Spring Sentence Building Activity | Kindergarten Writing Center
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Learners will practice building sentences using these fun Spring Build a Sentence activity. This fun and hands-on spring sentence building activity is perfect for your Kindergarten literacy centers. The sentence is divided into 3 parts with color coded picture cards for each part of the sentence (Who? What? Where?). This packet will help students learn about sentence structure. Each sentence comes in three parts, which is rich with spring themed vocabulary. Learners will place the color coded picture cards onto the Spring Sentence Building Mat.
- This printable is part of the Kindergarten Spring Math and Literacy Centers.
What is in this packet?
- 18 article and noun cards (Characters for Who?)
- 18 verb cards (What?)
- 18 place cards (Where?)
- Sentence Building Mat
- 2 Recording Sheets
There are a total of 54 picture cards, 12 cards each for the beginning, middle and ending of the sentence. This allows for endless combinations of different sentences. The sentences formed will be nonsense or silly sentences which provides learners with a fun experience as they build their sentences. All of the pictures are spring themed.
The sentence mats contain three boxes with Who? What? Where? so learners can recognize the structure of sentences easily.
How to use this?
Learners will place the picture cards onto the sentence building mat and read out the sentence that they have formed. They can record the sentence if required onto the recording sheets (two versions are included). The picture cards are color coded to the boxes on the sentence building mat.
The centers are best used once printed on cardstock and/or laminated. You can choose to implement these centers in an independent way or use with small-groups.
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