Grammar for Minecrafters: Grades 1-2: Activities to Help Kids Boost Reading and Language Skills!--An Unofficial Activity Book (Aligns with Common Core
Erin Falligant (Author)
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DescriptionPerfect for fans of Minecraft to get extra grammar power for reading and writing success! This kid-friendly workbook features well-loved video game characters and concepts to reinforce the development of first- and second-grade grammar to reach national Common Core language arts standards. Colorfully-illustrated and high-interest practice pages and activities use golden swords, enchanted treasures, friendly farm animals, dangerous mobs, and heroes like Steve and Alex to add an element of fun to learning grammar rules and improving writing and reading skills.
- Practice and apply capitalization and punctuation rules
- Write a complete sentence with proper word order and end punctuation
- Learn to use commas, apostrophes, and spelling rules like a pro!
- Develop their writing and reading skills and increase their confidence in school!
- Fun, colorful, kid-friendly learning pages for even the most reluctant learner
- Engaging themes and characters to interest young gamers
Learners of all levels can enjoy an exciting, skill-building grammar adventure in the Overworld. Perfect for Minecrafters who learn at all paces, Grammar for Minecrafters: Grades 1-2 is as exciting as it is educational-and is just what your little learner needs to get ahead academically!
April 18, 2023
8.54 X 10.95 X 0.24 inches | 0.68 pounds
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About the Author
Erin Falligant has written more than 30 books for kids, including picture books, advice books, and educational Minecraft workbooks. She is the author of ADHD Success for Minecrafters, Confidence-Building Activities for Minecrafters, Friendship-Building Activities for Minecrafters, and Mindfulness Activities for Minecrafters. Erin has a master's degree in child psychology and writes from her home in Madison, Wisconsin.