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Combining Adjectives in Winter Sentences

Combining Adjectives in Winter Sentences

There are two different ways of combining adjectives from sentences that are included in this set of materials.  The first way allows the use of the word “and,” while the second way does not.  The ability to combine sentences without using the word “and” is something that my students with language impairments often struggle with […]

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Combining Verbs in Winter Sentences

Combining Verbs in Winter Sentences

Help your students combine two sentences into one concise sentence by getting rid of the redundant subject and by combining the verbs.  The cut-apart sentence pieces help students physically manipulate sentences parts.  The worksheet can be used as a pre-test and post-test by cutting it in half, or it can be used for practice writing […]

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Combining Direct Objects in Winter Sentences

Combining Direct Objects in Winter Sentences

This set of materials focuses on combining direct objects in winter sentences.  By combining two basic sentences into one concise sentence, students become aware of sentence structure and sentence quality.  This can be then be carried over to their own writing and editing skills. Students can use the sentence pieces to identify and remove the […]

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Combining Subjects in Winter Sentences

Combining Subjects in Winter Sentences

Do you need some hands-on materials to help your students write better sentences?  I’ve found that my students with language impairments typically produce very basic sentences that do not include compound subjects, compound verbs, or complex sentence structures.  This affects the quality of their writing in all areas and school subjects.  These materials can help!  […]

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Language Worksheet for Using Correct Capitalization

Language Worksheet for Using Correct Capitalization

When your students can identify and fix errors in capitalization, they may be ready to write their own sentences following the rules for capitalization.  This worksheet contains prompts that guide students into writing sentences about topics that require capitalized words.  For example, “Write a sentence about your favorite holiday” leads students to write the name […]

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Capitalization Fix-up Worksheet – Winter Theme

Capitalization Fix-up Worksheet - Winter Themed Sentences

“Fix-ups” are a great way to have students identify and correct written errors, which can then carry-over to editing their own writing.  These winter themed fix-ups focus only on capitalization errors.  You can print copies of this language therapy worksheet for individual work or write the sentences on a board for a group activity. When […]

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