Sentences- Writing a Complete Sentence Graphic Organizer

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Real Reading Remedies
Grade Levels
K - 5th
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I used this resource to practice writing sentences before we began writing paragraphs. It help my students create and expand sentences.
I added this resource as a supplement to my writing unit. It really got the kids thinking about their sentences. Very useful!


Writing a Complete Sentence Graphic Organizer

- Many students have a difficult time writing sentences that contain a subject and predicate.

- This graphic organizer ensures that their sentence includes a subject (in the "Who" box), a verb, (in the "Did What" box) and a telling part (in the "End of Sentence" or "Why or When."

- Can be used for students' original sentences or based on a character from a book they have read.

**** You may also be interested in my "Sentence Stretcher Graphic Organizer" for writing more complex sentences. :)*****

- My students have become more adept at writing complete sentences through the use of this organizer and eventually no longer depend on it for writing complete sentences.

Thank you from Real Reading Remedies.
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