Use this poster as a supplement to your unit on different kinds of sentences. The poster includes descriptions and a picture of the punctuation for:-Declarative Sentence-Explanatory Sentence-Interrogative Sentence-Imperative SentenceUse this to keep in student folders or notebooks.
Task Cards - This task card bundle has been developed to have your students practice how to differentiate different kinds of sentences. The four types of sentences being practiced are: declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory. FREE!!
A different kind of LODESTAR teaser. If you've read the description of the book, you may have noticed that the plot says it focuses on a very important new symbol--and this is the symbol! You'll have to read the book to find out who or what it means/represents.
Learning to identify the different kinds of sentences, (statements, questions, exclamations) can be hard for first and second graders. This freebie provides practice in recognizing the kind of sentence each group of words is and practice in writing them correctly using the punctuation mark.
Me--XNTX, here. Lol. It is a biological impulse of Ego perceiving a value of itself it hadn't previously thought/felt it had, IF feelings love; it exists; there are different kinds; I have them all labeled and categorized by components. Now, for my Fi and Fe loves--passionate and compassionate. Ha. See? Told you....lol. And my rational Ti commitment love.... And the Ne-Ti-Fe-Si blend; Hope and faith through imagination of all possibilities and seeing all perspectives through Ne; Ti…