I don't know about you, but I remember correcting sentences when I was in elementary school. I have done that for many years with my students as well (although not on the daily basis that I remember doing it when I was their age).
Well, I recently had some professional development telling me otherwise. They said that students should focus on sentences that show the grammar skill, and for them to have time to notice things about them. Then they can learn more about the rule. They did say that it is okay for students to fix sentences still, but they should only have a mistake with the skill that is being taught.
So I looked on TPT for something but could only find something for the upper grades. I did not see anything that looked just right, so I created this product to help me to teach grammar. My school uses the Math Expressions program and my students have "Puzzled Penguin" who always makes mistakes. So I decided on having "Confused Cat" to do the same!
this product on sale for $1 (regularly priced at $5) for about the next hour.
I hope to be back soon with a new classroom management tip tomorrow!