We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byAxel Preston
Modified about 1 year ago
DirectIndirect Object of the preposition Direct and Indirect Direct, Indirect, and obj. of preposition $100 $200 $300 $400 $500
Find the Direct object Peter and Joe bought some shoes.
Find the Direct Object The cute little boy went to his mom and kissed her cheek.
Find the Direct object Lacy went camping with Zack.
Find the direct object Cindy told Paige her secret that spread all over the school.
Find the direct object Ryan, Kelly, and Gina were running the mile yesterday.
Find the Indirect object Kelly gave the wig to Sam to wear for the costume party.
Find the Indirect Object She showed me how to dance.
Find the Indirect Object Mrs. Cope gave us three extra days to finish our reports.
Find the Indirect Object I was furious because Mandy told Jessica my secret.
Find the Indirect Object The official gave Tony a medal when he won the final game.
Find all the Objects of the prepositions The cat ran under the tree.
Find all the Objects of the prepositions Tammy left her shoes beside the pool.
Find all the Objects of the prepositions I love the smell of flowers in the morning.
Flowers and Morning
Find all the Objects of the prepositions The prince was in love with the lowly princess, but they can never be together.
Love and Princess
Find all the Objects of the prepositions He had to find the girl with the shiny slippers that she put under a tree to save for another day.
Slippers, Tree, and Day
Find both the direct and the indirect object. They made him some coffee.
Indirect: Him Direct: Coffee
Find both the direct and the indirect object. Those bus drivers gave him a book.
Indirect: Him Direct: Book
Find both the direct and the indirect object. Those students made her a unhappy camper.
Indirect: Her Direct: Camper
Find both the direct and the indirect object. › The wildebeest told the lion that dinner was ready.
Indirect: Lion Direct: that dinner was ready
Find both the direct and the indirect object. Henry got Heather a present.
Indirect: Heather Direct: Present
Find the Direct, Indirect, and Object of the preposition. Alex baked Andrew a pizza for the fair.
Direct: Pizza Indirect: Andrew Obj. of the preposition: Fair
Find the Direct, Indirect, and Object of the preposition. Meagan told Brittany that dancing was the best.
Direct: that dancing was the best Indirect: Brittany Obj. of the preposition: None
Find the Direct, Indirect, and Object of the preposition. Danielle told Tiara that homework is important.
Direct: that homework is important Indirect: Tiara Obj. of the preposition: None
Find the Direct, Indirect, and Object of the preposition. Elcy got Caitlyn that car that she always wanted from the moment she saw it..
Direct: Car Indirect: Caitlyn Obj. of the preposition: moment
Find the Direct, Indirect, and Objects of the prepositions. Sarah bumped Adam’s elbow, which knocked the paint onto the dresses.
Direct: elbow, paint Obj. of the preposition: Dresses No indirect objects
Oxford Words I the and to a was my went.
First 100 High Frequency Words a her see am about.
Fluency Phrases. at the store his dog to my house.
Weekly Sight Words List 1. the I to a is my.
I. am no the see you me to and at yes it.
Sight Word Challenge Mrs. Murphy’s Kindergarten Top 100 Sight Words.
By Ariel Locklear Long, long, ago there was a little cottage. A workshop man had a little boy he created Stead-feast Tin Man Soldiers. But, the boy ran.
Parts of a Sentence. John swims. Dogs run. Children sing. Nouns: JohnDogsChildren.
Direct and Indirect Objects Adapted by Linda Neuman.
GERUNDS THEY FUNCTION AS NOUNS!. HOW A NOUN CAN FUNCTION IN A SENTENCE: Subject Direct object Indirect object Predicate noun /predicate nominative Object.
Sight Word Phrases Group 1. the little boy a good boy.
There was a surprise party to John last Saturday. There were some balloons at the party and I (buy) a nice present to him! bought.
Harcourt Lesson 9 Grammar Day 4 Review for Weekly Test: Prepositions, Clauses, Complex Sentences.
A Chair For My Mother *Robust Vocabulary* Created By: Mrs. Rodriguez June 2009.
English Class Writing/Grammar5:00-6:30PM.
Let’s Read Our Bedrock One Words! a I saw a girl and a boy.
DEFINING CLAUSES give essential information about their antecedent and without them the meaning will be incomplete. These never go between commas.
Pronouns Noun Substitutes. What is a pronoun A pronoun is a word that is used in place or one or more nouns or pronouns. ◦While Cindy waited for the bus,
Kindergarten Library Skills Lesson #9 K.2.3 Makes predictions about what will happen next in the story. Suggested Books Laura Numeroff Books There Was.
Pronouns practice 1 together My mom is your teacher. My school is good. I need your help. You and I have the same shoes. I don’t like your hat. Bob needs.
Grammar Review English I. When you have a sentence… 1. Look for prep. phrases, subject, and verb 2. Ask yourself: Action, Linking, or Being verb?? (note:
Pronouns What is a pronoun?pronounWhat is a pronoun?pronoun.
Kindergarten Sight Words Level A I I like books.
Personal Pronouns Practice. I I have a lovely cat It is ….. cat It is my cat Give it back to … Give it back to me Because it is ……. !!! Because it is.
There are 32 birds in a tree. Then 15 birds flew away. How many birds are there now?
Word List A. the Word list A I to Word list A a.
Bob What did Bob and Tony do on their last school trip? A: What did Bob do on his last school trip? B: He … A: Did he… ? B: Yes, he did. / No, he didnt.
Pronouns. Name five pronouns. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun. There are subject and object pronouns.
THE LONELY SPOTLESS GIRAFFE By: Autumn Kridner. Hi, My name is Lola. I am not like all the others giraffes because I have no spots. I only wish I had.
Adjective Clauses. Adjective clauses – What? A clause that modifies a noun or pronoun A clause that modifies a noun or pronoun Begins with these pronouns:
Today we are going to learn about… What is an adverb?
A Cinderella Story Should Have… The theme of love and caring A slipper or shoe Magic, in the form of a fairy godmother, fairy godfather, etc. Mean stepmother,
The people Look for some people. Write it down. By the water
Definition: Preposition is a word, which is used before a noun, a noun phrase or a pronoun, connecting it to another word. Definition: Preposition is a.
1 st 100 sight words a About after again All.
Sight Words List 1 Mr. Matthews Grade One can.
First Grade Sight Words Words from Level F & Above Books.
Let’s Play What do you know about Conventions?
100 Most Common Words a all and are as at be.
Pronouns START. The little girl stands between two people. he sheher him weus it them they.
Bell Ringer Type 2Date List the 3 Cases of Nouns and Pronouns.
Harcourt Lesson 3 Grammar Day 2 and 3 Paragraph Writing.
Sight Words Unit 5 Week 1. always We always help each other.
Pronouns words that take the place of nouns (Antecedent=the noun that the pronoun replaces)
PASSIVE VOICE Re-introduction. Active to Passive Somebody cleans the office every day. [ Subject + Verb (present simple) + object ] The office is cleaned.
Question Formation Review March 23, 2012 Diplomado.
**Action Verbs** Transitive and Intransitive Direct and Indirect Objects.
POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES and OBJECT PRONOUNS. READ. Layla loves her dog. Its name is Skip. Leo and his sisters like to play. Their names are Vicky and Sue.
She. up had has the my did its puts but make.
Help me out. who is he even before we go but come again.
© 2017 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.