All the selections in this Grammar Reader deal with pets or would be pets. Several are animals observed in the wild.
Some grammar books consider preposition to be a difficult concept to teach, but these books helped children who did not know how to identify a preposition to do so with ease.
One of the teachers who taught Wanda years ago successfully did this abbreviated form of diagramming with her first grade classes. Wanda was amazed by the idea of teaching at such a young age something that she had found helpful in high school. She tried it with young children with the same success. Wanda knows of nothing else on the market quite like these booklets. A side benefit is that the beginning grammar readers also gently teach grammar to the teacher who feels insecure in this area.
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