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Punctuation: How to Use Exclamation Marks

Punctuation: How to Use Exclamation Marks

Forty writing challenges in four workbooks with additional creative challenges. Detailed step-by-step guidance in two sets of slides with additional notes for teachers and parents. Covers all aspects of the curriculum including: - Sequence sentences to form short narratives - Separate words with spaces - Use spacing between words that reflects the size of the letters. - Understanding how grammatical patterns in a sentence indicate its function as an exclamation - Using an exclamation mark with an interjection - Identify and use appropriate end punctuation to demarcate different sentence types (exclamation) - Using exclamation marks both for emphasis in statements and commands, and to mark exclamations Challenges are provided on editable slides. They can be used to demonstrate approaches to writing sentences and edited to create your own additional challenges. Challenges are based on a theme of 'mermaids and water monsters' to stimulate creative thinking and writing. Each challenge involves some unpunctuated text for children to rewrite with punctuation. These are accompanied by fun challenges that range from creative to silly. Challenges can be checked using the 'Sentence Check Sheets'. These accompany each set of challenges and progressively increase the methods of punctuation to check. Space is provided for a self-check and a peer-check. The main guidance slides can also be printed off to make a colourful class display and a helpful reference. Includes versions in British-English and US-English
thinky
Punctuation: How to Use Question Marks

Punctuation: How to Use Question Marks

Thirty writing challenges in three workbooks with additional creative challenges. Detailed step-by-step guidance in two sets of slides with additional notes for teachers and parents. Covers all aspects of the curriculum including: - Sequence sentences to form short narratives - Separate words with spaces - Use spacing between words that reflects the size of the letters. - Forming questions with an initial interrogative pronoun - Using subject–verb inversion to write a question - Correctly punctuating a question tag - Recognising and writing different types of sentences: questions - Identify and use appropriate end punctuation to demarcate different sentence types (question mark) Challenges are provided on editable slides. They can be used to demonstrate approaches to writing sentences and edited to create your own additional challenges. Challenges are based on a theme of 'mermaids and water monsters' to stimulate creative thinking and writing. Each challenge involves some unpunctuated text for children to rewrite with punctuation. These are accompanied by fun challenges that range from creative to silly. Challenges can be checked using the 'Sentence Check Sheets'. These accompany each set of challenges and progressively increase the methods of punctuation to check. Space is provided for a self-check and a peer-check. The main guidance slides can also be printed off to make a colourful class display and a helpful reference. Includes versions in British-English and US-English
thinky
Literature & Composition, Second Collection

Literature & Composition, Second Collection

Here are 9 'Literature & Composition' resources, each of which contains six pieces of writing and six separate writing assignments. The writing assignments (and selections) vary in length and are intended to inspire students aged 11-13 to try writing in different forms and styles. Use the reading and writing assignments to complement a unit study on a particular topic, or work through the selections as part of your language arts lessons. The themes of the titles in this bundle are: Bears, British Royals, Flowers, Mars, Simple Things, The Moon, The Sun, Trees, Water
canadianwinter
Literature & Composition, First Collection

Literature & Composition, First Collection

Here are 10 'Literature & Composition' resources, each of which contains six pieces of writing and six separate writing assignments. The writing assignments (and selections) vary in length and are intended to inspire students aged 11-13 to try writing in different forms and styles. Use the reading and writing assignments to complement a unit study on a particular topic, or work through the selections as part of your language arts lessons. The themes of the titles in this bundle are: Autumn, Character Description, Irish Fairies, Chinese Dragons, Japanese Gardens, Mice, Night, The Sea, Travel, Winter.
canadianwinter
Two Happy Crabs Coloring Page

Two Happy Crabs Coloring Page

Two Happy Crabs Coloring Page for Under The Sea & Ocean-Themed Units. Have fun coloring this original, hand-drawn coloring page with markers, colored-pencils, or crayons! No Prep. Just print & color! 1 page + cover & credits page = 3 pages total.
vlrynn
ANIMAL RESOURCE BANK

ANIMAL RESOURCE BANK

This is a resource bank for BUSY TEACHERS. It contains a wide variety of activities, vocabulary, grammar, game rules, writing tasks, conversation tasks etc. A BOARDGAME AND A VOCABULARY POSTER INCLUDED.
Olynj
ABC in the SEA Colouring book - Art- Marine life- Marine Conservation

ABC in the SEA Colouring book - Art- Marine life- Marine Conservation

ABC in the SEA Colouring book Make your mark, keep the colour in the Ocean! An excellent learner/teacher resource. Can be used as a self guided curriculum or class led activity book. Using Art as a creative tool to engage learners in marine conservation and positive change for citizens of the planet above and beneath the surface of the sea. Cross curricular; Art/ Science/ Geography/ PSHE / English / Citizenship Learning objectives; Marine life, Marine eco-systems, Carbon sinking properties of Ocean, Symbiotic relationships, Connection between Terrestrial and Marine life-how they both need each other to survive, Ocean acidification, Climate change, Over population, Food resources, Energy resources, Endangered animals, Marine protected areas, Conservation, Community action, Consumer choices, Eco-tourism, Colour and Pattern, Colour theory, Art inspiration from Nature, Presentation and Discussion, Art as a tool for positive social change and environmental awareness. Differentiation opportunities- Endless… SEND- Alphabet and basic colour application. Gifted and talented- Research discussion points referenced in the book and design and implement own environmental campaign. ABC in the SEA is inclusive of 2 colouring pages for each Alphabet letter. 2 pages of information relating to that creature and its important place in the eco-system. Including sections; “Conservation Corner” , “Helping Humans” and “Action Stations” for each letter. ABC in the SEA PDF can be used to apply colour and effects using digital apps on computers or ipad’s or printed and apply colour using traditional art materials such as pencils and watercolour paints. The resulting alphabet can be kept as an individual achievement and a collective class/school resource. Used for signs, labels, names. Shared in school display, publicity and social media. "ABC in the SEA is a beautifully illustrated colouring book exploring the marvellous marine life on planet Earth. Drawing in the reader to become an aquatic artist, explorer and eco-hero. To learn about the citizens of the sea but also how their lives are intrinsic to our own. How our actions effect their survival, and how their special powers enable ours to continue. ABC in the SEA colouring book welcomes the reader to become the explorer in making their own mark on these brilliant beings through their own creative experimentation and expression, artistically, and in the life choices we make". All profits from ABC in the SEA colouring book go to Atelier Aquatic Community Interest Company, www.atelieraqutic.org - Facebook @AtelierAquatic - Instagram- @atelieraquatic ABC in the SEA can also be bought as an ebook or softcover on www.blurb.com http://www.blurb.com/ebooks/636269-abc-in-the-sea
neetgardner
The Whale (KS2, Fiction) - creative ideas for planning discussion, writing and art

The Whale (KS2, Fiction) - creative ideas for planning discussion, writing and art

This resource contains ideas for creative literacy planning for the intriguing picture book 'The Whale' by Ethan and Vita Murrow. Suitable for Key Stage 2. It contains tried and tested ideas for: - engaging your class in vibrant discussion - applying their ideas to a piece of imaginative and creative writing - illuminating their work with innovative artwork This 'Have you Tried?' resource can form the basis for an outstanding, cross-curricular unit of literacy work. Story synopsis: Two young explorers go to sea to solve the mystery of the great whale hoax 50 years before. Beautifully illustrated, their amazing discovery brings to light questions of destiny, coincidence and fate. For more ideas like this, visit articulateeducation.co.uk
articulate_education
What Comes Next? Ready Made Activities, Templates and Clipart

What Comes Next? Ready Made Activities, Templates and Clipart

This bundle contains 7 previously published resources: (1) What Comes Next? - Fruit and Berry; (2) What Comes Next? - Underwater; (3) What Comes Next? - Shapes and Colours; (4) What Comes Next? – Sewing Items; (5) What Comes Next? – Knitting Hobby; (6) What Comes Next? – Halloween; (7) Clipart for Making “What’s Next” Activities. For single resources and other bundles please browse my shop. You can also download free clipart set: Make Your Own “What’s Next” Activities here: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/-11699949 Keywords: educational, puzzle, visual, logic, game, next, what comes next, pattern recognition, sequence, sequential patterns, continue, order, row, chain, object, pattern, repetition, riddle, fun, leisure, activity, exercise, training, learning, worksheet, illustration.
ratselmeister