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Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentences

Teach your students about SIMPLE, COMPOUND, AND COMPLEX SENTENCES through this SENTENCE STRETCHING activity!!$!

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Cool Cat Sentences Activity

Cool Cat Sentences Activity: Sort and organize the different types of sentences (Telling Sentence, Asking Sentence, Exciting Sentence) with the matching sentence strip card. Information: Sentences, Sentence Sort, Sentence Activity, Sentences Center

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Sentences & Sentence Fragments {Anchor Chart Thursdays

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Mixed Up Sentences- Sentence Surgery Printables

30 mixed up sentence printables. Great way for students to practice sentence construction, teach sight words and introduce parts of speech.

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FREE Fluency Center

#FREE Fluency Center - arrange cards into sentences. Sentences can be real or nonsense sentences. Writing extension is also included. Great prep for Dibels.

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Sentences & Sentence Fragments {Anchor Chart Thursdays

Sentences & Sentence Fragments {Anchor Chart Thursdays} – The Creative Apple Teaching Resources

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Writing Complex Sentences

Gr1-3_Writing_Complex_Sentences worksheets to expand sentences to more complex sentences (whole site is full of free worksheets

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Sentences, Fragments and Run-Ons Task Cards: Common Core Aligned

Sentences, Fragments and Run-Ons Task CardsI created these task cards to help teach Common Core ELA goal L.4.1.f.The first 12 cards ask students to differentiate between the three types of sentences - complete sentences, sentence fragments, and run-on sentences.The second 12 cards ask students to correctly rewrite sentence fragments and run-on sentences.These cards also include QR codes!