Comic-strip Grammar: 40 Reproducible Cartoons with Engaging Practice Exercises that Make Learning Grammar Fun

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Scholastic, 2000 - Education - 64 pages
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Tickle your students' funny bones while teaching them about prepostions, pronouns, and other tricky grammar topics with this collection of grammar comics and companion practice exercises. Each reproducible cartoon introduces and explains a simple grammar rule or concept and then challenges students to apply the concept with engaging practice exercises. The cartoons cover a wide range of subjects, inclulding parts of speech, sentences, capitalization, contractions, possessives, and more. For use with Grades 4-8.
 

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