A strategy to teach how to write a complete sentence- I love the strip that prompts the kids to write an adjective, noun, verb and place.(***Make the strip for Writing Workshop.)
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Stretch a Sentence
A strategy to teach how to write a complete sentence- I love the strip that prompts the kids to write an adjective, noun, verb and place.(***Make the strip for Writing Workshop.) Writing For Kids, Sentence Writing, Teaching Nouns And Verbs, How To Write A Sentence, Complet Sentenc, Anchor Charts, Complete Sentences, Writing Strategies For Kids, Writing Journals
A strategy to teach how to write a complete sentence- I love the strip that prompts the kids to write an adjective, noun, verb and place.
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FREEBIE! Fruits and Vegetables Build the Sentence Printables Students will: -Cut out the words at the bottom of the page. -Build the sentence on their desk (you can remind them about capital letters at the beginning and punctuation at the end). -Glue the sentence in the correct order on their page. -Practice writing the sight word in the box. -Draw a picture about the sentence. -Practice writing the sentence nice and neat. Kinder Literaci, Fruit, Printables, School, Teacher Idea, Sentenc Build, Grade, Sentenc Write, Kindergarten
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If snow came down in colors, How splendid it would be, To make bright, jolly snowmen For everyone to see!
Your students will think this FREE sentence game is COOL! It features word cards that need to be put in order to make 4 complete sentences. It also...
Descriptive writing strategy. Have students draw a picture of a friend on the first day. The next day, have the students label the drawing with adjectives. On the third day, have students write descriptive sentences about what their friends look like/what they are wearing.
Great idea to help get preschoolers to think/speak in more descriptive full sentences. I may try this with my class. From PreK and Sharing blog
Use Powerful language! Teach your students to use adjectives and descriptive sentences to add details to their writing. A two-week (or more) unit t...
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