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#Finite verb Verbs in their past or present form are called finite verbs (or “tensed verbs”). In any sentence, if there is only one verb, it will be finite, and every sentence needs a finite verb. They can be used for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd person; they are useful as the main verb of the sentence, and they do not rely on any helper words.

#Finite verb Verbs in their past or present form are called finite verbs (or “tensed verbs”). In any sentence, if there is only one verb, it will be finite, and every sentence needs a finite verb. They can be used for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd person; they are useful as the main verb of the sentence, and they do not rely on any helper words.

INSTRUCTION - This would be great to read aloud and then post as an anchor chart in a late primary or junior classroom (maybe modify the vocabulary to avoid frustration). Make sure to really exaggerate the monotonous nature of using the same sentence length over and over, and the flow and excitement of varying the lengths! A great way for students to really understand how prosody relates to writing convention.

INSTRUCTION - This would be great to read aloud and then post as an anchor chart in a late primary or junior classroom (maybe modify the vocabulary to avoid frustration). Make sure to really exaggerate the monotonous nature of using the same sentence length over and over, and the flow and excitement of varying the lengths! A great way for students to really understand how prosody relates to writing convention.

$3.99 Princess castle made out of our moving boxes and zip ties from Walmart... Best birthday party prop so far for my 3 year old.

$3.99 Princess castle made out of our moving boxes and zip ties from Walmart... Best birthday party prop so far for my 3 year old.