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Kindergarten Grade Common Core: L.K.2

Common Core Identifier: L.K.2 / Grade: K
Curriculum: Language: Conventions of Standard English
Detail: Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
95 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
I like to sing.
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The dog barks at the cat.
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Cut out seven words and rearrange them to make a complete sentence. This 5-word sentence reads, "Santa lives at the North Pole."
(Approx. Grade Levels: 1-2)
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Students use scissors to cut out five word cards. They rearrange them to make a complete sentence. The sentence reads, "Let's find the Easter eggs."
(Approx. Grade Levels: K-2)
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I broke my red crayon.
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Cut out 5 words and put them in order to make a sentence. Glue the words to the page and write the sentence. Sentence reads: I can kick that football.
(Approx. Grade Levels: K-1)
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Where did you put my coat?
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Students cut out 25 word cards. Then they rearrange them to make as many complete sentences as possible. Some cards have basic sight words, such as like, they, this, will, the, and, are. Other cards have football-themed words, such as kick, football, throw, game, play, run, and catch.
(Approx. Grade Levels: K-2)
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Students use scissors to cut out five word boxes. They rearrange them to make a complete sentence. The sentence reads, "What is in my Easter basket?"
(Approx. Grade Levels: K-1)
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The yellow bus will stop here.
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What time is it?
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We have a gift for you.
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I like to eat fish.
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You can have this toy truck.
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Can we play?
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Students cut out the words, rearrange them to make a sentence, and glue the words onto the paper. The sentence says, "I like to read Dr. Seuss books."
(Approx. Grade Levels: K-2)
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Look at the blue bird.
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This is a different version of the build-a-sentence activity above. Sentence reads: Can you toss the football?
(Approx. Grade Levels: K-1)
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Sing with me.
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Mr. Brown has a black cow.
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That pig rolls in the mud.
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This is a duck.
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Cut out the words cards and use them to make a sentence. Glue the sentence onto the paper and write it on the lines. Sentence reads: Plants need sunlight to make food.
(Approx. Grade Levels: K-1)
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A bird can fly high.
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School is fun.
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We run fast.
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We like to jump rope.
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My friend and I ran home.
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Students cut out the words and rearrange them to make a complete sentence. The sentence reads, "The groundhog did not see its shadow."
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It is a sunny day.
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Let's go home.
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We see a car.
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Cut out the letters in the words EASTER BUNNY. Rearrange them on the table to make as many new words as possible. This version includes primary-ruled lines for younger students.
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He saw an egg.
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They sang a very silly song.
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Can you see the pig?
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We will play tag after lunch.
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Close the door.
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That cat is gray.
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Mom is happy.
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They see the moon.
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Students use scissors to cut out five word boxes. They rearrange them to make a complete sentence. The sentence reads, "What is in my Easter basket?"
(Approx. Grade Levels: K-1)
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The tall ship will sail away.
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My dog is wet.
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They went to the pet shop.
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Would you like a green apple?
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She can jump.
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Students cut out the words and rearrange them to make a complete sentence. This 5-word sentence reads, "Look at the Christmas Tree."
(Approx. Grade Levels: K-1)
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An ant has six legs.
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The dog barks.
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I will ride my new bike.
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That old clock does not work.
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A fish swims.
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Use the word cards to make a sentence. Sentence reads: Roots grow under the soil.
(Approx. Grade Levels: K-1)
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Can you fly the kite?
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Students cut out the words and rearrange them to make a complete sentence. The sentence reads, "The groundhog saw its shadow."
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Let's walk to the park.
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We want cake.
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He has my ball.
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Students cut out 25 sight word cards. Then they rearrange them to make as many complete sentences as possible. Some cards have basic sight words, such as we, she, see, I, have, will, you, it, and can. Other cards have Easter-themed words, such as bunny, hop, grass, eggs, hide, and basket.
(Approx. Grade Levels: K-2)
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The little duck ate a fish.
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She was very kind.
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Wash your hands in the sink.
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We swam in the pool.
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We see ducks.
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Students cut out the words and rearrange them to make a complete sentence. This 5-word sentence reads, "Santa has a red coat."
(Approx. Grade Levels: K-1)
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I see five hats.
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Dad is tall.
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Where did my friend go?
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My little dog likes to play.
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The bird sings.
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Word cards include: boy, girl, they, on, is, ride, the, bike, cake, can, see, box, bake, sleep, and bed.
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Word cards include: they, you, sit, look, walk, can, on, ring, the, egg, duck, bell, hen, red, and hat.
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Cut and glue the words to make the sentence: The brown cow eats grass.
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Have your students carefully cut out the words at the bottom of the page. Then they will rearrange them to make a sentence and rewrite the sentence on the primary lines provided.
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Build as many sentences as you can with these "3 Little Pigs" word cards. This activity works well as a learning center. Words include: house, wolf, pig, build, built, hay, and bricks.
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Trace and write each of the words. Fish, shark, crab, and squid.
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Build sentences with these word cards. Cards include senses-themed words (such as smell, nose, taste, tongue, see, eyes) and basic sight words (such as me, they, we, can, my).
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Cut out the words and rearrange them into sentences. Then write the sentences on the lined paper provided.
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Cut apart the word cards and arrange them to make different sentences. Write each sentence on the primary-ruled pages provided. Words include: Cinderella, godmother, fairy, coach, prince, glass, and slipper.
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Color the picture, cut out the words, and paste the words in the correct positions. Build a 4-word sentence. I see an octopus.
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Arrange the cards to build simple sentences. Some cards have basic sight words and some have silent-e words. List includes: make, fine, mice, bike, lake, take, game and kite.
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Cut and glue the words to form the sentence: The pig is pink.
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Cut, color, and glue. Build a 6-word sentence. How many fish do you see?
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Use scissors to cut out the words. Then glue them in the correct order to make the basic sentence, "Let's play with the ball."
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How many sentences can your students build with these word cards? Words include: Rapunzel, prince, tower, climb, climbed, hair, and long.
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Color the pictures and make a flip book. Flip the pages and read the sentences. I see a fish/shark/jellyfish/crab.
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Students look at the picture and write three sentences starting with the words, "I see..."
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Cut out the word cards. Arrange them on the table to make sentences. Write as many sentences as you can using the words given. Words include: Jack, beanstalk, cow, grew, grow, night, and climb.
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Color, cut, and paste. Build a 6-word sentence. Do you see the turtle?
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Cut out 25 sight word cards and use them to make complete sentences. Write the sentences on the primary-ruled, lined paper. This activity works well as learning center for young readers and writers.
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Build sentences related to Golidlocks and the Three Bears. Words include: Goldilocks, bear, sat, chair, smallest, biggest, slept, and bed.
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How many sentences can your students make using the 25 words given?
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Make as many complete sentences as possible with these word cards. Word cards have basic sight words, including: can, cat, jump, sing, we, I, has, that, dad, pig, mom, that, dog, book, and like.
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