Sentence Building - Fall Edition

Sentence Building - Fall Edition
Sentence Building - Fall Edition
Sentence Building - Fall Edition
Sentence Building - Fall Edition
Sentence Building - Fall Edition
Sentence Building - Fall Edition
Sentence Building - Fall Edition
Sentence Building - Fall Edition
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  1. ***SAVINGS BUNDLE INCLUDES: FALL, WINTER & SPRING PACKS***Mixed up sentences: these Stick, Sketch & Seek sentence building activities are a great tool for developing important early literacy skills. Download the Product Previews for free samples and try them out with your students! Read on t
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These Stick, Sketch & Seek sentence building activities are a great tool for developing important early literacy skills. Download the Preview for 2 free samples and try them out with your students!

Read on to find out WHY these are helpful, WHO they will benefit and HOW to use them in your classroom!

WHY: Beginning readers need lots of practice working with simple sentences. I’ve found ‘mixed up’ sentences to be one of the most effective practice tools for my emerging readers and writers. I wanted a familiar format that they could use them independently in centers so I created STICK, SKETCH & SEEK activities. After some guided instruction, they are able to practice these skills on their own. They’re also a great activity to leave for your supply teacher or to send home as extra practice!

WHO: The STICK, SKETCH & SEEK activities are suitable for emerging readers and writers who need practice with building sentences, comprehension, and sight word recognition. Here’s how the activity addresses these skills:

STICK – Students cut up the sentence and paste the words in order.

SKETCH – Comprehension is demonstrated through drawing a picture to match the sentence.

SEEK – Additional sight word recognition practice as the student must locate each word from the sentence.

HOW: I recommend modeling the activity and using as a whole group a few times prior to placing in a center. Teaching strategies such as locating the first word in a sentence by finding words that begin with an uppercase letter and looking for the final word that has a punctuation mark are helpful. In my classroom, we also focus on the SKETCH portion as a way to demonstrate comprehension. They are encouraged to add details and ensure that their ‘picture matches the sentence’!

Interested in testing these out in your classroom? Download the Preview for 2 free samples and more details! Enjoy!!

Check out the other Stick, Sketch & Seek sets below:

Sentence Building - Winter Edition

Sentence Building - Spring Edition

Happy Teaching!

Donna

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