Andrew and Allen Learn about Adverbs

by Joanna Jarc Robinson

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Summary

Andrew and Allen are taking notes about animals at the zoo. They use adverbs to describe where, when, and how the animals move, eat, sleep, and play. Do the giraffes graze gracefully? Does the bear sleep peacefully? Concepts covered include: basic definition and usage of adverbs; comparative adverbs; adjective modifiers and other adverbs; recognizing adverbs; spelling: ly, ily, ely; and superlative adverbs. Writing activity in the back reinforces text concepts. Glossary and additional resources.

The Language Builders series helps young readers learn how to use the English language correctly. They join in on the fun as friends learn the basics of finding different types of words in a sentence and using them correctly. Each book in the Language Builders series covers a different part of speech. From adjectives to interjections, they learn how these parts of speech electrify writing – wow! Activities in the back of the book provide additional information and practice identifying and using each part of speech.

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Details

  • Series
    Language Builders
  • Genre
    Non-Fiction
  • Copyright
    2015
  • Grade Level
    2-4
  • Fountas & Pinnell Level
    P
  • Lexile Level
    540L
  • Reading Level
    3.9
  • Dewey Number
    516
  • Binding
    Hardcover
  • ISBN
    978-1-59953-669-9