Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Wish List Wednesday (July 9)


http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Superhero-Sentences-273846
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25 comments:

  1. Possessive nouns are always tricky.

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  2. My kids have trouble with recognizing a complete sentence. If it makes sense to them ....they think it's right!

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  3. I second possessive nouns...and contractions! My kidlettes REALLY struggle with the correct use of the apostrophe, period!! It is such an extremely difficult skill for young learners to master!!! Thank you for your generosity and for considering me for this WONDERFUL resource <3. leafsgirl@rogers.com.

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  4. Last year I had a few students that needed extra help with periods and question marks.

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  5. Apostrophes are tricky when deciding if it's possessive or a contraction for my kids.

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  6. My students struggled with writing a complete sentence.

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  7. This will really help me and my students this year mastering these skills.

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  8. Possessives and plurals...once we learn possessives, they want to stick an apostrophe before every final "s".

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  9. Plurals and possessives. They tend to get them confused.

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  10. This will be so helpful with those tricky skills!

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  11. These would be awesome for grammar

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  12. This looks great and goes with my class theme of Super Heroes!

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  13. My kids struggle with possessive especially plural possessives.

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  14. My kids struggle with possessive nouns. Thanks for this opportunity!!

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  15. Would love this for my 2nd graders! And, it would match my theme!!

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  16. Super cute! Kids will love the Super Heroes, and I will love that they're learning something SUPER important!

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  17. My students struggle with capitals and periods. Any advice would help!

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  18. My students struggle with where to put a period... lots of run on sentences.

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  19. My students struggle with adjectives, verbs, and nouns.

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  20. Thanks for this great giveaway. So many kids struggle with sentences, punctuation, etc. I have students of all ages, so we cover a lot of skills that are difficult. Most of mine have a great deal of difficulty with parts of speech.

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  21. Past tense verbs if they don't end in -ed!

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