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Color Me a Sentence: #2

Color Me a Sentence: #2
Color Me a Sentence: #2
Color Me a Sentence: #2
Color Me a Sentence: #2
Color Me a Sentence: #2
Color Me a Sentence: #2
Color Me a Sentence: #2
Color Me a Sentence: #2
Product Description
This is a second activity sheet on this topic. Give your students more practice sentences with instructions to remind them how to color their sentences!
Writing is MAGICAL!
Young children love color and visual stimulation is helpful to encourage a fun manner in learning and exploring language.
You can help your students by beginning to COLOR sentences in a method that leads to sentence diagramming. Print in color to help them make the connections. Or print in black and white to challenge them.
Ready to try?
Lets visualize a sentence 'charm bracelet'. You have a string (line) that your bracelet (words) will sit upon. Each bracelet has an fastener (Capital letter) and each has an end fastener (ending punctuation). These is a bead or break (line) between the subject and predicate part of the sentence.
Total Pages
5 pages
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N/A
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