Sunday, June 9, 2013

4 Types of Sentences-My 1st Upper Grades Product!

I've just finished and uploaded my very first literacy pack for upper grades. This one is on the 4 types of sentences: declarative, imperative, interrogative, and exclamatory. Here's a little preview of what all is included in the common core aligned unit:
 






Click the picture to check out the unit







Want to win it? Leave a comment below and I'll randomly pick 2 winners tonight! :)



19 comments:

  1. This is wonderful (as always!) Good luck this year in 5th grade! Your new kiddos are so lucky to have you! :) -MrsLRizzo@gmail.com

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  2. Looks awesome. Love the bright colors, stripes and polka dots.
    Welcome to upper grade. I'm now following your new big grade blog :)

    taskcard123@yahoo.com

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  3. Love it! You could adapt this for any grade level!

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  4. Looks great! Especially for an upper grade pack! :)

    cheriemae@gmail.com

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  5. The pack looks fabulous! That would work well in my special education classroom!

    tellersc@geschools.com

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  6. I love it! I was a first grade teacher for 10 years and moved to 3rd last year. Next year I'll be teaching a 3/4 split. Good luck with your new grade level!!

    Aimee
    aimee@vanmiddlesworth.org
    Pencils, Books, and Dirty Looks

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  7. That is so cute! I love the papers and frames you used!

    -Becky
    Lesson Plans & Lattes

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  8. Love it! I definitely could use this since I am moving to 5th grade reading next year. Hope I win!

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  9. Just wanted to let you know a few corrections you might want to make on the posters- It should be an not a, because the next word begins with a vowel- an imperative sentence, an exclamatory, and an interrogative...

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    1. Thank you! I had discovered that typo after I created the picture preview and uploaded the wrong one! Thanks for catching it! :) :)

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  10. This pack looks awesome! Hope I win! Virginia

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  11. Are you going from 1st to 5th? I went from K to 5th...many years ago. :)I loved K., but I LOVE 5th even more...bet you will love it, too! 5th graders are awesome...they are so eager to learn, much more independent, love to get involved helping others, just plain fun to hang out with, AND (big plus!)they still think you know a thing or two. :) I will warn you that it will take a little while to stop talking, in my case, Kindernese with them. Things like "when the big hand gets on the five" may trip you up at first! :) Have the best year ever!! :)

    Your Types of Sentences packet looks awesome...very colorful and bright and interactive! 5th graders would definitely have fun and learn at the same time with it. Thanks so much for this opportunity to win it! :)
    jody.erickso@k12.sd.us

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  12. This looks great! 5th grade is going to fun :)

    saraheliza89@gmail.com

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  13. This would be good for a variety of grades. For lower grades, it can introduce the concept and be used for reinforcement/practice. I can see using this towards the beginning of the year in upper grades for a review of the concepts. I definitely plan on purchasing this, but I hope I win it :)

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  14. You will LOVE 5th grade. I moved to 5th from 3rd last year and I can't see myself teaching any other grade! Your Types of Sentence packet is perfect for a literacy workshop activity! Super cute!

    5th Grade Wit and Whimsy

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  15. How cute! Congrats on your move. I am feeling the itch to move also.

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  16. I'm on the move this August, too, and I'm on the lookout for more olderish-kid stuff. This looks great!
    - Amanda {avphilli@gmail.com}
    TravelTeachandLove

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  17. This packet looks great and it will definitely be something fun to start off next year with! ashantecarr@gmail.com

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  18. Oh man! I would love to win this product! Def. could use it in my fourth grade classroom. apizzy731@gmail.com Great job BTW!

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