These grammar task cards challenge students to be a Language Detective. Includes 4 sets of 12 task cards. Each card has a sentence with an error. Students must figure out what is wrong with the sentence, and mark it on their answer sheet. Answer keys for each set.
Skills covered: Capitalization, Usage, Punctuation, and Spelling. Fun way to practice for standardized tests.
Teacher Directions and Set Up: Cut out and print the four card sets on cardstock.. You may wish to laminate for durability.
Print out the answer strips so that you have enough for each student. You may wish to make them double-sided to save paper.
Print out at least one copy each of the answer keys.
Cards sets may be used in a variety of ways. You may wish to put them in centers, and switch out the sets for four different days. They can also be distributed to four different groups as a group activity. Answer keys can be used for self- checking. Sets can be rotated to different groups.
You can also use these cards for whole class games like Scoot, or Around the World.
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© Deborah Hayes aka HappyEdugator. For classroom and homeschool use.