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Sentence Starter Scaffolds

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Support both written and spoken language across AND within grade levels with these Sentence Starter Scaffolds. This packet uses 24 (NEWLY UPDATED!) easy to understand visual scaffolds starting from simple-to-complex sentences by showing your students what parts they need to include in their sentence.

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Including a mixture of B&W and color, you can use this one product to extend your advanced learners or adapt easily to students who need to work right back at a simple sentence level. Target your Writing and Language standards and goals as this packet aligns with CCS from K-4 (please see list). You may also find these applicable to older students who access special education.

Read on the blog how to use visual scaffolds for students with language goals

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Contents:

✅ -- 4x simple sentence scaffolds (e.g. Who-Action-What)

✅ -- 4x 'when' sentence scaffolds (e.g. When-Who-Action-Where)

✅ -- 4x 'how' sentence scaffolds (e.g. Who-Action-How)

✅ -- 4x 'where' sentence scaffolds (e.g. Where -Who-Action-When)

✅ -- 4x 'who' sentence scaffolds (e.g. Who-Action-Who-What)

✅ -- 4x 'why' sentence scaffolds to encourage complex sentences using conjunctions (Who-Action-Where-Why)

✅ -- 24x B&W sentence worksheets containing each scaffold at the top and lines to write 10 sentences for each structure

✅ -- 24x black & white MINI scaffold strips

✅ -- 28x (14 color, 14 B&W) individual cards to create your own flexible scaffolds

✅ -- 7x question scaffolds to teach each individual structure of the scaffolds

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What SLP's like you are saying:

"So practical and easy to implement!"

"This is perfect for my older students working on producing grammatical sentences or expanding sentences"

"I love using these not only for language but also for articulation students working on their sounds in sentences"

"These are great when working with students to expand their sentences as well as asking questions!"

I hope you get as much SUCCESS with these as I have! I'd love to hear any comments or feedback.

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Produce complete sentences, recognizing and correcting inappropriate fragments and run-ons.
Form and use prepositional phrases.
Produce simple, compound, and complex sentences.
Use coordinating and subordinating conjunctions.
Produce, expand, and rearrange complete simple and compound sentences (e.g., The boy watched the movie; The little boy watched the movie; The action movie was watched by the little boy).

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