This packet includes a poster that shows the difference between declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentences and 11 practice sheets that you can give to your students to consolidate their learning. They will practice using correct punctuation for each type of sentence. An answer key is also included.
You will find practice sheets of different levels to differentiate your students’ learning. Whether you follow Common Core or not, this packet will be beneficial to your students to enhance their grammar skills. It was made for second grade, but you can even use it for high level first graders and it would be a great review tool for third graders. You may also find it useful to use with ESOL students.
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1st Grade Types of Sentences Practice Sheets
Types of Sentences Center Activities
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What is included?
1 poster (declarative, interrogative, imperative, exclamatory)
3 pages of answer key
Second Grade ELA No-Prep Practice Sheets:
Simple and Compound Sentences
Prefixes and Base Words
Suffixes and Base Words
Irregular Plural Nouns
Commas in Letters
Irregular Past Tense Verbs
Shades of Meaning
Types of Sentences
Nouns- common, regular, proper, possessive
Subject and Predicate
Synonyms and Antonyms
Verbs- action, linking, helping
Recommendation of Other K-2nd Resources:
2nd Grade Language Arts and Grammar No Prep Practice Sheets
1st Grade Language Arts and Grammar No Prep Practice Sheets
Language Arts and Grammar Interactive PowerPoint Lessons
Hands-On Language Arts and Grammar Center Activities
Classroom Décor and Posters
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