Download these free Thanksgiving cut-up sentences to use as a ready to go literacy center for your reading stations.
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This set of Thanksgiving cut-up sentences can be a fun way for children to practice reading skills.
Your students will enjoy this activity when you add these pages to a literacy center. If you are a parent, I’m sure your children at home will enjoy this activity as well.
These will help you create a meaningful but easy to assemble work station.
This collection contains an assortment of eight different pages. The pages focus on Thanksgiving themes like family, turkeys and being thankful.
Why should I try these fall cut-up sentences?
These seem like a very simple idea but the best part about these sentences is that they are engaging.
When I would pull out a page of cut-up sentences like these, my students would get so excited.
They are a great choice for literacy work because they give the opportunity for multiple skills to be practiced.
These worksheets allow children to practice fine motor skills by cutting, gluing and drawing.
Students can work on reading basic words.
Finally, children will also get practice with comprehension. This happens when students are arranging the words to make meaning and then illustrating the sentence.
To complete these pages, children will need these basic supplies:
- crayons or colored pencils
Children will complete these pages by first cutting out the words. Next, they will unscramble the words in order to create a meaningful sentence.
They will then glue the words in place. Finally, they will draw a picture to show the meaning of the sentence.
You can download this free set of Thanksgiving themed worksheets here:
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