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Tải sách Grammar and Punctuation, Grade 1

Rule 1 Sentences........................................................................ 3

Rule 2 Sentences.........................................................................7

Rule 3 Telling Sentences ............................................................11

Rule 4 Asking Sentences........................................................... 15

Rule 5 Pronoun I ....................................................................... 19

Rule 6 Proper Nouns (People and Pets).................................. 23

Rule 7 Proper Nouns (Places) ...................................................27

Rule 8 Proper Nouns (Days of Week) ....................................... 31

Rule 9 Proper Nouns (Months) ................................................ 35

Rule 10 Proper Nouns (Holidays) .............................................. 39

Rule 11 Nouns............................................................................ 43

Rule 12 Verbs ............................................................................. 47

Rule 13 Pronouns ........................................................................ 51

Rule 14 Contractions.................................................................. 55

Rule 15 Contractions.................................................................. 59

Rule 16 Compound Words......................................................... 63

Rule 17 Using I & Me..................................................................67

Rule 18 Using We & Us............................................................... 71

Rule 19 Using They & Them .......................................................75

Rule 20 Plural Nouns (Add s) ......................................................79

Rule 21 Plural Nouns (Add es)................................................... 83

Rule 22 Using Is & Are................................................................87

Rule 23 Possessives .................................................................... 91

Rule 24 Past Tense (Add ed)...................................................... 95

Rule 25 Irregular Verbs.............................................................. 99

Notes to the Teacher ...................................................................103

Grammar and Punctuation Review ............................................104

Student Record Sheet .................................................................. 107

Answer Key .................................................................................108

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Provide regular practice with important grammar and punctuation rules and watch your students’ writing improve! Grammar and Punctuation, Grade 1 presents 25 grade-appropriate rules followed by three activity sheets for practicing each rule. ContentsRule 1 Sentences ........................................................................ 3Rule 2 Sentences .........................................................................7Rule 3 Telling Sentences ............................................................ 11Rule 4 Asking Sentences........................................................... 15Rule 5 Pronoun I ....................................................................... 19Rule 6 Proper Nouns (People and Pets) .................................. 23Rule 7 Proper Nouns (Places) ...................................................27Rule 8 Proper Nouns (Days of Week) ....................................... 31Rule 9 Proper Nouns (Months) ................................................ 35Rule 10 Proper Nouns (Holidays) .............................................. 39Rule 11 Nouns ............................................................................ 43Rule 12 Verbs ............................................................................. 47Rule 13 Pronouns ........................................................................ 51Rule 14 Contractions .................................................................. 55 Rule 15 Contractions .................................................................. 59Rule 16 Compound Words......................................................... 63Rule 17 Using I & Me..................................................................67Rule 18 Using We & Us ............................................................... 71Rule 19 Using They & Them .......................................................75Rule 20 Plural Nouns (Add s) ......................................................79Rule 21 Plural Nouns (Add es) ................................................... 83Rule 22 Using Is & Are................................................................87Rule 23 Possessives .................................................................... 91Rule 24 Past Tense (Add ed) ...................................................... 95Rule 25 Irregular Verbs.............................................................. 99Notes to the Teacher ................................................................... 103Grammar and Punctuation Review ............................................ 104Student Record Sheet .................................................................. 107Answer Key ................................................................................. 108Congratulations on your purchase of some of the fi nest teaching materials in the world. For information about other Evan-Moor products, call 1-800-777-4362 or FAX 1-800-777-4332. Visit our Web site http://www.evan-moor.com. Check the Product Updates link for supplements, additions, and corrections for this book. Entire contents ©2002 by EVAN-MOOR CORP.18 Lower Ragsdale Drive, Monterey, CA 93940-5746.Permission is hereby granted to the individual purchaser to reproduce student materials in this book for noncommercial individual or classroom use only. Permission is not granted for schoolwide, or systemwide, reproduction of materials. Printed in U.S.A.Authors: Doug and Sharman WurstEditor: Chyrl Light Copy Editor: Heather BrashearIllustrator: Jo LarsenDesigner: Keli DavisDesktop: Michelle TapolaCover: Cheryl PuckettCD ROM Development: Keli Davis, Tim NeeceEMC 27113 Practice Pages for Each RuleUse as many reproducible practice pages as appropriate for your students. These pages may be used with the whole class or as independent practice. You may wish to do a single practice page each time you review a rule.Grammar and Punctuation ReviewThis four-page review provides a means of evaluating your students’ acquisition of the grammar and punctuation skills presented. With young students, you may wish to use the review pages one at a time, perhaps using the entire review again at year-end.Student Record SheetOn the student record sheet, the grammar and punctuation skills are keyed to the practice pages and test items.Answer KeyA complete answer key begins on page 108.©2002 by Evan-Moor Corp. 3 Grammar and Punctuation, Grade 2 • EMC 2712Sentencesrammar and Punctuation • Grammar and Punctuation • Grammar and Punctuation • Grammar and PunctRule1©2002 by Evan-Moor Corp. 3 Grammer and Punctuation, Grade 2 • EMC 2712A sentence has a complete thought. Every sentence has two parts. • It names something or someone. • It tells what that something or someone is or does.*The dog runs fast.Ann hit the ball.That boy is happy.*See Notes to the Teacher on page 103 for additional information.©2002 by Evan-Moor Corp. 104 Grammar and Punctuation, Grade 2 • EMC 2712Name_____________________________________________Grammar and Punctuation ReviewPart A, Rules 1–9Circle the letter for each correct answer. A1. Which of these shows the part of a sentence that names something or someone? A My sister wants a pet rabbit. B My sister wants a pet rabbit. A2. Which group of words should begin with a capital letter? A they play soccer after school. B on the soccer fi eld behind the school. A3. Which punctuation mark should go at the end of this sentence? How many students went on the fi eld trip A period (.) B question mark (?) C exclamation mark (!) A4 . Which words should begin with capital letters? A neighbor B sarah A5. A elementary school B mount rushmore A6. A april B holiday A7. Which word names a person, place, or thing? A lake B swim A8. Which word describes a cat? A play B white A9. Which word describes an action? A kick B ballCircle whencompletedNotCorrect1 Identify the two parts of a sentence. 4 5 6 A12 Capitalize the first word in sentences. 8 9 10 A2 3 End sentences with correct punctuation. 12 13 14 A3 4 Capitalize the names of people and pets. 16 17 18 A4 5 Capitalize the names of specific places. 20 21 22 A5 6 Capitalize the names of days, months, holidays. 24 25 26 A6 7 Identify nouns. 28 29 30 A7 8 Identify adjectives. 32 33 34 A8 9 Identify verbs. 36 37 38 A9 10 Identify compound words. 40 41 42 B1 11 Identify contractions. 44 45 46 B2 12 Identify pronouns. 48 49 50 B3 13 Use the words I and me. 52 53 54 B4 14 Use the words we and us. 56 57 58 B5 15 Use the words they and them. 60 61 62 B6 16 Add s or es to make a noun plural. 64 65 66 B7 17 Identify irregular plural nouns. 68 69 70 B8 18 Use the words is and are. 72 73 74 C1 19 Use commas to separate things in a list. 76 77 78 C2 20 Use commas in dates and addresses. 80 81 82 C3 21 Use apostrophes in possessive nouns. 84 85 86 C4 22 Add ed to form past tense verbs. 88 89 90 C5 23 Add endings to nouns and verbs. 92 93 94 C6 24 Identify irregular past tense verbs. 96 97 98 C7 25 Use comparative & superlative words. 100 101 102 C8 Number Correct Rule Skill Activity Pages Review QuestionsGrammar and PunctuationStudent Record SheetName©2002 by Evan-Moor Corp. 107 Grammar and Punctuation, Grade 2 • EMC 2712Rule* EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEB11:e 0llu4lu ) 7u  u R l;7u C:04"Put It TogetherCut and group. Names something or someone Tells what it is or does rode their bikes. Jane and Tamara raced down the street. Two big dogs played checkers. Cindy and Danielpastepastepastepastepastepaste1RuleName_____________________________________________©2002 by Evan-Moor Corp. 5 Grammar and Punctuation, Grade 2 • EMC 2712Parts of a SentenceCircle the part of the sentence that names something or someone. Underline the part of the sentence that tells what that something or someone does.Tom raced down the street. 1. Nick rode his new blue bike. 2. Susie and Toshi played with the dollhouse. 3. The two girls jumped up and down. 4. Becky and her grandmother played in the snow. 5. Jonathan fl ew his paper airplane. 6. Mrs. Smith’s class walked to the lunchroom. 7. Each boy read two books. 8. Isabel won the race. 9. Mom and Dad went to the store.1Rule* EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEB11:e 0llu4lu $ 7u  u R l;7u C:04"What I s a Sentence?Circle the groups of words that are sentences.Tom and Julie played ball. 1. Climbed the mountain and camped. 2. The class went to the library. 3. Marilyn ate her lunch. 4. Susan, Bill, and Jack. 5. The fl ag waved in the wind. 6. The cute little puppy. 7. Sat down on the bench. 8. Five children played tetherball.1B11CC:B70..AC4.A8C C 7A77AC72C1590570 .;C7A723CCCC:04C"About the BookThe features of Grammar and Punctuation, Grade 1 include:25 Rule ChartsReproduce these charts on overhead transparencies for ease of presentation.Choose the rules and the order of use that are appropriate to the needs of your students. Review the charts regularly.R4.lu4.ue#4.A0l l/l 0 A ulu ?lulu ulJluuulu Allu;ulu   l   u'ulu ll u l  =Windows— go to My Computer, double click on the CD drive, then double click on Beg in.exe.MacOS— double click on the CD icon on your desktop, then double click on Begin. After the program starts, you will arrive at the main menu.321About the CD-ROMLoading the ProgramInstalling Adobe® Acrobat® Reader™You need to have Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to access the e-book portion of the CD-ROM. If you do not have Acrobat Reader, go to the main menu of the CD and follow these instructions: 1. Place your cursor over the Click Here link. Wait for the hand and then click. 2. When you see the Acrobat Reader Setup Screen, click the “Next” box. 3. When you see the Destination Location Screen, click the “Next” box. 4. When you see the Setup Complete Screen, click “finish.”Your system will now shut down in order to install Acrobat Reader. Some systems will automatically restart. If yours does not, start it up manually.©2002 by Evan-Moor Corp. 2 Grammar and Punctuation, Grade 1 • EMC 2711Click the Choose a Rule button to display the list of rules.Click on a rule in the list of rules. The rule will be displayed.Click on the arrow button. Rule explanations and examples will be displayed.321When you’re finished, click on to go back to the rules list or click on to go back to the main menu.4Main Menu FeaturesChoose a Rule It’s never been more fun to practice grammar and punctuation! The 25 rule charts found in the book are presented in full-color with an interactive element. To present a whole-class lesson, connect your computer to a projection system. As a review, students may be instructed on how to access specific rule charts during their computer time. View the E-Book• The rule charts, practice pages, and answer key are presented in a printable electronic format. You must have Adobe® Acrobat® Reader™ installed to access the e-book. (See installation instructions in sidebar.)• You may scroll through the entire book page by page or open the “Bookmarks” tab for a clickable table of contents. Hint: This symbol, + for Windows or ikprisoub.civtodnil3oliypgiuodiuRau1il3trtilpitf!odeil3aniuolt5pry-• To print pages from the e-book, click on the printer icon. A print dialog box will open. Enter the page or pages you wish to print in the print range boxes. (At the bottom of the screen, you can see which page of the e-book you are viewing.)• To exit the e-box, simply “X” out until you return to the main menu.E-Book BonusAlso on the e-book is a reproducible rules handbook for students. Each rule is shown with room for students to write their own examples of the rule.ExitThis button closes the program.rammar and Punctuation • Grammar and Punctuation • Grammar and Punctuation • Grammar and PunctRule©2002 by Evan-Moor Corp. 3 Grammar and Punctuation, Grade 1 • EMC 27111A sentence has a whole thought.* Sentence Not a sentence The dog ran. The dog. Bob hits the ball. Hits the ball. A green frog hopped Hopped to the pond. to the pond. My book is about frogs My book. and toads.Sentences*See Notes to the Teacher on page 103 for additional information.RuleName_____________________________________________B11: 04 $ 7    ;7 C:04"1Is It a Sentence?Circle the sentences. 1. I like to play. 2. I like. 3. Runs fast. 4. She runs fast. 5. Maria is happy. 6. Maria is. 7. Josh can jump. 8. Can jump.RuleName_____________________________________________RuleB11: 04  7    ;7 C:04"1Make a SentenceCut and paste to make a sentence. 1. Mark fed 2. The dog chewed on 3. Ten students got on 4. Abby likes 5. Everyone went 6. Fred’s frog his dog. to read. the bus. outside to play. jumped. a bone.pastepastepastepaste pastepasteRuleName_____________________________________________B11: 04 ) 7    ;7 C:04"1Find the SentencesColor the sentences red. 1. Looks up.2. In the sky. 3. This is fun. 4. The shuttle goes fast. 5. It is far away. 6. Let’s take a picture. 7. The shuttle. 8. It is in the sky.rammar and Punctuation • Grammar and Punctuation • Grammar and Punctuation • Grammar and PunctRule©2002 by Evan-Moor Corp. 7 Grammar and Punctuation, Grade 1 • EMC 27112A sentence begins with a capital letter.The box is red.Jan has a pet cat.This flower is pretty.SentencesRuleName_____________________________________________©2002 by Evan-Moor Corp. 8 Grammar and Punctuation, Grade 1 • EMC 27112A Good BeginningCircle the sentences that begin with a capital letter. Fix the sentences that do not begin with a capital letter. 1. Mike fed the animals. 2. the cow is in the fi eld. 3. ana likes horses. 4. The pigs are eating. 5. Chickens are running. 6. my cat is sleeping. 7. The dog is chasing a butterfl y. 8. We named the goat Whiskers.RuleName_____________________________________________B11: 04 ( 7    ;7 C:04"2Capital LettersFix the words that need capital letters. 1. her rabbit is brown. 2. My rabbit has a white tail. 3. the rabbits are hopping. 4. Let’s play with the rabbits. 5. look at his long ears. 6. he has a cute nose. 7. Sue feeds her rabbit. 8. we named the rabbit Fluffy.RuleName_____________________________________________©2002 by Evan-Moor Corp. 10 Grammar and Punctuation, Grade 1 • EMC 27112Yes or No?Does the sentence begin with a capital letter? 1. Let’s make some cookies. yes no 2. we will need a bowl and a spoon. yes no 3. Measure one cup of sugar. yes no 4. Add an egg. yes no 5. mix it up. yes no 6. turn on the oven. yes no 7. Cut out cookie shapes. yes no 8. put them in the oven. yes norammar and Punctuation • Grammar and Punctuation • Grammar and Punctuation • Grammar and PunctRule©2002 by Evan-Moor Corp. 11 Grammar and Punctuation, Grade 1 • EMC 27113A sentence that tells something needs a period (.) at the end.See the fat cat.The bell rang.Six children sang a song.Telling SentencesRuleName_____________________________________________B11: 04  7    ;7 C:04"3End with a PeriodFind each sentence. Put a period at the end. Color the bone. 1. I have four legs 2. Run and play 3. My tail wags when 4. A ball for me I am happy 5. Sometimes Spot 6. My name is SpotRuleName_____________________________________________B11: 04 ! 7    ;7 C:04"3Mixed-up SentencesUnscramble the words. End each sentence with a period. 1. soccer plays Eric ______________________________________________________ 2. to the zoo went I ______________________________________________________ 3. Sam sunfl owers planted ______________________________________________________ 4. jump can rope They ______________________________________________________RuleName_____________________________________________B11: 04 $ 7    ;7 C:04"3Add the EndingFill in the blanks. End each sentence with a period. school Sara ball sky bike bone flower wheels 1. He walked to _______________________ 2. My dog eats a ______________________ 3. They like to play ________________________ 4. My friend’s name is ___________________ 5. She can ride a ______________________ 6. The clouds are in the ________________ 7. My bike has two ____________________ 8. Look at that pretty ___________________rammar and Punctuation • Grammar and Punctuation • Grammar and Punctuation • Grammar and PunctRule©2002 by Evan-Moor Corp. 15 Grammar and Punctuation, Grade 1 • EMC 2711A sentence that asks something needs a question mark (?) at the end.Do you want a cookie?Will you play with me?Why are you crying?4Asking SentencesRuleName_____________________________________________B11: 04 ) 7    ;7 C:04"4Is It a Question?End each asking sentence with a question mark. End each telling sentence with a period. 1. How many students are here todaye2. There are 25 students here today 3. The rug is dirty 4. What happened to the rug 5. Did you make that model car 6. What color will you paint your car 7. Do we have any milk 8. I put milk on my cereal©2002 by Evan-Moor Corp. 17 Grammar and Punctuation, Grade 1 • EMC 2711Rule* OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO4Asking or Telling?Cut and group. Asking Sentences Telling Sentences Do you have I have a pet mouse. We can play a pet mouse? a game. Would you Is your name Mike? Your name is Mike. like to play?paste pastepaste pastepaste pasteRuleName_____________________________________________B11: 04 - 7    ;7 C:04"4Asking SentencesAdd question marks at the end of sentences that ask something. Answer the questions with a telling sentence. Be sure to use a period after your answer. 1. How many sisters do you have  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO2. Your home has two fl oors ______________________________________________________ 3. Do you have any pets ______________________________________________________ 4. What is your favorite fruit ______________________________________________________rammar and Punctuation • Grammar and Punctuation • Grammar and Punctuation • Grammar and PunctRule©2002 by Evan-Moor Corp. 19 Grammar and Punctuation, Grade 1 • EMC 2711Pronoun 5The word I is always capitalized.I like to eat.Ann and I went to the park.When I was born, I had blue eyes.Pronoun TRuleName_____________________________________________B11: 04 1 7    ;7 C:04"5The I SearchCircle the sentences that have a capital I. Fix the sentences that do not have a capital I. 1. Joel and I are friends. 2. i can ride a horse. 3. I can draw a picture. 4. That is the game i like to play. 5. i like that monkey. 6. I will eat an apple. 7. Maria and I like that kitten. 8. i like the circus.RuleName_____________________________________________B11: 04  7    ;7 C:04"5I Did ItWrite a capital I in the blanks. 1. went to the store. 2. Where did put that toy? 3. ate lunch with a friend. 4. read ten pages in that book. 5. This is where spilled the drink. 6. named the fi sh Fred. 7. bought a computer game. 8. can draw a horse.RuleName_____________________________________________©2002 by Evan-Moor Corp. 22 Grammar and Punctuation, Grade 1 • EMC 27115What I LikeColor the picture next to each sentence that has a capital I. 1. I like to play ball. 2. Sue and i like to read. 3. I have a pet bird. 4. May I have a cookie? 5. I can swim. 6. Am i pretty?rammar and Punctuation • Grammar and Punctuation • Grammar and Punctuation • Grammar and PunctRule©2002 by Evan-Moor Corp. 23 Grammar and Punctuation, Grade 1 • EMC 27116The names of people and pets begin with capital letters. Marcus Amy Samuel Mr. Miller Ms. Hill Dr. Rose Sparky Fluff SnowballProper NounsRuleName_____________________________________________B11: 04 $ 7    ;7 C:04"6Name TagsThe names of people begin with capital letters.Fix the name tags.Melissa terryoscar RuthAli Yoshicarl Felipe

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