In “Let’s Eat,” students read sentences and use context clues
and to determine a missing word. Each missing word contains the letters eat
somewhere in it.
Also included are ideas for classroom use
, an introduction and example for students
, and an answer key
This activity has a Flesch-Kincaid reading level
of grade 3 and 4
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