Halloween is perfect for Hansel and Gretel Grammar Fill-Ins! This activity contains an excerpt from Hansel and Gretel, minus 15 words. Students use the grid to insert their own , , , and . Also includes .
This passage begins with Hansel and Gretel starting their third day lost in the woods. They hear a bird singing and follow it to the candy house. They begin eating the house, and at the end of the passage, the witch emerges.
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- with blanks inserted to replace 15 words (2 pages, illustrated)
- where students write in their parts of speech. Parts of speech include: nouns, plural nouns, verbs, adjectives. The grid page includes a brief review of the four parts of speech. (1 page)
- with the original words underlined (2 pages, illustrated)
- 4 cards (1 page)
- The passage is from the original Grimm Brothers text, but I have edited a few words and phrases to the language more easily.
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