Use the following transition words to fill in the blanks below.Transition Wordsin order to
- as a way to; as a means to
- for the reason that; since
- although; in spite of
- too; in addition
"Mike, football time!"
"Sulley, what's up? I cannot play football now.
get good grades, I need to study."
"Mike, I understand. But look at the situation this way.
I don't study that hard, I am still getting decent grades. So just follow my lead, okay?"
"Sulley, I am not talking about getting a B-. I am talking about getting an A+. As in A+ for Academically-Awesome-And-Accredited. You are only getting good grades
I am teaching you on the side. Here's the deal: I have got cool Math exercises to do on Edore. I
have to learn 10 new words in Spanish. Give me 2 hours and I will join afterwards for football."
"Alright, alright. Mr. Academically-Awesome-And-Accredited, or whatever."
Aligned with Common Core:
W.3.1c, W.3.2c, W.3.3c - transition words
W.4.1c, W.4.2c, W.4.3c - transition words
W.5.1c, W.5.2c, W.5.3c - transition words