Last year, Grammar Nerds Club launched a fun winter challenge with a free set of 20 Brashcards. Our popular #WinterBrashcardsChallenge was created with the goal of helping your students keep their diagramming skills sharp during their winter break from school.
Last year's challenge included 20 sentences that accompanied the book Detectives in Togas. We also provided a downloadable packet of resources for teachers and tutors that included Brash sticker charts, flyers for parents (with instructions on printing their downloads), Clubhouse ID cards (punch cards), and Brash Ca$h.
In preparation for this year's challenge, we'd love some feedback from our Brashcard fans. Which of the following books would you like to see our #WinterBrashcardsChallenge feature? Put your choice in the comments, and let us know if you used these successfully last year with Detectives in Togas!
- King Arthur: Tales from the Round Table
- One Thousand and One Arabian Nights
- The King's Shadow
- Robin Hood
- The Door in the Wall
- Adam of the Road
- Crispin: The Cross of Lead
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I would say King Arthur, Robin Hood or The Door in the Wall (in that order 😉)
We enjoyed the Detectives in Togas brash cards last year and look forward to the new installment! Too many good choices but my top three in order are: King Arthur, The Door in the Wall and Crispin.
King Arthur or Robin Hood