Sentence Structure Digital Activity for Google Slides Distance Learning



Sentence Structure

⭐️Teach sentence structure with this Google Slides resource. Students will learn about subjects and predicates, conjunctions, proper nouns and capitalization, and punctuation through anchor charts, videos, songs, and activities and apply their learning through interactive slides.


⭐️Integrates a variety of media formats and interactive movable pieces. Different types of questions and activities will help solidify this concept through visual, auditory, and creative activities. This unit focuses on developing sentences with proper structure.


⭐️Perfect for whole class introduction or distance learning lessons.


*Please note: This resource includes YouTube videos, so ensure you and your students have access to YouTube before purchasing.



✏️Google Slides Format – This interactive format is perfect for distance learning. Slides are interactive and can be used as a fun and engaging exercise within the classroom or remotely. Easily converts to PowerPoint for Microsoft Teams.


✏️Engaging Interactive Activities – Videos, songs, movable pieces

✏️Extension Activity – Teach your students more about sentence structure through interactive application activities.


What’s Included?

  1. What is a Simple Sentence? Chart
  2. Let’s Sing: The Tale of Mr. Morton
  3. Subject and Predicate Sort
  4. Identifying Subjects and Predicates
  5. Building Simple Sentences Unscramble
  6. What is a Compound Sentence? Chart
  7. Let’s Sing: Conjunction Junction
  8. Identify the Conjunctions
  9. Simple and Compound Sentence Sort
  10. Build Compound Sentences Activity
  11. Capitalization Rules Chart
  12. Let’s Sing: The Sentence Song
  13. Practicing Capitalization Activities
  14. Punctuation Rules Charts
  15. Practicing Punctuation Activities

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