Crimes Against Grammar - This hilarious video is a must see for all English Language teachers. Fifth graders will love this! Watch, then go through piece by piece to discuss!

Crimes Against Grammar - This hilarious video is a must see for all English Language teachers. Fifth graders will love this! Watch, then go through piece by piece to discuss!

Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentence Sorting Activity (3rd-5th grade)

Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentence SORT

Liked: This helped my fifth-grade students in our complex/compound/simple sentence lessons. /// Learned: Must...fake...enthusiasm for...grammar...if...want...students...to...care.

Liked: This helped my fifth-grade students in our complex/compound/simple sentence lessons. /// Learned: Must...fake...enthusiasm for...grammar...if...want...students...to...care.

Fun activity to help teach students about run on sentences and where to end each sentence and start a new one. --Print one long sentence like shown above, have students cut the sentence up to form multiple sentences out of a run on one.

Fun activity to help teach students about run on sentences and where to end each sentence and start a new one. --Print one long sentence like shown above, have students cut the sentence up to form multiple sentences out of a run on one.

Writing Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentences (This FREEBIE will help the kids with writing these sentences!!!)

Writing Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentences (This FREEBIE will help the kids with writing these sentences!!!)

Idea for using mentor sentences - choosing one sentence a week from a mentor text and each day doing a different activity with the sentence.

Idea for using mentor sentences - choosing one sentence a week from a mentor text and each day doing a different activity with the sentence.

Putting the Spotlight on Mentor Sentences- this blog post includes a FREEBIE!

Putting the Spotlight on Mentor Sentences

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