Sentences & Sentence Fragments {Anchor Chart Thursdays} – The Creative Apple Teaching Resources

Sentences & Sentence Fragments {Anchor Chart Thursdays

Complete/Incomplete Sentence sort - could be good at any grade.  Also could display their own sentences and have them add to the chart.

Complete/Incomplete Sentence sort - could be good at any grade. Also could display their own sentences and have them add to the chart. Or, have the sort by sentence structure.

Poof! Sentence Types – Players draw a strip and identify if it’s a sentence or fragment. If correct, they keep the strip. If they draw Poof!, they lose their strips.

Sentence Types – Players draw a strip and identify if it’s a sentence or fragment. If correct, they keep the strip. If they draw Poof!, they lose their strips.

Get this FREE literacy center! Students use the different parts to create a sentence. There are parts that make up sentences that make sense, but students can also make silly sentences. Students can use these during word work or literacy centers to build fluency and practice building sentences.

Get this FREE literacy center! Students use the different parts to create a sentence. There are parts that make up sentences that make sense, but students can also make silly sentences. Students can use these during word work or literacy centers to build

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Sentences - Run-on, Fragment, or Complete

Fragment. I want to hang this in my classroom and point at it during every class where we write!!!

It's unlikely your English professor shared this advice with you. Hint: Incomplete sentences are in; snark is not.

Completing Sentence Fragments Worksheet Beginner

These Sentence Fragments worksheets are great for working with Sentence Fragments. Use these Sentence Fragments worksheets for the beginner or intermediate levels.

Sentence or Sentence Fragment Worksheet

These Sentence Fragments worksheets are great for working with Sentence Fragments. Use these Sentence Fragments worksheets for the beginner or intermediate levels.

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.

simple, compound, complex sentences coordinating and subordinating conjunctions. Pair with samples sentences and it will be an awesome anchor chart.

Activity 2 “I did not lose myself all at once. I rubbed out my face over the years washing away my pain, the same way carvings on stone are worn down by water. ” ― Amy Tan

“I did not lose myself all at once. I rubbed out my face over the years washing away my pain, the same way carvings on stone are worn down by water. ” ― Amy Tan 'A picture worth a thousand words'

Build a Better Sentence! Cards for Upper Elementary & Midd

Build a Better Sentence! Cards for Upper Elementary & Middle {Common Core} Build a better sentence! Here's how: Write a subject and verb. Add at least 2 parts. Move one part to the front of the subject and verb and place a comma after it.

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