These activity pages are designed to help students become familiar with basic sight words and begin to write simple sentences. The instructions at the top of page ask the students to cut out the 4 or 5 sight words at the bottom of the page and try and rearrange them into a sentence. The first word in the sentence has a * beside it and the last word has a period or question mark. Students then glue the words in the correct order and then write the same sentence in the line below. Once the sentence is glued and they have copied the sentence they can then draw a picture that matches the sentence.
Examples of sentences: This is my mom.
I see two cats.
The last two pages include blank templates to write in your own sentences.
These activity pages are great for small guided reading and or writing groups as well as literacy centre activities for more independent students.