Grammar and sentence structure are often overlooked in contemporary language arts curriculum. When I first started teaching these subjects as part of a senior English class, I had trouble locating quality PowerPoints. I decided it would be best to create a resource. This product was created through close collaboration with Marisol Cruz, the reading teacher at my high school. She created much of the content, and I tried to animate and color code where possible. This PowerPoint is user-friendly. It could be utilized in a middle school course, but it also gets into some technically advanced sentence structure. It starts with the very basics of defining independent and dependent clauses and builds upon itself until all possible sentence structures in the English language have been explored. Well over one hundred hours were dedicated to creating this powerful resource. Topics include: independent clauses, dependent clauses, subjects, verbs, dependent markers, conjunctions, conjunctive adverbs, comma usage, simple sentences, complex sentences, compound sentences, compound-complex sentences, and much more. All of the rules for sentence structure are contained within this PowerPoint along with many examples. Enjoy!