August Scrambled Sentences (Cut and Paste) Back to School ---
This pack can be used during any month of the school year since it is all school related.
Great for morning work, homework, or center time. This August pack includes 40 pages. There are 20 August related pictures for students to unscramble the sentence at the bottom of each page by cutting the words out and gluing in the correct order to tell about the picture. There are 2 pages of each picture making the pack 40 pages. The first page with each picture has the “unscramble the sentence” activity and then students are to TRACE the sentence that matches the unscrambled sentence in the box. The second page with each picture has the “unscramble the sentence” activity, but then there is a blank box for students to WRITE the unscrambled sentence on their own (no tracing like the first page for each picture).
A black and white picture is included at the top of each page for students to color. This activity requires students to find the word with the capital letter to place first in the sentence and to find the last word by looking for the ending punctuation. Then students have to arrange the rest of the words in order to make sense and to match the picture at the top. A variety of sentence types and word choices are included to provide for differentiation.
Some pictures have extra space so that students can add details to the picture area.
Higher students could also turn to the back of their paper and add more sentences to create a story about the picture.
The 20 sentences included are:
This is my lunch box.
What is your bus number?
I can ring the bell!
We are ready for school.
This is my new friend.
We can walk to school.
I will ride my bike.
She is in my class.
He sat next to me.
Will you be my friend?
I can use my scissors.
Will you share the glue?
Can I use the pencil?
We will use the crayons.
I can write my name.
She is my new teacher.
Will you play with me?
I can write my letters.
I can write my numbers.
I think school is fun!
I hope your students have fun with these scrambled sentences!
You can also find January-June Scrambled Sentences in a Scrambled Sentences Bundle. Purchasing the Bundle provides an 11% SAVINGS rather than purchasing each individual pack.
***July and August are NOT included in this bundle and scrambled sentence packs for September-December will be created soon.
FREEBIES!!!! (50 to choose from)
Please leave me some feedback!
You may also like:
Back to School: Progress Through the Year (P, K, 1st, 2nd)
Morning Work August Kindergarten
Beginning of year Sentence Stems: Writing Prompts with Sight Words:
Beginning Consonant Sounds (cut and paste)
Beginning Sounds A-Z Pack
Emergent Reader A-Z Bundle
Alphabet Hide and Seek A-Z
Pocket Chart Sentences: Phonics and Sight Words (I, see, a)
Pocket Chart Activities (Color Word Sentences)
Letter Recognition A-Z
My Letters Book A-Z
Alphabet Hide and Seek A-Z (set 2) with Counting the Letters 0-5
Writing Through the Year (Preschool, Kindergarten, First & Second Grades)
Morning Work Through the Year (January-December)
Emergent Reader Bundle A-Z (26 Books)
Sight Words BUNDLE List One of the First Hundred Sight Words
Reading Comprehension Bundle
Sight Word Bundle
Apples Sequencing 0-20 and Number Words
Beginning Sounds (B and P) Write the Room
Beginning Sounds (D and T) Write the Room
Beginning Sounds (K and G) Write the Room
Beginning Sounds (I and O) Write the Room
Beginning Sounds (F and V) Write the Room
Beginning Sounds (S and Z) Write the Room
Beginning Sounds (M and N) Write the Room
Beginning Sounds (W and H) Write the Room
Beginning Sounds (L and R) Write the Room
Beginning Sounds (C and J) Write the Room
Beginning Sounds (Q, Y and X) Write the Room
Beginning Sounds (A, E and U) Write the Room
Beginning Sounds A-Z (Cut and Paste)
Beginning Sounds A-Z (Write the Beginning Sounds)
Beginning Sounds Match Up (Cut and Paste)
Beginning Sounds A-Z (Color the Letters for Beginning Sounds)
Apple A-Z Match Uppercase and Lowercase Letters (Cut and Paste)
Apple CVC Words (Write the Word)
Apples CVC Words (Write the Room)
Please visit me at:
Thanks for stopping by!
Back to School
mixed up sentences
Fix it up
cut and glue sentences