This resource includes everything you need to teach your students to combine sentences using compound subjects, compound predicates, coordinating conjunctions, subordinating conjunctions, and relative pronouns.
Please note: This resource requires that students are familiar with compound sentences, complex sentences, and relative pronouns. If your students have not been explicitly taught these topics, click on the links above.
- PowerPoint Lesson (Monday)
- Practice Printable – Digital Version Included (Tuesday)
- 30 Task Cards – Digital Version Included (Wednesday)
- Sketch Notes (Thursday)
- Assessment – Digital Version Included (Friday)
- BONUS: Interactive Notebook Activity
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NOTE: This resource was written based on fifth-grade content standards. However, none of the student materials are labeled with a grade level. This will allow teachers to use this resource across grade levels.
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- Total Pages 40
- Answer Key Included
- Teaching Duration 1 Week