Comprehending Negation in Sentences

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By Thomas Webber and Illustrated by Jack Vaughan

Grades 2 & Up

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FD157
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56 illustrated cards to help students learn to understand statements, including negative word "not" statements. Two multiple choice sentences per card. Answer key. Game ideas. 

56 illustrated cards to help students learn to understand statements, including negative word "not" statements. Two multiple choice sentences per card. Answer key. Game ideas. 

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Author(s) Thomas Webber and Illustrated by Jack Vaughan
Topic Critical Thinking, Fun Decks, Grammar and Syntax, Hearing and Sign Language, Reading, Reasoning
Brand Super Duper Publications

Comprehending Negation in Sentences

Comprehending Negation in Sentences Fun Deck has 56 cards to help students understand statements that include the negative word not. Students look at an illustration on the front of the card and then complete two sentences on the back by selecting the answer from three possible choices.

One sentence is an affirmative statement. (The pirate is ... rich.) The other negation sentence uses the word not. (The pirate is not ... male.) The sentences with negation may come first or second, making it very important for students to pay attention.

Comprehending Negation helps students improve their comprehension, inferencing, and critical thinking skills. These cards are excellent for children who have difficulty taking tests.

Comprehending Negation in Sentences Fun Deck includes:

  • 56 cards (3" x 5")
  • Game ideas
  • Answer key
  • Storage tin

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  1. Cool cards
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    These cards are a fun way to work on negation. I like the set up and how you get negation sentences and affirmative statements.

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The Standards listed are for reference only. Please refer to your District Standards for specific lesson planning.