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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

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.

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Want to see your students communicating about professions and careers? You’ll get 100% student participation with these Spanish Professions Google Drive Activities for your unit on jobs. Students love moving the images around. The activities begin with recognition (CI) and progress to student production. Students complete sentences and answer questions using the vocabulary for las profesiones y las carreras. Activities, worksheets, and handouts for Spanish Two and Spanish Three. Click the link!
Do your students need practice with sequencing words to create a sentence? This deck of Boom CardsTM will help your Kindergarten or First Grade students practice building sentences. The students will click and drag each word into the sentence frame in order to create a complete sentence. There is a picture to support each sentence and help students with meaning. Boom Cards are self checking so these activites are great for independet work or centers.
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This activity is a simple sorting activity in which students decide if the words make a complete sentence or not. Then they sort them into labeled cups.