Use this slide presentation to review simple and compound sentences.
Videos and activities are included.
Use this slide presentation for a review of conventions.
Students will identify complete sentences.
Students will identify the subject and the predicate in a sentence.
Students will recognize the difference between a complete sentence and a fragment.
Students will make changes to turn a fragment into a complete sentence.
Worksheet Use the camera on the Educreations app to take a picture of this worksheet.
Students can work in groups to identify complete sentences and change fragments into complete sentences.
This interactive activity from Read Write Think is a valuable resource for so many subjects.
Students can develop vocabulary in different content areas by creating their own crossword puzzle.
Students can work in teams to create a crossword puzzle for other teams to solve.
Teachers can use this resource as a pre or post activity.
This could also be a fun activity to assign as homework.
The students can create the puzzle for their parents to complete, or the parents can create the puzzle for their child to complete.
Read Write Think provides various interactive activities for students to write about themselves.
I compiled a “More All About Me” Activities list.
Teachers can provide a mini lesson on each of these interactive activities and then let the students choose the manner in which they wish to present information about themselves.
I had the privilege of working with Laura Moore when we were both teachers on a fourth grade team.
Then Laura became a member of the North East Technology Services team.
Laura is a great resource for integrating technology and engaging students in their learning.
Laura created a Thinglink slideshow tutorial on how to use iBooks. Laura chose the book by Emma Virjan, What This Story Needs is a Pig in a Wig, to use in this tutorial.
Check out Learn Moore Stuff for more resources.