Teaching the students to differentiate between the four different types of sentences: declarative, interrogative, exclamatory, and imperative? Exploring different punctuation marks such as the period, question mark, and exclamation point, and finding out when to use them?
Use this set of foldables to provide your kiddos an interactive tool to learn about the different types of sentences, such as declarative (statements), interrogative (questions), exclamatory (exclamations), and imperative (commands).
This PDF format file contains the resources to support educators in teaching grade 2 - 5 students about types of sentences, including declarative (statements), interrogative (questions), exclamatory (exclamations), and imperative (commands). The information is designed to complement your curriculum and not to replace it.
Provide the tool for your students to organize the information and make concept map-type foldables. Familiarize them with the four main types of sentences: declarative (statements), interrogative (questions), exclamatory (exclamations), and imperative (commands), and let them have the essential information available at all time. Therefore, understanding the end punctuation that is used with each type of sentences like periods, question marks, and exclamation marks, helps writers convey their message clearly and helps readers understand the text, will be much easier.
The file contains three types of foldables which are perfect for your students' interactive grammar notebooks. Making foldables is a great way to review the following concepts: sentence, declarative sentence, interrogative sentence, imperative sentence, exclamatory sentence, and interjection.
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