4 worksheets requiring students to write 5 complete sentences.
The directions are as follows:
Write 5 complete sentences using action verbs. Complete sentences begin with a capital letter and end with a period.
Write 5 complete sentences using nouns and verbs.
Complete sentences begin with a capital letter and end with a period.
Write 5 complete sentences. Circle the verbs and underline the nouns.
Write 5 complete sentences. Circle the verbs. Underline the nouns. Draw a rectangle around the adjectives.
I used these sheets as warm-ups/mini-lessons and homework assignments.
What was the most fun you had this summer?
Write about it inside the sun below. Remember to use details and complete sentences.
This product perfect for class discussions and bulletin boards!
You can either use the full page or have students cut out the suns before you put them on display.
This activity is part of a larger set - The Ultimate Back to School Activities Pack!!!, but each product is also sold separately.
2 pages, 8 questions
This lesson asks students to identify Acute, Obtuse and Right angles.
It was successful with my 4th grade students.
This can either be used as a morning warm-up, math warm-up, homework, in-class practice or quiz.
1 graphic organizer
Great for independent reading and homework.
2 pages, 2 design options
Add these personal word walls to reading and/or writing folders to help remind
students that sequence words tell us when events happen.
My students would also refer to this word wall to help them with spelling when completing writing assignments.
This is just a fun little activity I did with my students as a warm-up to making inferences