These Task Cards cover general rules about sentences for 1st-3rd grade. Twelve ways to use are included and makes this unit versatile enough to use over and over throughout the year
Task Cards can be used in so many different ways. Print, laminate and use over and over throughout the year and year after year. I have included 12 fun-filled suggestions to use these cards in a variety of ways.
These task cards cover general rules of sentences for lower elementary grades.
A sentence tells a complete thought. (Blue Cards)
Every sentence begins with a capital letter.
A statement is a sentence that tells something. It ends with a period.
A question is a sentence that asks something. It ends with a question mark.
A command is a sentence that tells someone to do something. It ends with a period.
An exclamation is a sentence that shows strong feelings. It ends with an exclamation mark. (Pink Cards)
The subject of a sentence tells who or what does something.
The predicate in a sentence tells what the subject does or what it is. (Green Cards)
You can join two sentences if they have the same predicate. Use the word and to join the sentences. (Yellow Cards)
Use just one standard or mix and match the cards for the included fun and engaging activities.
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