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  • Updated: Seven pages of reference facts for: conjunctions, interjections, proofreader's marks, parts of speech, sentence type, capitalization, punctuation (closing punctuation, comma rules, apostrophes), correcting common errors, and more! Common Core: ELA: Writing:W.6.5, W.7.5, W.8.5

  • Use this 'Rules and Practice: Sentence Types (elem/upper elem/middle)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Rules and Practice: Sentence Types (elem/upper elem/middle)'. Imperative, interrogative, declarative, exclamatory. A student study guide is followed by ten pages of language arts skills development.
  • Use this 'Flashcards: Sentence Type Reference (b/w)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Flashcards: Sentence Type Reference (b/w)'. Set of illustrated cards, one each for each of the 4 sentence types: declarative, exclamatory, imperative, interrogative. Each card has a description of the sentence and examples of use. Can be used as a desk-top or take home reference.
  • Use this 'Flashcards: Sentence Type Reference (color)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Flashcards: Sentence Type Reference (color)'. Set of 4 color illustrated cards, one each for each of the 4 sentence types: declarative, exclamatory, imperative, interrogative. Each card has a description of the sentence and examples of use. Can be used as a desk-top or take home reference.
  • Use this 'Flashcards: Sentence Type (4) (b/w)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Flashcards: Sentence Type (4) (b/w)'. A flashcard with the 4 types of sentences printed on it in black and white. Four cards to a page.
  • Four full-color posters with rules and examples for the four basic sentence types (exclamatory, interrogative, declarative, and imperative).
  • Classify the sentences as imperative, declarative, interrogative, or exclamatory, and punctuate them correctly.
  • Updated: Seven pages of reference facts for: conjunctions, interjections, proofreader's marks, parts of speech, sentence type, capitalization, punctuation (closing punctuation, comma rules, apostrophes), correcting common errors, and more! Common Core: ELA: Writing:W.6.5, W.7.5, W.8.5

  • Four no-prep pages of grammar practice with a fun winter theme. Includes: write the contractions, color the mittens by parts of speech, write sentences of each type, and write the singular and plural of each winter picture.

  • Four no-prep pages of grammar practice with a St. Patrick's Day theme. Includes: write the contractions, color the shamrocks by parts of speech, write sentences of each type, and capitalize the paragraph and rewrite.

  • Four no-prep pages of grammar practice with a Valentine's Day theme. Includes: color the candy hearts by parts of speech, write the contractions, write sentences of each type, and write the singular and plural of each valentine animal couple.

  • Interactive Notebook activity that contains six sections on ending marks; period, question mark, and exclamation point. One section reviews the rules of ending marks and sentence types (telling, commanding, asking and strong emtion) and gives examples. 

  • Four no-prep pages of grammar practice with a fun Christmas theme. Includes: color the Christmas lights by parts of speech, write the singular and plural of each Christmas picture, sort and write the nouns by type on the ornaments, and punctuate the letter to Santa.

  • Use this 'Worksheet: What Is a Verb? (primary/elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Worksheet: What Is a Verb? (primary/elem)'. Defines and gives brief examples of action and being verbs. Students are then to sort verbs according to function and write sentences using both types of verbs.