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Your students learn about the Mona Lisa as they solve escape room challenges (grammar, grades 4-8) and ultimately create their own Mona Lisa collaborative poster for their classroom! Great fun, memorable, and engaging! #artwithjennyk #brainwavesinstruction
How to Use Commas in Compound Sentences with Coordinating Conjunctions
Get these 8 grammar mini anchor charts to glue in your students interactive writing journals. They are a great resource to help your students remember some important grammar rules. Topics included: Punctuation Rules, Capitalization Rules, Comma Rules, Quotation Marks, Subject and Verb Agreement, Subject and Predicate, and Compound and Complex Sentences!
This FREE grammar activity challenges a student to think critically by selecting the best word that would not otherwise fit in each sentence. #GrammarErrors #MiddleSchoolEnglish #HighSchoolEnglish
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Grammar crackers website... A variety of grammar lessons - great for weekly lessons; includes brief lesson at beginning, model examples, and several practice questions.
Add some color to your grammar lesson plans. Have students color and create while studying language basics.
Read about how I play these fun, free grammar games to teach parts of speech and to make it FUN!