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Sentence Editing QR Code Task Cards

Includes 24 task cards for which students must proofread sentences and then rewrite them correctly. Students can check their work by scanning the QR codes. This product addresses common spelling and grammatical mistakes, such as: capitalization, ending punctuation, commas, apostrophes, contractions, verb tenses, subject-verb agreement, dialogue, a vs.

Freebie: Adverbs: Adverbs Task Cards - Here are 6 literacy task cards to help students practice identifying the adverb in each sentence. A student response form and answer key are also provided. There are four task cards on each page. You may also like: AdverbsTask Cards Set of 30 Adjectives Task Cards Set of 30 Task cards are a great alternative to worksheets.

Parts of Speech (Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, Adverbs, Pronouns, Possessive Nouns)Common Core AlignedTask Cards24 QuestionsAnswer Key INcludedCenter or Scoot OptionStudent Recording SheetTest Prep*Can be used as a review

Subjects and Predicates: Sentence Structure Lesson #1

Subjects and predicates CAN be fun! An interactive PowerPoint lesson packed with clever memory aids, fresh practice sentences, and tons of animations to keep your students engaged in learning how subjects and predicates work within the structure of a sentence. Comes with practice work and assessment too. Gr 2-5 ($)

Show, Don't Tell: A FREE Writing Lesson

Showing vs. Telling Writing Anchor Chart! This blog post also contains a FREE Show Don't Tell Bingo game!

Sentences task cards, first students correct the spelling, punctuation and grammar errors and then they put the sentences in order to write a paragraph.---Crockett's Classroom Forever in Third Grade

Sentence or Fragment? SCOOT! Game, Task Cards or Assessment

Simple Subjects and Predicates

This free, printable worksheet gets students focusing on both simple and complete subjects and predicates. Read the sentences with your child, and have them complete the exercises. Also includes a writing activity at the end which can be done with a partner or parent. Read more at #grammar, #english, #worksheet, #subject, #predicate

Collaborative Poetry: Bring Students' Voices Together Through Group Writing

Incorporate opportunities for collaborative writing in your classroom by using collaborative poetry. Students will first write individually from a character's perspective and then work together as a group to create a communal piece of writing.