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Saskatchewan

Instructions

1. Read the story selection several times.

2. Look for spelling, capitalization, punctuation, and grammar errors.

3. Find the 20 errors in the passage.

4. Underline or highlight the errors in the reading passage.

5. Print the passage on the lines below making corrections needed.

6. Read your printed passage to ensure that all errors have been found and corrected.

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saskatchewan is the midle "prairie province" It is the fifth largest province in Canada. Saskatchewan is the only province without geographic feature such as a river mountain range or shoreline as a boundary. Regina is the capital city.

Saskatchewan became an province of Canada in September 1, 1905.

The Saskatchewan provincial flag is adopted on Sept 22 1969.  The green represents the provinces northern forests and the yellow or gold its wheet fields. The provincial flower is prominently displayed.

The western red lily, also known as the prairie lily, was declared Saskatchewans provincial flower in April 8, 1941.  It is very rare and is protected.

The sharp-tailed grouse was adopted as Saskatchewans provincial bird in June 29, 1988.

The grouse is often called a prairie chicken' by people in the province even within official documents. However this is not technically correct. The birds are actually sharp-tailed grouse.

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Answers

Saskatchewan is the middle "prairie province". It is the fifth largest province in Canada. Saskatchewan is the only province without geographic features such as a river, mountain range, or shoreline as a boundary. Regina is the capital city.

Saskatchewan became a province of Canada on September 1, 1905.

The Saskatchewan provincial flag was adopted on Sept. 22, 1969.  The green represents the provinces northern forests and the yellow or gold it's wheat fields. The provincial flower is prominently displayed.

The western red lily, also known as the prairie lily, was declared Saskatchewan's provincial flower on April 8, 1941.  It is very rare and is protected.

The sharp-tailed grouse was adopted as Saskatchewan's provincial bird on June 29, 1988.

The grouse is often called a 'prairie chicken' by people in the province, even within official documents. However, this is not technically correct. The birds are actually sharp-tailed grouse.