Marty tells Dara Lynn that there he saw a snake up on the hill, for he doesn’t want her to go snooping up there and find Shiloh. (because)
This sentence becomes . . .
Marty tells Dara Lynn that he saw a snake up on the hill because he doesn't want her to go snooping up there and find Shiloh.
And then I created bookmarks for four categories of adverbials:
cause and result
time and sequence
Those will go up on TpT for free.
My homophones worksheet for Shiloh is done, so once I've finished the adverbials and conjunctions, I will upload them. Possessive noun forms can wait.