Harness the fun and excitement of a summer cook-out to get your students reading and writing. There are 18 sentences and pictures to match, ranging in reading level from kindergarten to second grade so you can easily differentiate for your primary grade students. With worksheets, vocabulary posters and thematic writing paper, this is a complete literacy center! TpT $
Use these mixed-up sentences to practice capitalization, punctuation, word order, sight words and more! Picture and word cards are included for students to put in order in a pocket chart. A writing sheet is also included to record the sentences they build. *3 recording options available: Cut and paste words, writing sheet to write sentences they have created in the pocket chart, writing sheet to draw a picture and write one sentence they have created.
I Can Write a Sentence! Helping kindergarten and first-grade students write complete sentences. Activities and worksheets using pictures and visuals as a guide. Sight words and article words are included to help create complete sentences. Pocket chart, magnetic, and individual suggestions for use.
First Grade and Second Graders will master sentence writing skills with digital sequencing lessons for Google Classroom or Google Drive. #GoogleClassroom #NoPrep #googleintheclassroom #GoogleSlides #TeacherFeatures #digital #2ndGrade #1stGrade #SecondGrade #BTS #backtoschool #TpT #TeachersPayTeachers #technologyintheclassroom #ELA #Sequencing #WritingActivities #SequencingActivities
Writing center, small group activity or filler your classroom or substitute. This contains 4 differentiated roll a sentence and/or write a story activities. Included in this set are differentiated boards for Idioms, insects and ocean. Eye catching pictures and word banks are helpful for lower level readers. Several different writing worksheets and cut and paste sentence strips on these topics also included.
My students have to take a semi-annual assessment where they have to read paragraphs and analyze the writing. I noticed that many of my students struggle with this question: Which sentence does NOT belong? Therefore, I created this PowerPoint to help teach kids how to decide which sentence is off-topic and therefore does not belong. ...