Teaching With Love and Laughter: What a fun way for your students to practice proper punctuation! This game is a version of the popular game BANG! Instead of reading words, students read sentences and tell what punctuation mark completes the sentence. Students can play this game in large or small groups. A recording sheet is included. There are two different levels of sentences. Each level includes 108 sentences.
Fun way to practice sentence-writing skills! Students work with a partner or team to sort sentence strips into three categories: complete sentences, fragments, and run-ons. This activity is included in Laura Candler's Sentence Go Round. $
Teaching students to write complete sentences is an important skill. This packet includes resources and activities to help you address: •Subjects and predicates (4 activities/ printables) •Complete sentences (3 activities/ printables) •Word order in sentences (3 activities/ printables) •Capitalization /punctuation of sentences (3 activities/ printables) •Both color and black and white copies $2
Interactive Edit: Looking at Grammar and Mechanics the Right Way
Teach students to look at examples of excellent sentences and ask themselves, "what works well?" Instead of looking at poorly written sentences and fixing them. Let's show our students what great sentences look like! In this resource, there is a list of 20 well written sentences along with a printable response sheet for each sentence. That's one month worth of interactive edits!
Do your students have trouble writing complete sentences? Sentence Go Round is a simple and fun cooperative learning strategy to teach students how to write longer, more complex sentences. This teaching packet also includes a short review of fragments, run-ons, and complete sentences as well as a quiz. Aligned with CCSS Language Standards L.3.1 and L.4.1 $