Teaching elementary students how to pronounce, and then understand the meaning behind the abstract concepts of imperative, declarative, exclamatory and interrogative sentences can be a chore. Well, not anymore! Cartoon-like characters, Commander Pear, Ms. Clare Bear, Sam the Clam and Rog the Frog, can now teach this concept to your students with embedded memory strategies to boot. This lesson is not only fun and engaging, but activities and game ideas are also offered too. Come download a freebie sampling today!
Cartoon Characters Teach the Four Types of Sentences
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