Author: Jean Gilliam DeGaetano
The students look at a picture while two similar statements are read about the picture. One statement uses correct grammar and the other statement uses incorrect grammar. The child’s internal language system recognizes the correct grammar and the child then repeats the correct statement. Each lesson has three pairs of statements for each picture, with four pictures used in each lesson. (12 examples of comparative grammar statements on each activity page.) It is great practice for young children who need help in grammar.
Includes: 80 pages