop. He s very clumsy. The introduction to a book s focus or purpose is called a: preface, table of contents, bibliography, appendix, or index Write (F) Fact or (O) Opinion. He is the best player on the team. O The girl has blond hair. F

60 Week #21 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. Why are you stalling Answer Key? The venomous snake can cause serious consequences. Use context clues to determine the meaning of the underlined word. The ideas were merged together to create a workable solution. came together merged: Circle the cause and underline the effect. The blizzard caused school to be closed for 4 days. Because of the blizzard, we had to go to school 4 more days in June. Correct the following sentence. The denotative meaning of the following word: What is the meaning of the underlined word? Underline the nouns in the following sentence. Where is my math book? slender: thin The frivolous mistake caused our company to reorder all new parts. unimportant Turtles, snails, and crabs all have a shell on their backs. Silly Sally sat by the seashore. alliteration, onomatopoeia chicken: egg :: tree: nut What reference book would help you find the meaning of the word frivolous? dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, almanac, phone book Put the following words into alphabetical order. 4 devour destroy 3 demeanor 1 departure 2 Circle the complete subject and the underline complete predicate. The adventurous boy climbed to the top of the mountain. Fill in the circle where you find a mistake in the sentence. My cousins and I Me and my cousins are going to the mall this weekend. The list a reference materials used to create the book or research paper is called a: preface, table of contents, glossary, bibliography, appendix, or index Write (F) Fact or (O) Opinion. O Slavery is a terrible thing. Lincoln was the 16 th president. F

61 Week #22 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. The garden flourished in the spring. Answer Key The baby was flourishing in the new home. Use context clues to determine the meaning of the underlined word. The boy kept taunting his little brother and made him cry. teasing taunting: Circle the correct verb in each sentence. They (is, are) going to lunch. My family (was, were) the best recyclers in the neighborhood. Correct the following sentence. There are many different kinds of lizards. Circle all the synonyms for the following word: flourished grew found blossomed prospered shrank thrived Circle the spelling mistakes in the following sentence. two to The to kids went too there grandma s house over vacation. Underline the adjectives in the following sentence. The small, gray mouse nibbled on the yellow cheese. Where would you find a synonym for the word jubilant? Write F for fragment and S for sentence. I was so thirsty I could drink all the water in the faucet. alliteration, onomatopoeia large: enormous :: ask: inquire or question dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, almanac, phone book F Steven and I. Wonderful days are ahead. S The venomous snake. F Snakes have venom. S Circle the complete subject and the underline complete predicate. Two small boys frowned at the peculiar visitor. Circle the better word choice for the underlined word. The happy girl frolicked in the park all afternoon with her puppy. delighted good pleased A list of charts, maps, & examples, (found in the back of a reference book) is called: preface, table of contents, bibliography, appendix, or index The Greek word part micro means small and scope means see. Use the Greek word part meanings to help write a definition for microscope. see small things

62 Week #23 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. Our guide accompanies us Answer Key Replace the underlined words with the correct pronoun. Tim and I will depart tomorrow to Dallas, Texas. We. The brown grass was begging for water. alliteration, onomatopoeia The hummingbird was hovering above the flower. Circle the multiple meaning word that makes sense in both sentences. The blue sky is cool. The feather is weight. ice heavy light cloudy happy: jubilant :: mad: angry Use context clues to determine the meaning of the underlined word. The clothing store s merchandise included tops, pants, and hats. merchandise: item for sale Make each noun possessive. child s child boy s boy Mike s Mike Give the comparative and superlative form of the adjective. darker dark lighter light darkest largest Correct the run-on sentence. My alarm didn t go off I missed the bus. My alarm didn t go off, so I missed the bus. Underline the adverbs in the following sentence. The hummingbird beats its wings rapidly and continuously. How many syllables are in the following words? 3 3 abruptly contribute experiences 5 huddle 2 Circle the simple subject and the underline simple predicate. The hovering hummingbird beats his wings rapidly. Fill in the circle where you find a mistake in the sentence. their We are going to there house for dinner next Friday. A list of title chapter and page number (in the front of a book) is called: preface, table of contents, bibliography, appendix, or index The Greek word part bio- means life and -graph means write. Use the Greek word part meanings to help write a definition for biography. a story written about someone s life

63 Week #24 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. That was a huge surprise Answer Key! The train departed from the station. Circle the words that rhyme with ship. Correct the run-on sentence. chip dip deck shape lip I got to school I raced up to the door. shop sip whip shrimp I got to school, and I raced up to the door. Replace the underlined words with the correct pronoun. The neighbors went out to dinner with Susan and Tom. them Circle the multiple meaning word that makes sense in both sentences. The waiter gave us our. The duck s had a fish in it. check bill food feet Make each singular noun plural. geese goose cherries cherry quizzes quiz Underline the common nouns and circle the proper nouns in the following sentence. Susan and Tom collected shells, rocks, marbles, and leaves for their nature project. Give the comparative and superlative form of the adjective. How many syllables are in the following words? The man was a grizzly bear. simile, metaphor laugh: chuckle:: weep: cry long longer longest short shorter shortest coincidence obedience 4 evidence 3 scientific 4 4 Underline the prepositions in the following sentences. The boy hopped on the couch and laughed at the movie. Fill in the circle where you find a mistake in the sentence. She and I will deliver the movie to our friends house. The author s focus of the book or introduction to his readers is called: preface, table of contents, bibliography, appendix, or index The Greek word part bio- means life and logy means study of. Use the Greek word part meanings to help write a definition for biology the study of life friend s

64 Week #25 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. Where are my binoculars Answer Key? The old-fashioned candy shop had the most delicious candy. Circle the linking verbs in the following sentences. The monster is adorable. A new candy was available. The warheads are very sour. Correct the run-on sentence. The sky was cloudy it wasn t raining. The sky was cloudy, but it wasn t raining. Spell the past tense form of the verb in parenthesis ( ). Jacob (carry) the saxophone case. She has a heart of gold. simile, metaphor Underline the prepositions and circle the object of the preposition. Charlie gave his ticket to Mr. Wonka at the entrance to the chocolate factory. carried Circle the multiple meaning word that makes sense in both sentences. The swam in the pond. under the low sign. cute swim duck fish listen: ear:: vision: Circle the adjectives and cross out the nouns below. chocolate delicious candy factory noisy young clever Make each singular noun plural. leaves leaf lives life buses bus Correct the friendly letter. April 3, 2010 Dear Grandpa, Will you please send me an airplane ticket? I want to come stay with you this summer. Love, Tommy Choose the correct word in parentheses to complete the sentence. No one has (never, ever) seen a leprechaun or a fairy godmother. Underline the common nouns and circle the proper nouns in the following sentence. Charlie the Chocolate Factory is a book about a boy named Charlie who wins a golden ticket to visit the local chocolate factory. How many syllables are in the following words? 4 collaborate congruent proclamation encouragement eyes The Greek word part bio- means life and auto- means self. Use the Greek word part meanings to help write a definition for autobiography. a self story written by yourself

65 Week #26 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. Follow all the directions Answer Key. Take the bull by the horns. Circle the helping verbs in the following sentences. He has eaten at home this week. She can help you with your work. The farmer is planting the crops. Correct the run-on sentence. I was so excited it was amazing we couldn t believe our eyes. I was so excited. It was amazing! We couldn t believe our eyes. Spell the past tense form of the verb in parenthesis ( ). Jill (hurry) to the bus stop. hurried Circle the multiple meaning word that makes sense in both sentences. The wrist is silver. I will my baby brother. check band play watch Write the abbreviation for each. Dr. Doctor Mr. Mister St. Street Underline the complete subject. The enormous alligator attacked the helpless manatee. She s as snug as a bug in a rug. simile, metaphor cochlea: ear:: lens: eyes Correct the friendly letter. June 12, 2012 Dear Trevor, Ask your mom if you can spend the night? We can watch movies and play. Your friend, Tommy Circle the article adjectives. The hungry boy ate an apple and a bagel for breakfast. Underline the prepositions and circle the object of the preposition. The generous man donated money for our science project at school. Circle the conjunction and correct the sentence. I would like to perform on stage, but I have stage fright. Choose the correct word in parentheses to complete the sentence. We didn t have (no, any) money to pay for the movie tickets. The Greek word part demo- means people and crac- means rule. Use the Greek word part meanings to help write a definition for democracy. ruled by the people

66 Week #27 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. Wash the windows Answer Key. The brown gooey mud squished through my feet. Circle the helping verbs and underline the main verb in the each sentences. Susan is jumping rope outside. Tim was learning to skateboard. We are hoping for warm weather. Write the past tense of each verb. called call carried carry said say write write Spell the past tense form of the verb in parenthesis ( ). Carl (catch) the fish. caught Circle the multiple meaning word that makes sense in both sentences. We put our bags in the. The elephant is his nose. back trunk car feet Write the abbreviation for each. Jan. January Fri. Friday Ave. Avenue Underline the complete predicate. Grant was learning how to surf during his summer vacation. It was as clean as a whistle. simile, metaphor tree: orchard:: page: book Correct the friendly letter. July 4, 2011 Dear Cameron, Our family is having a fireworks party. Would you like to come? Sincerely, Ryan Circle the article adjectives. A helicopter is different from an airplane because the helicopter can hover. Underline the prepositions and circle the object of the preposition. The beautiful swan flew over the lake and landed in the meadow. Circle the conjunction and correct the sentence. The boys were playing basketball, and they returned home feeling exhausted. Choose the correct word in parentheses to complete the sentence. On your quest you shouldn t trust (no one, anyone) with the secret code. The Greek word part geo- means earth and therm- means heat. Use the Greek word part meanings to help write a definition for geothermal. earth heat

67 Week #28 What type of sentence? Add punctuation. The young girl smiled at me Answer Key. The sweet, elderly lady sang beautifully. Circle the linking verbs in the each sentences. Susie is hyper and sassy. Tim was smart and nerdy. We are all exhausted. Write the past tense of each verb. talked talk buried bury flew fly taught teach Write the P for Present, F for Future, and PT for Past tense. The puppy cried all night. F The puppy will bark. P PT The puppy barks a lot. Circle the proper nouns in the sentence below. Mr. Jones wants to visit Ireland and Italy this summer. Replace the underlined nouns with the correct pronoun. Donna is busy planting the new flowers in the garden. She David and Tommy played Guitar Hero last weekend. They Underline the simple subject. The cute, baby ducklings waddled after their mother. Not in a million years would I tell your secret. simile, metaphor tree: bark:: fish: scale Correct the friendly letter. May 4, 2010 Dear Mom, Can we go to Florida over spring break this year? I will be a good son. Your son, Matthew Circle the adjectives and underline the nouns. The adorable puppy licked the cute, little girl. Underline the prepositions and circle the object of the preposition. The adorable puppy barked at the mailman every day. Circle the conjunction and correct the sentence. The girl ate the strawberry sundae, but she didn t share a single drop with her brother. Correct the following sentence. My teacher asked, Will you see me after class to discuss your missing work? The Greek word part geo- means earth and -logy- means study. Use the Greek word part meanings to help write a definition for geology. the study of earth

68 Week #29 Which word comes from the Greek word part logos, meaning word? a. locate b. log c. lodge d. logo Spell the past tense form of the verb in parenthesis ( ). Carly (try) to win the race. tried Answer Key The hound dog charged after the tiny squirrel swiftly. Circle the antonym for the following word: dishonest a. trustworthy b. disobey c. disguise Circle the synonym for the following word. independence a. indifferent b freedom c. dependent Circle the meaning for the following prefixes: mis- and pre-. Example: mislead, misfire a. only b. before c. wrongly Example: preview, precede a. only b. before c. wrongly Write the plural form of each word. boxes box families family flies fly boys boy Underline the simple predicate. The hound dog charged after the squirrel. The leaves danced across my yard. simile, metaphor frantic: tranquil :: opaque: clear or transparent Correct the following sentence. Meet me at the pond, yelled Rex, and bring your net. Fill in the blanks with the correct spelling of their, there, and they re. Tom and Sue are walking their dog. Go over there and wait your turn. They re going to the game. Underline the prepositions and circle the object of the preposition. The frantic driver swerved between the cars. Write the homophone for the following words. right write hole whole sore soar Combine the following sentence. My brother collected shells. My sister collected shells. My brother and sister collected shells. Fill in the blanks with the correct spelling of to, two, and too. Brent went to the video store. Brent played two video games. I ve played those games, too said Al.

69 Day 1 Week #30 Answer Key Which sentence has the adjective underlined? Which pronoun could replace the underlined word? Circle the synonym for the following word. Which sentence has the adverb underlined? a. She is a witty person. b. My dad repairs car engines. c. The peculiar man wouldn t talk. d. The star shines brightly. Have you seen my parents? a. they b. we c. them d. us embarrassed a. entered b complained c. humiliated a. She is a witty person. b. My dad repairs car engines. c. The peculiar man wouldn t talk. d. The star shines brightly. Write the P for Present, F for Future, and PT for Past tense. Circle the antonym for the following word: Circle the meaning for the following suffixes: -less and -or. Underline the common nouns. Leo will bring dessert. Leo brought the dessert. Leo is bringing the dessert. F PT P scattered a. dispersed b. collected c. scurried Example: careless, motionless a. only b. little c. without Example: actor, sailor a. little b. a person who c. able The camel spit on the tourist and blinked repeatedly to remove the sand from his eyes. Which parts of a book would you find at the beginning of a book? Fill in the blanks with the correct spelling of you re or your. She was as proud as a peacock. simile, metaphor smirk: smile :: scowl: frown bibliography, table of contents, preface, index, appendix, glossary Did you walk your dog? You re going to the movie. Underline the prepositions and circle the object of the preposition. For dinner we ate pizza from our favorite restaurant. Write the homophone for the following words. bear bare pair pear plane plain Which of the following types of writing would be a response to literature? a. a research report b. a letter to a friend c. a book review d. a short story Which sentence has the verb underlined? a. She laughed at my jokes. b. He talks with an accent. c. The peculiar man wouldn t talk. d. The star shines brightly.

70 Week #31 Answer Key Circle the adverbs and underline the verbs in each sentence. Which pronoun could replace the underlined word? Circle the synonym for the following word. Circle the adjectives and underline the nouns in each sentence. a. Tim behaved badly for his mom. b. The rain fell gently on the roof. c. The time rushed by quickly. d. We discovered the answer yesterday. Tim and I will visit our friends. a. they b. we c. them d. us floundered a. struggled b wandered c. followed a. The furry raccoon stole our food. b. The wise, old owl hooted all night. c. My silly and annoying sister finally fell asleep. d. The athletic boy loved sports. Spell the past tense form of the verb in parenthesis ( ). Circle the antonym for the following word: Circle the meaning for the following prefixes: fore- and dis-. Underline the proper nouns. Joe (come) over to my house. came arrogant a. proud b. superior c. humble Example: dislike, disobey a. none b. not c. less Example: forecast, forewarn a. before b. with c. able Reggie Miller, George Hill, Danny Granger have all played for the Indiana Pacers. Life is a dream. simile, metaphor arrogant: humble :: graceful: clumsy Which parts of a book would you find at the end of a book? bibliography, table of contents, preface, index, appendix, glossary Underline the complete subject once and underline the complete predicate twice. The retired worker vacationed in Florida every winter. Underline the preposition and circle the object of the preposition. The octopus hid in the rocks. Write the homophone for the following words. dear deer flour flower Correct the following sentence. Mr. Smith was born in Chicago, Illinois on June 5, Write F for fragment of S for sentence. a. They laughed at. b. Susan goes to the mall. S c. The eerie octopus swam. S d. The twinkling stars at night. F F piece peace

71 Week #32 Answer Key Circle the nouns and underline the verbs in each sentence. a. Levi helped his mom. b. The rain pelted our car. c. The flowers are blooming. d. Turtles and snails have shells. Write the plural possessive noun for each word. boys boys friends friends visitors visitors Circle the synonym for the following word. conference a. meeting b race c. party Underline the prepositional phrase in each sentence. a. The rabbit hopped over the log. b. The mouse scurried in the hole. c. The dog sat on the couch. Spell the past tense form of the verb in parenthesis ( ). Karen (think) about her decision. thought Circle the antonym for the following word: docile a. gentle b. obedient c. uncooperative Choose the correct verb. Please this package to the post office. a. took b. take c. tooked d. has taken Write a proper noun for each word. New York state United States country Atlanta Answers will vary. city What does the following idiom mean? While giving his speech, he looked as cool as a cucumber. He was calm and not nervous. fix: mend :: construct: build If you were writing a report about the bald eagle, you would be writing: a. personal narrative b. persuasive writing c. expository writing d. argumentative writing Underline the complete subject once and underline the complete predicate twice. The furry rabbit was chased by the neighbor s dog. Underline the preposition and circle the object of the preposition. The boys are with their mom. Write a synonym for the underlined word. A plethora of defensive linemen sack the quarterback. overabundance Correct the following sentence. My favorite childhood book is Where the Wild Things Are. Write S for Simple and C for Compound sentence. The boys and girls are watching their S favorite movie.

72 Week #33 Answer Key Circle the adverbs and underline the verbs in each sentence. a. Larry ran swiftly down the hill. b. Trevor swam so strangely. c. The man spoke softly. d. You can speak to her tomorrow. Write the P for Present, F for Future, and PT for Past tense. PT Nina sees her friend. P F Nina saw her friend. Nina will see her friend. Write the singular possessive noun for each word. cat s cat man s man turtle s turtle Circle the antonym for the following word: exceptional a. remarkable b. ordinary c. uncommon Circle the synonym for the following word. We used the extension ladder to reach the ball on the roof. a. expandable b existence c. entry Choose the correct verb. My dad the football. a. throw b. threw c. throwed d. has threw Underline the prepositional phrase in each sentence. a. On the roof, we found our Frisbee. b. With my tutor, I learned math facts. c. In a few minutes, we will leave. Write the plural form of each word. mice mouse countries country cities city What does the following idiom mean? I m in a real pickle now. I m in a bad situation. fresh: stale :: pristine: spoiled ruined If you were writing a story about your families camping trip, you would be writing: a. personal narrative b. persuasive writing c. expository writing d. argumentative writing Circle the simple subject. The handsome, rich prince will rescue the princess from the tower. Underline the prepositions and circle the object of the preposition. In the library we must be quiet. Write an antonym for the underlined word. The fresh pastries at the bakery were. stale Correct the following sentence. My favorite song is America the Beautiful. Insert an apostrophe where needed. The boy s toys are all over his floor. All the girls toys were missing.

73 Week #34 Answer Key Underline the nouns and circle the pronouns in each sentence. a. Susan gave us the new game. b. Trevor likes his dinner. c. They are playing our song. d. You are planning your party. Write the homophone for each word below. hair hare made maid pour pore Circle the synonym for the following word. The restaurant was deserted late on a Monday night. a. detested b empty c. desperate Underline the prepositional phrase in each sentence. a. By the river, I found a frog. b. For lunch, I brought a sandwich. c. We are going to the beach. Spell the past tense form of the verb in parenthesis ( ). Anna (sit) with her friends. sat Circle the antonym for the following word: hilarious a. humorous b. comical c. serious Choose the correct verb. The boy the Frisbee. a. caught b. catch c. catched d. catching Write the plural form of each word. men man wives wife geese goose What does the following idiom mean? That cost me an arm and a leg. That was very expensive. ocean: seashore :: river: riverbank If you were writing an essay to stop someone from smoking, you would be writing: a. personal narrative b. persuasive writing c. expository writing d. argumentative writing Circle the simple predicate. The slimy, green frog captured the fly with his long tongue. Underline the prepositions and circle the object of the preposition. Thomas sat with his friends on the bus. Write a synonym for the underlined word. Sam was bold when he spoke. confident, outspoken, brave Correct the following sentence. My grandpa always says, I should learn from my mistakes. Insert an apostrophe where needed. The teacher s bag was so full with the students papers.

74 Week #35 Answer Key Underline the nouns and circle the pronouns in each sentence. a. Emily and I will ride the bus to school. b. Annie plays soccer with our friends. c. My dad and mom attended the meeting with them. d. Grandma made a dress for me. Write the future tense form of the verb in parenthesis ( ). Andy (draw) a cartoon scene. will draw Circle the synonym for the following word: saturated a. satisfied b. dry c. soaked Circle the synonym for the following word. The sponge absorbed the spill on the counter. a. abound b soak up c. sorted Circle the adjectives in each sentence. a. The slow and steady turtle won the race. Write the homophone for each word below. break brake cent scent week weak b. The giant beanstalk became a ladder for the boy. c. The ugly, green ogre scared the village people. What does the following idiom mean? Choose (good or well) to complete the sentence. Circle the complete predicate. We are all in the same boat. We are all in the situation. break: repair :: capture: release There is a (good, well) chance that I will do (good, well) on the test. The foolish and overly confident rabbit will lose the race. Write D for declarative, IN for interrogative, IM for imperative, and EX for exclamatory. IN Where will we eat dinner? EX My brother will be angry with me! IM Don t play with your food. He wants to go to the museum. D Choose the word that comes from the Latin word part bene- meaning good. a. bendable b. benefit c. beneath Insert an apostrophe where needed. The players bags were loaded onto the bus before the big game.

75 Week #36 Answer Key Underline the nouns and circle the verbs in each sentence. a. Ellen and her brother built a sandcastle. b. The hermit crab crawled across the beach. c. Mom lathered sunscreen all over my back. d. The beautiful sunset captured my attention. How many syllables are in the following words? 3 attributes generosity 5 predicament 4 gratitude 3 Rewrite the words and show where the words would be divided into syllables. congratulations con/gra/tu/la/tions delighted de/ligh/ted plentiful plen/ti/ful Write the P for Present, F for Future, and PT for Past tense. Terri will get sunburned. Tim jumped over the sandcastle. Dad drives our van to the beach. P What does the following idiom mean? Don t count your chickens before they hatch. Don t assume you will get something before it happens. Circle the synonym for the following word: commotion a. peace b. disturbance c. vibration hypothesis: science :: estimation: Write D for declarative, IN for interrogative, IM for imperative, and EX for exclamatory. D We found many shells along the seashore. EX The whales bumped into our boat! IM Pick up all of your pool toys. Where did you find that beautiful shell? IN PT F math Choose the sentence that shows the correct punctuation. a. The teacher told us, your reports will be worth 75 points. b. Your report will be fantastic said my best friend. c. Finish your research at the library, mom recommended. Choose (good or well) to complete the sentence. We didn t sleep very (good, well) last night during the storm. Choose the word that comes from the Latin word part vert- meaning to turn. a. verify b. convert c. very Circle the complete subject. The wild, Canadian geese made a commotion when the cars drove by their nest. Circle the cause and underline the effect. My back was burnt because I fell asleep on my stomach.

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