Writing complete sentences
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FREE- This super cute poster can be used in your writing center. It will help your students to see how to write more complete sentence and guide them through the process.
Nicole Johnson saved to 2nd grade ideas
These writing complete sentences resources are perfect for teaching 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade students how to write complete sentences. They include anchor charts, posters, worksheets, complete sentence centers, and more! Students will learn about subjects & predicates. They will practice how to expand sentences, how to stretch a sentence, and writing descriptive sentences. This is a great resource for sentence structure!
Alexsia Bernhardt saved to 2nd Grade Writing
As this the end of the school year is getting closer and closer my kids are still having trouble with writing complete sentences. My group last year really enjoyed writing...this group not so much. They think it's boring and I'm lucky to get a sentence or two out of them. Today I tried to take it back to the basics of expanding sentences and encouraged them to use adjectives and adverbs. I gave them a piece of paper and had them fold back and forth until they had 4 rectangles on their page…
Karen Ross saved to OT
Answering questions with complete sentences can be a hard concept for students to grasp but these easy questions and anchor chart make it easier for them to understand HOW to answer a question using a complete sentence.
Judy Jones saved to Teaching Info
I love teaching. It's the thing that I know I'm good at. The one thing I KNOW... I think I would say
Sandra Fiorini saved to Writing
If you know me, you know that a good sort is one of my favorite instructional strategies. I actually think my grade level colleagues get si...
April Mondragon saved to 4th Grade ELA
Is it just me or do second graders can not write sentences? These activities are the perfect way to teach your students how to write better sentences!
Kelli Reynoldson saved to Alex writing
This lesson will focus on writing COMPLETE SENTENCES using subjects and predicates. Writing in complete sentences is the first basic writing lesson every student should learn. Sentence structure is important to help students write in journals, responses to reading, paragraphs, essays, book reports and so much more. It will
Jody Johnson saved to Sentences
This post includes step-by-step instructions for printing poster-sized PDFs, along with examples of some highly effective ELA and math anchor charts that boost student independence in a classroom setting.
Gina Stumpo Negron saved to Rounding