Thursday, April 11, 2013

Asking and Telling Sentences FREEBIE!

An hour too late...if only the snow would of started an hour sooner we might of had a snow day!  Oh well!  We did a fun asking and telling sentence activity today!  I created sentences for my kiddos to read and decide if the sentence needed a period or question mark at the end.

After we finished, we did this Pretty Punctuation worksheet! :)

 All of this is in the freebie! YES!  Grab this freebie here!

Freebie Fridays


  1. Oh my snow??? It was 83 here today. Crazy weather!!! Love the freebie, too cute!

    Mrs. Thigpen's Kindergarten

  2. Thanks for the freebie! I was just thinking I needed to add this skill into my upcoming plans. You read my mind!

    It's "OWL" Good in Kindergarten

  3. Pete the Cat is so cute... I can't wait to buy more books!! Love the freebie girl... thanks for sharing! My kids need some more practice. =)

    Just Wild About Teaching

  4. Thank you SO much for the freebie! You rock!
    Kickin' it in Kindergarten

  5. It's like you read my mind. Today I was thinking I needed to work on this skill and here you with this fabulous resource for it! Thanks for the freebie. You are the best!!

    Mrs. Pauley's Kindergarten

  6. Hi Kimberly Ann,
    It wouldn't let me comment on the first post...anyway I wanted to tell you that the fly/letter swatting game is brilliant! I love that idea! Stashing that away for sure! Have a great weekend and thanks for the new idea!
    Traditions, Laughter and Happily Ever After

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