This resource includes everything you need to teach students the correct use of relative pronouns (who, whom, whose, which, that).
Everything you need is here! The materials will allow you to explicitly teach, reinforce, and assess relative pronouns in just a few minutes a day.
•PowerPoint Lesson (Monday)
•Practice Printable (Tuesday)
•30 Task Cards (Wednesday)
•Doodle Notes (Thursday)
•BONUS: Interactive Notebook Activity
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This resource was written based on fourth-grade content standards. However, none of the student materials are labeled with a grade level. This will allow teachers to use this resource across grade levels.
Get the entire Fourth-Grade Grammar Bundle HERE!
Other Fourth-Grade Grammar Units:
•Parts of Speech (Review)
•Progressive Verb Tense
•Fragments & Run-ons
•Frequently Confused Words
•Commas & Quotations in Direct Speech
•Quotations from Text
•Commonly Misspelled Words
•Convey Ideas Precisely
•Choose Punctuation for Effect
•Formal & Informal Language
•Roots & Affixes
•Consulting a Dictionary
•Similes & Metaphors
•Analogies (Synonyms & Antonyms)
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