Spooky & Silly: Mix Mad Libs & Parts of Speech to Make a Funny Story!
BEWARE! Flashlight required and silliness up ahead! In this one-time class, your child will have a __________ time filling out Mad Libs and reviewing basic part of speech!
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In this one time class, your child will have a __________ time filling out Mad Libs and reviewing basic part of speech! Learning parts of speech is an important, albeit frightening, part of any student's school career. Unfortunately, many students finish their education without a firm grasp on the difference between an adjective and an adverb, or even between a noun and a verb. In this class children will get fun and meaningful practice by taking part in a game of Mad Libs. But it doesn't...
Students will improve their understanding of basic parts of speech, increase their understanding of how words function in a sentence and construct correct sentences. Participate in group discussion, and increase collaborative learning skills. Students will listen actively and think critically.
1 file available upon enrollmentStudents will need a flashlight and the optional one-page printout for them draw an illustration to go along with our SPOOKY and silly story (you will receive it when you sign up for the class.)
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Museum Educator and Homeschool Mom
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
7 total reviews
17 completed classes
Hello, I'm Ms. Rebeka, a life long learner turned teacher! Let me tell you about myself. I am an educator with the World Awareness Children's Museum located in upstate New York, USA. Downstairs is where all the hands-on, interactive exhibits...