Get this FREE literacy center! Students use the different parts to create a sentence. There are parts that make up sentences that make sense, but students can also make silly sentences. Students can use these during word work or literacy centers to build fluency and practice building sentences.

This Creating Sentences activity is a fun and silly way for students to develop their understanding of sentence structure. It helps them to recognize the difference between the noun, verb, and prepositional phrases.

Great teaching tips and ideas for writing in complete sentences and using subjects and predicates!  Subjects and predicates go together like peanut butter and jelly!  This is a series of writing lessons with links to other sentence structure activities.

Writing Mini Lesson #2- Complete Sentences

Great teaching tips and ideas for writing in complete sentences and using subjects and predicates! Subjects and predicates go together like peanut butter and jelly! This is a series of writing lessons with links to other sentence structure activities.

Complete sentence structure unit. Includes an editable PowerPoint presentation, worksheets, assessments, and a hands-on activity. This resource is ideal for middle school ELA and high school English. Perfect for ELA test prep and grammar review.

Sentence Structure: Simple, Compound, Complex, and Compound-Complex Sentences

Complete sentence structure unit. Includes an editable PowerPoint presentation, worksheets, assessments, and a hands-on activity. This resource is ideal for middle school ELA and high school English. Perfect for ELA test prep and grammar review.

Silly sentence project complete! I can't wait to use this for my word work stations.

Silly sentence project - Our tutors help students from Grade 1 to Grade 12 in French, English and maths on our Virtual Immersion Campus

Three Free Foldable Organizers to Teach Sentence Structure

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Types of Sentences Anchor Chart: Simple, Compound, and Complex *****

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Types of Sentences Anchor Chart: Simple, Compound, and Complex (add to complex: combines one important idea with supporting idea)

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