In games, the rules are part of what makes playing fun. What if you could bring that same sense of possibility to your writers’ attitude about commas, punctuation and sentence structure? In today’s live session, we’ll explore three lively games to help your writers master key mechanics skills.
This week we talk about:
  • How the mindset for games can help a student’s mindset for mechanics — It’s okay to play!
  • Strategies to teach students to vary sentence structure
  • Connecting words and sentence blobs!

You can join us live on Facebook every Tuesday at 2:30 pm PT, or catch up any time here on our blog.

Don’t miss this week’s printable, a cheat sheet to help you facilitate and extend today’s three games.

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