Earth Day Sentence Building Tiles and Worksheets
Help develop writing and spelling skills with Sentence Building for Little Learners! This resource combines sentence structure, spelling, handwriting, and drawing with a fun Earth Day theme to make learning enjoyable.
The word tiles included in the sets can be used to build scrambled sentences that fit into mini pocket charts or can be used on tabletops.
Included in this Earth Day Sentence Building Tiles and Worksheets pack:
🌳Vocabulary picture cards featuring Earth Day words like reduce, reuse, recycle, planet, April, and more!
🌳Word tiles to cut apart, unscramble, and then build into a sentence.
🌳Worksheets where your student will write the unscrambled sentence, spell the word from the card, and draw a picture.
🌳A duplicate set of worksheets with the option to trace the letters and sentence.
🌳Directions and answer key
*printing on cardstock is highly recommended for extended use
How to use these Earth Day Sentence Building Tiles and Worksheets:
✔️Print all sheets
✔️Cut apart the sentence tiles to build a sentence to be paired with the matching illustration. You can paste these onto paper, slide into mini pocket charts, layout on a desk or table top, or even glue magnets on the back to build sentences on a magnetic surface.
✔️ Use the accompanying worksheets to spell the image, write a sentence about it, then draw a picture. A duplicate set of worksheets is included in this file if your student needs to trace the letters.
✔️ Use over and over again to promote recognition of Earth Day concepts and vocabulary!
✔️ This resource is great for modeling correct sentence formation.
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