Mentor Sentence FREEBIE

Rebekah Sayler
Grade Levels
Not Grade Specific
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9 pages
Rebekah Sayler


So how do you teach kids to write?

Do we give them dull prompts?
Do we tell them to "write about anything?
Or do we mentor them?

I'd like to suggest we mentor them...

Using quotes from literature, students learn to examine excellent writing, identify parts of speech, and to improve their own writing skills.

This freebie is for anyone wanting to use literature to help their students become more confident writers.

Mentor Sentence Sample
Mentor Sentence blank
Multiple Mentor Sentence Blanks with various levels of parts of speech

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