Expanding sentences... also, each sentence becomes more detailed because of a key question... who? what? how? where? ... can tie in with instruction on questioning.
Crafting Sentences is a lesson plan I used in my first grade class to help my students write a complete sentence. The file includes the lesson plan, blank graphic organizers, and completed graphic organizers (for teacher use). The lesson plan components include teacher modeling, guided practice, a...
Hiya peepers Shuna here I am in need of a serious mental break I am counting down the days till I get to the much needed break I am linking up for the 12 Days of Christmas Shout out for Tiffany at Time 4 Kindergarten for hosting So today's topic is how do you teach writing? I have blogged about how I use the 4 square method to help my kiddos develop their writing skills and in past years it has been a very useful tool in helping my littles improve their writing skills! But this year it is…
I Can Write Complete Sentences
This little freebie includes a Complete Sentence checklist for your little learners, titles for an anchor chart, and 2 simple activities with checklists to practice writing complete sentences!
Playful Pig Sentence Building | Worksheet | Education.com
Oink oink! What is this playful pig saying? Build sentences with words inspired by this picture of a pig rolling in mud.
If you are looking for some new activities that will help your beginning writers learn to write a complete sentence check out our newest ite...
Bow Wow: Let's Make a Sentence! | Worksheet | Education.com
Help your first grader build his reading and writing skills with this beginner's writing worksheet. Rearrange the jumbled words to make a complete sentence.
A Teachable Teacher
Visual posters, worksheets/practice, and a mini book for teaching sentence writing (capitals, spaces, and periods). Great for ESL's and posters can be left up ALL year! Cute theme! $
Organizing Your Silly Rainbow Sentences
This post may contain affiliate links. Please see my disclosure here. Silly Rainbow Sentences I don’t know about you, but my favorite type of literacy centers (or any center really!) are the ones that are ready to pull
Writing Mini Lesson #2- Complete Sentences
Great teaching tips and ideas for writing in complete sentences and using subjects and predicates! Subjects and predicates go together like peanut butter and jelly! This is a series of writing lessons with links to other sentence structure activities.
Sentence Writing Naming and Telling Parts of a Sentence (FREE)
Students will practice sentence structure with these picture prompts of kids doing a variety of things. Students will use the image to answer the questions who and does what. They will combine the naming and telling parts to write a simple sentence. Click the link below to view the complete resour...