Making Sentences TURKEY facts. Scrambled Sentences for sorting, writing, drawing

Making Sentences TURKEY facts. Scrambled Sentences for sorting, writing, drawing
Making Sentences TURKEY facts. Scrambled Sentences for sorting, writing, drawing
Making Sentences TURKEY facts. Scrambled Sentences for sorting, writing, drawing
Making Sentences TURKEY facts. Scrambled Sentences for sorting, writing, drawing
Making Sentences TURKEY facts. Scrambled Sentences for sorting, writing, drawing
Making Sentences TURKEY facts. Scrambled Sentences for sorting, writing, drawing
Making Sentences TURKEY facts. Scrambled Sentences for sorting, writing, drawing
Making Sentences TURKEY facts. Scrambled Sentences for sorting, writing, drawing
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These scrambled TURKEY sentences are perfect hands-on activities for guided reading practice, reading centers, science centers, research support, and individual reading and writing skill enhancement! Each page has a scrambled sentence of 5-7 words, all based on facts about turkeys.

By using reading skills, students will unscramble sentences as a word sort then glue them in the correct order. Next, they will work on writing skills by recording the sentence. Finally, they will make connections to the context of the sentence by creating a drawing to represent the sentence!

There are 18 pages of scrambled sentences in this package! Sentences are all statements (.) and include skills recognition for: capitalization of beginning word in sentence, end punctuation, dialogue with quotation marks and commas, and high frequency words.

These are the included scrambled sentences:

A turkey is a bird.

Wild turkeys have brown feathers.

Farm turkeys have white feathers.

Turkeys live in the woods.

Turkeys sleep up in trees.

Turkeys eat seeds and bugs.

Boy turkeys are called gobblers.

Girl turkeys are called hens.

Turkeys build nests under bushes.

Turkeys’ heads can change colors.

Only male turkeys can gobble.

Turkeys say, “Purr” and “Yelp.”

Turkeys have great hearing skills.

Turkeys are able to see well.

A group of turkeys is a flock.

All turkeys have a snood.

A snood hangs over the beak.

People eat turkey on Thanksgiving.

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