This worksheet includes 5 sentences using a variety of CVC words and sight words. This activity requires students use early phonics skills to decode words to be able to find the correct picture. The pictures have to be cut out, which helps build fine moto
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FREE SAMPLE PAGES from my spring-themed “Where do the sentences end?” resource. Provide your K-2 students with reading, writing, capitalization, and punctuation practice with these NO PREP differentiated (three levels) editing sheets. Each page has 2, 3, or 4 springtime themed sentences with missing capitals and punctuation. Your students’ job is to figure out where the sentences end, edit the sentences, and then rewrite them correctly. Click for more info! #spring #punctuation…
Use this poster to show your students the attributes that make up simple, compound and complex sentences.
Free sentence building has 10 pages of sentence building worksheets. This product is great for pre-K, kindergarten and first grade students. These pages will teach children to read, write and build sentences. Children are encouraged to use thinking skills while improving their comprehension and writing skills. These pages are great for morning work, word work and literacy centers. Preschool | Kindergarten | First Grade | First Grade | Free Sentence Building
Sight Word Sentences: Punctuation and Capitalization for Emergent Readers
Provide your beginning/emergent readers and writers in kindergarten, first, or second grade with capitalization and punctuation practice, as well as lots of work with sight words. All Pre-Primer and Primer sight words are used, most three times or more. Each editing and writing practice page has 2 sentences with missing capitals and punctuation. Your students’ job is to figure out where the sentences end, edit the sentences, and then rewrite them correctly. Please click for more details!
Who What Where - sentence construction
These 'wh' activity pages are designed to increase a students understanding of 'wh' questions and to increase sentence length by including elements of 'who - what - where' in verbal sentences. Activity pages are provided for older children to write sentences down.