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Incomplete sentences

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My Week in Pictures!!

Since I shared my visual plans on Sunday, I wanted to pop in and show you how we've done with staying on track! First, I forgot to show you some of our

Four Sentence Types Worksheets

Are you searching for engaging worksheets that can help your students practice different types of sentences? Look no further! In this blog post, we will explore four types of sentences worksheets that are designed to cater to the needs of elementary school teachers and homeschooling parents. With these worksheets, your students will be able to strengthen their understanding of declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentences in a fun and interactive way.

Writing Simple Sentences Worksheet

A simple sentence is a sentence structure that contains one independent clause and no dependent clauses. It contains a simple subject and simple predicate.

Sentence Surgery--turning incomplete sentences into complete sentences

Hi Friends! Fall is definitely in the air, and we are busy, busy, busy! Every year, I spend so much time (and effort!) trying to teach the naming and telling parts of sentences to my first graders. I typically end up wanting to pull out my hair, and if you've ever tried to teach this particular skill, it can be nerve wracking for sure! This year, my fabulous student teacher and I decided to make this can-be-boring-but-have-to-teach-it standard into something fun....with Sentence Surgery! My…

Use this handy guide to learn the difference between complete and incomplete sentences.

Use this handy guide to learn the difference between complete and incomplete sentences.

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