By School Specialty Publishing

ISBN-10: 0769683061

ISBN-13: 9780769683065

Our confirmed Spectrum Language Arts grade 6 workbook gains 184 pages of basics in grammar and sentence constitution. lately up to date to present nationwide criteria, together with assistance for clearer writing, proofreading actions, and mixing sentences. This workbook for kids a while eleven to twelve contains workouts that toughen mechanics and punctuation to help in constructing talent. Language Arts talents comprise: ~Gerunds ~Colons and semicolons ~Double unfavourable ~Writer's advisor Our best-selling Spectrum Language Arts sequence beneficial properties age-appropriate workbooks for Kindergarten to grade 6. built with the newest standards-based instructing tools that offer certain perform in language arts basics to make sure winning studying

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6. Annie can’t baby sit, so Laurie is coming in front of the Bs. 7. It was raining so hard it was difficult to see since the babysitter is here. 8. Swimming is permitted if you stay beyond the forest. 21 Prepositional Phrases Solve It The following sentences describe the above scene. However, the prepositions are missing. Look at the picture and complete the sentences. 1. The kids played ____________________ the fence. 2. A cat looked ____________________ a window. 3. A squirrel sat ____________________ the roof.

A compound sentence can be two sentences joined with a comma and a coordinate conjunction. He didn’t think he was a fan of Shakespeare, yet he enjoyed the play. A compound sentence can also be two simple sentences joined by a semicolon. He didn’t think he was a fan of Shakespeare; he enjoyed the play. Match It Match simple sentences in Column A with simple sentences in Column B to create compound sentences. Write the compound sentences and remember to add either a coordinate conjunction or punctuation.

6. Kay brought (a, an, the) orange to go with her lunch. 7. (A, An, The) orange sweater looked best on Karley. 8. Not (a, an, the) hour went by that they didn’t think about each other. 9. (A, An, The) Kensington Trail is beautiful. 10. Lynn wants to buy (a, an, the) blue or red bracelet. 22 Articles Proof It Proofread the following paragraph. Change any incorrect articles to the correct ones. – deletes incorrect letters, words, punctuation ^ – inserts correct letters, words, punctuation The Tonys Almost everyone has heard of the Oscars, an Emmys, and a Golden Globe Awards.

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