Quickly add 3 numbers together before the hot air balloons fall out of the sky.
Addition Using Strategies
Learning to write a sentence is an important skill for young students, but it can be challenging to keep them engaged and interested in grammar lessons. That's where Sentence Scramble comes in! This free worksheet is designed to help kindergarten and Year 1 students practice sentence structure in a fun and interactive way.
The worksheet consists of several sentences that have been scrambled. At the bottom of the page, students will find a set of words that correspond to each sentence. The words are all decodable, so even the youngest students will be able to read them easily. To complete the worksheet, students cut out the words and then rearrange them to form a complete sentence. Once they have the correct order, they can glue the words in place.
To help students figure out the correct order, there are several clues on each sentence. For example, capital letters can help students identify the first word in a sentence. Full stops and question marks can also help students understand the structure of a sentence and which word goes at the end.
Sentence Scramble is perfect for use in grammar lessons, whether you are teaching in a classroom or homeschooling your child. It is a great way to reinforce the basics of sentence structure and to keep young learners engaged and interested in learning.
Sentence Scramble is a fun and interactive way to teach young students about sentence structure. With its decodable words and helpful clues, this worksheet is perfect for kindergarten and Year 1 students who are just starting to learn about writing sentences. Give it a try and see how much your students enjoy it!