Complex Sentences! This sentence structure product includes 47 cut-apart pieces: 16 independent clause sentence strips in a story, 19 dependent clause signal words (subordinating conjunctions), and 12 punctuation pieces. It includes detailed directions (with photo examples) for a paired student activity led by the teacher.
Sentence Structure Review: In this activity, students review simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex sentences by identifying sentence types, clauses, coordinating conjunctions, and relative pronouns. The set features a multiple-choice review quiz, 40 task cards, and a matching build-your-own storage case for fun and convenient organization of your cards.
The Compound-Complex Sentence: In this activity, students enhance their understanding of sentence structure by identifying the clauses in complex-compound sentences; students also classify types of sentences as compound, complex, or compound-complex. 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…
Students can separate each piece in piles based on whether the clause is dependent or independent. After sorting, students can either match each half with its corresponding clause, or use it to create their own complex sentence.
Introduce only who and did what first- that’s what makes a sentence. Change to “did what.” Verbs are what we “do.” Then to introduce prepositions add on where . Then to introduce adverbs change the when to ”when or how” plus change the words in the column to quickly, slowly, yesterday, soon, tomorrow, etc.