by Beverly Cleary tells the tale of a boy's simple adventures with his dog, Ribsy. Read it aloud to your students and review homophones, proper and common nouns, possessive noun forms, prepositions, subjects and predicates, and sentence structure including coordinating and subordinating conjunctions.
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to see the outline and the answer key from chapters 3-4. The review is divided into three sections of two chapters each. These worksheets can be turned into an interactive notebook. Students glue the pages into a spiral notebook. In the answer key, there are various ideas presented to direct students to complete an activity within their notebook.
You can use these materials with your more advanced students in second grade who already have the background to get more out of the text. Alternatively, you can use these reviews as homework so that parents can work along with their children, enjoy a reading of the story with their child, and remind themselves of the grammar they learned back in elementary school!
Great to file away in your emergency substitute folder!
The purchased download contains 50 pages (24-pages review, 24-pages answer key, and 2-pages summary and outline). This product was updated on September 22, 2014.
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