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Complete sentences anchor chart

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I refer to our rounding rules chart so often we all have the cute little chants memorized! When students are solving problems in which rounding is required, we review the rules as a class using this chart.

This post includes step-by-step instructions for printing poster-sized PDFs, along with examples of some highly effective ELA and math anchor charts that boost student independence in a classroom setting.

Writing Mini Lesson #2- Complete Sentences - Rockin Resources

This lesson will focus on writing COMPLETE SENTENCES using subjects and predicates. Writing in complete sentences is the first basic writing lesson every student should learn. Sentence structure is important to help students write in journals, responses to reading, paragraphs, essays, book reports and so much more. It will

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These writing complete sentences resources are perfect for teaching 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd grade students how to write complete sentences. They include anchor charts, posters, worksheets, complete sentence centers, and more! Students will learn about subjects & predicates. They will practice how to expand sentences, how to stretch a sentence, and writing descriptive sentences. This is a great resource for sentence structure!
Free Sentence Writing Activities Blog post about having a fantastic first week of school with these fun, FREE getting to know you writing sentences activities for your first graders or second graders! Set up your writing block with digital writing anchor charts while your students are writing to get to know each other! Win-Win!
This Hamburger Paragraph Writing Packet and Graphic Organizer is a fun activity for first, second, and third grade students. A great way to introduce paragraph writing, this will hook 1st, 2nd, & 3rd grade writers into writing strong paragraphs- complete with a main idea sentence, 3 detail sentences, and a concluding sentence. This resource includes anchor charts, detailed lessons, editable hamburger templates, teacher examples, individual/partner practice pages, and assessments with rubric.
Writing Complete Sentences: Teacher Tips and Activities