Tuesday, September 25, 2012

4 Powerful Sentences

We have been busy, busy, AND busy learning the four sentence types. Students have been hard at work practicing these four different types of sentences in their writing.  
We made an anchor chart to remind us sentence variety has power in writing. Essays become much more interesting and engaging when writers use all four types of sentences:   
 declarative, imperative, exclamatory, and interrogative.

Each student created a flip book to display in the hall with the anchor chart. 

 We're rather excited to share so many examples of each type of sentence.

A shout out to Mrs. Prince for sharing her flip book pattern. 


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