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This interactive grammar sort gets students working with grammar in a hands-on manner. Students will "sort" sentences into active and passive voice piles. You can then have students adhere the answers to the attached sheet, to snap a picture, to insert them into an interactive notebook, or to glue to a poster for classroom reference. You can then elevate your grammar lesson by asking questions concerning similarities and differences.
You will receive a PDF with all of the sentences as well as a link to a digital grammar sort.
Specifically, this download for active and passive voice includes:
☆ Three sheets will 20 sentences (for a total of 60) sentences. You or your students can cut these for sorting. The digital version has ten sentences per slide for six slides total.
☆ An answer sheet.
☆ Answer key for every grammar sort.
Students enjoy grammar sorts because it is not another grammar worksheet. This activity is perfect as part of grammar stations. When studying active and passive voice, get students engaged and moving.
At the end of the activity, close by asking students to draw conclusions about the similarities in each category.