This powerpoint includes examples based on 1st grade Treasures Unit 4, Week 1 grammar lessons - was and were. It has modeling examples and guided practice sentences (sentences have been changed for copyright reasons). So much easier to open the powerpoint and use with projector than to try writing examples on the board while students are waiting. The examples could be used to teach when to use was/were even if you do not use Treasures. My students love to do the guided practice examples in a Mix Pair Share structure - which gets them up and moving.
I saw your posting on the Sellers Forum page of Teachers Pay Teachers; so, I thought I would look at your freebie. I am also from Kansas! :>)
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Since you teach primary, Iâ€™d appreciate your input on my freebie listed below. I like to get ideas and feedback from a variety of teachers.