Activities for Writing Sentences and Ending Punctuation

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Amy Lemons
Grade Levels
1st - 2nd
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45 pages
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Writing complete sentences and using correct punctuation can be a difficult thing for little ones. This pack will help your students distinguish between different types of sentences as well as form complete sentences.

This download includes:

-A brainstorming activity where students brainstorm sentences that end in . ? !

-Sentence call-out: Teacher calls out sentences from the cards and students hold up the correct punctuation marks

-Sentence Flapbook: Students generate sentences for each flap

-Asking/Telling Pocket Book: Students make their pocket book and sort the sentences included into the correct pockets

-Complete/Incomplete Sentence Sort

-6 Incomplete sentence pages where students turn the incomplete sentence into a complete sentence and draw a picture.

-Examples of charts you can make for you class

-4 Make a Sentence pages where students cut out the words, unscramble, and glue into a sentence. Students write the sentence and draw

-Super Sentence Headband: Students make a "hat" to show the 3 different types of punctuation marks. Templates included

-3 Super Hero Punctuation sheets where students generate 5 sentences for each punctuation mark and color the punctuation super hero!

Total Pages
45 pages
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