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IntroductionComprehensive Language Arts Spiraled ReviewDo you wish you had a great spiral Language Arts Review / Bell Work /Warm Up Work / Homework resource? Need one that covers every 4thgrade Language Arts objective, plus some 3rd grade objectives for review? Iwas always struggling to pull together resources for all my 4th grade needs,plus 3rd grade skills that needed review. I am pleased to publish thiscomprehensive Language Arts Review that does just that! This resource is aspiral review of all language arts objectives covered by 4th grade CommonCore and TEKS (for Texas teachers). Also included are many 3rd gradeobjectives that need review.-36 Weeks, 5 Days Per Week!-Full-Sized 11” x 8-1/2” practice sheet for each day of the week!-Friday Quiz that includes questions covered during the week!-Use for Warm-Up, Bell Work, Homework or targeted practice!-Easily avoids loss of skills due to lack of practice!Introduction – Page 1

As Warm-Up WorkOne way to use this comprehensive resource is to use one sheet each dayfor warm-up or bell work. This should take students about five minutes.Then, review the completed questions with your students. This may takeanother 5-10 minutes – time very well spent, as you are spiraling througheach objective many times throughout the year. On Thursday, students taketheir completed sheets home and study for the quiz on Friday. This is agreat way to communicate to parents what is being studied at school! Andparents will love you for the study guide!Friday QuizEach question on the quiz is a repeat of a question from during the week. Ifstudents study or remember the questions from the week, they can earn100% on every Friday quiz! Friday’s quiz can be a weekly Language Artsgrade.HomeworkAnother way to use this resource is for homework. Each week has a coversheet, so you can easily copy the whole week’s packet at one time. I send ahomework packet home on Monday, and it’s due on Friday. You can still giveIntroduction – Page 2the quiz on Friday as a homework or quiz grade.

Answer KeysThe answer keys are conveniently located at the back of the resource andclearly labeled by objective. Thus, you can easily skim through the answer keyto find a particular objective you need to review. There are manypossibilities when you have such a comprehensive review as this resource.Objectives CoveredEvery single objective is covered many times, including: Types of sentences;sentence structure; parts of speech (nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs,prepositions); spelling; contractions; possessives; similes; metaphors; irregularplurals; prepositional phrases; subject/verb agreement; prefixes and suffixes;irregular verbs; Greek and Latin roots; reflexive pronouns; correlativeconjunctions; analogies; homophones; relative pronouns; order of adjectives;progressive verb tenses; relative adverbs; progressive adverbs; comparativeand superlative adjectives; proper nouns; punctuation, including emphasis ondialogue, commas and ending marks; hyperbole; sensory language;personification; onomatopoeia; double negatives; subordinating conjunctions;progressive verbs; reflexive pronouns; proper adjectives; demonstrativeadjectives; and dependent clauses.Introduction – Page 3

Each day includes:-a sentence to be edited-a revising and editing question in test format-three other topics from the list of objectives above!ContentsThis resource contains 180 pages of student practice sheets, a cover sheetfor each week (36 cover sheets), and 36 answer keys, for a total of over250 sheets in this comprehensive review packet.The Last WeekThe last week of school is always challenging to keep students’ interest. Thus,the last week of this review includes riddles, palindromes, hink pinks, and hinkypinkies! Easy for Teachers; Fun for Kids!I hope you will be as pleased with this Language Arts Review as I am.Rose Kasper atBell to Bell with Rosie

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5-Minute Language ReviewPlace a by the complete sentences. Place anWeek 1, Monday by the incomplete sentences.NameCircle the nouns. Underline the verbs. Hint: Some words might be both!1. Today is the first day of school.booksbackpacknewslettershine2. So happy to be here today!learnfriendsteachteacher3. I packed a great lunch to bring on my first day.scissorsmarkdeskrecess4. The best day ever to begin fourth grade.musicsingreadpledgeRewrite the sentence correctly. Compact your letters on the lines and write neatly.my grandma bought me some school supplies at wal-martCircle the words spelled correctly.What change is needed, if any?My favorite book is afternoon on the bercuddleA. change afternoon on the amazon toAfternoon On The AmazonB. change afternoon on the amazon toAfternoon On the AmazonC. change afternoon on the amazon toAfternoon on the AmazonChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box. Rosie’s Resources

5-Minute Language ReviewPlace a by the complete sentences. Place anWeek 1, Tuesday by the incomplete sentences.1. We started fourth grade this year.2. My teacher is the best teacher in town!3. Sitting by my friends at lunch and playing at recess.NameCircle the common nouns. Capitalize the proper nouns.backpackglenbrook elementaryclassmatestuesdaylaughterjessiestreetthe magic treehousejello4. Best year ever in the history of my school!Rewrite the sentence correctly. Compact your letters on the lines and write neatly.my sister and i just moved to sunnyview elementary schoolSpell the words correctly.scriblepadleWhat change is needed, if any?Did you get your work finished today.A. change Did to didB. change finished to finishtwafleC. change the period to a question markdropedD. make no changeChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box. Rosie’s Resources

5-Minute Language ReviewPlace a by the complete sentences. Place anWeek 1, Wednesday by the incomplete sentences.1. Pete ran right home after school.2. Cleaned up his room before Mom arrived.3. Then Pete fixed himself a bologna sandwich.NameCircle the nouns. Underline the verbs. Hint: Some words might be cootglitterprintLabor Dayearthquakeloosencousinsyesterdayribs4. Pete’s little doggie with the long, floppy ears.Rewrite the sentence correctly. Compact your letters on the lines and write neatly.mom, may i help you in the kitchenDraw a line between the syllables of the words.middleyellowdresshammersuddengrillWhat change is needed, if any?The Washington express news is our daily newspaper.A. change the period to a question markB. change express news to Express NewsC. change daily newspaper to Daily NewspaperD. no change is neededChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box. Rosie’s Resources

5-Minute Language ReviewPlace a by the complete sentences. Place anWeek 1, Thursday by the incomplete sentences.NameCapitalize the titles correctly.1. Many problems in math and lots of stories in readingclass.the dallas morning newsafternoon on the amazon2. Jumped in my clothes and raced out the door!civil war on sundayamerica, the beautiful3. Without any help from my sister, cleaned my room.the lost and found dogmy day at the zoo4. I ran all the way home after school.return of the jedithe cat in the hatRewrite the sentence correctly. Compact your letters on the lines and write neatly.did you cry when you read charlotte’s webWrite the contraction.can notdoes notWhat change is needed, if any?She doesnt want to miss the trip to the library.A. change doesnt to doesn’tB. change want to wan’twould haveC. change the period to a question markwe willD. make no changeChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box. Rosie’s Resources

5-Minute Language ReviewPlace a by the complete sentences. Place anWeek 1 Quiz by the incomplete sentences.NameCircle the nouns. Underline the verbs.1. I have a little puppy at home.puppysearchedfoundkennel2. Cutest dog in the whole, wide world!foodboughtplaybed3. Looked for a puppy for many weeks.Circle the common nouns. Capitalize the proper nouns.4. We finally found him advertised in the paper.atlanta daily newspuppiesbookhow to care for your puppyRewrite the sentence correctly. Compact your letters on the lines and write neatly.mom, may i help you in the kitchenWrite the contraction.What change is needed, if any?can notwould haveSpell the words correctly.We found my new puppy in the savannah daily press.A. change puppy to pupyB. change savannah daily press to Savannah DailyPressmidlehamer Rosie’s ResourcesC. change the period to a question markD. make no changeChallenge: On the back, write as many contractions anddouble consonant words as you can.

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5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 2, MondayWhich type is the sentence?NameCircle the similes.My favorite cafeteria lunch is corn dogs, green beans,and strawberries.A declarativeCimperativeB interrogativeDexclamatory1. Yesterday’s weather was as hot as the equator.2. Grandma’s hair is as white as snow.3. Hailey felt like a grownup when her mom asked her to babysitfor her little sister.4. When Jamie sits on his daddy’s shoulders, he feels as tall asthe oak tree.Rewrite the sentence correctly. Compact your letters on the lines and write neatly.the judge sayed that brians cookies was the bestest in the contestWrite the plural of each word.loafhalfleafshelfChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box.What change is needed, if any?“That was a great football game” exclaimed Michael.A. add quotation marks after the periodB. add an exclamation point after gameC. add a period after gameD. make no change Rosie’s Resources

5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 2, TuesdayWhich type are the sentences?NameCircle the similes.1. Christopher was happy as a clam when he met new friends inhis class.I can’t figure this out!A declarativeCimperative2. Jeannette’s little sister is cute as a kitten!B interrogativeDexclamatory3. I was blind as a bat when the electricity went off.4. Under the covers, I felt as snug as a bug in a rug.Rewrite the sentence correctly. Compact your letters on the lines and write neatly.can i use the restroom please, asked eddieWrite the plural of each word.wifeelfcalfknifeChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box.What change is needed, if any?Sarah asked, “After recess, will we read anotherchapter in our book.”?A. change the comma after asked to a question markB. change After to afterC. change .”? to ?”D. make no change Rosie’s Resources

5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 2, WednesdayWhich type is the sentence?NameCircle the similes.Where did I leave my umbrella?A declarativeCimperativeB interrogativeDexclamatory1. Standing by the stove, Jessie was warm as toast.2. The football player’s shoulders were broad as a building.3. The old man’s beard was rough as sandpaper.4. Watching that movie was like watching grass grow.Rewrite the sentence correctly. Compact your letters on the lines and write neatly.were going to the movies with there cousins on saturdayWrite the plural of each word.glassbrushclasscrashChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box.What change is needed, if any?“When we get home, may we play a game” asked Tony.A. add a comma after gameB. change the period to a question markC. add a question mark after gameD. make no change Rosie’s Resources

5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 2, ThursdayNameWhich type is the sentence?Write a great sentence using the simile.Susan, please clear the dishes off the table.brave as a lionA declarativeCimperativeB interrogativeDexclamatoryRewrite the sentence correctly. Compact your letters on the lines and write neatly.me and my grandpa was going to Wal-Mart too by groceries for momWrite the plural of each word.beachWhat change is needed, if any?“Mom, may we bake cookies, please?” asked Jayden?lunchA. change the question mark after Jayden to aperiodsandwichB. change the question mark after please to a commachurchChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box.C. delete the quotation marks in front of MomD. make no change Rosie’s Resources

5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 2, QuizWhich type is the sentence?NameCircle the similes.1. Grandma’s hair is white as snow.Where did I leave my umbrella?A declarativeCimperativeB interrogativeDexclamatory2. Watching that movie was like watching grass grow.3. Hailey felt like a grownup when her mom asked her to babysitfor her little sister.4. I was blind as a bat when the electricity went off.Rewrite the sentence correctly. Compact your letters on the lines and write neatly.were going to the movies with there cousins on saturdayWrite the plural of each word.knifeleafbrushchurchChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box.What change is needed, if any?“That was a great football game” exclaimed Michael.A. add quotation marks after the periodB. add an exclamation point after gameC. add a period after gameD. make no change Rosie’s Resources

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5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 3, MondayPlace a by the compound sentences that are joined correctly.1. I like dogs, but my sister likes cats.NameCircle the prepositions. Underline the prepositional phrases.1. Jayden found his puppy sleeping under his bed.2. Dogs like to play fetch, but cats like to play withyarn.2. Hannah cuddled with her kitten on the sofa.3. Emily fed the dog and Jason fed the cat.4. Her pets have food and water dishes on the floor by the backdoor.3. Lucia always feeds her pets after school.Combine the two simple sentences into one compound sentence.My dalmation puppy has brown spots. Mia’s puppy has black spots.Write the plural of each word.manfootchildwomanChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box.What change is needed, if any?Sara likes cocker spaniels, and Natalie likes poodles.A. change the comma to a period.B. delete the commaC. change and to thenD. make no change Rosie’s Resources

5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 3, TuesdayPlace a by the compound sentences that are joined correctly.NameCircle the prepositions. Underline the prepositional phrases.1. My dog hates baths, but he is all muddy!1. We found Spotty hiding under the porch.2. I asked Mom if I could give him a bath and shesaid yes.2. We whistled so Spotty would come to us.3. I gathered all the supplies but we couldn’t findLucky anywhere.3. Spotty finally ran out, but he darted across the yard.4. We chased after Spotty for thirty minutes!Combine the two simple sentences into one compound sentence.Spotty was all muddy. He didn’t want to take a bath.Write the plural of each word.toothmousegoosesheepChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box.What change is needed, if any?We caught Spotty and he finally got his bath.A. add a comma after SpottyB. change the period to a question markC. change Spotty to spottyD. make no change Rosie’s Resources

5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 3, WednesdayNamePlace a by the compound sentences that are joined correctly.Circle the prepositions. Underline the prepositional phrases.1. Dad said I could choose my puppy’s name as soonas we adopted him or we could wait a week.1. Cooper greets me at the door when I come home from school.2. We found him in front of Cooper’s BBQ so Iwanted to name him Cooper.2. I drop my books on the floor and throw my arms around hisneck.3. My whole family agreed it was a great name, sowe named him Cooper.3. I lie down on the floor, and Cooper slobbers all over me.4. Then we play in the backyard for 30 minutes.Combine the two simple sentences into one compound sentence.Cooper might be a bit messy. He’s the best dog in the world!Write a prepositional phrase using the preposition.What is the best way to combine the two sentences?underCooper is my dog. He’s my responsibility.overaroundafterChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box.A. Cooper is my dog, then he’s my responsibility.B. Cooper is my dog, but he’s my responsibility.C. Cooper is my dog, so he’s my responsibility. Rosie’s Resources

5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 3, ThursdayNamePlace a by the compound sentences that are joined correctly.Circle the prepositions. Underline the prepositional phrases.1. My dog’s name is Gracie, and she’s myresponsibility.1. Sometimes my dog, Gracie, sleeps in my bed with me.2. Gracie would never hurt anyone but she can surebark a lot!2. She curls up either under the covers or on top of my pillow.3. Mom said Gracie would have to be a little quieter,or she would have to stay in my room.4. Then Gracie keeps jumping up the side of my bed to see whatI’m doing.3. If Mom comes in my room, Gracie has to get on the floor.Combine the two simple sentences into one compound sentence.Gracie doesn’t like getting a bath. It’s better than being smelly!Write a prepositional phrase using the preposition.throughwitharoundbelowChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box.Which sentence is written correctly?A. “Is it time to feed Gracie,” asked Mariana.B. “Is it time to feed Gracie” asked Mariana?C. “Is it time to feed Gracie?” asked Mariana?D. “Is it time to feed Gracie?” asked Mariana. Rosie’s Resources

5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 3, QuizNamePlace a by the compound sentences that are joined correctly.Circle the prepositions. Underline the prepositional phrases.1. My aunt is visually impaired and she has a guidedog named Joey.1. Dad parked the car in the garage.2. Guide dogs are well-trained so they can be goodhelpers to blind people.3. Joey is a Golden Retriever, but many breeds canbecome guide dogs.2. I found my book under the bed.3. My best friend lives across the street.4. We baked a cake for my mom’s birthday.Combine the two simple sentences into one compound sentence.Cooper might be a bit messy. He’s the best dog in the world!Write the plural of each word.toothmousemanfootChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box.What change, if any, should be made to the sentence?My dog was smelly so I gave her a bath.A. change the period to a question markB. add a comma after smellyC. change so to butD. make no change Rosie’s Resources

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5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 4, MondayPlace a by the sentences with correct subject and verb agreement.NameCircle the prefixes. Write what the word means.1. Chloe and David both own collie dogs.unwanted2. Hailey owns a terrier.unhurt3. Aubrey and Diego owns a schnauzer.nonfat4. Pablo own a dog.nonsenseRewrite the sentence correctly.does madelyn and ella have a black and white puppyWrite the past tense of the verbs.eatfallfreezegiveChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box.What change is needed, if any?Does Gabriel and Sophie have time to walk the dog?A. change have to hasB. change the question mark to a periodC. change Does to DoD. make no change Rosie’s Resources

5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 4, TuesdayNamePlace a by the sentences with correct subject and verb agreement.Circle the prefix. Write what the word means.1. Either the collie dog or the Shetland sheep dog isgood at herding sheep.misbehave2. Either the St. Bernard or the German shepherdare a good rescue dog.3. Jenny or Tamara will train the dog for rescuemissions.misreaddisabledisagreeRewrite the sentence correctly.are jack or ryan going to the dog show on tuesdayWrite the past tense of the verbs.beginbringbuildchooseChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box.What change is needed, if any?Lucas is going to feed the dog and Nora is going towalk him.A. change Lucas is to Lucas areB. add a comma after dogC. add a comma after andD. make no change Rosie’s Resources

5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 4, WednesdayPlace a by the sentences with correct subject and verb agreement.1. Dogs shows is a great sport for dogs and theirowners.2. At dog shows, all the dogs are judged to seewhich dog is the best dog in its breed.3. The dogs is judged by their overall appearanceand their gait, or the way they move.NameCircle the prefix. Write what the word means.preschoolreviewunderfedoverworkedRewrite the sentence correctly.ben are entering his dog in the dog show but logan will just watchWrite the past tense of the verbs.fallleaveflycomeChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box.What change is needed, if any?The competition is begining at 9:00 a.m. onJanuary 14, 2014.A. change is to areB. delete the comma after 14C. change begining to beginningD. make no change Rosie’s Resources

5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 4, ThursdayPlace a by the sentences with correct subject and verb agreement.1. The St. Bernard and the Great Dane are two ofthe largest breeds of dogs.2. No matter the size, most dogs is loved by theirowners.3. Owners of dogs is needing to learn the proper wayto care for their dogs.NameCircle the prefix. Write what the word means.immobileimpossibleinaccurateillegalRewrite the sentence correctly.i want to train police dogs when i grow up said jasonWrite the past tense of the verbs.payputridesleepChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box.What change is needed, if any?German shepherds are good at protecting policeofficers, and locating evidence.A. delete the commaB. change police officers to Police OfficersC. change are to isD. make no change Rosie’s Resources

5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 4, QuizPlace a by the sentences with correct subject and verb agreement.1. Either the collie dog or the Shetland sheep dog isgood at herding sheep.2. At dog shows, all the dogs is judged to see whichdog is the best dog in its breed.3. Aubrey and Diego owns a schnauzer.NameCircle the prefix. Write what the word means.unwantedmisreadreviewinaccurateRewrite the sentence correctly.i want to train police dogs when i grow up said jasonWrite the past tense of the verbs.freezechoosefallrideChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box.What change is needed, if any?Will Nora brush Lucky, or is it Steven’s turn.A. delete the commaB. change Steven’s to StevensC. change the period to a question markD. make no change Rosie’s Resources

5-MinuteLanguage ReviewWeek 5Name

5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 5, MondayPlace a by the sentences with a compound subject.1. Beanie Babies are a popular toy made by the TyCompany.2. Suzanne and Kaitlyn have Beanie Baby collections.3. Both kids and adults have enjoyed collectingBeanie Babies since 1995.NameCircle the Greek or Latin roots. Write what the roots mean. Hint:Sometimes there are more than one Greek or Latin roots in one word!telescopebicycleRewrite the sentence correctly.angela bought the beanie baby handbook to research her beanie baby collectionCircle the adjectives. Underline the nouns they describe.bold knightgreen grassfive puppiesnew suppliesChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box.What change is needed, if any?“I would like to start a Beanie Baby collection” saidJessica.A. change Beanie Baby to beanie babyB. insert a period after collectionC. insert a comma after collectionD. make no change Rosie’s Resources

5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 5, TuesdayPlace a by the sentences with a compound subject.1. Legos and Lincoln Logs are sets of toy buildingblocks.2. Legos are made from plastic, but Lincoln Logs aremade from wood.NameCircle the Greek or Latin roots. Write what the roots mean. Hint:Sometimes there are more than one Greek or Latin roots in one word!tricyclebiography3. Carter and Dylan each have large sets of Legos.Rewrite the sentence correctly.where is my lego spider man wailed joshuaCircle the adjectives. Underline the nouns they describe.1. Mom signed the important paper.2. The house was built of wooden logs.What change is needed, if any?“Do you like the cabin I built from my Lincoln Logs,”asked Luke proudly.A. change the comma to a question mark3. The playground was filled withjoyous children.B. change the period to a question mark4. Jacob lost his plastic Lego.D. make no changeChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box.C. delete the quotation marks Rosie’s Resources

5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 5, WednesdayPlace a by the sentences with a compound subject.NameCircle the Greek or Latin roots. Write what the roots mean. Hint:Sometimes there are more than one Greek or Latin roots in one word!1. People ride bicycles for transportation all overthe world.automobile2. BMX Bikes and the Schwinn Bicycle Company areAmerican companies that build bicycles.autobiography3. The bicycle’s basic design has not changed muchsince bicycles were invented.Rewrite the sentence correctly.the schwinn bicycle company was started in chicago illinois in 1885Circle the adjectives. Underline the nouns they describe.What change is needed, if any?1. Josie got a red bicycle for herbirthday.Riding bicycles running marathons and swimming are myfavorite leisure activities.2. Bicycles have inflatable tires.A. change running marathons to Running Marathons.3. A BMX bike has a fantastic design.B. insert a comma after bicycles4. Leading the race were five cyclistsfrom Florida.D. make no changeChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box.C. change and to or Rosie’s Resources

5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 5, ThursdayPlace a by the sentences with a compound subject.1. A surfboard and a skateboard are similar in someways.2. Surfers in California wanted something to doafter they were done surfing on the ocean waves.NameCircle the Greek or Latin roots. Write what the roots mean. Hint:Sometimes there are more than one Greek or Latin roots in one word!aquariumthermometer3. Torger Johnson and Woody Woodward were earlyskateboarders.Rewrite the sentence correctly.tony hawk was born may 12 1968 in san diego californiaCircle the adjectives. Underline the nouns they describe.1. Harry is in fourth grade.2. I read the first chapter of the book.3. Mom made mashed potatoes fordinner.4. The Camaro has a powerful engine.Challenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box.What change is needed, if any?Tony builds magnificent skateboards produces videosand performs impressive stunts.A. change videos to videoesB. change builds to built.C. insert a comma after skateboardsD. make no change Rosie’s Resources

5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 5, QuizPlace a by the sentences with a compound subject.1. Jessie and Rosa have Beanie Baby collections.NameCircle the Greek or Latin roots. Write what the roots mean. Hint:Sometimes there are more than one Greek or Latin roots in one word!biography2. People ride bicycles all over the world.3. Torger Johnson and Woody Woodward were earlyskateboarders.tricycleRewrite the sentence correctly.where is my lego spider man wailed joshuaCircle the adjectives. Underline the nouns they describe.1. Zach used plastic Legos to build arobot.2. Valerie is in fourth grade.3. The Batmobile has a powerfulengine.4. Tom’s yellow parakeet sings loudly.Challenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box.What change is needed, if any?Riding bicycles running marathons and swimming are myfavorite leisure activities.A. change running marathons to Running Marathons.B. insert a comma after bicyclesC. change and to orD. make no change Rosie’s Resources

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5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 6, MondayPlace a by the sentences with a compound predicate.NameCircle the part of the word that has the sh sound.1. Frogs can jump and swim.vacationmusicianrepetitionlotion2. Frogs live around water and eat insects.worshippartialmotionpermission3. Frogs lay their eggs in the mushroomprofession4. The eggs hatch and turn into tadpoles.Rewrite the sentence correctly.where did you go on vacation last year asked braydenCircle the adverbs. Underline the verbs they describe.smiled happilyWhat is the best way to combine the sentences?Frogs are tailless. Frogs eat insects.speaks slowlyA. Frogs are tailless and frogs eat insects.visited yesterdayB. Frogs are tailless frogs eat insects.delivered dailyChallenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own5-Minute Warm-Up questions similar to the questions in the box.C. Frogs are tailless and eat insects. Rosie’s Resources

5-Minute Language ReviewWeek 6, TuesdayNameWrite either –sion , -tion, or –ion to complete each word.Write the base word and the suffix.Place a by the sentences with a compound predicate.1. Toads have

sudden slober cuddle What change is needed, if any? My favorite book is afternoon on the amazon. A. change afternoon on the amazon to Afternoon On The Amazon B. change afternoon on the amazon to Afternoon On the Amazon C. change afternoon on the amazon to Afternoon on the Amazon Challenge: Choose one box above. On the back, write your own

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