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.
This Scoot Game reviews the 4 kinds of sentences - declarative, interrogative, exclamatory, and imperative. Students will have fun moving around the classroom as they determine which kind of sentence is presented on each card. It can be used as a grammar review, practice, or even assessment. I hope your kiddos enjoy this little freebie! Jennifer Kime Creations
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!!
Quick idea for a game: SS choose a type of sentence from their partner . Declaratives: Guess whether it is false or true . Interrogative: they answer the question Imperative : Perform the command . Exclamatory : answer accordingly. Any other ideas? Cristina Cabal
Are you teaching your students about the four Types of Sentences? If so, then you will find this resource very helpful. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/TYPES-KINDS-OF-SENTENCES-FREEBIE-2809248