Grammar Step 14: Commands 2 Digital
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Action. Article. Noun. Preposition. Verb. Commands Part 2 slowly increases complexity by combining two actions with an object. Children read a card, do what it says, and then symbolize the phrase. All of the phrases in this packet contain two actions and one object and follow the same pattern:
- Includes 10 Command Cards
- All text is black
After this activity, move on to Commands Part 3.
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