Writing Rules: Teaching End Marks {Punctuation}

Writing Rules: Teaching End Marks {Punctuation}
Writing Rules: Teaching End Marks {Punctuation}
Writing Rules: Teaching End Marks {Punctuation}
Writing Rules: Teaching End Marks {Punctuation}
Writing Rules: Teaching End Marks {Punctuation}
Writing Rules: Teaching End Marks {Punctuation}
Writing Rules: Teaching End Marks {Punctuation}
Writing Rules: Teaching End Marks {Punctuation}
Grade Levels
Product Rating
4.0
2 Ratings
File Type

PDF (Acrobat) Document File

Be sure that you have an application to open this file type before downloading and/or purchasing.

26 MB|47 pages
Share
Product Description
I created this unit out of the NEED to have my student understand the types of sentences and what to add to their writing.

I will begin this “unit” with an introduction of all the end marks using the pre-made posters which I will print and hang in the room (this is like your anchor chart- you could also make a larger one if you wish). I will then have each child create their own anchor chart. I will be hanging up their anchor charts in the room so that we can refer to them often. They will also be gluing one into their notebook for reference. After a day or two of this, I will then create their end marks booklet. We will then spend 1-2 weeks working on a page or 2 a day really focusing on each end mark. Then, I will have my students do the sorting activity for practice. After that, I plan to do the task cards as a culminating activity. At the end, I will give the assessment as a summative. Every thing you need is right here in this file... just print and teach!

I am confident that with the repetition and the fun included in this unit, my students will have a more meaningful understanding of the three types of sentences!

Contents:
Page 4- colorful end marks poster.

Page 5- black and white end marks poster.

Page 6- end marks poster that can but put into a notebook for reference.

Page 7-10- End mark examples- four choices with color and black and white

Page 11-12- A poster that can be created by the child.

Page 13-15- Optional cover if you want to make the rules into a book. Page 15
goes with page 14 if you want to have the kids cut out labels and
glue.

Page 17- Learning about the period and application at the bottom.

Page 18- Journal page to practice add a period to the sentence.

Page 19- Blank journal page without a prompt. Use this at any time
you want freewriting or do not care for the provided prompt.

Page 20-23- Learning about the exclamation mark including an interjection
page. Two journal prompt pages.

Page 24-28- Learning about the question mark. Your choice of “I wonder”
pages- use the provided pictures if you choose to. One journal
prompt page.

Page 29-30 Student fills in this sentence fill-in and matching page for mixed
practice.

Page 31-35- Sorting activity- see instructions on how to use this activity.

Page 36-44- Set of 24 task cards to apply their knowledge and answer sheets

Page 45-46- Assessment page and answer key

Page 47-50- Other products, TOU, and Thank you pages

Please check out the preview for a closer look at what is included.

I hope you and your students enjoy these writing activities and you see GREAT improvement in their writing!
Enjoy!
~Tori

I'd love for you to join my NEW FB group for all things teaching related:
New Teacher Hang Out by Tori's Teacher Tips


Want ideas and LOTS of freebies? Check out:
Tori's Teacher Tips
Tori's Teacher Tips Facebook Page
Total Pages
47 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
Report this Resource
Loading...
$4.00
Digital Download
List Price:
$5.00
You Save:
$1.00
More products from Tori's Teacher Tips
Product Thumbnail
Product Thumbnail
Product Thumbnail
Product Thumbnail
Product Thumbnail
Teachers Pay Teachers

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.

Learn More

Keep in Touch!

Sign Up