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the four kinds of sentences: declarative, interrogative, imperative, exclamatory

The four kinds of sentences: declarative, interrogative, imperative, exclamatory. I love how she personifies the sentences!

Parts of Speech Anchor Charts - Conjunctions

Parts of Speech Anchor Charts - Conjunctions

Locate the conjunction in a sentence and determine its function. This standards aligned activity will help the students understand how a conjunction functions within a sentence. The activity focuses on what the conjunction is connecting, words, sentences,

The Function of Conjunctions Activity

Locate the conjunction in a sentence and determine its function. This standards aligned activity will help the students understand how a conjunction functions within a sentence. The activity focuses on what the conjunction is connecting, words, sentences,

Getting your students to write detailed sentences can be such a difficult task. Come see how my class practices writing expanded sentences with this simple activity.

Expanding Sentences

SENTENCE EXPANSION (W) Getting your students to write detailed sentences can be such a difficult task. Come see how my class practices writing expanded sentences with this simple activity.

Poof! Sentence Types – Players draw a strip and identify if it’s a sentence or fragment. If correct, they keep the strip. If they draw Poof!, they lose their strips.

Sentence Types – Players draw a strip and identify if it’s a sentence or fragment. If correct, they keep the strip. If they draw Poof!, they lose their strips.

Teaching To Inspire In 5th: Hands On Test Prep for Upper Grades

Sentence Surgery…laminated unedited sentence strips, bandaid strips for ending punctuation, small round bandages for commas and quotations, tongue depressors to mark capitalization, and ‘Emergency Kit’ paper bags w/ red cross on them. how fun!

FREE. Written primarily for 3rd through 5th grade. A worksheet explaining what run-on sentences are, why students write them, and then offering practice at correcting them.

Run-on Sentences: FREE. A worksheet explaining what run-on sentences are, why students write them, and then offering practice at correcting them.

Second Grade Punctuation Worksheets: Ending Punctuation

Ending Punctuation

How do you know if a sentence is a question or a statement? Your child can practice her ending punctuation marks with this worksheet.

Four Types of Sentences

Caitlin Grady teachers her fourth graders about the four types of sentences through text and song!

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