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Sentence Type Sort

Sentence Type Sort - What kind of sentence is it? Is it the sentence a statement, question, command, or exclamation?This activity will encourage your students to identify the sentence type. Great for homework or review.Contents:16 cut out sentences (4 statements, 4 questions, 4 commands, 4 exclamations)Sentence Sort paste sheetSentence Sort recording sheet Answer Key is included(Color and Black/White Version)Happy Sentence Type sorting!Need more sorts?Subject Predicate SortObject Pronoun…

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Pronoun Sentences

Pronoun Sentences: Students are asked to correctly use several pronouns in a sentence: he, she, it, them, they, we, us, her, and him. This is a great way to see if your students understand pronouns.

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.

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Mr. (Pronoun) Fix-It

Target a large variety of pronouns with this pack!! Included in this packet are: 36 subjective pronoun sentences, 36 objective pronoun sentences, 36 reflexive pronoun sentences, and 36 possessive pronoun sentences. Students must identify the incorrect pronoun and fix it with the correct pronoun. Two ways to play! From www.wordnerdspeechteach.blogspot.com

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Halloween Friends Pronoun Pack

Target a variety of pronouns with this pack that includes 30 subjective pronoun sentences, 30 objective pronoun sentences, and 30 possessive pronoun sentences!

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This product was designed to provided daily mixed reviews to help students retain learning.For ELA, this installment covers: synonyms, antonyms, adjectives,spelling patterns, subject verb agreement, possessive pronouns, sentence writing, nouns, verbs, and cloze reading.For Math, this installment covers: word problem, problem solving, measurement (temp.), addition, subtraction, multiplication, division concepts (no straight long division), fractions,geometry, and perimeter.

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Compound & Complex Sentences: 40 Task Cards Plus Grammar Posters

Compound & Complex Sentences: In this activity, students identify compound and complex sentences by using task cards. They also practice finding subordinate conjunctions and relative pronouns, as well as dependent and independent clauses. The set features grammar posters, 40 task cards, and a matching build-your-own storage case for fun and convenient organization of your cards!Whats included? 40 task cards, which feature compound and complex sentence practice Instructions for using task ...

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