Review grammar using the context of this entertaining story about a fifth grader who challenges his Language Arts teacher and makes up his own word for pen. This activity presents thirty-one original
sentences about the story which highlight a plural noun, a singular possessive noun, or a plural possessive noun. Students categorize these original sentences into a chart. You can use this in small groups or with individual students. Perfect to accompany your Read Aloud!
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