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A Sentence A Day (Original Edition)

Primary grade, ELL, and Special Ed students will benefit from the lessons and methodology of this resource. In an engaging, fast-paced ten minutes a day, students learn how sentences are constructed, recognize the parts of simple sentences, while reinforcing the basic characteristics of story.

Primary grade students are expected to begin to craft simple stories. But for many, writing even a single complete sentence is challenging. What is a sentence? How are sentences constructed?

In an engaging, fast-paced ten minutes a day, students learn how sentences are constructed, recognize the parts of simple sentences, while reinforcing the basic characteristics of story. Included in this resource: a week-at-a-glance, day-by-day teacher guide, sentence-building word cards for each week, and related coloring pages to inspire thematic thinking. There are enough weekly themes for 38 weeks of school. In just ten minutes a day students not only learn how to write many types of sentences, but build powerful vocabulary, and become familiar with the conventions of story.

 

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A Sentence A Day (Original Edition)

Primary grade, ELL, and Special Ed students will benefit from the lessons and methodology of this resource. In an engaging, fast-paced ten minutes a day, students learn how sentences are constructed, recognize the parts of simple sentences, while reinforcing the basic characteristics of story.

Primary grade students are expected to begin to craft simple stories. But for many, writing even a single complete sentence is challenging. What is a sentence? How are sentences constructed?

Included in this resource: a week-at-a-glance, day-by-day teacher guide, sentence-building word cards for each week, and related coloring pages to inspire thematic thinking. There are enough weekly themes for 38 weeks of school. In just ten minutes a day students not only learn how to write many types of sentences, but build powerful vocabulary, and become familiar with the conventions of story.