Conjunctive adverbs connect two clauses and infer a relationship whether cause and effect (so, for), sequence of events (then, finally, meanwhile, next, subsequently, now, thereafter), contrast (accordingly, consequently, in contrast, yet) or comparison (comparatively, equally, in comparison, likewise, similarly).
Conjunctive Adverbs & Subordinating Conjunctions Team Game Revised in July 2016!Are your students having trouble distinguishing conjunctive adverbs and subordinating conjunctions? We all know that a failure to differentiate these two kinds of words is a key indicator of future trouble with fragments and comma splices.
Conjunctive Adverbs & Subordinating Conjunctions Team Game
Included are five parts of speech mystery pictures with answer keys. They include the following parts of speech:-Nouns-Pronouns-Verbs-Adverbs-Adjectives-Prepositions-Conjunctions-InterjectionsBe sure to download my FREE Parts of Speech Posters to go along with this activity!This product is part of my Parts of Speech Mystery Pictures Complete All Year Bundle where you can purchase the entire year of mystery pictures at a discount!
Use the visual of a puzzle to learn how conjunctions "join" sentences together. Students are presented with sentence parts on puzzle pieces and different coloured puzzle pieces to link sentences in the middle with a conjunction.The activity includes coordinating conjunctions (and, so, or), conjunctive adverbs (however,otherwise) and subordinate conjunctions (because, when, if).Great for small groups, literacy/language groups and speech therapyPrint and laminate for best results!Have…