Knocking, tapping, scratching, the sounds were making me frantic. I had to...
Indefinite pronouns do not always have an antecedent. Indefinite pronouns refer to people, places or things often without specifying which ones.
Singular Plural Singular or Plural
another much both all
anybody neither few any
anything nobody many more
any one no one others most
each nothing several none
either one some
In your journal write the sentences below and underline the indefinite pronoun(s).
1. Little is known about the who built Stonehenge.
2 No one knew why some of the pages had been torn from his diary.
3. Few of the classmates knew anything about Susan B. Anthony.
4. The coach asked all of the girls to thoroughly prepare for the match.
5. Did someone remember to turn off all of the lights?
In cursive and in ink write
5 sentences using indefinite pronouns. Circle the indefinite pronoun
used. At least one indefinite pronoun per sentence, but you may use
Dark and dank he crept through the...
1.) Complete in class activity Completed as DLS#1
2.)Choose one column (from today's classroom activity the chart) and write a story about the ideas presented in it.
Inspiration: See photo below. The family below is featuring the ideas of what "home" means to them.
3.) Stories will be shared in the "Author's Chair."
Create your own prompt based on this image. 2 pages. Illustrate an additional page to go with your story.
Twist- invent a sympathetic and unsuspecting villain (antagonist) that is relatable. Why is the villain...the villain? Who is the hero?
Every time I think of home, I think of...
Notes and Reading: 32-34
Page 33 6-10 Relative Pronouns
Page 34 1-5 Interrogative Pronouns
"Doubt sees the obstacles, faith sees the way. Doubt sees the darkest night, faith sees the day." -Anonymous
Concrete & Abstract Nouns
Example: Concrete: magazine, article, fans, teacher
Abstract: friendship, obedience, liberty, justice
Directions: Print (pencil) the sentences below. Underline the nouns. Label each one concrete or abstract.
Rewrite sentence in cursive and ink for penmanship.
1. Obedience is an important quality in a dog.
2. Abraham Lincoln was known for his honesty.
3. Most students take satisfaction in doing good work.
4. Those children had a happy childhood.
5. Your courage when facing danger merited this award.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.