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Spring Read, Write, Draw

Use these scrambled sentences at a spring literacy center for some engaging sentence structure practice.

FREE Spring Write, Read, Draw Scrambled Sentences Spring Literacy Center from The Curriculum Corner

This set of Spring Write It! Read It! Draw It! pages are designed with sunshine and warmer weather in mind and will make a perfect spring literacy center!

These centers not only give students practice with forming sentences, they also give students practice with fine motor skills be requiring them to cut. (We know not all schools support using time to practice cutting but we think it is so important for students to be given time to do so!)

*** You can download the free sets by clicking on the bold, green links at he bottom of this post. ***

To complete the activity, students will cut out the words at the bottoms of the pages.  They then create meaning by arranging the words into a sentence, gluing them in the blank boxes, writing the sentence on the line, reading it for comprehension and finally illustrating the sentence to further show understanding.

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The first link for the set doesn’t contain punctuation and doesn’t have the first word capitalized so students will need to remember to do that on their own when they write it.  For those students who still need that support, there is a second link provided that adds just that little bit of differentiation.

We have also again provided a blank page so that you can differentiate even further by making up your own sentences using sight words or other spring themed words and phrases.

Spring Write It! Read It! Draw It!

Spring Write It! Read It! Draw It! (with caps and punctuation)

**NOTE: If you ever have a theme or topic that you’d like a set of pages completed for, let us know!  We can quickly create those for you and anyone else who might want something similar for their literacy centers.

You might also be interested in our nature themed set of Write It! Read It! Draw It! Sentences: Nature Sentences

 

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