Sherlock Holmes Grammar Fill-Ins


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Review nouns, plural nouns, and adjectives with Sherlock Holmes Grammar Fill-Ins! This 3-page printable features an excerpt from A Scandal in Bohemia, a short story originally published in The Strand Magazine in 1891.

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This passage describes Count Von Kramm, a masked “Bohemian nobleman” who seeks help from Holmes and Watson early in the story. Of course, Holmes quickly deduces “The Count’s” true identity, and the story begins.

The Sherlock Holmes Grammar Fill-Ins activity contains three pages:

  • Page 1–Passage from A Scandal in Bohemia, with 15 words removed and changed into fill-in-the-blanks. The part of speech needed is listed in parentheses directly underneath the blank. Total passage length=120 words.
  • Page 2–15 fill-in boxes with only the part of speech listed. Students should fill in the boxes before they look at the passage.
  • Page 3–Full 120-word passage from A Scandal in Bohemia, words used in the Grammar Fill-Ins are underlined.


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