This is an interactive kinesthetic game board designed to teach student how to properly sequence a paragraph. Students read the sentences, then sort in the following order: topic sentence, main idea with initial transition word, supporting detail, main idea with transition word, supporting detail, main idea with final transition word, supporting detail, concluding sentence. Have a specific subject you would like the sentences to focus on; no problem. Send us your sentences, and for only one dollar we will make your game for you!!! This paragraph sequencing practice activity is appropriate for 1st-3rd grades. The template is appropriate for all grade levels.
Don't save after playing! Just exit. It will record all the changes you have made to the game if you save. If you accidently save, don't worry, we'll email you a new copy. Mistakes happen.
A Day at the Zoo: Visiting the zoo is something I do several times during the summer. First, I like to go to the elephant exhibit. The big grey elephants are my favorite animals. Second, I must go and see the tiger habitat. They feed the tigers at 11:00; this is fascinating to watch. Finally, I like to visit the monkey exhibit. Monkeys are fun to watch as they swing from tree to tree. I always go home from the zoo with amazing memories of my favorite animals.