Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas

Fun game for learning to write a complete sentence. Identifies subject and predicate. are they teaching subjects and predicates in kindergarten. i've been out of the classroom too long, evidently.

This Reading Mamafrom This Reading Mama

Writing Sentences: A Roll and Write Activity

Writing Sentences: A Roll and Write Activity ~ get kids learning about sentence structure and writing longer sentences with this interactive writing activity | This Reading Mama

This Reading Mamafrom This Reading Mama

Writing Sentences: A Roll and Write Activity

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 …

Teachers Pay Teachersfrom Teachers Pay Teachers

Personal Narrative Writing

This fun and engaging personal narrative writing unit includes two complete writing projects and meets Common Core State Standards.

Bloglovin’from Bloglovin’

File Folder Phonics (Make, Take & Teach)

File Folder Phonics - Make, Take & Teach

Dollar store photo albums… Turn them into flashcard fun! Easy to write and wipe, just insert what you are working on. You could even just insert white paper and have them work on writing sight words, so many ways to use them!

Creating class books...We make 1 per week and the kids LOVE reading them all year long, then we raffle them off on the last day of school. So fun!


Stretch a Sentence

Stretch a Sentence Worksheet.. would make a good poster and could do one each week as group activity.... everyday reread the sentence and add more...?

Punctuation Scavenger Hunt - look in books and tally the number of times each punct mark was used. Bump it up and have kids copy down the sentence and bring to group and share. Read aloud for oral fluency and discuss how punctuation affects how the sentence is read out loud.

Silly Sentences! But they definitely help kids with punctuation and/or parts of the red could be adjectivs, yellow nouns...and so on!