Rearranging Sentence Parts – Fall Theme

Rearranging Sentence Parts - Fall ThemeUse this hands-on activity to help your students rearrange statements into questions.  Students are able to physically manipulate the sentence parts, giving them a chance to try them in various positions before deciding on an answer.  Included are instructions, four pages of cut-apart sentences, and an answer sheet. The sentences are based on a Fall Theme.

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4 Responses to “Rearranging Sentence Parts – Fall Theme”

  1. Katie Schooler November 4, 2011 at 11:03 am #

    I like doing this with my speech kids, the visual really helps them. Another thing I do is make 2 sentences they can arrange and then the 3rd step is laying both out to combine. Example: The girls sang in the choir. The boys sang in the choir. Once they have these 2 steps done, lay both out to look at and see words they can eliminate to make one sentence. I will start by giving them ‘and’ to add and pretty soon they are zooming along not needing the extra cues. Verbal cues for this one, What are they doing? Who is singing. It has helped for combining sentences, and working toward 2 verbal ideas into one sentence.

  2. BeckyWanca November 4, 2011 at 1:35 pm #

    Thank you for commenting and sharing your idea with us. I have done that too, but it’s been a while. It really does help them understand combining sentences! :)

  3. Jane Johnson November 4, 2011 at 1:38 pm #

    I printed mine on magnet paper so we can arrange them on a cookie sheet!

  4. BeckyWanca November 4, 2011 at 1:42 pm #

    LOVE it, Jane! Thank you for sharing that great idea with us. I’m sure others will be glad you did too!

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