From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler
won the Newbery Award in 1968 and is still popular with fourth-graders. What a great context to compare and contrast New York City during Claudia and Jamie's adventure and NYC today. This unique product reviews homophones, proper, common, and possessive nouns, subjects and predicates and sentence structure.
How to use this product:
As Homework: Do a Read Aloud in class and assign a second, more careful reading with the worksheets for homework.
In Literature Circles: Use it as an activity for those fast-finishers.
In your Emergency Substitute File: A great use of your students' time when you have to be out of your classroom.
As Extra Credit: Make the extra work you ask students to do count.
Before a Writing Assignment: Use it to review how to proofread and connect ideas into well-written sentences.
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