By Dan Greenberg
Tickle your scholars humorous bones whereas educating them approximately prepostions, pronouns, and different difficult grammar issues with this choice of grammar comics and significant other perform routines. each one reproducible caricature introduces and explains an easy grammar rule or idea after which demanding situations scholars to use the idea that with attractive perform routines. The cartoons hide quite a lot of matters, inclulding elements of speech, sentences, capitalization, contractions, possessives, and more.
For use with Grades 4-8
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Extra resources for Comic-Strip Grammar 40 Reproducible Cartoons with Engaging Practice Exercises That Make Learning Grammar Fun
I’ll meet you at the other corner. Name: ______________________________________________________________ Quotation Marks I LIVE AT HA-HA’S featuring Woovis A farmer hires a bunch of elephants to walk all over his potato field. ” Get it? YOU ANSWER IT! Yuk yuk! Har har. Finally, one of the elephants asks the farmer, “Why do you want us to trample your potato crop? Ha ha. Woovis tells a good joke, but he missed some quotation marks. Can you find them? GRAMMAR WORKSHOP When do you use quotation marks?
4. If Woovis had (got/gotten) even five dollars for the painting, he would have been happy. 5. Three years ago, Woovis (go/went) to Paris to study art. 6. There, he (speak/spoke) to some of the world’s great artists. 7. They all (tell/told) him that he had absolutely no talent. 47 Name: ______________________________________________________________ Perfect Tense SUPERSTITION featuring Monica and Rudy Nope. I never have been superstitious. I never will be superstitious. Because it’s bad luck. How come?
Casually 3. politely 4. thoroughly 5. very 6. slowly (ate) 7. gradually (rose) 8. frantically (cried) 9. : really, very (1–10: Answers will vary) Trash Time (page 19) You Answer It: into 1. at 3. for 5. on 7. into the swimming pool 9 with water. 2. with 4. inside 6. of 8. on the watchband Review Section 1 (page 20) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 15. name is Woovis dog I am dog. (adj) We welcome you page (adj) We wanted to make page (adj) page contains problems This (adj) It contains story dog Woovis.
Comic-Strip Grammar 40 Reproducible Cartoons with Engaging Practice Exercises That Make Learning Grammar Fun by Dan Greenberg