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Sunday, March 8, 2009

ALL CHANGE! Mar. 8, 2010

Change the words in the sentence below as indicated. You can only change the exact word in the sequence given; after someone else has posted the next change, then you can post another change. For instance, student 1 writes #1 Subject Noun, and changes the subject noun; Student 2 writes #2 Direct Object Noun, and changes that noun. Each student only makes one change at a time and keeps to the order indicated.If you complete all 7 changes, then start making more changes again from 1 to 7. Each student should build on the changes that the previous students make. 

Yasmin excitedly rode her new bicycle to school.


1. change the subject noun 2. change the direct object noun
3. change the indirect object noun 4. change the adjective
5. change the adverb 6. change the verb name
7. change the verb tense

9 comments:

Daniel.H said...

Susie excitedly rode her new bicycle to school.

Joanne T said...

2. direct object nown:
Susie excitedly rode her new skateboard to school.

Veronica Baig said...

DANIEL: Good:-)
JOANNE: Another good answer:-)

Daniel.H said...

Susie excitedly rode her new skateboard to the mall.

Joanne T said...

4. adjective: Susie excitedly rode her red skateboard to the mall

Daniel.H said...

5. adverb:

Susie carefully rode her red skateboard to the mall.

Veronica Baig said...

JOANNE: Yes!
DANIEL:Good and good:-)

Joanne T said...

6: Verb Name:

Susie carefully maneuvered her red skateboard to the mall.

Veronica Baig said...

JOANNE: Another good change:-)