Color by Grammar: Types of Conjunctions

Color by Grammar: Types of Conjunctions
Color by Grammar: Types of Conjunctions
Color by Grammar: Types of Conjunctions
Color by Grammar: Types of Conjunctions
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  1. Diversify grammar lesson plans and engage students with these coloring activities. Students will practice their grammar skills while matching codes to coloring sheets. This bundle includes SEVEN products for a discounted price. This bundle is targeted for younger grades. Included:* A coloring sheet
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Study different types of conjunctions with these TWO color by grammar activities. Conjunctions covered include subordinating, correlative, coordinating.

Included:
☆ A coloring sheet with flowers. Most of the leaves/petals have a conjunction.

☆ An abstract coloring sheet with shapes. Each shape has has a conjunction.
☆ A key that can be cut four ways to save on paper. Students will color the type of conjunction according to this key.
☆ Conjunctions covered are subordinate, coordinating, and correlative.
☆ Two pictures of finished sheets.

(Note: I have marked seventh grade standards that deal with clauses because recognizing subordinating conjunctions and understanding all conjunctions is a prerequisite to understanding different clauses.)

This product is part of a larger, discounted bundle! Please see the Coloring Sheet Bundle for Younger Grades.

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Explain the function of phrases and clauses in general and their function in specific sentences.
Use correlative conjunctions (e.g., either/or, neither/nor).
Explain the function of conjunctions, prepositions, and interjections in general and their function in particular sentences.
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