There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
Visit site
  • Lauren Mahler

    It's surprising how many kids can't write. Sentence Writing - Expanding, adding who, what, when, where, why

  • Teach This

    Sentence Writing - A helpful tool when teaching kids for to expand sentences by adding who, what, when, where, why... Just have to be careful to avoid those run-on sentences, but otherwise, this seems like a great idea!

  • Amy Trader

    Descriptive Sentence Writing - Expanding, adding who, what, when, where, why.

  • Kyra Mitchell

    Sentence Writing - ANCHOR CHART!

  • Jill Dudley

    Sentence Writing - how to stretch a sentence

  • Tina Jones

    LANGUAGE ARTS. Sentence Writing - Expanding, adding who, what, when, where, why

  • Karla Laird

    Easiest way to explain how to write a sentence.

Related Pins

Sentence Writing - Expanding, adding who, what, when, where, why... I can't tell you how often this is useful to use for student (even in highschool) with ADHD

WRITING: Activities like this really can get a childs brain going. when they have to break down a sentance numberous times, they learn to really understand it.

Ideas for teaching children writing creative story vocabulary spelling sentence paragraph words fun games.

Wow, I needed this this year! I had 2 or 3 that would not capitalize or add punctuation or even try to spell correctly this year, much less put their name on their paper.

Get your kids excited about digging into any piece of literature or event from history with this realistic-looking police report form to complete and illustrate. Great for homeschoolers and can be reused on multiple units/lessons. Have fun!

LOVE this for getting kids to think about their writing!!! .... Follow for more FREE 'too-neat-not-to-keep' literacy tools other fun teaching stuff :)

Writing Hooks -- I have a vision of making a bunch of "hooks," hanging them at the front of the room, and having kids craft examples to hang from each one!

This is a week long collection of activities to teach descriptive writing using Pop Rocks candy! There are also opportunities to discuss adjectives and similes, too! It is intended to be used as a supplement to your current ELA curriculum, and would make for great writing focus lessons for Daily 5.