Writing Sentences, Grade 2
Both teachers and parents appreciate how effectively this series helps students master skills in mathematics and language arts. Each book provides activities that are great for independent work in class, homework assignments, or extra practice to get ahead. Test practice pages are included in most titles.
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Defining the Sentence
Exploring Four Kinds of Sentences
Discovering Subjects and Verbs
Making Subjects and Verbs Agree
Using More Than One Subject
Using More Than One Verb
Ending Sentences with Punctuation
Avoiding Incomplete Sentences
Avoiding Runon Sentences
Figuring Out Word Order
Beginning Sentences with Capital Letters
_______ 9 a/the adjective Answers will vary article d article best friend bike birds birthday board game boy sat capital letter cell phone child color comma command command/request d exclamation compound subject conjunction correct circle darken the correct dog chewed door end punctuation enhanced e-book Example exclamation point favorite flock go bowling go last group of words ice cream cone incomplete sentence item and item kind of sentence letter c subject Name and Name need to agree needs a capital Pick punctuation mark question c command/request Read each group Read each sentence Read each set red hat run-on sentence sentence b sentence sentence c run-on Sentences Directions sings sister skateboard Spotting Sentence statement b question stop subject and verb subject b verb the/a Underline verb c preposition verb need walk Write a sentence