Sentence structure is the way a sentence is arranged, grammatically. Basic parts of a sentence is a subject, verb, and often an object. The subject is usually a noun. A complete sentence contains a complete idea and has a verb in it. It also has to make complete sense on its own.
Look at the pictures in the above worksheet and the scrambled words alongside them. These worksheets will also help understand punctuation. Tell the children that basic sentences begin with a capital letter and end with a period or a full stop so they know the first word and the last word of the sentences.
Understanding how to make a sentence is important because it provides us with a framework for the clear expression of our thoughts and ideas. Teach the child that names always begin with a capital letter. I have tried to keep these worksheets simple using only four words to form logical sentences.
These worksheets can be used by teachers to teach special needs children how to make sentences. Make sure that when children write the sentences, they begin it with a capital letter and end it with a period.
I also try and encourage children to look at the picture and based on that, say a sentence in their own words. It leads to creative thinking. These worksheets are also a good practice for CVC words and sight words.
The above CVC Clipcards form a great classroom resource for kindergarten. They are fun as well as challenging. You can download them by clicking on the image above.
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