This is a free product that introduces relative pronouns. This power point informs students on what a relative pronoun is, when to use certain relative pronouns, and how to effectively use relative pronouns in writing.This power point has great practice pages.
Enjoy these COLORFUL and ENGAGING task cards while you watch your students MASTER RELATIVE PRONOUNS!Whats included: 35 Task Cards! (see below)Anchor ChartFun Recording Sheet (front and back)Answer Keys25 task cards have students choose the relative pronoun that best completes the sentence.For example: Your students ________ love you with all of their hearts will love you even more when you use these fun task cards in your class! (which, who, whose)10 task cards have students expand a…
Have your fourth grade students practicing this tricky skill with these task cards! This Language Arts activity is wonderful for teaching your students all five relative pronouns. Task cards are always a way to make learning more fun! For more activities like this one, visit Education Lahne on Pinterest! *Relative Pronoun and Adverb Sort coming soon!
This Relative Pronoun Task Card resource has everything you need to teach your students about relative pronouns! ★Introduce the concept with Information Posters. ★ Guided practice sentences to clarify and model. ★ Plenty of practice with 28 task cards ★Options for students to SORT or SOLVE each task card. ★Worksheet for homework practice or assessment. ★Answer keys included for both the SORT and SOLVE task card options as well as the included worksheet/assessment. $
This educational video tells the kids about the five relative pronouns. There are five relative pronouns: that, which, who, whom, and whose, and this video very