Making Simple, Compound and Complex Sentences

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2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
Resource Types
Common Core Standards
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33 printable pages to help your students with the three types of sentences, lesson plans to differentiate between them, posters with examples to guide your students, and the 33 incredible photos (which I took at a local botanical gardens) that will capture and hold the attention of your students: birds, lizards, a squirrel, honey bees, a bumble bee, a black wasp, a fly, a beetle, a cactus bug, a crab spider, caterpillars, a butterfly, flowers, trees, leaves, cacti, a water drop, and more. All are cropped and magnified and pretty amazing!

- Simple sentences: 6 pages
- Compound sentences: 6 pages
- Complex sentences: 6 pages
- All three sentence types: 15 more pages

Take a look at the Preview to view a sample of the lessons in this packet.

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Total Pages
43
Answer Key
Does Not Apply
Teaching Duration
N/A

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Making Simple, Compound and Complex Sentences
Making Simple, Compound and Complex Sentences
Making Simple, Compound and Complex Sentences
Making Simple, Compound and Complex Sentences