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Set up research centers and encourage your class to learn about sea creatures. They create their own written factual sentences and illustrations about a specific sea creature. Consider having them create a simple flip book to showcase...
Young writers try their hand at writing descriptive sentences. Learners look at four photographs that are accompanied by sentence frames. Their job is to fill in the frame with appropriate and descriptive words based on the photograph. A...
Descriptive sentences are the focus of this resource. You can have your class explore ways to improve their writing by discussing and evaluating the examples provided. The presentation begins with a discussion of simple sentences, and...
For this writing worksheet, learners write a descriptive sentence to tell about each clip art character. They write sentences to describe a teddy bear, a dragon, a basketball player, and a rubber duck.
In this sentence activity, 2nd graders match pictures of animals to the sentences that describes them. They match pictures of a donkey, a dog, a rocking horse, and a buffalo to the sentences.
In this sentence worksheet, 2nd graders match pictures of farm scenes with the sentences that describe them. They match 4 pictures to the sentences about a goose, a goat, a hen, and haystack.
In this sentence worksheet, 2nd graders match pictures of classroom scenes with the sentences that describe them. They match 4 pictures to the sentences about a globe, a child's desk, three children, and a boy on a computer.
In this descriptive sentence worksheet, 2nd graders draw a line from a clip art picture to the sentence that describes it. They match 6 sentences to pictures of a clock, turtle, clown, sailboat, rabbit and a flag.
In this writing worksheet, students choose descriptive words from various categories to write expressive and descriptive sentences. Categories include: age, color, origin, material, adjectives, and nouns.
Students write animal riddles. They write three or more sentences describing a selected animal, and draw a picture to go with their descriptive sentences. Students then create a three slide slideshow using Kid Pix 3 computer software.