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Wacky Web Tales(2)

Wacky Web Tales Wacky Web Tales is a fun and interactive grammar review, similar to the old "MadLibs" game that some of us recall. Students fill in blanks for different parts of speech (adjective, transitive verb) and, when they're done, the program inserts these volunteered words into a story, creating
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Wacky Web Tales


Wacky Web Tales is a fun and interactive grammar review, similar to the old "MadLibs" game that some of us recall. Students fill in blanks for different parts of speech (adjective, transitive verb) and, when they're done, the program inserts these volunteered words into a story, creating some very funny combinations. A section called "Parts of Speech Help" provides brief definitions and examples to help students remember the job each part of speech plays.

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