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Two worksheets for students to use to demonstrate their ability to identify a simply subject and predicate within a sentence! Answer keys are included.
One of the first capitalization rules taught is to always capitalize the first word of a sentence! This resource gives students the ability to practice identifying the capitalization of first words as well as practice using the rule when copying given sentences.
$2.25Buy NowThis “What is a Sentence?” resource includes two colorful teaching posters and 6 different student pages for students to demonstrate what they have learned! Students will learn the definition of a simple sentence, that a sentence has two parts, the first word is capitalized and always ends with punctuation.The first 3 student pages will give a simple sentence and students are asked to identify (circle) the first word, underline the capital letter of that first word and circle the punctuation. They will then copy the sentence and draw a picture to represent the sentence.The last 3 student pages will give a simple sentence and students are asked to identify both the ‘naming part’ and the ‘telling part’ of the sentence. They will then copy the sentence and draw a picture to represent the sentence.
15 worksheet activities to help students practice and reinforce important Grammar skills!
Here are the skills covered:
1. Proofreading – Spotting incomplete sentences, spelling mistakes, capitalization
2. Using punctuation correctly – periods, commas, quotation marks
3. Writing to inform: Correct sequencing, adding supporting evidence, descriptive writing, title creation
4. Writing dialogue
5. Using Tense correctly – past, present, future
6. Perspective – 1st, 2nd and 3rd person
This workbook resource will give students the explanations and practice they need to master important grammar skills which will help them be successful in writing and ready them for national and/or state testing. Includes a pretest, a post test and answer keys.
Suggestion of use: Have students create a grammar journal during their learning. On the first day of each new lesson, have students write in their journal the topic, any rules and quick examples. This will help them commit the information to memory and can also be a quick resource for them in the future. If a lesson has more than one practice section, each can be spread out throughout the week for quick mini-practice. There are 30 ‘lessons’. This workbook can be spread out through the year or completed more quickly depending on how you choose to assign each lesson and the practices. (See description below for further information)