Bowling Alley Adjectives
Grammar comes to life in this unique series that uses entertaining sports narratives to teach language arts skills. Each colorfully illustrated title presents a fictional sports event through the eyes of TV announcer Buzz Star and a sidekick kid reporter. In stories designed to amuse as well as educate, press-box banter introduces amusing players and exciting action, while cleverly incorporating sideline coaching on how to identify and use the parts of speech.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
action adjective can tell adjective is formed alley asks Buzz Aunt best bowler bigger biggest blouse blue bright yellow ball Buzz Star Buzz takes capital letter cheering contest Daisy bowled Daisy Field Daisy knocked describes a noun Example famous announcer fans fifty flash Flower Power Bowling flowered shirts folks form comparisons frame greatest gutter ball Hawaiian shirt heavier home the trophy huge Irregular adjectives kind Lauren Lewis long gutters looks match noisy Perry and Daisy Perry bowled Perry Winkle Perry wore pins places Power Bowling League pronoun proper adjective reporter roll says Buzz says Lauren scored shiny shouting smile spare special words spell speller split Stay strike take home Tenpin Tournament Thanks things think Perry throws the ball Thunder Lanes tiny tournament was exciting turn viewers wear flowered whole family Winkle and Daisy winner wooden lanes word that describes yellow ball Daisy