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Scholastic: Making Connections with Transitional Words

Students choose the best transition to connect the ideas and then move it into the correct place in the sentence.
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How does a writer move smoothly from one idea to the next? Transitions! Read through six different sentences to gain a better understanding of how transitions work. Students choose the best transition to connect the ideas and then move it into the correct place in the sentence. After practicing here, students will be ready to try it on their own.

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