Grammar, Capitalization, Punctuation: Writing Conventions Bundle

Erin Guge
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    Description

    This bundle includes two writing conventions resources (grammar, capitalization, punctuation) at a discounted price: 1.) Writing Conventions Resource Notebook in 2 Versions and 2.) Writing Conventions Posters and Cards. These two resources pair perfectly together, as each topic covered in the notebook has a corresponding poster and card! Please see the descriptions of each resource below as well as the preview for a closer look!

    1. Writing Conventions Resource Notebook: Grammar, Capitalization, Punctuation (in 2 Versions)

    This writing conventions resource notebook is a wonderful tool for introducing topics of grammar, punctuation, and capitalization, and it also serves as an engaging reference for your students. Two versions are included (with the same information but different formats).

    One version is for an interactive notebook where students cut and paste foldables with the information into a composition notebook and have to match up information and glue in the correct place. This version is engaging and results in a product that students enjoy reviewing and rereading.

    The second version is a booklet, in which you print, hole-punch, and place the pages in a folder with clasps. This version is the quickest, as there is no cutting and pasting involved. For both versions, you can pick and choose concepts to include and proceed in any order that suits your scope and sequence. These two options are available so that you can choose which version suits your students and your timeframe best! Note that composition notebooks and folders with clasps are not included.

    The following is included for both versions of the notebook:

    - Directions (Interactive Version also includes photos of completed pages).

    - Writing Conventions Notebook cover page (3 different options with different wording)

    - Topics:

    Noun

    Singular and Plural Nouns

    Plural Noun Spelling Rules

    Common and Proper Nouns

    Possessive Nouns (Singular, Plural, Irregular Plural)

    Verb (Action, Linking, Helping)

    Verb Tenses (Past, Present, Future)

    Adjective

    Adjectives that Compare (Comparative, Superlative)

    Adverb

    Pronoun (Subject, Object, Possessive)

    Subject and Predicate

    Subject-Verb Agreement

    Conjunction

    Interjection

    Article

    Preposition

    Contraction

    Prefix

    Suffix

    Compound Word

    Synonym and Antonym

    Abbreviation

    Homonym, Homophone, Homograph

    Complete Sentence (Sentence, Fragment, Run-On)

    Compound Sentence

    Four types of Sentences

    Capitalization Rules

    End Marks

    Quotation Marks

    Comma Rules

    2. Writing Conventions Posters and Cards: Grammar, Capitalization, Punctuation

    These 70 posters are a wonderful reference for introducing and practicing writing convention skills (grammar, capitalization, punctuation). They contain a brief definition, a helpful picture, and an example. Print, laminate, and display them! Small cards are also included (identical to the posters) which can be laminated, cut out, hole-punched, and placed on a ring. Note: The posters are one full page each, and the cards are small (9 per page).

    The following posters and cards are included:

    Writing Conventions heading poster

    Noun

    Singular Noun

    Plural Noun

    Plural Noun Rules (5 posters)

    Common Noun

    Proper Noun

    Possessive Noun

    Singular Possessive Noun

    Plural Possessive Noun

    Irregular Plural Possessive Noun

    Verb (action word only)

    Verb (action or state of being)

    Action Verb

    Linking Verb

    Helping Verb

    Present Tense Verb

    Past Tense Verb

    Future Tense Verb

    Adjective

    Comparative Adjective

    Superlative Adjective

    Adverb

    Pronoun

    Subject Pronoun

    Object Pronoun

    Possessive Pronoun

    Subject

    Predicate

    Subject-Verb Agreement

    Conjunction

    Interjection

    Article

    Contraction

    Prefix

    Common Prefixes

    Suffix

    Common Suffixes

    Preposition

    Compound Word

    Synonym

    Antonym

    Abbreviation

    Homonyms

    Homophones

    Homographs

    Sentence

    Fragment

    Run-on

    Compound Sentence

    Telling Sentence

    Declarative Sentence

    Asking Sentence

    Interrogative Sentence

    Exclamatory Sentence

    Imperative Sentence

    Capital Letters

    Capitalization Rules (5 posters)

    End Marks

    Quotation Marks

    Comma

    Comma Rules (4 posters)

    If you have questions or ideas for how I can improve my products, feel free to email me at erinteachermom@gmail.com. Please consider following me on TpT!

    Thank you and happy teaching!

    Erin Guge

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    Standards

    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
    Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
    Form and use possessives.
    Use commas in addresses.
    Capitalize appropriate words in titles.

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