The Printable KISS Workbooks The Fourth Reader Anthology
WHERE DOES EACH BELONG?
Directions: Arrange neatly on a large sheet of paper any two of the following headings: Who, When, Where, What, How. Underneath each of the two headings which you have chosen write all the groups of words given below which properly belong under that heading. Write your name near the bottom of your paper.
 
an Indian squaw 
that first winter 
too late in the season 
a piece of raccoon 
outside of the wigwam 
suddenly 
in Connecticut 

along the street 
when snowflakes fall 
a single doughnut 
noisily 
all his friends 
Rose Fyleman 
a terrible pirate 

some wicked pirates 
anxiously 
above the undergrowth 
some famous people 
on a Virginia plantation 
a little Polish princess 
patiently 

sassafras tea
a real Christmas
these Indian neighbors
at Thanksgiving Time
terribly
in front of the fireplace
a smart red feather

in the cold twilights
the little boy's uncle
after the snowfall
from the north
two tiny nuthatches
in a minute
blindly

the gossipy porpoises
Anthony Over
high in the air
a red-headed man
immediately
across the rose-plot
after many trials


From The Pathway to Reading: Fourth Reader, by Bessie Blackstone Coleman, Willis  L. Uhl, and James Fleming Hosic. N.Y.: Silver, Burdett and Company, 1926, p. 213.