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6 different MESSED UP sentences glued onto a tissue box. The kids roll the box, read the sentence, write it, and then revise it. Great for a writing center!

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Roll a Sentence (FREE Printable Included)

Roll-a-Sentence activity- teaches how to write a complete sentence.

Students formed groups of three or four and collected their materials. Each group received a disposable plate with three sections. The sections were labeled “prefix,” “suffix,” and “root word.” Finally, groups were given a bag of big words. They used scissors to cut the words into parts and drop each part into its respective section on the plate.

Great for a literacy center! Use popsicle sticks to write sentences for sorting, classifying, etc. Useful way to make them sturdy and reusable without resorting to the laminator...(Picture only)

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Stretch a Sentence

Stretch a Sentence Worksheet

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Sentence Skills Practice

First Grade Writing Sentences Worksheets: Sentence Skills Practice

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Rainy Day Boredom Buster: DIY Story in a Bag

Story bags. Fill bags with random items, have the children use them to come up with a story. How fun and using lots of imagination :)

Writing #1. This is a class journal box where students have the opportunity to answer different prompts. Whether they finish their work early and need something to work on, or they go to the writing center, this activity is good to encourage the writing process and the teacher can direct the students to write about certain topics within the writing process.