Sentence Reading, Writing, and Building Printables FREEBIE! NO PREP
My students love, love, love these worksheets! They are designed to progressively become more difficult. They begin with a three-word sentence printable worksheet. Next, there is a four word sentence. Then, a five-word, six-word, and seven word sentence! AND…NO PREP by you at all. WOWSERS!!!
There are four parts to each worksheet. First, the students read the sentence. There is a picture provided next to each sentence to provide a reading cue. Second, the students print the sentence on the lines provided. Third, the students cut the words at the bottom and glue them in the correct order to build the sentence. This helps the student to attend to word order, the uppercase letter at the beginning of the sentence, and punctuation at the end! Fourth, the students illustrate the sentence to reinforce comprehension and meaning of what they just read and wrote.
If you like this FREEBIE, then you’ll really like my set of 55 Sentence Reading, Writing, and Building Printables! They are also designed to progressively become more difficult.
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Sentence Reading Writing and Building 55 Printable Worksheets NO PREP
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Thank you so much for taking a peek at my Sentence Writing and Building Printable Pack FREEBIE! If you follow me, you already know I love to leave you with a joke and a smile.
Please enjoy this funny Parent/Teacher Conference joke!!
When I arrived for my daughter's parent-teacher conference, the teacher seemed a bit flustered, especially when she started telling me that my little girl didn't always pay attention in class and was sometimes a little flighty. "For example, she'll do the wrong page in the workbook," the teacher explained, "and I've even found her sitting in the wrong desk."
"I don't understand that," I replied defensively. "Where could she have gotten that?"
The teacher went on to reassure me that my daughter was still doing fine in school and was sweet and likeable. Finally, after a pause, she added, "By the way, Mrs. Johnson, our appointment was for tomorrow."