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sentques - stripes Tigger’s ears and nose Tigger Eeyore...

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Or Questions Telling Sentences Created by Ruth Pohlman
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Telling sentence s begin with a capital letter. Telling sentenc es end with a period. Some sentence s tell somethin g. A telling sentence is also called a statement.
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Here are some examples of telling sentences, or statements. Jenny planted a seed. She gave it water. It sat in the sunshine. The plant began to grow. The leaves grew
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Do you know which groups of words make a sentence? Tigger is orange with black
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Unformatted text preview: stripes. Tigger’s ears and nose. Tigger, Eeyore and Pooh had a picnic My sister likes to sleep with Pooh. Always begin a sentence with a capital letter. End an asking sentence, or question, with a question mark. ??????? Can you find the group of words that asks a question? Do you know what kind of animal I am? You are a raccoon. what time do we eat lunch What is your favorite flavor of ice cream?...
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