Getting your students to write detailed sentences can be such a difficult task. Come see how my class practices writing expanded sentences with this simple activity.
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This resource allows students to edit grammar, spelling, and punctuation in a fun and modern way! Students will have the chance to read some of their favorite celebrities' tweets to find errors, correct them, and give reasons for their corrections!
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The Ultimate List of FREE Grammar Games -- a huge list of games to teach parts of speech, punctuation, sentence types, and writing. Grammar doesn't have to be boring!
Making Meaning with Melissa: Why I Use Mentor Sentences to Teach Writing in my High School English Classroom
Comma butterflies! Cute! Find other ideas for teaching compound sentences at this blog post too! There are also other grammar ideas at this blog!
Quotation Marks Anchor Chart - Great for Interactive Writing Journal - Grammar Rules Mini Anchor Charts
Using mentor sentences is a great way to help students recognize and write in varied sentence structures. Mentor Sentences: Grammar, Word Choice, Buzzing with Ms. B