ICDL - International Children's Digital Library Chateau Meddybemps ENGLISH RULES1 Each day that week, they should write a new sentence for each rule. The next week, teach the next rule. Now the students will write a sentence for rules 1-3. Keep teaching new rules, and assigning all the rules learned so far. When the student has learned 6 rules, allow him/her to show more than one rule in a sentence. My kids enjoyed trying to see how few sentences they could write, but still show all the assigned rules. THE RULES and example sentences 1.. 13. 15. 16. "Please," directed the Policeman, "Stay inside your car and show me your drivers license." 17. Dad said, "When I was young, your grandfather would always say, 'Keep the shower curtain inside the tub!' ---------------------------------------------------- 18. January 20, 2001 Dear Mom, (Comma after greeting) I hope your holiday was great. Love, Dan --------------------------------------------------- 19. Mr. Acme Company (Who you are writing to) 1111. Dear Sir: (Semicolon after greeting) Sincerely, Mr. 21. 22. 23. 24. 26. 29. 30.
The complete 10-week Poetry for Kids course - Mankato Homeschooling Here are the links to our entire 10-week free poetry course for kids, ready to start whenever it works for your family. Feel free to work through the course at your own pace, moving faster or slower as needed. (Note: Some people have been having trouble finding the links to each lesson. Click on each week's title in blue bold to go to that article. For instance, to view the lesson plan for week one you just click on "Poetry for Kids Week One..") Here's the full curriculum: Poetry for Kids: Intro What to expect in the course. Poetry for Kids Week One: Cliche busting! Learn about cliches and why they're so bad for poetry. Poetry for Kids Week Two: Finding poetry in song lyrics Learn how lots of poetry tricks (and common mistakes) can also be found in songs, and look for good poetry in lyrics. Poetry for Kids Week Three: Easy poetry forms for kids Learn about found poetry, along with lots of fun and simple poetry forms that kids can try out. Poetry for Kids Week Four: The sounds of good poetry
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Children's Stories - Audio Renditions - Fairy Tales - Nursery Rhymes Homeschool Record Keeping and Grade Reporting | Applecore The Time Machine by H. G. Wells Contents About this Edition This electronic edition of H. This document is in the public domain. This text may also be downloaded in the following formats: Plain ASCII/ISO 8859-1, Zipped: timemach.zipAcrobat PDF file: timemach.pdfPostScript, Zipped: timemach-ps.zip Also by H. The War of the Worlds short stories at east of the web A game of Scrabble has serious consequences. - Length: 4 pages - Age Rating: PG - Genre: Crime, Humor A semi-barbaric king devises a semi-barabaric (but entirely fair) method of criminal trial involving two doors, a beautiful lady and a very hungry tiger. - Length: 7 pages - Genre: Fiction, Humor Sandra performed her little charade in front of the mirror and morphed into the Gisela character on a whim. - Length: 20 pages - Genre: Once upon a time, in a small village snuggled into the side of a wooded valley, lived a candlemaker. - Length: 9 pages - Age Rating: U - Genre: Children Jack Scrimshaw. - Length: 17 pages - Age Rating: 15 Here in Saint Lizard, the one road starts on the cliff by the lighthouse and crawls in circles down to the sea. - Length: 11 pages - Genre: Fiction For the first time, Becca truly realised that grown-ups couldn’t see magic. - Length: 10 pages - Genre: Horror “We left the map behind,” said Annie as they were five hours away from Anstruther, pulling into their own driveway.
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