Grammar has always been a tough sell for students. Grammar Comics helps to alleviate the boredom many students feel when learning grammar by adding an element of fun.
Grammar Comics: Sentence Problems addresses some of the most common errors students face with sentences: vague pronouns, run-on sentences, sentence fragments, misplaced modifiers, subject verb agreement, and parellel structure. Each lesson is told as a comic with multiple examples. Then a worksheet follows with additional instruction. An answer key with additional instructions for teaching each lesson is included as well.
Many teachers have found Grammar Comics to be a helpful addition to the classroom. Please check out the other products I have for sale for additional comics based on the parts of speech, vocabulary, and poetry.
Please like me at facebook.com/davidrickertillustrator. I will post new products and projects and other things I find interesting.
Ask David Rickert a question. They will receive an automated email and will return to answer you as soon as possible.
Please Login to ask your question.
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:
Mr. Rickert, I loved using the "Run-on Sentences" comics. I did notice a small typo on page 11. It says ". . .Your job is to make reading as clear and effortless and possible. . ." Of course, you meant "as possible," but it is a typo. Thought you would like to know.