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This monster themed PowerPoint Game reviews two types of sentences: commands (imperative) and exclamations (exclamatory). It includes the following components: **Introduction to Commands with examples. **Introduction to Exclamations with examples. **Command or Exclamation? The students will b
This file contains three activities for your students to practice identifying commands and exclamations. #1-Sort sentences based on content, not on end punctuation (12 sentences) #2-Write commands and exclamations using picture prompts. There are 8 pictures provided along with sample sentences.
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Games to help your students distinguish between commands and exclamations. Included: - 3 game boards for command and exclamation tic-tac-toe - Exclamation and Command sorting game -Command and Exclamation teaching posters - Command hunt sheet THESE GAMES ARE FOUND IN TREASURES PACK FOR UNIT 1
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Types of Sentences - Statement, Command, Exclamation, & Question. There are 4 worksheets in this resource where the students are required to write whether the sentences is a Statement, Command, Exclamation, or Question. This is a great resource for a learning center, homework, classwork or ext
Commands & Exclamations Task Cards Set: This set includes 16 task cards to be used while teaching or reviewing types of sentences (Commands/Exclamations OR Imperative/Exclamatory). Three differentiated sets are included to best fit the needs of your student(s). If using set one, students will
Teach command and exclamation sentence types with this interactive Google Slides mini-lesson. Students practice finding commands and exclamations, creating their own, and punctuating their sentences. This Product Includes:· Definitions for commands and exclamations.· Practice Activity – sentences i
The PowerPoint reviews commands and exclamations. The PowerPoint goes over what is needed to make a sentence a command or exclamation. Then, this is a guided practice activity where a sentence is shown on the screen and the students must decide if it is a command or exclamation by either pointing
Our space themed drag and drop game is perfect for those Google Slide Activity time! This Commands and Exclamations Drag and Drop Game using Google Slides is a fun way to have your students tell the difference between commands and exclamations in an interactive way.You can use this resource in a fac
Commands vs. Exclamations Help young writers learn the difference between commands and exclamations. This activity pack contains several resources that allow students to become familiar with the difference between imperative and exclamatory sentences. These activities can be used in a whole group s
Commands & Exclamations-7 This packet includes engagement activities to build on student’s understanding using commands and exclamations. It includes engagement strategies/activities including a matching game. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0
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This resource allows students to practice different types of sentences and the usage of punctuation marks. These pages focus on exclamation and command sentences/punctuation. This mini pack includes: - Student note/fact sheet - Command/Exclamation worksheets (2) - Mini assessment
This product is a digital version of the Command and Exclamation Sort and Stick (A Hands-on Activity) to support distance learning. It aligns to one of the grammar skills from Grade 3, Unit 1: Week 2 in Wonders. This product is designed to be a quick check of student understanding of commands and ex
This Google Slides presentation is an excellent way to introduce statements, commands, questions, and exclamations to your class during whole group instruction. It can also be assigned to your google classroom for individualized learning or a practice activity.Grammar Skills✔ Statement Sentences✔
Students sort sentences into the categories of command or exclamation. There is also a recording sheet that can be used at the end of the sort.
Students will read each sentence and determine if it is a command or exclamation. If it is a command, they will glue it under the command heading. If it is a exclamation, they will glue it under the exclamation heading. A worksheet is included where the students must create 3 commands and 3 exclama
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PowerPoint presentation on Commands and Exclamations (non-editable)This PowerPoint can be used whole group in the class or virtually. This PowerPoint was also designed to be able to be student led with questioning and answers available on the following slides to check their work. Great for 1st, 2nd,
Punctuation – Is It a Command or an Exclamation? Digital Task Cards – Distance Learning Going paperless? Looking for something engaging and fun? Try using task cards on your computers or mobile devices! This deck of cards focuses on identifying if a sentence needs a period or exclamation markand in
GRAMMAR TASK CARDS/SCOOT GAME: Review the sentences, command and exclamation. 20 Task cards based on the grammar topic, answer sheet, answer key, and NOW INCLUDES 2 copies of 2 different Exit Slips and a page to make them self-correcting. Great way to review this grammar skill and check to make sure
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This game is perfect to support a small group center in your classroom. Included in this product is 1 board game and 24 identifying the type of sentence question cards. Students will move around the board game and then answer questions. I personally will be using this game during Daily 5 rotation
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This worksheet can be used as a 3rd grade lesson on commands and exclamations. It can also be used as a review for 4th grade Language Arts students. This can be purchased as an individual worksheet, or as part of a packet. The packet includes a quiz.
You and your students will LOVE practicing statements, questions, commands, and exclamations with these activities! Great for classwork or centers. The packet includes:Identify, color, and punctuate 4 types of sentences (2 pages)Identify, punctuate, and cut and paste 4 types of sentences (2 pages)
This PowerPoint introduces/reviews the difference between sentences that are commands and sentences that are exclamations. There are modeling slides, guided practice slides, and a worksheet for independent practice.
These worksheets focus on commands and exclamations. Worksheet 1: The students read each sentence. If it is a command, they color it yellow. If it is an exclamation, they color it orange.Worksheet 2: The students read each sentence. If it is a command, they place a period on the line. If it i
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Are you looking for an engaging resource to help your students practice the grammar skill in Unit 1: Week 2 of the 3rd Grade McGraw Hill Wonders (2020) curriculum? These grammar Boom Cards on commands and exclamations are perfect for an independent learning activity or a classroom center.WHAT’S INCL

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