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Write a Super Sentence, Grades 1-3
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Write a Super Sentence, Grades 1-3Help your students turn simple sentences into super sentences! Transparencies, writing forms, writing-center activities, and a trait-based writing guide help you provide students with structured and motivating writing practice
 
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Confusing Sentences
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Confusing sentencesConfusing sentences

Sometimes in English,  we can find sentences whose structures are quite similar but with a totally different meaning. For example:   He threw the ball at me  vs  He threw the ball to me. In this case the only difference is the preposition. However, it causes a big change in meaning as you will be able to read in the answer key.

 
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Building Spelling Skills Grade 4
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Building Spelling Skills Grade 4In Building Spelling Skills Daily Practice, Grade 4, students will learn 18 spelling words per week (540 total). Three sentences for dictation are provided for each list.Spelling lists include the following: . contractions . blends . vowel sounds . prefixes and suffixes . compound words . words with silent letters . homophones and easily confused spellings . consonant digraphs . time and calendar words . multisyllable wordsPractice pages include the following: . a spelling list with spaces to read, write, and spell each word . word meaning (filling in missing spelling words in sentences, crossword puzzles, synonyms/antonyms) . exercises with phonetic elements .
 
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Sentence-Combining Practice (Grades 7-11)
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Sentence-Combining Practice (Grades 7-11)An excellent approach to developing students' writing style is practicing sentence combining, which involves combining short, choppy sentences into longer, smoother, and more complex ones. There are two kinds of sentence-combining exercises in Sentence Combining Practice: signaled and unsignaled. Signaled exercises give students specific suggestions on how to combine groups of sentences, called clusters. Unsignaled (or open) sentence clusters encourage students to experiment on their own.
Answer keys are included.

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Tags: students, sentences, combining, Practice, clusters, sentence, exercises
Kipper's Diary - Reading Tree: Level 1+: First Sentences
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Kipper's Diary - Oxford Reading Tree: Level 1+: First SentencesKipper's Diary - Oxford Reading Tree: Level 1+: First Sentences

The Level 1+ Biff, Chip and Kipper Stories, written by Roderick Hunt and illustrated by Alex Brychta, provide a rich story context to help develop language comprehension and decoding skills.
First Sentences and More First Sentences A, B and C introduce children to stories told through complete sentences to provide practice of high frequency vocabulary to build confidence and fluency. Patterned Stories and More Patterned Stories A practise vocabulary in the context of a repeated sentence structure to help develop confidence and fluency.
Books contain inside cover notes to support children in their reading.

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CAUSATIVE VERBS & CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TABLE
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CAUSATIVE VERBS & CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TABLECAUSATIVE VERBS & CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TABLE

This table will help students learn or remember both the structures of causative verbs (active & passive)  and the structure of conditional sentences : Zero, first, second, third and mixed.
 
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INVERTED SENTENCES - NEGATIVE ADVERBIALS (TABLE)
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INVERTED SENTENCES - NEGATIVE ADVERBIALS (TABLE)INVERTED SENTENCES - NEGATIVE ADVERBIALS (TABLE)

This useful table will help you learn how to invert sentences in English. Depending on the negative adverbial you have,the inversion will take place in the first part or in the second part of the sentence. Using this table, you will see at a glance when each kind of inversion is required without the need to refer to any other book.
 
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