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4 Types of Sentences

There are four types of sentences. Declarative – makes a statement – Example: I like chocolate. Interrogative – asks a question – Example: Do you like chocolate? Imperative – gives a command – Example: Give me the chocolate. Exclamatory –...

4 Types of Writing

There are four main types of writing: expository, persuasive, narrative, and descriptive. Expository – Writing in which author’s purpose is to inform or explain the subject to the reader. Persuasive – Writing that states the opinion of the writer and...

sub comment form

Substitute Comment Form

This is a form for subs to write a comment for each period of the day. You may also like… Substitute Lesson Plan Form Class Schedule Form Parent Contact Form Late Assignments Form

Is It Fact or Opinion

In both reading and writing we often need to be able to tell the difference between fact and opinion. In writing we often make factual statements and support them with opinion. When reading it is important to know if a...

Christmas Anagrams

An anagram is a word or phrase made by rearranging the letters in another word or phrase. Unscramble the letters to form a word or phrase. THEME: Christmas Teachers Trims Causal Ants Brads Itchy Shirt Leg Bins Jell Hatch Sled...



Using Nouns as Adjectives

Directions: Sometimes nouns are used as adjectives. Words that are usually nouns can help describe other nouns. Underline the nouns that are used as adjectives. Ex: I think peanut candy is the best. Peanut is usually a noun, but in...

Parts of Speech Practice

Directions: Using the example words given, write two sample sentences for each part of speech. 1. Noun: a person, place, thing, quality, or act. Examples: pencil, girl, park, happiness 2. Verb: action words that tell what nouns do. Examples: to...

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2009 Calendar

January to December 2009 calendar with lots of space to write. You may also like… Word Calendar for December Printable Calendar Maker Weekly Planning Calendar 2013 Calendar