Are you frustrated with students who can't seem to make a proper list of adjectives, nouns, or verbs in their writing assignments? Are you struggling how to teach parallel structure? Make it more interesting with a story about the famous Alexander Porcupine. This worksheet begins with two example sentences to clarify the concept and is followed by nine sentences which lack proper parallel structure which students will correct.
*Note - the worksheet and answer key are on two different pages - the preview thumbnail seems to have combined them.