Great teaching tips and ideas for writing in complete sentences and using subjects and predicates! Subjects and predicates go together like peanut butter and jelly! This is a series of writing lessons with links to other sentence structure activities.
These silly sentences are perfect for sentence writing and reading fluency. Your students are sure to love creating funny sentences as they master the skills to write. You can use these to teach parts of speech, reading fluency, writing fluency, or many o
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This Creating Sentences activity is a fun and silly way for students to develop their understanding of sentence structure. It helps them to recognize the difference between the noun, verb, and prepositional phrases.
FREE - Students will practice sentence structure with these picture prompts of kids doing a variety of things. Students will write the naming part, the telling part, and then combine both parts to write a simple sentence.
These sentence editing strips are perfect for early elementary students to work on capitalization and punctuation in a fun, hands on way! This can be done as a whole group activity to practice capitalization or students can do it during centers.
Silly Sentences - Writing Sentences with Nouns, Verbs and Adjectives
Teaching Writing Idea and Plans Week 1 Neat idea to help students determine what parts of a sentence are missing to develop complete sentences. Could also be used for idea development. Color code align with Project GLAD and add POS names.