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Your students learn about the Mona Lisa as they solve escape room challenges (grammar, grades 4-8) and ultimately create their own Mona Lisa collaborative poster for their classroom! Great fun, memorable, and engaging! #artwithjennyk #brainwavesinstruction
How to Use Commas in Compound Sentences with Coordinating Conjunctions
Get these 8 grammar mini anchor charts to glue in your students interactive writing journals. They are a great resource to help your students remember some important grammar rules. Topics included: Punctuation Rules, Capitalization Rules, Comma Rules, Quotation Marks, Subject and Verb Agreement, Subject and Predicate, and Compound and Complex Sentences!
This FREE grammar activity challenges a student to think critically by selecting the best word that would not otherwise fit in each sentence. #GrammarErrors #MiddleSchoolEnglish #HighSchoolEnglish
CommonLit is a FREE collection of hundreds of high-quality non-fiction articles, short stories, historical documents, poems, and more. Each text comes with background information, rigorous text-dependent questions, discussion questions, and other teacher resources. www.commonlit.org
Grammar crackers website... A variety of grammar lessons - great for weekly lessons; includes brief lesson at beginning, model examples, and several practice questions.
Add some color to your grammar lesson plans. Have students color and create while studying language basics.