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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

  • 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. 

  • 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.