Types of Sentences- An Anchor Chart and FREE Resources!

Are you teaching students to identify the four types of sentences? Check out this blog post. It contains multiple activities that you can use in your upper elementary classroom! Check out the types of sentences anchor chart and download the FREE worksheet and interactive notebook foldable!

This anchor chart is designed to assist in teaching students the four types of sentences.
Are you teaching students to identify the four types of sentences? Check out this blog post. It contains multiple activities that you can use in your upper elementary classroom! Check out the types of sentences anchor chart and download the FREE worksheet and interactive notebook foldable!
I created an interactive notebook page to use with students that uses matching clip art.  This way, students' notebook entries will match the anchor chart on the wall!  This file also contains the pieces to make your own anchor chart.  Click here to download a copy of this FREEBIE.
Are you teaching students to identify the four types of sentences? Check out this blog post. It contains multiple activities that you can use in your upper elementary classroom! Check out the types of sentences anchor chart and download the FREE worksheet and interactive notebook foldable!
I also created a free types of sentences worksheet. The worksheet consists as a conversation between two friends. Students simply read each sentence and determine whether it is declarative, exclamatory, interrogative, or imperative.
Are you teaching students to identify the four types of sentences? Check out this blog post. It contains multiple activities that you can use in your upper elementary classroom! Check out the types of sentences anchor chart and download the FREE worksheet and interactive notebook foldable!
Clip art by Cara's Creative Playground. Border by Kelly Benefield.

Finally, if you are interested in collecting additional resources for teaching students to identify the four types of sentences, feel free to check out this bundle (or any of the individual items shown on the image below).
Are you teaching students to identify the four types of sentences? Check out this bundle full of resources. It contains multiple activities that you can use in your upper elementary classroom!

6 comments:

  1. Love the sentence activity! Thank you!

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  2. Deb, thanks for the amazing freebie. I am totally in LOVE with the fact that you even gave us the graphics for the anchor chart too. I LOVE things to match and it will make it so much easier for my fourth graders.

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  3. Thanks for the freebie! I intend to use it in their interactive grammar notebook this week

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  4. Thank you for the lovely ideas

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