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Brenda Johnson Padgitt Makes Appearance At Pat’s Learning Academy

My Baby Sister FrontCver1ABrenda Johnson Padgitt will make an author appearance on Tuesday March 11, 2014 to read her children’s fiction book “My Baby Sister” at Pat’s Learning Academy located at 3721 W. Camp Wisdom Rd in Dallas, Texas.  My Baby Sister is a children’s fiction book about Danielle who learns that being a big sister can be really cool.  When she was 5 years old her mother announced that a baby sister or brother was on the way.  Danielle’s mother was pregnant with her baby sister. Danielle was excited at first until all the attention went on Kayla.  As Kayla began to crawl and then walk Danielle did not like the hitting, biting, and kicking that Kayla did to her.  Danielle finally learned how to turn the sibling rivalry around.

For more information on Brenda Johnson Padgitt and her books visit www.brendapadgitt.com or www.brendadiannjohnson.wordpress.com.  If you want to find out more about Pat’s Learning Academy you can contact Pat Fowler at 214-966-0144  or visit www.patslearningacademy.comAt Pat’s Learning Academy they provide a school-type setting that is fun, educational, challenging and positive.  Their preschool classes balance a nurturing, safe environment and an academically challenging program. 

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Teachers, Educators, Daycares, Parents

Receive a copy of “The Young Scholar’s Workbook” by Brenda Johnson Padgitt for $9.95 until September 20, 2012.  Regular price is $19.95.  The Young Scholar’s Workbook: Book I Vol. I has over 100 workbook activities for Pre-K to 4th grade.  The workbook includes all core subjects such as Language Arts, Math, Reading, Social Studies, Science and Writing. 

     The Workbook is divided into two sections.  Pre-K to Kindergarten and 1st to 4th grade.  Answer Keys are included at the end of each section.  The workbook curriculum is taken from The Young Scholar’s Book Club FREE Online Educational Program. 

     The Young Scholar’s Book Club is a non-profit organization founded by Brenda Johnson Padgitt in 2011.   Ms. Padgitt’s vision is to help elementary students Pre-K through 4th grade read more, increase in their vocabulary, learn how to analyze and critique what they have read and have fun in the process of learning. 

     Ms. Padgitt hopes to give any student around the world who joins “The Young Scholar’s Book Club,” encouragement, the tools to do better on assignments in school, a broader vocabulary, a love for reading and exploring new information in books. 

     The program offers reading enrichment, tutoring assignments, vocabulary building skills, analytical and critical thinking skills and a whole lot more. 

      The Young Scholar’s Book Club can be accessed at:

www.tysbookclub.com.

     You must order directly from ASWIFTT PUBLISHING, LLC to receive sales promotion.  Workbooks will be on sale for $9.95 until September 20, 2012.   Call 1-800-775-2708 ext. 3030 or ORDER ONLINE

    

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What Are Pronouns?

Activity Worksheet from page  139

The Young Scholar’s Workbook:

Book I Vol. I 

by Brenda Johnson Padgitt

What are Pronouns?  

Proper Nouns?

      A pronoun takes the place of a noun.  Examples of subject pronouns are: I, you, he, she, it, we, you, & they.  Subject pronouns replace nouns that follow the verb be.   Examples of object pronouns are me, you, her, him, it, us, you, & them.  Object pronouns replace nouns after action verbs or after to, for, with, in or at.

      Proper Nouns name a particular person, place or thing.  Proper nouns are also capitalized.  Examples are: Mrs. Dobbs, Atlantic Ocean, Red Sea, Pecan Street, Africa, St. Luke Apartments.

     Directions:  Replace the Proper Nouns in each sentence below with a pronoun.  Write a pronoun below the noun.  The first sentence is done for you. {TYS LA 1st to 4th, 1  110.3(a)(1)(4), 2  110.4(b)(3)(e), 2  110.4(a), 3  110.5(a)(4), 4  110.6(a)(4)}

Sentences:

Rebecca wants a bicycle for a present.

She

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