Sentences with Not -
Complete each answer by using the word not. In most cases this is the clear and obvious choice for you.
Are You a Dragon? -
Circle the picture that answers the question. These questions take many different twists and turns.
Basic Negation -
This is almost an exercise in logic to see if you can think through basic problems. Which ones are not expensive?
Sentence Boxes -
Use one word from each box to create four sentences for each group of boxes.
Use your own paper to write the sentences.
Cut It Out! -
Circle the word or words that correctly answer
the question. Some are out right obvious and others will take time to get use to.
Use Your Senses -
Circle each correct answer. I think you will agree that this is a totally odd setup.
Negative Sentences -
Answer each question using the word not or never. You will need to get a full thought across.
Put it in Sentences -
Rewrite each sentence so that it expresses a negation. Take your time and really think about what is best to say.
Why Not? -
Circle the word or words that correctly answer the question. Some of them do not speak in an easy tone.
I Can See It -
Which one doesn't have hooves? Which cannot be broken?
Expressing Negation -
Study each picture. Then write a sentence about each
picture that express negation.
Not As Described -
Study the picture. Circle the sentences that correctly
describe the picture.
Illustrate It! -
Draw a picture that illustrates each sentence. You may need to remove a few of your thoughts along the way.
Create It -
Study each picture. Then write a sentence about each picture that