Monday, June 18, 2012

Four Types Of Sentences Charts

Today I attended a great ELA Common Core training.  One of our presenters said that we should use the correct terminology when talking about the four types of sentences with our first grade students.  I usually refer to sentences as "asking sentences or telling sentences" or a question or sentence that uses an exclamation mark, etc.  I always think its a good idea to expose the students to correct terms and LOVE to hear their little voices use such big words.  I came home with a list of things to do from my training and making charts for declarative, imperative, exclamatory and interrogative sentences was on it.  Here's what I came up with:




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14 comments:

  1. Thank you! Good info to know!

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  2. Thanks for these...so cute! I, too, have a reading series which calls proper nouns 'special nouns'. They are special only because no one else on the planet calls them that!

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  3. These posters are so cute! I plan on using them in my classroom in the fall! I just printed all of them! Thank you for the freebie! I am your newest follower! Please stop by my blog if you get the chance!
    Darleen
    Third Grade Love

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  6. Oops, tried to comment! These posters are super cute! Thank you for sharing!

    Cyndi
    lacysletters.blogspot.com

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  7. I just stumbled upon your blog and love the Types of Sentences Posters! Thanks for sharing! :)

    Jessica
    Mrs. Heeren's Happenings

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  8. I just printed these posters for my classroom. They are adorable. Thanks for sharing this freebie!

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  9. These are awesome! Thanks for sharing.

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  10. My students are creating a Grammar book that they can keep for years to come. Do you have these so that they are smaller? We are using a generic composition book to cut and past things into and these are so adorable, but too large to fit in the book.

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  11. Thank You, would be very useful for teaching undergraduate students as well!

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