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Combining sentences with adjectives and adverbs silly sentence writing activity

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Draw one animal, one adjective, and one predicate out of a hat. First, combine the animal and adjective together into one sentence (ex. bird + angry = The bird was angry). Next, combine the animal and predicate together into one sentence (bird + bought a new dog = The bird bought a new dog). Then, combine the animal, adjective, and predicate all into one sentence (ex. bird + angry + bought a new dog= The angry bird bought a new dog.) Finally, fill in the title with your last combined sentence (ex. The day that the angry bird bought a new dog). Then write a short story (at least 5 sentences) about the situation written in your title. Be sure to add a picture at the top when you are finished!
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