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    Silly sentence project complete! I can't wait to use this for my word work stations.

    First Grade Fresh: Workstation Revamp! {& Silly Sentences}

    Mixed up sentence activity from the school supply addict blog. Freebie link down below for recording sheets.

    Mixed Up Sentences

    Expanding sentences. Absolutely doing this with the kids.

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    fix-it sentences

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    I create "mini" sentence strips for them to build sentences that we have practiced whole group.

    Pocket Chart Pete

    Sentence Building

    Miss Kindergarten: Sentence Building

    Story Sticks. Yellow = character, Red = conflict, Green = setting, Blue = "Special" Choose one of each and then make up a story based on what you've got.

    Sarcasm 101: Story Sticks

    Printable story dice

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    Spin a Sentence

    Lory's Page: Spin a Sentence

    Ideas using links!

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    Who, what, where, when, why

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    silly sentences

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    What a great idea.

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    Check out the directions for Silly Sentences.

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    Make a sentence game

    1st Grade Learning Stars: Make a Sentence

    Fresh sentences- to sort complete sentences from incomplete sentences

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    bottle top sentences

    The Activity Mom: Bottle Top Sentences

    great literacy center. students can pull out a set of words and must form the words into a correct sentence. then they record them. this woman is amazing with centers!!

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    Is it a sentence? Or not a sentence?

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    Writing super sentences

    Mrs. Samuelson's Swamp Frogs: Search results for super sentence

    Cut-and-Glue Sight Word Sentences for Spring SAMPLE

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    Snowmen sentences - Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

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    Students need lots of practice writing proper sentences. Just print, laminate, and cut out the sentence cards. Have the children sort the cards, put them in order to make sentences, and write them neatly in their booklet. Another option is to have them write the sentences on lined paper, which is included.

    Back to School Scrambled Sentences

    Writing complete sentences

    Teacher Bits and Bobs: super sentence