A strategy to teach how to write a complete sentence- I love the strip that prompts the kids to write an adjective, noun, verb and place.(***Make the strip for Writing Workshop.)

A strategy to teach how to write a complete sentence- prompts the kids to write an adjective, noun, verb and place.(***Make the strip for Writing Workshop.

I love this idea! One of my favorite tricks i've learned from a blog. Fluttering Through First Grade: Cool Blue Capitals

Cool Blue Capitals

Cool Blue Capital- have students use a blue pen for all capital letters. DAP creative way for students to remember what needs a capital letter.

I post a different picture each week and students write one asking and one telling sentence about the picture.  The goal is to make them “sparkle” by adding details and checking for capitalization, punctuation, and spelling.  Students write the sentence in pencil first and after proofreading are allowed to make it “sparkle” by tracing over it with the gel and glitter pens.

I post a different picture each week and students write one asking and one telling sentence about the picture. The goal is to make them “sparkle” by adding details and checking for capitalization, punctuation, and spelling. Great for morning work too!

Superhero SWAG Anchor Chart - Does your sentence have SWAG? -Amy Lemons

Step into Grade with Mrs. Lemons: Superhero SWAG Anchor Chart - Does your sentence have? **superhero is spelled incorrectly on chart!

Super Sentence Posters H  Harriet & Violet  Early Years (EYFS), KS1, KS2, Primary & Secondary School teaching help, ideas and free teaching resources for the classroom. We love sharing free teaching resources!

Super Sentence Posters H Harriet Violet Early Years (EYFS), Primary Secondary School teaching help, ideas and free teaching resources for the classroom. We love sharing free teaching resources!

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