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A fun way for students to practice and review simple, compound, and complex sentences. The sentence jar can be used in a variety of ways. Students can play BINGO, Sentence Sort, Sentence Search, orPartner Up.Four anchor charts are included to introduce the lesson.

A fun way for students to practice and review simple, compound, and complex sentences. The sentence jar can be used in a variety of ways. Students can play BINGO, Sentence Sort, Sentence Search, orPartner Up.Four anchor charts are included to introduce the lesson.

Year 4 English Lesson Plans Archives - Page 4 of 6 - Australian Curriculum Lessons

25 Vocabulary Activities for Your 4-Year-Old

Expanding your four-year-old's vocabulary can be easy and fun through these 25 vocabulary enrichment activities! Plus SimplyFun has some GREAT games to help with vocabulary building!

I developed this sort to use with the book How I Became A Pirate, though it is not dependent on the book. There are 50 words to be sorted between four categories: people nouns, place nouns, thing nouns, and action verbs. The pictures really help my ESL students start to better understand the vocabulary they're hearing in the story and the activity is a great center project for the kids.

I developed this sort to use with the book How I Became A Pirate, though it is not dependent on the book. I really just wanted an opportunity for my students

This lesson plan is to help students learn to expand sentences into action chains (3 closely related events in the one sentence) (Australian Curriculum Lessons, 2015b).

Extending on Ideas in Writing - Action Chains Lesson - Australian Curriculum Lessons - another great lesson plan for our Network Group on Creative Writing

This lesson plan aims to provide students with the opportunity to learn, revise and practice the use of nouns, verbs and adjectives in their writing (Australian Curriculum Lessons, 2015d).

parts of speech word sort {language arts}--Kids each come up and pick a stick out of my hand and they would have to place it in the right cup! If there’s extra time, they can use the word in a sentence