This is a fun way to teach compound sentences! It is a great and creative way to show children how two sentences are properly joined together. It allows children a way to understand the concept in a visual way!
Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentence Sort This cute activity requires students to cut out the sentences and glue them in the correct place - great for your kinesthetic learners! After the sentences are sorted, you can also have students order
This fun and easy-to-use Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentences product is created for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade (this product extends beyond 2nd grade common core, but could be a solid introduction to simple, compound, and complex sentences for second grade students). This file contains 4 instructional pages for student reference, 36 task cards with varying question types (all multiple choice), an answer sheet, and an answer key. Teacher friendly and student approved!
I'm only going to have the students pull the first part of the sentence and a conjunction word. They will then have to write the second part of the sentence making sure it makes sense with the first part.
Stuck on teaching students types of sentences? In this FREE presentation, I cover methods and tricks that work when I teach simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex sentences. Watch alone or with your English department.