Introduce only who and did what first- that’s what makes a sentence. Change to “did what.” Verbs are what we “do.” Then to introduce prepositions add on where . Then to introduce adverbs change the when to ”when or how” plus change the words in the column to quickly, slowly, yesterday, soon, tomorrow, etc.
6-PACK! IS IT A SENTENCE? - One skill, one format, six sheets. My kids really needed this! It can be a little tricky, but it is great practice on so many levels. As always, made to save you ink, money, and time. $1.00
Teaching kids about writing sentences with all the parts of speech can be a bit boring and dry. I vividly remember diagramming sentences as a child and wishing I was doing anything but that! But at the same time, teaching sentence structure and the parts of speech is important for kids to understand. That’s why I …
Subjects and Predicates CAN be fun! This FREEBIE is a shortened version of my full powerpoint lesson: “Sentence Structure Lessons #1: Subjects and Predicates.” This file includes an introduction and modeled practice in identifying the subject and predicate of a sentence.
classroomcollective: Sentence Surgery…laminated unedited sentence strips, bandaid strips for ending punctuation, small round bandages for commas and quotations, tongue depressors to mark capitalization, and ‘Emergency Kit’ paper bags w/ red cross on them (to keep surgery supplies). Can be adjusted to use K-6…the kids loved it!
Sentence Structure: Simple, Compound, Complex, and Compound-Complex Sentences
Complete sentence structure unit. Includes an editable PowerPoint presentation, worksheets, assessments, and a hands-on activity. This resource is ideal for middle school ELA and high school English. Perfect for ELA test prep and grammar review.