This is a comprehensive unit for Kindergarten and First grade for beginning writers on the mechanics of writing a sentence. How to Write a Sentence Sentence Writing for Beginning Writers teaches that every Sentence begins with a capital letter, there is space between words, and a statement ends with a period. In addition, there is a poster included that is suitable for printing on 11*17 paper. In addition, there are 24-Task Cards that would be great from a writing/literacy center.
This unit is suited for the second half of kindergarten when students are writing independently or the beginning of first grade as review.
Understand that words are separated by spaces in print.
Recognize the distinguishing features of a sentence (e.g., first word, capitalization, ending punctuation).
This unit includes:
Page 3- Interactive Notebook File is similar to the poster included in this unit. If printing for a composition book, print at 80% to ensure that it will fit in the composition book.
Page 4 -6 Capitalize the first letter in a sentence.
Page 7-9 Space between words
page 10-12 Punctuation at the end
Page 13- 14 Interactive Notebook with pockets- The students will read and sort sentences by identifying if each sentence begins with a capital letter, has space between the words, and ends with a period.
Page 15- Writing Sentences Assessment
Page 16-- 32 Task cards and Recording Sheets
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Key Words: Beginning Writing, How to Write a Sentence, First Grade Writing, Kindergarten Writing, Capital Letter