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  • Kristin Novotny

    This is one of my favorite tools to use for narrative language. If you can get your hands on a Story Grammar Marker-- do it!

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SALE! This activity includes six pages that each have a short non-fiction story about Dr. King. Following the story, there are 3-4 questions regarding the main idea/details in the story, vocabulary, synonyms/antonyms, and grammar that needs to be fixed. There are also six coloring/dot pages that can be used to target any goal area.

The Story Grammar Marker

This song helps children learn the typical structure of most stories by giving examples in a fun and easy to memorize call and response format!  In addition to teaching the concepts of "beginning," "middle," and "end."  It also teaches the vocabulary words of "setting" and "characters."  Teachers from Kindergarten to third grade find this song t...

A Rather Becoming List Susquehanna!!! It should be defined as "a rather tranquil river in Pennsylvania ideally suited for overnight kayaking and camping trips."

Data wall that goes along with the Story Grammar Marker program

This craft and writing activity is perfect for all of your students when studying a non-fiction unit or reading stories about bears!! Included in this download: • Directions (page 3) • Bear Craftivity Templates (pages 4-7) • “Bear-y Words” (page 8) • “Bear Facts” (page 9) • Describing Web (page 10) • Writing & Drawing Student Page (page 11) • Writing page (Page 12) • Beginning, Middle, End page (Page 13) • Story Grammar page (Page 14) • Terms of Use & Credits (pa...

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