4 tim displaied his collection in springfield peopleManycollectDaily Fix-Itmany peple collects pennys and other coins.tim displaied his collection in springfieldpenniesdisplayedTim.Springfield
5 Grammar Simple sentence Compound sentence A simple sentence has a subject and verbMany people visit Florida and Tennessee.Compound sentenceA compound sentence has two sentences joined together with a comma before the words and, but or or.My brother went to the zoo, but he did not have fun.
6 GrammarsubjectThe subject of the sentence tells who or what the sentence is about.My car and truck ran out of gas yesterday.predicateThe predicate of the sentences tells what the subject is doing.My grandparents came to visit last week.
7 Grammar noun names a person, place, thing, animal or idea adjectives describes a nounsparkle colorful sharp dull
8 Grammar verb A verb is an action word. It shows action. talk scream hit skipsentenceA sentence is a complete thought. It begins with a capital letter and ends with a punctuation mark. All sentences must have a subject and predicate. They must make sense.
9 Grammar common nouns ice twig girl leaves boy dog city names any person, place, thing, animal or idea.ice twig girl leaves boy dog city
10 Grammar proper noun United States New Zealand July Pacific Ocean Names a particular person, place, thing, animal or idea.Proper nouns begin with a capital letter.In proper nouns of more than one word, the first word and each important word are capitalized. The names of days, months, and holidays are proper nouns.United States New Zealand July Pacific OceanAntarctica Washington Statue of Liberty
11 It names one person, place, thing or animal. Grammarsingular nounsIt names one person, place, thing or animal.ice twig girl leave boy dog city
12 It names more than one person, place, thing or animal. Grammarplural nounsIt names more than one person, place, thing or animal.leaves socks boys dogs
13 Grammarplural nounsA plural noun names more than one person, place, thing, animal or idea. Most nouns add –s or –es to form the plural.
14 irregular plural nouns Grammarirregular plural nounsAn irregular plural noun has a special form for the plural.
15 irregular plural nous nouns Grammarirregular plural nous nounsThe singular noun, mouse, does not add –s or-es to form the plural. Instead it has a special form: mice.leaves socks boys dogs
101 The turkeys gobble softly every morning. We took a shuttle from the parking lot to the stadium.I carried a bottle of water in case I got thirsty.
102 OnomatopoeiaA word that sounds like its meaning is an example of onomatopoeia.Authors use onomatopoeia to reinforce the meaning.Onomatopoeia can also add drama and make writing more lively and interesting.
103 splat shush zip boom Onomatopoeia These words are examples of onomatopoeia.Authors use onomatopoeia to reinforce the meaning.splatshushzipboom
105 Main IdeaOne sentence that tells what the story is about.
106 SynonymsA synonym is a word that has the same or almost the same meaning as another word.Sometimes when you are reading you come across a word you don’t know.The author may give you a synonym for the word. Look for a word that might be a synonym. It can help you understand the meaning of the word you don’t know.