Printed Supplemental Resources
A Sentence A Day: Primary Grades / ELL / Resource Room Primary grade students are expected to begin to craft simple stories. But for many, writing even a single complete sentence is challenging. What is a sentence? How are sentences constructed?
In an engaging, fast-paced ten minutes a day, students learn how sentences are constructed, recognize the parts of simple sentences, while reinforcing the basic characteristics of story. Included in this resource: a week-at-a-glance, day-by-day teacher guide, sentence- building word cards for each week, and related coloring pages to inspire thematic thinking. There are enough weekly themes for 38 weeks of school.
A Sentence A Day Primary Grades • ELL • Resource Room by Barbara Mariconda
A fun way to learn sentence structure, the conventions of story, and vivid vocabulary — in ten minutes a day!
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A Sentence A Day for Grade 2 This new edition of A Sentence A Day has the same format as our original version but is grade-specific for Grade 2. (Also available in Spanish.) The original resource contains only examples of narrative stories. The Grade 2 version also includes informational/ expository texts, and some opinion texts, thus helping students recognize genre. In addition, after a brief review, this resource picks up where the previous left off, includes more challenging vocabulary, and more directly teaches parts of speech and grammar skills.
A Sentence A Day for Grade 2 • ELL • Resource Room A fun way to learn sentence structure, genre, & vivid vocabulary - in ten minutes a day! by Barbara Mariconda
A Sentence A Day for Grade 2 Preview
Spanish Grade 2 Preview
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