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Errors in SCW page 31 (Read Aloud Ed)

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    Errors in SCW page 31 (Read Aloud Ed)

    In the box at the top, it's giving examples of sentences with proper nouns. The question (Who studied electricity?) does not contain a proper noun.

    At the bottom of the page, it says to answer the question, "What was the name of Benjamin Franklin's newspaper?" The answer in the Teacher Guide is, "Benjamin Franklin's newspaper was called Poor Richard's Almanac. Poor Richard's Almanac wasn't a newspaper. In the book it was called a calendar (a yearly publication). Benjamin Franklin did own a newspaper (the Pennsylvania Gazette), but I don't recall it being mentioned in the book. So, I think the question should read, "What was the name of Benjamin Franklin's calendar?"
    Cheryl, mom to:

    ds 26, graduated
    ds 25, graduated
    dd 11th Grade
    dd 8th Grade
    ds 6th Grade

    Thank you, Cheryl!