Roll a Sentence
In this print and play activity, students roll the dice three times to construct their sentence. The first roll determines the first part of the sentence, such as the article "the" or the adjective "purple". The second roll determines how the speech is said, whether it's whispered, shouted, or giggled. Finally, the third roll determines what is said, which could be anything from "I love to eat socks" to "I think cats should rule the world!" The combination of these elements creates some of the wackiest and funniest sentences imaginable.
The activity not only helps students practice their language skills but also encourages them to think creatively and outside the box. By incorporating speech marks, students learn proper punctuation and how to express dialogue in writing. Overall, this print and play activity is a great way to make learning fun and engaging for students.