This includes a collection of resources for teaching varying stages of sentence structure--from identifying complete sentences to assembling complex and compound sentences.

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Every sentence has a Subject and Verb excercise
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Every sentence has a subject and a verb.
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What is a sentence?

by Ellen Knight

This resource links to a Khan Academy video that answers the questions, \"What is a sentence?\" Students are then led through a video and a corresponding practice on types of sentences (declarative, interrogative, imperative, exclamatory).
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Types of Sentences

by Ellen Knight

This links to a Khan Academy lesson that leads students through simple, compound, and compound-complex sentences.
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This is just an infographic I made to help explain the simpler aspects of the compound sentences in a visually engaging manner.
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Sentence Combining

by Angela Greenwell

Reduce errors in sentence combining
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Syntax Store

by Janet Pinto

The syntax, or word order, of a sentence is something you might take for granted. But the way we construct sentences is important, and our constructions often follow a pattern. Here\'s your chance to see how.
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Sentence Patterns List

by Tiffany Droege

This is a simplified version of the sentence patterns. It can help students with sentence variety. 
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