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Letter, Word, and Sentence sorting

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I had such a good response to the sorting activity that I wrote about for Tammy at 1...2...3...Teach With Me that I decided to create one that would be ready to go for teachers that

FREEBIE: Types of Sentences Definition Sheet

FREEBIE: Types of Sentences Definition Sheet

Use this resource to have students document the definition, punctuation and an example of the different types of sentences. With this FREEBIE, I am looking at continuing to build my store & followers. Please leave feedback & comments below to let me know what you think. Check out my other p...

Pete the Cat - Character chart - large group activity after we have read several of the books.

Character Study

I like to begin the topic of story elements with character studies. After Fran shared the photos of Pete the Cat (nice job, Alicia!), I ...

Types of sentences- create for Writer's notebook- do with sentence types kinesthetic activity

Sentence Flip Books

Another week has come and almost gone! My assistant has reminded me several times, "Only 4 more Mondays!" Where did this year go? Maybe b...

Capitalization anchor chart

More Work Station Pictures...

Since I was pretty busy monitoring my students during their first round of Work Stations yesterday (some littles have problem with remember the "I Can" list, you know those kids). Like I promised in the post yesterday, I took some more pictures today! Word Wall Work Station As of now students can either fill out their mini word walls or use the fancy pointer to point and read to words. The mini word walls will go into a page protector and place in their work station folders. Students will be…

sequence anchor chart

Witch Pattern...Freebie! and Room on the Broom Mini Unit Coming Soon!

Here are the patterns for the Cute Little Witches. And below is a sequencing activity for the story Room on the Broom . It is in my Room on...

Students will have fun as they read and hunt through their books in search of examples of the four different types of sentences. Two forms have been included so it can be differentiated for your students. One form has students hunting for examples of statements, questions, commands, and exclamations.The other form has students searching for declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentences.This free download is part of my Four Types of Sentences Foldable and Assessments.

I Spy Four Types of Sentences! Freebie

Students will have fun as they read and hunt through their books in search of examples of the four different types of sentences. Two forms have been included so it can be differentiated for your students. One form has students hunting for examples of statements, questions, commands, and exclamat...

FREE-4 Types of Sentences Reference Cards... English Language Arts, Balanced Literacy, Grammar 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, Homeschool Lesson Plans (Individual), Activities, Printables...Provide your students with an aid in helping them understand the 4 types of sentences. :)

4 Types of Sentences Reference Cards

Provide your students with an aid in helping them understand the 4 types of sentences. :)...

This listing is for a pack of activities to review the four types of sentences.  I created this to go with my reading basal, which refers to the four types of sentences as COMMAND, EXCLAMATION, QUESTION, and STATEMENT.  :)Included are:-Types of Sentences Posters-Types of Sentences Anchor Chart- Types of Sentences Flip Book: Students record examples of each type.

Types of Sentences Activity Pack

This listing is for a pack of activities to review the four types of sentences. I created this to go with my reading basal, which refers to the four types of sentences as COMMAND, EXCLAMATION, QUESTION, and STATEMENT. :) Included are: -Types of Sentences Posters -Types of Sentences Anchor Chart - ...

More Work Station Pictures...

More Work Station Pictures...

Since I was pretty busy monitoring my students during their first round of Work Stations yesterday (some littles have problem with remember the "I Can" list, you know those kids). Like I promised in the post yesterday, I took some more pictures today! Word Wall Work Station As of now students can either fill out their mini word walls or use the fancy pointer to point and read to words. The mini word walls will go into a page protector and place in their work station folders. Students will be…