Li'l Pete the Preposition #7 Coert Voorhees

Li'l Pete the Preposition #7

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Book Title
Li'l Pete the Preposition #7
Author
Coert Voorhees
ISBN
9781644420140
Li'l Pete the Preposition will lead you down the path toward preposition mastery. It's book seven of the Meet the Parts of Speech series, in which the eight parts of speech are personified based on the roles they play in the sentence. When launching his model rocket in the park, Li'l Pete gets excited and forgets to add objects to his prepositional phrases. Without objects, the prepositions become adverbs, and chaos ensues as the rockets fly up, by, and around with no direction at all. Clear and informative back matter includes textbook-style definitions and examples of prepositions, compound prepositions, and prepositional phrases. In Grammaropolis, adverbs don't just modify verbs; adverbs are bossy. They tell the verbs where to go, when to leave, and how to get there. A pronoun doesn't just replace a noun; Roger the pronoun is a shady character who's always trying to trick Nelson the noun into giving up his spot. The Meet the Parts of Speech series uses the mechanics of character and story (plot, motivation, setting, etc.) to breathe life into what has traditionally been unengaging subject matter. Our story-based approach combines traditional instruction with original narrative content, which appeals to different learning styles, increases both engagement and retention, and encourages students to make a deeper connection with the parts of speech and punctuation marks.Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Coert Voorhees, GrammaropolisPublisher: GrammaropolisPublished: 04/24/2019ISBN: 9781644420140Pages: 32Weight: 0.20lbsSize: 6.50h x 7.50w x 0.20d
Li'l Pete the Preposition will lead you down the path toward preposition mastery. It's book seven of the Meet the Parts of Speech series, in which the eight parts of speech are personified based on the roles they play in the sentence.

When launching his model rocket in the park, Li'l Pete gets excited and forgets to add objects to his prepositional phrases. Without objects, the prepositions become adverbs, and chaos ensues as the rockets fly up, by, and around with no direction at all. Clear and informative back matter includes textbook-style definitions and examples of prepositions, compound prepositions, and prepositional phrases.

In Grammaropolis, adverbs don't just modify verbs; adverbs are bossy. They tell the verbs where to go, when to leave, and how to get there. A pronoun doesn't just replace a noun; Roger the pronoun is a shady character who's always trying to trick Nelson the noun into giving up his spot. The Meet the Parts of Speech series uses the mechanics of character and story (plot, motivation, setting, etc.) to breathe life into what has traditionally been unengaging subject matter.

Our story-based approach combines traditional instruction with original narrative content, which appeals to different learning styles, increases both engagement and retention, and encourages students to make a deeper connection with the parts of speech and punctuation marks.

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Coert Voorhees, Grammaropolis
Publisher: Grammaropolis
Published: 04/24/2019
ISBN: 9781644420140
Pages: 32
Weight: 0.20lbs
Size: 6.50h x 7.50w x 0.20d
Li'l Pete the Preposition will lead you down the path toward preposition mastery. It's book seven of the Meet the Parts of Speech series, in which the eight parts of speech are personified based on the roles they play in the sentence.

When launching his model rocket in the park, Li'l Pete gets excited and forgets to add objects to his prepositional phrases. Without objects, the prepositions become adverbs, and chaos ensues as the rockets fly up, by, and around with no direction at all. Clear and informative back matter includes textbook-style definitions and examples of prepositions, compound prepositions, and prepositional phrases.

In Grammaropolis, adverbs don't just modify verbs; adverbs are bossy. They tell the verbs where to go, when to leave, and how to get there. A pronoun doesn't just replace a noun; Roger the pronoun is a shady character who's always trying to trick Nelson the noun into giving up his spot. The Meet the Parts of Speech series uses the mechanics of character and story (plot, motivation, setting, etc.) to breathe life into what has traditionally been unengaging subject matter.

Our story-based approach combines traditional instruction with original narrative content, which appeals to different learning styles, increases both engagement and retention, and encourages students to make a deeper connection with the parts of speech and punctuation marks.

Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Coert Voorhees, Grammaropolis
Publisher: Grammaropolis
Published: 04/24/2019
ISBN: 9781644420140
Pages: 32
Weight: 0.20lbs
Size: 6.50h x 7.50w x 0.20d