Compound Sentence Patterns Pitty Pat Game → Editable files! Allow students practice recognizing compound sentence structure patterns with this Pitty Pat game designed for groups of 3-4. As a result of playing this game, students will be more familiar with the three different ways to combine two simple sentences to create a compound sentence.
I created these game cards with excerpts from Jamaica Kincaid’s prose poem “Girl”… you can easily use this activity as a pre-reading exercise before exploring her original work as well as her choices about punctuation (as well as the impact of those choices!)
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This lesson is classroom-tested and includes the following:
A teacher lesson plan with…
• Common Core objectives
• preparation steps
• a classroom agenda
• assessment strategies
A student-facing PowerPoint with…
• student-friendly objectives
• student directions
• activity time limits