Union Chapel and Hawthorn
It was nice to visit with so many of you during Parent Teacher's Conferences.
I always enjoy meeting with the parents of my students and sitting with your child's teacher as we go over your child's strengths and goals.
When school and home work together
I see great strides in student achievement.
If you have any concerns at any time, please call or email me. Know that
your child is important to me.
words are often linked to sites I have made to help them or
sites that I have found on the web.
You will also see some learning games to help your child understand the concepts.
author's reason for writing. To Inform Entertain Comma
and a conjunction. Can
help you understand a new or difficult word. Most
Shows action or ownership
Words with opposite meanings
Takes the place of letters
What makes something happen.
People and Animals in the
Tell How Things are Alike
Two or more ideas joined with
Two simple sentences joined
Putting two words together to
make another word
Tells or asks someone to do
Draw Conclusions About a
A Short form of two words
Tell How Things are Different
Tells about the Idea
The thing that happens from the cause
Used at the end of a sentence when showing strong feelings.
Based on Real Evidence
Actions that will happen
Helps main verb show action
(to make a statement)
Read between the lines
Endings that change when the
number of objects change.
Joins the subject to a noun
or adjective in the predicate
Shows what the subject does
or is doing
Name a person, place or thing
Information based on what a
Past Tense Verbs
Actions that happened before.
Used at the end of a sentence when stating a command or telling a statement.
What happens in the story
Plural Irregular Nouns
More than 1 person place or thing
Shows ownership ‘s
Tells who or what owns something
Tells what the subject does
or what it is.
Thinking what will happen
Added to the beginning of the
Present Tense Verbs
Actions that happen now
Start with a capital letter.
A specific person, place, thing
Used at the end of a sentence when asking a question in writing.
Run On Sentence
Two or more ideas joined
together without proper punctuation.
Tells a Complete Thought
Subject and a Verb
The Order of a Story
Where and When a story takes
One person, place, thing
A Sentence That Tells
Does the action in the
Tell only the most important
things that happened in a story.
Words with the same or
Added to the end of the word.
A word that shows action.
Made of a main verb and one or more helping verbs
Tells when the action
The author's reason for writing.
Comma and a conjunction.But, and or because
Can help you understand a new or difficult word.Pictures, word ending or other words to help you figure out an unfamiliar word
Most important Idea( to learn) in a story
Park Hill Schools
will not have classes from November 25-27
due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
Classes will resume
Monday, November 30.
For those of you who have
computers check my web pages for more useful information.
There are interactive games and good resources.
It can be found on the Park Hill Web Site under your official school web site as well as
Again I want to emphasize
that you need to sit with your children while they are
on the internet. Sometimes recommended internet sites
can change without my knowledge.
Wishing all of you a safe and wonderful holiday.