Grammar Galaxy: Protostar: Mission Manual (Grammar Galaxy Mission Manuals) (Volume 2) by Melanie Wilson

Grammar Galaxy: Protostar: Mission Manual (Grammar Galaxy Mission Manuals) (Volume 2)

Book Title: Grammar Galaxy: Protostar: Mission Manual (Grammar Galaxy Mission Manuals) (Volume 2)

Publisher: Fun to Learn Books

ISBN: 0996570330

Author: Melanie Wilson


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The Grammar Galaxy Protostar Mission Manual is the workbook that is part of a complete language arts curriculum for third to sixth graders. The Grammar Galaxy Protostar text (required and purchased separately) uses short, comical stories to teach concepts in a memorable way. Students discover the havoc that ensues when the evil Gremlin tampers with the English language.Classic books are moved to a long-term care library and can't be read. Meanings of word roots are confused when the Word Ancestry site is hacked. Some pronouns can't be used when a judge issues them a restraining order for being possessive.The royal English children invite students to become fellow grammar guardians in order to save the galaxy from crises like these. After students or teachers read one of the mysteries from the separate text, young guardians complete a corresponding mission with three short steps in this manual. The Grammar Galaxy Protostar Mission Manual is especially appropriate for readers at a third-grade level or those who have completed Grammar Galaxy Nebula. Missions for Advanced Guardians make it flexible enough to use with students through sixth grade. Grammar Galaxy Protostar, the second in a series of language arts texts for third to sixth graders, teaches: *literary concepts *vocabulary *spelling *grammar *composition and *speaking Grammar Galaxy Protostar is a great choice for homeschoolers, teachers, and parents: *Whose student can read and write at about a third-grade level *Who want their student to have excellent reading, writing, and speaking skills *Who want their student to spend less time doing seatwork and more time reading and writing for fun Homeschooling mother, Elizabeth, writes: You really did it. You truly made grammar fun. I didn't think it was possible but you obviously deserve some kind of medal! THANK YOU!