Using the context of this entertaining Read Aloud, students are asked to identify the naming part when given the action part. The remainder of the worksheet requires them to put the action parts in chronological order, write their own original complete sentence synthesizing their understanding of the story and then rewrite their complete paragraph after the topic sentence which was highlighted at the beginning of the worksheet to reintroduce the grammar (subjects and predicates).
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Begin a Read Aloud with your class and then check comprehension using Summary Strips to chronologically reorder the story: The Magic Tree House: CCSS-Aligned Novel Work
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