Review subjects, predicates (single vs. compound), regular and irregular verbs in the simple past tense and prepositions
within the context of Ron Roy's mystery series. Make the most of your students' independent reading with activities to check comprehension, revisit vocabulary, and practice grammar. This product can be used in groups, pairs or independently.
This product also includes a R-E-A-D worksheet which requires students to proofread and find errors in homophones, spelling, comma usage, possessive noun forms, capitalization, verb form
and more. Students are asked to choose 4 sentences to proofread from among 20 original sentences derived from the story.
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This is a smart choice for ELLs who need to revisit vocabulary again and again to make it stick.
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