Teaching Types of Sentences

Hi! This is Courtney from Swimming into Second. I'm stopping by today to share a book that I recently found to teach different types of sentences. I ordered this book at the end of last school year and just remembered that I have it. #toomanybooks


 

I have recently just finished teaching the 4 different types of sentences and I thought this book would be a great review. I love that the characters in each book only say a certain type of sentence and their names are related to this. For example, Declara only says declarative sentences.

For our review, I read my students this book. Then, I pulled sentences from the text and typed them up without punctuation marks. In groups, the students had to add the correct punctuation marks to the sentences and then glue them on a piece of chart paper.



Declarative sentences and Interrogative sentences are on the other side of the paper.

This was a great review of the sentences and I heard some great discussion going on about why the sentences had to have certain marks.

I have these sentences available as a freebie for you. Click here to grab the freebie.

There are a few other books in this language series that you also might be interested in. You can check them out below.

 

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11 comments

  1. Thanks so much for the book titles,idea and freebie!

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  2. I've never seen this series before. I love to find new books to add to my classroom. Thanks for sharing!-Lisa

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    1. These are great ones, Lisa! I think you'll love them!

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  3. Thanks for the book recommendations and the freebie!

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  4. What a cool book. I'm starting to review types of sentences next, and I will definitely be adding this to my bag of tricks. Thanks!
    Jan
    Laughter and Consistency

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  5. Perfect timing on this! I just started planning my sentence unit, this will be an awesome addition! Thanks yay!!!

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  6. Thank you so much for the sentence freebie and for the book suggestions. I just went and purchased them from Amazon. Can't wait to use them in my class.

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  7. Thank you so much! I'm a new teacher. I can use all the help I can get:-)

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  8. I can't seem to see the title of the book?? I think my computer is giving me problems. Can you tell me the name of the book you are talking about? Thanks, Tina

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