Sunday, March 27, 2011

Writing A Complete Sentence

If you are looking for some new activities that will help your beginning writers learn to write a complete sentence check out our newest item on TpT.  It includes 60 pages of activities that will teach your students about nouns, verbs, capitalization and punctuation.  There is also an entry skills assessment and a pre/post assessment that can be used to document student readiness and growth.
sentence structure unit 1sentence structure unit 2 
sentence structure unit 1  sentence structure unit 2
The very first items we ever posted on TpT {What is a Noun? and What is a Verb? books} are part of this download.  Now we’ve combined them, added additional literacy centers and updated some of the graphics.


  1. This looks really great... sometimes I feel like it's an endless battle to get my students to truly understand a good, complete sentence. Thanks!

  2. I've added this to my wishlist! Looks great!

  3. I just downloaded this from TPT. Absolutely AMAZING! I can't wait for the fall so I can use it from the beginning. What a great tool to identify specific skills!

  4. I noticed your Houghton Mifflin word of the day--Out of curiosity, did you have to contact them to get copyright approval? I am so worried about making things for tpt with all those copyright pop-ups.

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