Sarah Boynton Van Wyhe

Sarah Boynton Van Wyhe

Sarah Boynton Van Wyhe
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FREE How Full Is Your Bucket Sort. A great way beginning of the year sort to bring about discussion on how we can be a good friend.

FREE How Full Is Your Bucket Sort. A great way beginning of the year sort to bring about discussion on how we can be a good friend.

Put small items in each bag. Children have to say either a question or statement for the item they take out.

Activities - Put small real-life items in each bag. Students have to say either a question or statement for the item they take out. Or could have them use an adjective to describe the item for an adjective lesson.

These sentence editing strips are perfect for early elementary students to work on capitalization and punctuation in a fun, hands on way!

These sentence editing strips are perfect for early elementary students to work on capitalization and punctuation in a fun, hands on way! This can be done as a whole group activity to practice capitalization or students can do it during centers.

Suitable for foundation to year 2. The Sentence Song, explains what a sentence is made up of with animated content.

Capitalizing first word in a sentence and ending in punctuation educational video. The Sentence Song, explains what a sentence is made up of

Practice sorting "chip" sentences by punctuation marks. You can also sort them onto labeled paper plates. Great for writing centers or whole group!

Practice reading simple sentences and determining missing end punctuation (period, question mark, exclamation point). This activity works well for a writing center or whole group activity. Print each page of "chips".

Read the Punctuation poster Freebie!

I love this and would probably turn it into an anchor chart in my room. We spend a lot of time on the different types of sentences in my room but a reminder that these punctuation marks change the way we read is just as important.

We will be working with punctuation this week and my kids will playing this fun twist to Red Light, Green Light!

I like this idea! "Activities: Play Punctuation Red Light, Green Light" MY IDEA: students have punctuation cards and use them when they/other students are reading (one for period, exclamation point, question mark (aka stop), one for comma (aka pause).

Free 20 fix it up pages. These are great for students in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade. Students get extra practice reading, editing and rewriting the reading passages.

Free 20 fix it up pages. These are great for students in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade. Students get extra practice reading, editing and rewriting the reading passages. Lots more freebies at TPT