Compound Sentences Activities and Worksheets
This packet includes two worksheets and three activities for literacy stations, all based on simple and compound sentences. Students are required to distinguish between simple and compound sentences, as well as write their own compound sentences.
The Four Types of Sentences: Harder Than It Seems!
Hello Friends, As the teacher of three language arts classes (4th, 5th, and 6th grades), I have been struggling to get my students to really remember the four types of sentences. (sigh...) I keep thinking- SERIOUSLY? YOU CAN'T REMEMBER FOUR TYPES OF SENTENCES FROM ONE DAY TO THE NEXT? HOLY MOLEY! (double sigh...) Then I stopped and thought about it for a few minutes and realized that there was one minor problem. The students, for the most part, just really didn't care. I mean, WHY SHOULD…
With this site students will get to create their own clubhouse. To get pieces for your clubhouse you have to correct a sentence by adding a ...
Monster Sentences - Freebie
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Teaching Writing Ideas and Plans - Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits
Who and What. Students will get a strip of blank paper (or two or three if they are quick workers) and they will go back to their tables and write a Who What sentence.
I don't think I've seen this pinned here, but this would be a huge hit! :) 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 (to keep surgery supplies).
Crafting Power Sentences
This post is about a chart I created with my friends over a three day period. It was really review for us, so the lessons were sort of quick hits. We did a section of the chart, they practiced in their writer's notebook with a quick share. My goal was just to review some areas in writing and grammar that I've seen they need a little reminding about. This is what the chart looked like at the end of day three: As you can see, it's a busy chart. That's why I really suggest doing it as a quick…