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Grammar Skills

Grammar Skills

Grammar Skills. Telling Sentences and Questions. Telling Sentences and Questions. Henry sees a rainbow. This is a telling sentence. A telling sentence tells about someone or something Notice that it starts with a capital and ends with a punctuation mark.

By bobby
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“Don’t tell us the old lady screamed. Bring her on and let her scream.” Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain)

“Don’t tell us the old lady screamed. Bring her on and let her scream.” Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain)

“Don’t tell us the old lady screamed. Bring her on and let her scream.” Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain). Show Not Tell. You’ve heard me say it over and over. You’ve seen examples galore. You’ve been practicing with writing poetry and prose. Is focused, descriptive

By kasen
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Ideas: Lesson 1

Ideas: Lesson 1

Ideas: Lesson 1. Write a one paragraph description of one of these everyday places: Your bedroom 2. Your kitchen 3. Your classroom 4. Your Backyard 5. The scene outside a window you look out of often. 6. A secret place or somewhere you like to hide. 7. Your front yard or front porch

By miach
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Questions

Questions

Questions. Telling Sentences. Or. Telling sentences begin with a capital letter. Telling sentences end with a period. Some sentences tell something. A telling sentence is also called a statement. Here are some examples of telling sentences, or statements. Jenny planted a seed.

By kanan
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Thursday September 25th Lesson 5, Day 4

Thursday September 25th Lesson 5, Day 4

Thursday September 25th Lesson 5, Day 4. Objective: To listen and respond appropriately to oral communication. Question of the Day: Question of the Day: Think about different kinds of gardens. If you had a garden, what would you plant? If I had a garden, I would plant __________.

By khuong
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Lesson #5 Day 4

Lesson #5 Day 4

Lesson #5 Day 4. High Frequency Words. now. thank. much. find. no. yes. get. there. find. much. thank. I Dig, Dig, Dig I dig, dig, dig, And I plant some seeds. I rake, rake, rake, And I pull some weeds. I wait and watch, And soon I know. My garden sprouts,

By ilario
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Reading Street

Reading Street

Reading Street. Unit 1 Week 5. How are people and animals important to one another?. Animal Friends. How do people take care of pets?. How can people help animals?. How can animals help people?. What can we learn about animals by watching them?.

By gaye
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Wednesday September 23 rd Lesson 5, Day 3

Wednesday September 23 rd Lesson 5, Day 3

Wednesday September 23 rd Lesson 5, Day 3. Objective: To listen and respond appropriately to oral communication. Question of the Day: Why do you think people have pets? People like pets because _____________. Objective: To develop the ability to listen for a purpose.

By galena-barlow
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Show Not Tell

Show Not Tell

Show Not Tell. Description by Design. The Bus Stop – Tell Version.

By joshua-fischer
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Day One Day Two Day Three Day Four Day Five

Day One Day Two Day Three Day Four Day Five

Goldilocks and the Three Bears. Day One Day Two Day Three Day Four Day Five. Word Work High Frequency Words Phonics Practice Additional Resources. What kind of adventure can a little girl have?. Characters.

By kenneth-rice
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How to Make Sentences

How to Make Sentences

How to Make Sentences. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3. Presentation by Anissa Stowe. First Grade. NCSCOS OBJECTIVES. Language Arts

By hsanborn
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