Language Arts Week 5

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Topics: pronouns, pronoun case, review, adjectives
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Beowulf’s Grammar
Beowulf's Grammar
p. 39p. 40-42p. 43-44p. 45-47
Workbook activityp. 47 Adjective boxes (draw or paste items)
Review sheetsWeek 5 MondayWeek 5 WednesdayWeek 5 Friday
Beowulf's Grammar Teacher's Manual
Teacher’s Manual
p. 24-26 Animal Report printables
Grammar Tie-ins (A Buffet)
BooksHairy, Scary, Ordinary: What Is an Adjective? (Words Are CATegorical ®)
Extra ActivitiesPrintable: Brian Cleary adjective poster
Printable: Brian Cleary adjective coloring page
Printable: Brian Cleary: My Bad Babysitter
Time Capsule: A Seriously Awesome Journalp. 21
Illustration School: Let's Draw a Storyp. 28-31 Scene 4: Forest Stew
Q&A a Day for Kids: A Three-Year Journal
Don't Forget to Write for the Elementary Grades: 50 Enthralling and Effective Writing Lessons (Ages 5 to 12)Choose a day to do this lesson.
p. 51 (Part 1 Archaeologists) Supplies: measuring devices (ruler, measuring tape, etc.), a box, various “clean” trash items or objects from around the house, p. 56 printout
Extra: Read the book Archaeologists Dig for Clues.
Optional printables: Archaeology coloring book and information

Activity: Reconstruct a pot archaeology activity
A Child's Introduction to Poetry (Revised and Updated): Listen While You Learn About the Magic Words That Have Moved Mountains, Won Battles, and Made Us Laugh and Cryp. 17-19 The Villanelle
Favorite Poems Old and New: Selected For Boys and Girls
Where the Sidewalk Ends: Poems and Drawings
Choose 1-2 poems to read this week. Work on memorizing a poem.
Vocabulary and Spelling
Word Roots
The Modern SpellerCopywork




Review and
Literature, Reading, and Stories
The Right Word: Roget and His ThesaurusRead today.
Scholastic Student Thesaurus
Look at and explore this book together. See how it works. Define and discuss synonyms.
Printables packetp. 12 Making lists printablep. 13 Using a thesaurus
Note: You may need to help a younger student look up the words. Point out how the words are in alphabetical order.
ExtrasPrintable Alphabet-O Words game
Free Reading
Read-Aloud book
Parent Homework
Jim Trelease's Read-Aloud Handbook: Eighth EditionJim Trelease’s Read-Aloud HandbookChapter 1: Why Read Aloud?Chapter 2: When to Begin (and End) Read-AloudChapter 3: The Stages of Read-AloudChapter 4: Sustained Silent Reading and Reading for PleasureChapter 5: The Importance of Dads

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