A great resource to teach the basic uses of a period. This sheet looks at two types of periods: periods that belong at the end of a sentence and those that follow a person's title. Ten sentences are provided, and the second page has the answers.
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The ea and ear sounds
Focus on the /ea/ and /ear/ sounds. Learners complete three sentences by adding the appropriate ea word from a word bank, re-writing each sentence. Then, they read an excerpt from Little Red Riding Hood and find all the words with...
K - 1st English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Checking Grammar: Accuracy
Get young writers in the practice of editing their work using this punctuation and grammar worksheet. They first read eight sentences with grammar issues, rewriting or checking off as correct. The sentence errors involve subject-verb...
K - 2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
The Sentence Song ♫♪♫ | Scratch Garden
A laid back beat and silly animation makes a music video about sentence structure a hit among young learners. Find out what a capital letter is and when we use them, as well as end punctuation; the period, exclamation point, and question...
2 mins K - 2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Writing Lesson Plan: Stop and Go: Capitals and Periods
Examine writing using a fun, interactive format. Young writers choose a piece of their own writing to proofread for initial capitals and final periods they left out. They work independently using green stickers to add capitals and red...
2nd - 4th English Language Arts
Introduce Reading Connected Text
Get your scholars ready to read their first story...with a little assistance, of course. Projecting the short story (included) for all readers to see, point to each word so they can sound it out together. The strategy here is not to have...
K - 1st English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable