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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.


Subjects and Predicates CAN be fun! This FREEBIE is a shortened version of my full powerpoint lesson: “Sentence Structure Lessons #1: Subjects and Predicates.” This file includes an introduction and modeled practice in identifying the subject and predicate of a sentence.

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Teaching Kids to Write Super Sentences

Teaching Kids to Write Super Sentences - Strategies and free seasonal printables to encourage students to add detail to their sentences.


Teaching kids about writing sentences with all the parts of speech can be a bit boring and dry. I vividly remember diagramming sentences as a child and wishing I was doing anything but that! But at the same time, teaching sentence structure and the parts of speech is important for kids to understand. That’s why I …

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6-Pack! Is it a Sentence?

6-PACK! IS IT A SENTENCE? - One skill, one format, six sheets. My kids really needed this! It can be a little tricky, but it is great practice on so many levels. As always, made to save you ink, money, and time. $1.00