Adjectives worksheet - Section 3: Independent practice

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Awe-inspiring, Extraordinary, Erudite kids

Unit 3: Language and Foundational skills
Lesson 3 of 7

Objective: SWBAT add an adjective to a sentence

Big Idea: We need to turn our children into sophisticated speakers and writers to start them on the way to college and career readiness. I start with an adjective or two.

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