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Students locate the verb(s) and subjects in sentences first then determine if it is a complete thought. Next, students define an independent clause (has a subject, verb, and is a complete thought).
From there, students learn that a simple sentence contains one independent clause. After that, students practice marking and writing simple sentences using 4 basic formulas. Once simple sentences are mastered, students add compound sentences by combining independent clauses.
Common Core (L.1, L.2 for upper elementary)
Determining complete/incomplete sentences
Independent Clause, Simple Sentence, and Compound Sentence Notes
Simple Sentence Practice Worksheets (answer keys included)
Compound Sentence Practice Worksheets (answer keys included)
Simple and Compound Sentence Mixed Practice (answer keys included)
Simple Sentence Quiz Review (answer key included)
Simple Sentence Quiz (answer key included)
Compound Sentence Quiz
Simple Sentence Writing Activity
Combining Simple Sentences into Compound Sentences Writing Activity
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grammar, parts of speech, independent clauses, coordinating conjunctions, simple sentences, compound sentences, subject, verb