Komebukuro (rice bag) were pieced of fragments of precious cotton cloth, and used when rice was given as a gift or an offering. This one (late 19th to early 20th century) has checked, striped and katazome (stencil-dyed) fabrics. A wooden tag has the owner's name. It's unusually large, about 20" on a side. More photos at click
3-page lesson includes systematic explanation and examples of fragments, independent clauses, dependent clauses, editing suggestions for run-on sentences, comma splice, and FANBOYS. Includes worksheet and answer key. $1.50
Examples from two faeces of Triassic age (230 million years old) include delicate remains of beetles in one, and a half-complete fish and fragments of crushed bivalves in the other. Large and impressive fossils from carnivorous dinosaurs like Tyrannosaurus rex are famous the world over....
KNITTING HISTORY 101 at link! "The oldest real knitting (formed on two sticks by pulling loops through loops) we've got is 'Coptic socks' from Egypt, from around the year 1000 CE. There are quite a few fragments, all of them done in shades of white and indigo, in stockinette. Many of them have Khufic (a decorative Arabic script) blessings knit into them, or symbols to ward off evil, or both." We assume knitting had been around a while before then, given the complexity of this work!
$ St. Patrick's Day Sentence or Fragment Printable. This activity was created to help your students seeking to obtain mastery in the area of sentences and fragments identification.This activity includes:- Teacher instructions/example of product - Activites with usage of fragments and sentences- Answer keys provided-