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  • Jennifer Wagoner

    Silly sentence center for word work stations.

  • Misty Hawes

    Would also help with writing sentences in Kinder! Help them understand sentence structure rather than just parts of speech! Word work station - "Silly Sentences" ... Practice the parts of speech and build a sentence with a pronoun (red), adjective (orange), noun (yellow), verb (green), adverb (blue), and punctuation (purple).

  • Katie Zielinski

    Silly sentence project complete! I can't wait to use this for my word work stations. great idea for centers or a writing stations!

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