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Types of sentences anchor chart. Different sentence types.

Types of Sentences - Declarative. Interrogative. Imperative. Exclamatory. Blogger says: One of my teaching partners also suggested stapling 2 sheets of the lined paper underneath and using one to describe the type of sentence and the other for the example.

Types of Sentences Foldable for declarative, imperative, interrogative, and exclamatory sentences.

These book are great for teaching grammar ans sentence structure. They are not boring and kids learn better by examples.

Types of Sentences perfect for a quick write on days when you can't do ful on 45 min WW

Types of Sentences Activity Pack $Paid product....lots of hands on and fun review activities!

I got creative and worked on some designs for the 4 sentence types. Maybe it will help a little or big person learn some grammar. You should be able to click on the pic and print as a 8×10. Print poster in full here.

4 Types of Sentences flip book...great visual! Laminate the back page & this can be used all year long. I'd add the symbols on the inside flap of each sentence type.

This "types of sentences" chart would be great for a middle school language arts class. The class would be broken up into four groups and each group would be assigned a type of sentence. Then, each student would be given a post-it note on which they would write an example of their assigned type of sentence. I think it could also be made into a race!

I'll need to use this very soon as a writer's workshop mini-lesson.

Categorizing sentences in a class size graphic organizer - great instructional and differentiation strategy! Can use this strategy in math and other subjects!

Quick idea for a game: SS choose a type of sentence from their partner . Declaratives: Guess whether it is false or true . Interrogative: they answer the question Imperative : Perform the command . Exclamatory : answer accordingly. Any other ideas? Cristina Cabal