Add Charlotte's Web
to your Language Arts block and review grammar through this engaging contextualized activity. Students read two complete sentences and place down a rectangle with the appropriate coordinating conjunction to join the two independent clauses into a compound sentence. All items are original and derive from the story. Use this along with Literature Circles or in your Emergency Substitute File after your students have read the entire story. Download the free preview
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• then check out Charlotte's Web: Novel Work for Grammar Gurus
. This product targets basic sentence structure and parts of speech and also includes a review of homophones and compound words. Students are introduced to compound subjects and predicates all within the context of this classic tale of friendship.
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