Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentence Sorting Activity (3rd-5th grade)

Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentence SORT

Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentence Sort This cute activity requires students to cut out the sentences and glue them in the correct place - great for your kinesthetic learners! After the sentences are sorted, you can also have students order

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Compound and Complex Sentences; Dependent and Independent Clauses

Interactive way to teacher sentence structure! Let students pick cards to create…                                                                                                                                                                                 More

What a fun idea! Give each student a sheet of...

I like this idea- Interactive way to teacher sentence structure! Let students pick cards to create their own sentences, have students match cards to words/pictures, or even use the cards to learn parts of speech.

anchors: writing - types of sentences - jeff anderson - mechanically inclined! have the students practice their own after modeling.

English - Pinned says: anchors: writing - types of sentences - jeff anderson - mechanically inclined! have the students practice their own after modeling.

Complex Sentences! This sentence structure product includes 47 cut-apart pieces: 16  independent clause sentence strips in a story, 19 dependent clause signal words (subordinating conjunctions), and 12 punctuation pieces. It includes detailed directions (with photo examples) for a paired student activity led by the teacher.

Complex Sentence Structure: A Hands-On Sentence Creating Activity

This sentence structure product includes 47 cut-apart pieces: 16 independent clause sentence strips in a story, 19 dependent clause signal words (subordinating conjunctions), and 12 punctuation pieces.

4 Main Types of Sentence Structures

‘Already’ is used to indicate that something has happened earlier. It is used in the mid-position of the sentence, and is usually used with Present Perfect.

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Get this FREE literacy center! Students use the different parts to create a sentence. There are parts that make up sentences that make sense, but students can also make silly sentences. Students can use these during word work or literacy centers to build fluency and practice building sentences.

Get this FREE literacy center! Students use the different parts to create a sentence. There are parts that make up sentences that make sense, but students can also make silly sentences. Students can use these during word work or literacy centers to build

Liked: This helped my fifth-grade students in our complex/compound/simple sentence lessons. /// Learned: Must...fake...enthusiasm for...grammar...if...want...students...to...care.

simple, compound, complex sentences coordinating and subordinating conjunctions. Pair with samples sentences and it will be an awesome anchor chart.

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