This is a cheap and simple way to practice plurals with students: write the noun on the sentence strip, fold the right hand corner to cover up whatever gets taken away on the reform of the word, then write the new ending that makes the word plural.
These sentence strips are a great addition to your guided reading routine. Students will practice reading some predictable sentences using key sight words. Under each word there is a dot to develop 1 to 1 matching. There are a total of 64 sentences. If you have any questions please email me at email@example.com.
Sentence frames can be posted in strategic places around the room for student reference to use oral language (e.g. “Ms. Smith, may I ______?” by the carpet; “The setting of the story is _____.” in the library. Sentence strips are a great tool for writing and recording sentence frames. Sentence frames are also useful for helping students complete writing assignments with sentence starters like, “I like learning English because...” or “The three most important things I learned are...” etc…
How to Build Reading Fluency, the Quick and Easy Way! These fluency strips include 1,440 simple sentence strips that provide a genuine opportunity to practice fluency for beginning and/or struggling readers!