These 27, Chrysanthemum-themed sentence cards, are a quick, easy and fun way to review and sequence the story, while practicing capitalization and end punctuation.
Read the cards together as a whole group to practice a lot of sight words.
Choose a student to come up and using a dry erase marker, circle letters that should be capitalized and then add end punctuation. (period, question mark & exclamation point).
You can do this on a whiteboard, with a pocket chart, or pass a card out to each child to correct.
For more practice, as an individual activity, have students choose X number of mini cards and rewrite the sentences correctly on the worksheet provided.
Afterwards, students can swap their paper with a partner to correct.
I've included 2 sizes of mini "fix the sentence" cards for this, which make a nice Daily 5 word work activity too.
There are 27 mini cards on one sheet of paper.
Simply print, laminate and trim several copies for a class set
As an independent center activity, have children arrange the cards in sequential order.
To make this activity self-correcting, number the cards on the back.
Children can also use the cards to retell the story to a partner or reading buddy.
I'm Diane from Teach With Me, hoping your students enjoy pocket chart punctuation with Chrysanthemum.
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