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Sentence swag anchor chart

Language: CCSS This could be an anchor chart in the language center to give the students support of making sure their sentence is formed correctly and has correct punctuation. CCSS The students would be able to communicate their sentences with a peer.

Reading Response Sentence Starters from Amanda Garcia on TeachersNotebook.com - (1 page) - This one-sheet freebie is perfect in students' binders, journals, or glued inside their reader's notebook! Students can reference this resource when responding to any text!

This one-sheet freebie is perfect in students' binders, journals, or glued inside their reader's notebook! Students can reference this resource wh.

Love this!  Thought we all learned this in elementary school - but apparently most weren't paying attention!!

Some people seriously need to learn this. Weren't we supposed to learn this in elementary school? Such a pet peeve of mine when people can't use the correct word in the correct context.

Giving Text Evidence

Giving Text Evidence

Common Core is all about evidence! Standard One for all grades is all about showing the evidence! This is a great Anchor Chart for Textual Evidence Sentence Starters- I would modify the language required for upper elementary and middle school students.

Are you teaching students to identify the four types of sentences? Check out this blog post. It contains multiple activities that you can use in your upper elementary classroom! Check out the types of sentences anchor chart and download the FREE worksheet

This anchor chart is designed to assist in teaching students the four types of sentences. It also shows them the different punctuation marks.

"I am a..." for writing/journaling

Writers notebook entries - I am a . Good first of the year activity. Maybe do again at the end of the year and look at the differences

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