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English - Sentence structure

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The tips on this Stretch a Sentence chart will help students learn to write better by from the start. Chart includes reproducibles and/or activity ideas on the back to reinforce writing skills. Kindergarten Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Teaching Resources, Teaching Vocabulary, Speech Activities, Teaching Materials, Writing Lessons, Writing Skills

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Speak in complete sentences when appropriate. Complete sentences - good visual to have in room. A lot of my high schoolers come to me at elementary reading and writing levels, so this will be helpful! Sentence Anchor Chart, Writing Anchor Charts, Sentence Writing, Writing Sentences, Grammar Anchor Charts, Parts Of A Sentence, Writing Complete Sentences, Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing

Acquainted: My Classroom!

Topic this week: 3 of My Favorite Areas in My Classroom! (pics taken at the first of the year, just so you know) 1- My CAFE Board for Daily 3! I love it. My students refer to them ALL THE TIME just for reassurance that we have learned about things. 2- My Voices Board for writing. 3- My Anchor Chart board is by far my top pick. This is used multiple times a day. I don't have a full picture of it, but I will take one first thing in the morning! Here are some close-ups. I can fit 5 large charts…

Writing Strong Sentences plus lots of writing anchor charts Writing Strategies, Writing Lessons, Writing Resources, Writing Ideas, Writing Process, Writing Activities, Comprehension Strategies, Montessori Activities, Learning Process

Some School Stuff...

I just wanted to share a few of the fun things we've been working on in first grade since Christmas. I've been pretty much terrible aboout...

Teaching Kids to Write Super Sentences - Strategies and free seasonal printables to encourage students to add detail to their sentences. A really great resource on writing sentences Writing Strategies, Writing Lessons, Writing Resources, Writing Ideas, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Writing Services, Teaching Strategies, Writing Activities

Teaching Kids to Write Super Sentences

How do you encourage your students to write longer, more interesting sentences? You know what will happen if you simply them to write longer sentences... they'll just add more words to the end, resulting in long, rambling run-ons! After struggling with this problem myself, I developed a three-step process to help my students turn boring sentences into super sentences. I began by teaching them the difference between fragments, run-ons, and complete sentences. Then we practiced revising and…

Teaching Kids to Write Super Sentences - Strategies and free seasonal printables to encourage students to add detail to their sentences. A really great resource on writing sentences Writing Strategies, Writing Lessons, Writing Resources, Writing Ideas, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Writing Services, Teaching Strategies, Writing Activities

Teaching Kids to Write Super Sentences

How do you encourage your students to write longer, more interesting sentences? You know what will happen if you simply them to write longer sentences... they'll just add more words to the end, resulting in long, rambling run-ons! After struggling with this problem myself, I developed a three-step process to help my students turn boring sentences into super sentences. I began by teaching them the difference between fragments, run-ons, and complete sentences. Then we practiced revising and…

Types of Sentences anchor chart: Check out my collection of anchor charts for math, reading, writing, and grammar. I love anchor charts even though I'm not so great at making them! I hope you enjoy my anchor charts! Grammar Anchor Charts, Sentence Anchor Chart, Writing Anchor Charts, Sentence Writing, Sentence Types, Sentence Structure, Paragraph, Sentence Starters, 4 Types Of Sentences

My Not-So-Pinteresty Anchor Charts | One Stop Teacher Shop

Anchor chart inspiration for elementary teachers. Use my Not-So-Pinteresty Anchor Charts for Reading, Math, Grammar, and Writing.

Great idea for conjunctions! Love the paper clip joining two sentences. 5 Conjunctions with clips - compound sentences! You can use this with my game/task cards for sentences! Pictures support learning at Looks-Like-Language! Teaching Grammar, Teaching Language Arts, Language Activities, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Speech And Language, Teaching English, Teaching Resources, Grammar Activities

Conjunction . . . junction

Conjunction junction what’s your function? I cannot get that school house rock song out of my head after arranging this activity for my second grader! Ahhhhh! Somebody help! Oh well. The focus with…

English Idea for a lesson on conjunctions in compound sentences. Grammar And Punctuation, Teaching Grammar, Teaching Language Arts, Classroom Language, Teaching Writing, Speech And Language, Grammar Rules, Writing Lessons, Writing Resources

Idea for a lesson on coordinating conjunctions (May 8th)... Except I would make this larger so Erin can put it on her wall & it could be used as a visual tool during the assessment.

writing - types of sentences - jeff anderson - mechanically inclined! have the students practice their own after modeling.anchors: writing - types of sentences - jeff anderson - mechanically inclined! have the students practice their own after modeling. Mentor Sentences, Types Of Sentences, Mentor Texts, Sentence Types, Sentence Writing, Sentence Starters, Writing Sentences, Simple Sentences, Paragraph

Scottish Highlands and Quiet Sundays

Books, books, books! Look at that sweet pile of books donated to our school! There are some great titles in there, and the kids were super pumped to get started reading them...you JUST have to LOVE that! Okay ~ who is ready to hear my broken record? It has been FOREVER since I have spent a quiet Sunday blogging away. Today, I finished the third book in the series that I have been rereading (if you are like my husband, go ahead and look confused and laugh at me here - yes, I said REreading)…

The First Grade Sweet Life: Reading Comprehension Printable Sort Teaching Language Arts, Classroom Language, Speech Language Pathology, Language Activities, Teaching Writing, Therapy Activities, Speech And Language, Teaching Grammar, Student Teaching

Reading Comprehension Printable Sort

Well, I am very pleased to announce that there are only 14 days of school left until Spring Break. But, who’s counting?!?!? HA!!!! I don’t know about the rest of y’all, but the BEAUTIFUL weather we’ve been having is definitely putting me in the mood for a break. Bring on the above freezing temperatures, please!!!! So, did anyone else watch the season premiere of the Amazing Race last night? What happened, Cowboys?!?!?! My favorite team in last place??? So sad. Good thing I believe in…

At large group time a favorite activity has been SECRET SENTENCE time! Working together we read the words and figure out where they belong. We have been learning that a sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a punctuation mark. Kindergarten Language Arts, Teaching Language Arts, Kindergarten Literacy, Early Literacy, Language Activities, Teaching Writing, Student Teaching, Literacy Activities, Teaching Ideas

KC Kindergarten Times

At large group time a favorite activity has been SECRET SENTENCE time! Working together we read the words and figure out where they belong. We have been learning that a sentences begins with a capital letter and ends with a punctuation mark.

This English grammar lesson plan is focused on sentence subjects, objects, and predicates. Teach your students about the difference between subject and predicate and the differences between subject and object Teaching Grammar, Teaching Language Arts, Classroom Language, English Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Teaching English, Teaching Ideas, Writing Ideas

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Subject and Predicate Activities Grammar Activities, Teaching Grammar, Grammar Lessons, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Teaching Kids, 2nd Grade Grammar, 3rd Grade Writing, 3rd Grade Reading

Subjects and Predicates | Fun Grammar Activities

Freebie! Who said grammar can't be fun??? Use the Subject and Predicate Activities to liven up your lessons and student learning. You’ll receive *64-complete subject slips with solid borders (two levels-“H” and “L”). *64-complete predicate slips with dotted line borders (two levels-“H” and “L”). (The “H” slips may have helping verbs, infinitives, or forms of the verb “to be”) *1-worksheet for combining the subjects and predicates to create sentences. *Activities for utilizing the slips.