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By Jack Umstatter

For English and language arts lecturers in grades 6-12, here is a certain number of over one hundred eighty fun-filled, ready-to-use actions that support construct the abilities your scholars want for test-taking and total educational good fortune. those actions make studying relaxing and stimulating whereas overlaying the whole English curriculum, together with grammar, mechanics, vocabulary, artistic writing, literature, study, and demanding considering.

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Nose NAME ______________________________________________ DATE _____________________ PERIOD ______________ 18. FIRST NAMES ONLY © 2002 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. There are very few people who are recognizable by their first name only. Thus, if you said Bob or Michelle, there could be many people who have that as a first name. Yet, if your answers are correct in this activity, you will spell out the first names of 2 men and 2 women who are known primarily by only their first names. Write each answer’s correct letter in the appropriate space.

Jumble #2 Jumble #1 NAME ______________________________________________ DATE _____________________ PERIOD ______________ 40. A STATELY ACTIVITY The postal abbreviations of 30 states will help you with this activity. Fill in these 30 two-letter state abbreviations to form 15 words. Each two-letter combination is used only once. The abbreviation’s state is listed next to it. © 2002 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 1. AL TA (Alabama) ME (Maine) 2. ANDLE AR (Arkansas) MI 3. ELF CA (California) MO (Missouri) CO (Colorado) MS (Mississippi) CT (Connecticut) MT (Montana) DE (Delaware) ND (North Dakota) FL NE (Nebraska) 4.

On the ocean blue: __ __ __ __ __ Team-Fly® 52 © 2002 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Jumble #1 NAME ______________________________________________ DATE _____________________ PERIOD ______________ 42. REPLACE TWO Each sentence below does not make much sense because of one word. How should you make the sentence correct? First, find the word that is incorrect in the sentence and underline it. Then replace two of that word’s letters with two other letters and write the correct word above the incorrect word.

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