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1 Sentence Sort Types of Sentences Primary Writing CCS LA 1.L.1 Produce and expand complete simple and compound declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentences in response to prompts. Understanding types of sentences helps students read and write more fluently. Review the anchor charts with students and use Sentence Practice strips for whole group review of the concept before using this activity in stations. Add text of your own to reflect current literature or content being studied. What’s included: □ Task Card in WORD (click on slide to open in WORD for editing OR open the separate TASK CARD DOC on the website) □ Anchor Charts □ Student Activity Cards for small group work and Practice strips for whole group □ Answer Key for self-checking □ Materials Needed: Comic strips with simple sentences. □ Technology Connection: Copyright © 2013 Innovative Educational Programs. Reproduction rights granted to CHILD Teachers and permitted only for use as instructional material.

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3 Declarative A sentence that tells something and ends with a period. © Innovative Educational Programs Example: Frogs can jump very high into the air.

4 Interrogative A sentence that asks a question and ends with a question mark. © Innovative Educational Programs Example: Can you help me with this problem?

5 Exclamatory A sentence that shows excitement and ends with an exclamation point. © Innovative Educational Programs Example: Wow! I’m flying through the air!

6 Declarative A sentence that tells something and ends with a period. © Innovative Educational Programs Example: Frogs can jump very high into the air.

7 Exclamatory A sentence that shows excitement and ends with an exclamation point. © Innovative Educational Programs Example: Wow! I’m flying through the air!

8 Whole Group Practice Sentences The boy ran very fast My mom is a good cook Do you like pancakes Wow What a pretty picture When will you be done

9 The dog dug a hole and dropped his bone in it Where did the dog bury his bone I can’t believe I forgot my lunch today I just saw a dolphinWhere do you live Can I have another paper, please My mom is a nice ladyLeaves turn colors when the weather gets cold I have a new puppy

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13 NumberAnswerType of Sentence 1 The dog dug a hole and dropped his bone in it. Declarative 2 Where did the dog bury his bone? Interrogative 3 I can’t believe I forgot my lunch today! Exclamatory 4 I just saw a dolphin! Exclamatory 5 Where do you live? Interrogative 6 Can I have another paper, please? Interrogative 7 My mom is a nice lady. Declarative 8 Leaves turn colors when the weather gets cold. Declarative 9 I have a new puppy! Exclamatory Answer Key for Sentence Sort © Innovative Educational Programs

14 NumberAnswerType of Sentence Answer Key for Sentence Sort © Innovative Educational Programs


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