Sentences & Sentence Fragments Anchor Chart and lesson idea

Sentences & Sentence Fragments {Anchor Chart Thursdays

COMPLETE SENTENCE OR FRAGMENT?  Week 1 Great activity to get the students' minds thinking about sentence structure and deciphering complete sentences versus fragments.

Would be a great morning work--COMPLETE SENTENCE OR FRAGMENT? Week 1 Great activity to get the students' minds thinking about sentence structure and deciphering complete sentences versus fragments.

Students will get a solid understanding of fragments and complete sentences with this blog post that includes this anchor chart, an activity, and other ideas.

Writing Mini Lesson #3- Fragments

Students will get a solid understanding of fragments and complete sentences with this blog post that includes this anchor chart, an activity, and other ideas.

Poof! Sentence Types – Players draw a strip and identify if it’s a sentence or fragment. If correct, they keep the strip. If they draw Poof!, they lose their strips.

Sentence Types – Players draw a strip and identify if it’s a sentence or fragment. If correct, they keep the strip. If they draw Poof!, they lose their strips.

Learn how to help students identify run-on sentences and sentence fragments with a hands on sort. This activity encourages students to think about the qualities of a complete sentence and how to fix run-ons and fragments in their own writing.

If you know me, you know that a good sort is one of my favorite instructional strategies. I actually think my grade level colleagues get si.

Sentence or Fragment Week 1 Cute activity that could be transformed into any context for sentence fragments and complete sentences.

Sentence or Fragment Week 1 Cute activity that could be transformed into any context for sentence fragments and complete sentences.

FREE Fun and engaging activity to review identifying complete and incomplete sentences

Identifiying Complete Sentences and Addition Bingo: A Few Freebies

I use this anchor chart as I introduce/review sentences and sentence fragments with my students.  First, we talk about what a sentence is, what it has.  Then, we come up with a few examples.  We then do the same for sentence fragments.  Once we have discussed them, the students get with a partner.  They are assigned to come up with their own sentence or sentence fragment.  They then share their sentence/sentence fragment with the class and the class must guess where it will go on the anchor…

Sentences & Sentence Fragments {Anchor Chart Thursdays

Rockin Resources: Fragments and Run-ons for Interactive Notebooks

Fragments and Run-ons for Interactive Notebooks

I suggest to teach paragraph writing at the beginning of the year. This way students will have a good foundation of complete sentences and .

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