Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Sentence Fix-Up Centers with Long Vowel Sounds

Are your students always forgetting about capital letters and punctuation when writing their sentences? I made up these centers for my kids to practice using proper capitalization and punctuation in their sentences. The centers are super easy to use. Simply print out the sentence strips, cut out, laminate (ah, lamination....I just love it!) and put them in a pocket chart. Print out the recording sheet that comes with each center, copy and pop it in a bin at your center and you are all set to go. The kids simply read each sentence and then rewrite each sentence correctly on the corresponding line on the recording sheet. I made 5 different centers which each feature a different long vowel sound. I'll be starting with the long a sentences this week because it will help to review the new a-e pattern we learned last week in class.

 Link To Sentence Fix-Up Center with Long a Words

I currently have 5 different Sentence Fix-Up Centers (one for each long vowel sound) available in my TPT store.  Click here to check them on.
Here's a picture of my sentence strips in my DIY pocket chart I made to match my classroom color scheme.  (Yes, I know I need to get out more...I've already been told, but isn't it pretty?!?)  Sorry about the glare.  I was in a rush to get out before the snow storm got worse yesterday.

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