(verb) : To cobble something together in an inventive manner.
I think I overuse this word (if possible).
We recently moved this past summer. Before our current, oh-so-spacious home we used to live in a great little townhouse. That was the problem, thought. It was little. In efforts to save space my husband took one of my half bookshelves and a half cabinet, stacked them on top of each other, and then fastened them together in the back.
That's what I call my "Franken-cabinet" or "Franken-shelf".
That being said, perhaps you will now understand my newest center! I call it . . .
This is a fun way to get your kids to pay attention to reading for meaning. Students must rearrange and piece together these broken sentences to create a working sentence. Each sentence must make sense.
This package includes 10 sets of sentences, recording sheet, and answer key. The 1st 5 sets show capitalization and punctuation that can be used as clues when piecing the sentences together. The last 5 sets do not have punctuation or capitalization and will be more challenging.
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