Spring into formulating complete and complex sentences, recognizing accurate sentence structure, and thinking flexibly about language! These activities are designed to help students understand how to organize logical sentences in a hierarchical manner.
Pages 4-7 include 36 sentences that can be cut up prior to students arriving and students can practice organizing words to make a logical sentence. Each sentence has a different picture on the words to prevent them from getting mixed up. Early pages include capitalization and punctuation which require the students to formulate one specific sentence. In the later pages, multiple sentences can be made with each group of words and students can verbally state the punctuation and capitalization that would be used in each sentence. Once students have correctly organized the sentence, they can expand the sentence to add additional details. Students can write their sentences in their notebooks or on the spring paper included in the packet.
Pages 10-19 are designed with no prep in mind. Simply print off out the pages and you are good to go. Each page includes mixed up words that can be used to formulate at least two different sentences. Students are asked to write two sentences, containing all the given words, below each group. They must also determine proper capitalization and punctuation for each sentence. Answer key included.
In addition to addressing a variety of Common Core Standards, this can also be used to target the skills assessed on the CELF-5 Sentence Assembly subtest.
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: Spring Language Bundle