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June 9, 2022 CG Lessons K-5, CG Seasonal Activities Summer, ELA K-5, ELA Resources - Activities, ELA Seasonal - Summer, ELA Focus - Grammar, Core Grammar

Recognize and Editing Errors in a Summer Story, Grades 3–5

“The Farm” is a story that highlights a refreshing aspect of summer and is a story you can provide to your students to help them avoid the summer slump – that time of year where writing and grammar skills might diminish due to lack of use and practice. With The FarmEditing Errors Activity, students will edit the sentences for spelling errors and to correct the use of nouns and verbs.

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The Farm Editing Errors Activity

Commonly confused words, such as our and are and bye, by, and buy can be practiced with this lesson. This story includes chances for students to ensure they understand agreement between nouns and verbs. Also, commonly confused words, such as our and are and bye, by, and buy can be practiced with this lesson.

To help students stay sharp over the summer, download The FarmEditing Errors Activity to provide them an opportunity to practice editing a summer story. An answer key is also available.

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