Diagramming Cheat Sheets
NOTE: These Diagramming Sheets are featured in the Ultimate Language Arts Cheat Sheets. This is a digital download. No physical copy will be shipped.
Learn how to diagram sentences with this easy breakdown! Diagramming sentences was one of my biggest struggles in elementary school. It was complex, and I never fully understood the different parts of speech until later. However, knowing how to diagram has helped me through college and has made me a better writer. Here is a Diagramming Sentences Cheat Sheet that covers 13 common portions of diagramming.
Here is a Diagramming Sentences Cheat Sheet that covers 13 common portions of diagramming. Includes:
- Direct and indirect objects
- Prepositional phrases
- Predicate nouns and adjectives
- Compound subjects and verbs
- Compound adjectives
- Infinitive phrases
Each section is broken down and has both an example diagram, and a sample sentence for easy application. For durability, laminate them or stick them in sheet protectors to put them in a binder. The transaction is done safely and securely through Paypal.
- 2 pages of diagramming how-to
- Covers 13 common portions of sentence diagramming
- Terms color-coordinated for easy memorization
- Bonus revised coordinating Parts of Speech and Sentences Printable
I am teaching in a private school that focuses strongly on these concepts. My students were getting confused and overwhelmed, but these were a lifesaver!! Thanks so much!!
Color diagramming cheat sheets are a useful tool especially for students who need visuals for learning and focus. I, as a former teacher, found the color cheat sheets beneficial because the color coding of the different parts of sentences helps with memory recall.
I haven’t implemented it into my classroom yet, but am so grateful for the visually stimulating, engaging, and easy to follow layout for a grammar concept I have been wanting to back to my grammar regime.
Thank you so much!
I find it difficult to use with trying to diagram bible verses because of the multiple and various clauses. It works well for basic sentences.
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