Kindergarten Sentence Writing Stations

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What Worked Last Year? Super Sentences

June 30 Deedee 1 min read

Yesterday I talked about my writing work stations as a predictable station that started out fairly simple and grew in complexity as the year went on.  The same is true for these kindergarten sentence writing stations.   These predictable sentences were also a favorite in my classroom.

 

 

 In August, I asked my students to practice reading the sentences.

 

On the second week I said,  “You know what?  We are getting so good at reading these sentences, I wonder if some of you would like to stretch yourselves and begin writing them?”  Then I showed them how to do that!
 Each month we would swap out our thematic words.
 
Here is a January sample.
 
um… fort!

 

These units also include some of these actives.
 
 
As well as 2 emergent readers!

 

 
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8 Comments

  • Carrie Lemke July 17 at 6:36 pm

    Do you use this now in your pocket chart center instead of the poems?

    • Deedee July 18 at 5:25 pm

      Yes, They use the poems as their dessert activity there. 🙂

  • Love KidsTV September 14 at 3:14 pm
  • Love KidsTV September 14 at 3:15 pm

    Truyen ngon tinh hay la the loai truyen tinh cam
    Truyen teen hay la nhung truyen tinh yeu tuoi teen
    Don doc tai trang doc truyen online.

  • Kim October 9 at 7:21 pm

    Do you give the writing sheet away (the January sample)? I really like it!

  • April March 20 at 8:20 am

    Do you have each student create their own sentence then write it? Or is it one sentence per group?

    • Deedee March 21 at 6:44 pm

      When the students are at the center, then they create their own sentences. So they have a few sentence stems to pick from. They love it!

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