Students can build, and revise silly sentences using this sentence building activity. Activity can be used whole group, small group, or individually. After printing out the materials I've created, the teacher will organize the materials and place the word cards into containers. Word cards fit into the following categories: who or what (nouns), did what (verbs), when (setting), where (setting), describing words (adjectives). Students will choose one card from each container to build their own silly sentence. Adjectives should go last and have several options of placement within the sentence. Several adjectives can be used if the teacher would like. Students re-read the sentence a few times (fluency) and then write the sentence on the answer page provided. Uppercase letters and punctuation is required. One of the answer pages provided is in the preview. It allows the student to integrate a grammar review after creating silly sentences. If teachers want to take it a step further, have students use the answers they provided and revise or edit their silly sentences to include more detail or revise them to make them more realistic. Pictures are provided of the finished product to help you see how it should look.