Building Sentences Center with Predictable Simple Sentences Year Long Centers

Deedee Wills
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Building Sentences with Predictable Simple Sentences are a great way to support simple sentence writing for your kindergarten and first grade students. This activity can be used as a sentence writing center or as a whole group sentence writing activity. It can also be used as an interactive writing activity or guided writing activity).

EACH MONTH CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING SENTENCE BUILDING ACTIVITIES:

  • 9-12 different simple sentences frames for kindergarten
  • Sight word cards so your students can build the simple sentences
  • 24-50 thematic vocabulary cards simple sentence writing paper (3 options)
  • an "I Can" card for student independence
  • 5 individual simple sentence writing worksheets with related sentence practice. These are perfect for handwriting practice.

There are two emergent readers for each month. Both provide a predictable and simple sentence text for your kindergarten classroom. Each book focuses on a sight word that students will trace and write.

Your kindergarten students will be able to practice writing simple sentences and have handwriting practice at the same time!

HOW TO USE THIS SENTENCE WRITING CENTER

BUILDING SENTENCES:

I always introduced this sentence building center at the beginning of the school year. We built sentences together and practiced reading with one-to-one correspondence. After a few weeks, my kindergarten students became PROS! The sentence center was ready to use as a center rotation.

EMERGENT READERS:

These simple sentence readers are great as a morning work activity. Students can then add them into their book back to read with a partner and take them Home for nightly reading.

SENTENCE WRITING PRACTICE WORKSHEETS:

Students quickly become familiar with these handwriting and sentence practice worksheets. We use them during morning work.

YOU CAN FIND SIMILAR RESOURCES TO THESE WORKSHEETS BY CLICKING:

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WHAT OTHER TEACHERS ARE SAYING:

"My students loved writing sentences with these sentence starters and pictures. Their writing has gotten much better since I started using this resource! Highly recommend!."

"My students are writing sentences so much better now that I've been implementing your monthly pocket chart sentence center this year! Thank you so much!"

I hope you enjoy this year-long sentence set of activities!

HERE ARE THE PRODUCTS YOU WILL FIND IN THIS SENTENCE BUILDING BUNDLE:
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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Understand that words are separated by spaces in print.
Read common high-frequency words by sight (e.g., the, of, to, you, she, my, is, are, do, does).
Read emergent-reader texts with purpose and understanding.
Print many upper- and lowercase letters.
Produce and expand complete sentences in shared language activities.

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