You're an avid birdwatcher and volunteer at the magnificent Aves Nature Reserve. Your daily wildlife reports include where different bird species were seen, their number, food choices, and any nests or eggs. Well-written accounts give you the recognition you seek for landing future employment, perhaps someday becoming Aves' Director of Conservation.
Using word cards, build sentences for your daily wildlife report. Earn recognition points from word values, matching sentence patterns, and finding what birds need to survive. Win with the most points or, if solo, enough to reach a recognition goal.
One-player mode is a fun way to sharpen your skills and learn new approaches to creating better sentences. As your skills grow, so will your achievements.
Play the One Player version online using Tabletopia. If you are new to Tabletopia read its Beginner's Guide.
Who would think learning grammar could be so much fun?
Birds and Words was designed to be easy and fun for beginner readers, visual learners, and English language learners. Because it asks students to use the 5 parts of a sentence and the 8 parts of speech, it is an ideal supplimental activity that complies with many national and state English curriculum standards. See the Educator's Guide for more details. Birds and Words makes learning English grammar a fun, creative, and rewarding personal achievement event.
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|Publish Date||April 15, 2021|
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