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Using What Kind of Sentence? Worksheet, students determine the types of sentences: commands, statements, exclamations, or questions.
Using this Creating Complete Sentences Worksheet, students rewrite incomplete thoughts into complete sentences.
Using Types of Sentences Worksheet, students determine the types of sentences: commands, statements, exclamations, or questions
Using Possessive Pronouns Worksheet, students change one proper noun to a possessive pronoun in each sentence.
Using this Subject Predicate Worksheet, students find the subjects and rewrite the sentences in order to practice writing complete sentences.
Using Complete Incomplete Chocolate Sentences Worksheet, student read sentences to determine if they are complete or incomplete sentences.
Using Draw A Story Worksheet, students draw a picture and then write a story using the picture as inspiration.
Using this Writing Topic Sentences Worksheet, students write a broad topic and then write a limited topic that connects.
Using this What is Missing? Complete Incomplete Sentences Worksheet, students rewrite incomplete thoughts into complete sentences.
Using Rewriting with Adverbs Worksheet, students rewrite sentences using adverbs to describe the action that is happening more clearly.
Using Identifying Types of Sentences Worksheet, students determine the types of sentences: commands, statements, exclamations, or questions.
Using Quotation Marks Punctuation Worksheet, students write quotation marks correctly where they belong in each sentence so they can set off a quote or dialogue in their own writing.
Using this Complete Sentences with Subject and Predicate Activity, students match subjects and predicates to create sentences with complete ideas.
Using Action Verbs Worksheet, students learn how to replace boring, common verbs with more vivid verbs in a sentence.
Using this Compound Predicates Sentences Worksheet, students combine two sentences about the same subject by using 'and', 'but', and 'or'.
Using Pronouns Dialogue Worksheet, students write dialogue for the characters below using pronouns to replace people, places, and things.
Using this Wants Needs Reading Response Worksheet, students read Alexander Who Used to be Rich Last Sunday to build their understanding of wants and needs.
Using this Writing Complete Sentences about an Image Worksheet, students write a complete sentence for each picture.