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Simple Sentences

Analyze the structure of, and compose simple sentences, including those with compound subjects and/or compound predicates.

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Ages: 6 - 9
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Blue Ribbon Readers: The Train Interactive Game
From pbslearningmedia.org, produced by WPSU
The Train Game is part of WPSU’s Blue Ribbon Readers, a collection of seven interactive games designed to help elementary school students gain reading comprehension competences. The Train Game helps students develop synthesis skills by asking them to... [more]
May 29, 2012 at 12:15 AM
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Ages: 5 - 7
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What is a sentence! 1st grade!
From YouTube, produced by Rise Academy
This first-year teaching is using the Whole Brain Teaching Method (WBT) to teach a lesson about sentences to her first grade class.  Even without using the WBT method, the cheer/chant/movements that are used for teaching what a sentence is, would be ... [more]
August 23, 2012 at 09:38 AM
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Ages: 4 - 7
546 Views:
Super Why… To the Rescue! (Interactive Game)
From pbskids.org, produced by PBS Teachers
Play this Super WHY! game, Super Why…To the Rescue!, to practice sentence construction! Students will help Super Why catch the words to create a sentence and then have to decide what word fits in the missing spot of the sentence!
June 12, 2012 at 01:00 AM
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Ages: 3 - 8
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Build Sentences with Sight Words
From YouTube, produced by K5Stars.com
This snippet from a DVD includes 3 sentences.  A sentence is spoken using sight words.  The sentence builder machine pulls the words from the pile in the correct order.  The narrator reads the complete sentence including the ending punctuation.  (1:1... [more]
March 31, 2009 at 08:55 PM
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Ages: 8 - 12
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The 4 Types of Sentences - Song
From YouTube
This photo slide show has a song and lesson that teaches the 4 types of English sentences: declarative, imperative, interrogative, and exclamatory. (5:00)
April 6, 2009 at 10:39 AM
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Ages: 3 - 11
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Building English Vocabulary-Holidays
From YouTube, produced by Super Memo
This animation for kids presents vocabulary related to holidays, and reads and shows each word in a sentence. The sentences are read by a male and a female narrator with British accents.  British terms such as ""ice creams" are used.
August 22, 2009 at 03:12 PM
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Ages: 3 - 6
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And The Caboose Said-Read A Loud
From mightybook.com, produced by Mighty Book 2005
This animated story for small children presents sounds.  The story lists what each page character says, including the sounds they make. "The sign in the station said- Welcome to the Village". The caboose is the last one on the list so he says "The En... [more]
November 17, 2009 at 01:32 PM
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