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Types of Sentences- An Anchor Chart and FREE Resources!

Are you teaching students to identify the four types of sentences? Check out this blog post. It contains multiple activities that you can use in your upper elementary classroom! Check out the types of sentences anchor chart and download the FREE worksheet and interactive notebook foldable!

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My Week in Review

Here are a few happenings from this past week. We've been learning about sentences this week. I made this anchor chart to help us remem...

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GREAT LA ACTIVITY-->We are practicing knowing the difference in statements and questions.after they read and sorted them they had to choose 3 questions and write them on their recording sheet. Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Speech And Language, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Language, Teaching Strategies, Reading Activities, Notebooks

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First, I said I would post pics of our chameleons....I thought they turned out cute. Next, bugs, bugs, and more bugs. Short and sweet...wi...

Are you teaching students to identify the four types of sentences? Check out this free practice worksheet! Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Teaching Tools, Writing Ideas, Student Teaching, Learning Resources, Kids Learning, Sentence Anchor Chart, Anchor Charts

Worksheet Wednesday... Types of Sentences

A blog full of tips, lessons, and ideas to use in the upper elementary classroom.

Freebie: Students will have fun as they read and hunt through their books in search of examples of the four different types of sentences. Two forms have b. Grammar Sentences, Grammar Games, Types Of Sentences, Teaching Grammar, Spelling And Grammar, Student Teaching, Punctuation, Daily 5 Writing, Third Grade Writing

I Spy Four Types of Sentences! Freebie

Students will have fun as they read and hunt through their books in search of examples of the four different types of sentences. Two forms have been included so it can be differentiated for your students. One form has students hunting for examples of statements, questions, commands, and exclamat...

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Question or Statement Unit {Signs, Activities, & Game} Kindergarten/1st/2nd

Help your students tell the difference between a question and a statement with this engaging packet! It includes 6 colorful and informational signs to help you introduce the concepts for whole-group, practice activities for independent work, and a game that will sure encourage reading aloud while h...

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Statement or Question Game

Understanding the difference between a statement and a question is a difficult concept. This fun game will give your students extra practice in learning this important concept. The game board is generic and can be used all year. The game includes 24 statement and question cards and an answer key.

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Freebie Whole Class Activity for Types of Sentences

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