Punctuation Day (Sept. 24th)
Commas, periods, and hyphens: oh my! Help your students become expert grammarians with these resources that are all about punctuation.
Students learn to construct viable sentences and eliminate errors like fragments, run-on or fused sentences, and comma splices. In addition, students learn how to construct simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex sentences.
This new series of Order Up! focuses on having students practicing editing and writing skills. This set will make the perfect assessment or review tool.
Improve writing by showing students how to use quotation marks in dialogue correctly. Explains split quotations, capitalization, commas, question marks, exclamation points, and periods. CCSS L 3.2c, CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.4.2b.
A useful PowerPoint explaining the different punctuation marks and their uses. Could be done in ‘chunks’ according to which punctuation mark you are focusing on.
They're called "sentence strips" because each packet consists of strips of color-coded pieces of paper with different sentence elements provided for students to generate sentences.
Learn punctuation marks with KUNG FU moves! Students learn three belts; white, red and black! Loads of fun! Punctuation, periods, apostrophes, commas, colon, semi colon, speech marks, question marks, exclamation marks etc.
Each cartoon teaches a particular concept with humor and wit to help kids get interested in the topic and present a grammar concept with a visual that will help embed the lesson in the students' minds.
These are a perfect addition to literacy stations or for "I'm done!" work. These can be laminated and used year after year. Students can either write answers in their literacy notebooks, "I'm done" notebooks, or can write the answers on the answer sheets to hand in to you.