This resource gives students practice answering questions in complete sentences by including words from the question in their answers.
One of the challenges of early literacy is learning what a complete sentence is
. Children have even more trouble learning to answer questions in complete sentences.
This difficulty answering in complete sentences arises from the fact that, in casual conversation (in other words, most of the time!), we tend to answer in short phrases or single words.
One way to show students how to answer questions in complete sentences is to model
how to include words from the questions in their answers
Here are some examples:
your favorite food
→My favorite food is
→What is the name of
→The name of
my school is
Main Street School.
→Worksheet A includes sentence starters for most answers.
→Worksheet B does not include sentence starters.
→Teacher’s Guide with Teaching Tips
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