Punctuation Bookmarks – Upper Grades
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A quick reference punctuation guide for students on a bookmark.
A quick reference grammar guide for students on a bookmark.
A clear and colorful editing checklist for students to refer to when proofreading their writing.
A 39-slide editable PowerPoint to use when reviewing parts of speech with your students.
A game to play as a class when learning about homophones.
A set of picture and word cards showing common homophones.
Now your students can make sure that they check everything when they are editing their work... no mistake gets left behind!
This English unit has been designed to introduce the historical recount text type to older students; specifically, the purpose, structure and language features of factual historical recounts.
This English unit addresses the concept of homophones.
A word of the week template with a variety of tasks to give context and meaning to a word.
A board game where students identify the correct definition of multiple-meaning words.
A series of three worksheets that contain passages written in the past, present, and future perfect tenses.
Interactive PowerPoint presentation allowing students to learn and review grammar by highlighting paragraphs.
Use this resource to track the progress of students during guided writing groups.
A 42 slide editable PowerPoint template containing editing passages with answers.
A 14-slide editable PowerPoint Template to be used when teaching correct usage of homophones.
A poster for visual learners to easily differentiate between the homophones their, there, and they're.
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