ASKING TELLING YELLING
3 TYPES OF SENTENCES.
YOU WOULD NEED TO CUT OUT HEADERS AND FLASHCARDS
STUDENTS WILL PUT THE WORDS UNDER THE CORRECT HEADER AND THEN WILL EVENTUALLY WRITE THEIR FAVORITE __(NUMBER OF FAVORITE)___ SENTENCES USING THE
This sheet displays boxes which allows students to either write or draw sequencing the events from a story. This could also be used to have the students to create their own story. The keywords included are "First, Next, Then, After that, Finally".
You can use this format in many grade levels and can use it to hand out individually or to create the basic format. This allows students to reflect on their week noting what they could have done better at and what they feel their successes were.
Questions for students to fill out/copy into notebook for the math problem of the day. This asks the students to write the problem, draw it, solve it and explain how they solved it. Very useful.
two on one page for economical printing