Four Types of Sentences Task Cards/Worksheets
* Great for ELA Assessment, Homework, or Review
* Grades 1-2 aligned.
* IDENTIFY THE SENTENCE TYPE- Declarative, Interrogative, Imperative, or Exclamatory.
Task cards are a fun way to review, practice, and assess skills! There are a variety of ways to use them, such as small groups, in centers and as a whole group activities. For fast finishers, morning work and so much more!
I've also put the task card questions in a "worksheet" format, which can be used for homework or for assessments. Use one or both formats according to your needs!
24 Task Cards
Worksheets (18 questions, which are identical to the task cards)
Types of Sentences Info Sheet
Ideas on how to use Task Cards
8 Challenge Cards
You can laminate the cards and have students write their answers directly on the cards with dry erase markers or they can use the included student recording sheets. Two styles of answer sheets for each set are included for self-checking if desired.
Common Core Aligned to
Other Task Cards are available here.
Subject and Predicate
Sentence run-on and fragments
IRREGULAR PLURAL NOUNS
SUBJECT VERB AGREEMENT
REGULAR PAST TENSE
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REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS Task Cards, Scoot, Assessment
PERSONAL PRONOUNS Task Cards, Scoot, Assessment
ADJECTIVES & ADVERBS Task Cards, Scoot, Assessment
ARTICLES (THE) & WORD SORTING - Grade 1 Common Core Aligned 40 Pgs!
CAPITALIZATION Task Cards, Scoot, Assessment
COORDINATING & SUBORDINATING Task Cards, Scoot, Assessment
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