Maurice Sendak Book
Where the Wild Things Are
Maurice Sendak’s Themes
Children deal with tragedies and difficult situations. Dark Themes
Shel Silverstein’s Themes
Cleverness, Creativity, Imagination,Love, Compassion, loyalty
Shel Silverstein’s Books
Where the Side Walk EndsThe Giving TreeA Light in The Attic
Dr. Seuss Themes
Save the environment, Pollution, Perseverance.

Prounouns
Words that replace a noun.He, she, we, I, us, them, me, my, you they, them, there,
Proper Nouns
Specific nouns that start with capital letters.
Auxiliary
Additional Help and support
Auxiliary Verbs
Helping Verbs such as (have, be, and do). State of being.Does Sam write all his own reports?
Transitive Verb
They assist a direct objectJoe will send the price quote as soon as he can.
adjectives
Describing words based on observation.

Modify nouns and pronouns. Which?What Kind of?How many?Size, Shape, Color, Texture, feeling, and can be comparitive. Tiny, round, green, soft, or greasy.

Contractions
When two shortened words are combined with an apostrophe.(I’m, you’re, wouldn’t, couldn’t, can’t, shouldn’t, I’ll, you’ll, it’s, I’ve)
Conjunction
Words that make compound sentences.

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(And, Nor, or, for, but, yet, so, although)

Direct Object
A noun receiving the action of a verb.
Prepositions
Describe time and place. Such as extended time, closer, higher, and lower.Of, at below, above, outside, out, in, on, for, next, near, because of, between
Prefix
Pre meaning before a word.Un-, Re-, Anti-, Dis-, Over-
Suffix
Are word endings.s, es, ing, ed, est, er, en
Affix
It can be word stuck to the beginning or end of to change it’s meaning (Prefix and Suffix).Co- operate = cooperate De- sign = designHope -less = hopeless Cup -ful = cupful
Adverb
They modify verbs and adjectives.

I quickly ate my sandwich. I =pronoun quickly=adverb ate=verb my=pronoun sandwich= nounEndings -ly,

Complex Sentences
Have one independent clause (sentence) and one or more dependent clauses (incomplete sentences). They clarify important ideas by starting with transitional statements that go between sentences.When he was younger, Mike had many dogs.
Dependent clause
Introduce by subordinating conjunction (although, such as, while, whenever, in case that, or because) or a relative pronoun (who or which).
Subordinating Conjunctions
Time: (After, before, when, while)Cause and Effect: (Because, since, now that)Opposition: (Although, Even though, Where as)Condition: (If, unless, only if)