Discovering Strategies for Strong Sentence Fluency. This post has some wonderful ideas for students to be able to chart "sentence data" in a passage from a mentor text then draw conclusions about what makes strong sentence fluency.
This is a creative way for your students to practice identifying similes, metaphors, and alliteration within sentences! Students read the sentences on 20 superhero "shields". They identify whether the sentence contains a simile, a metaphor, or alliteration. It also includes 3 teaching posters and a matching interactive notebook entry! Fun bulletin board!
This PDF file has 4 Sight Word Sentence Building Mats, 24 sight- word phrase cards, 24 picture word cards, 21 punctuation cards, and a student response page where students write the sentence that they build and draw a picture next to their sentence. ---Teaching by the Beach
FREE- Are your students' minds already on summer? Why not go with the "summer state of mind" while still practicing changing fragments into sentences with this FREEBIE?Students first identify 15 groups of words as sentences or fragments. Then they must change the fragments into complete sentences in order to write a "summer story."