Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Write to Read, Read to Learn: Language Linky

Another cool thing about the Sentence Analysis work that I purchased from Alison's Montessori is the workbooks that are included. After working with the Picture Cards, I gave them an opportunity to use their knowledge identifying the subject and the predicate.

The lessons were very concrete and I feel confident in saying that they know how to identify the subject and predicate in a sentence.

  Ken finally used our new box of Grammar Symbols to complete another concrete lesson in learning the subject and a predicate.                                                                          

 Using a set of prepared sentence strips, and a roll of paper Ken wrote the sentence out.
 Then she cut the words apart to identify the parts of speech, which led to finding out that a subject is a noun, and a predicate is a verb.

Slam Dunk!!                                    

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  1. I really enjoyed this post! I really liked the explanation of how you do it.

  2. Fellow crew member stopping by to say "hi." I am following your blog now. Stop by A Learning Journey if you get a chance. I love your grammar symbol box! I want to create or buy one for Alyssa. I love Montessori work! I have a post on the multiplication bead board you might be interested. Take care!


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