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It’s that spooky time of year again! If you are looking for some fun and educational activities to add to your October lessons, we’ve got what you need – Halloween sentence writing worksheets!
These homeschool Halloween activities are designed for use with kindergarten and first-grade students. They’ll unscramble the words to form a complete Halloween sentence before writing the sentences on the lines.
Your little learners are going to love these fun and festive worksheets. They’re a great way to strengthen logical reasoning, reading, and handwriting skills in one engaging activity!
Young learners often need repeated practice to master a new skill. The more they practice, the more fluent they’ll become in that skill.
These free printables will give your students an opportunity to practice word order in sentences as well as handwriting.
One way to help your students learn about sentence writing is to provide them with our free Halloween worksheets.
These worksheets can help teach the concept of sentence writing in a fun and engaging way. To get the most out of these worksheets, it is important to explain how to use them to your students.
Here are a few tips:
– Make sure to go over the worksheet with your students before they start. This will help them understand what they need to do.
– Give your students plenty of time to complete the worksheet. Sentence writing can be challenging, so it is important to give them time to work through each sentence.
– Encourage your students to read the sentences aloud. This will help them hear how the sentences sound and see how they are put together.
– Help your students correct any mistakes that they make. Sentence writing is a great opportunity to learn from mistakes.
By following these tips, you can help your students get the most out of these Halloween sentence writing worksheets.
And, you can help them learn about sentence writing in a fun and engaging way.
Halloween Sentence Writing
If you want to print these worksheets for your children, scroll down to the bottom of this post and enter your email address. Then, you can download and print your own copy.
This packet of Halloween worksheets contains five Halloween sentence worksheets.
What You’ll Need
For a one-time use activity:
- copy paper
For a reusable activity:
- dry erase markers
- laminator and pouches
- dry erase pockets
PREPARING THE ACTIVITY
Fill out the form at the bottom of this post to get the free worksheets for your little ones.
Then, download and print your desired pages. If you’d like to make the pages reusable, print them on cardstock.
Finally, laminate the printables or slip them into a dry erase pocket and have children complete the activities with a dry erase marker.
COMPLETING THE ACTIVITY
Each of the five worksheets is formatted the same way. Once your child is familiar with how to complete the first one, they can complete the other worksheets the same way.
Children will look at the picture on the left side of the page. Then, they’ll unscramble the words to form a complete sentence that describes the image.
Remind students that sentences begin with capital letters and end with punctuation marks. Once they think they’ve unscrambled the sentence, have your child read it aloud to be sure it makes sense.
Next, they’ll write the sentence in their best handwriting. They can write it once, or they can write it up to four times.
Finally, they can color each picture on the page if he’d like.
Halloween Literacy Activities
Halloween is a great time for fun literacy activities in the classroom. One fun activity is to have students write a story about a haunted house.
Another activity is to have students make their own Halloween book. They can write and illustrate their own stories, or create a book of poems or Halloween jokes.
Both of these activities are great ways to get students thinking creatively and using their imaginations. And they’ll have a blast doing it!
HALLOWEEN BOOKS FOR KIDS
There are so many fun Halloween books that will engage your little ones from cover to cover. A few of our favorites include:
• Pumpkin Jack by Will Hubbell
• Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson
• Pete the Cat: Trick or Pete by James Dean
• Little Blue Truck’s Halloween by Alice Schertle
HALLOWEEN ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS
With these Halloween literacy activities, your beginning readers will have plenty of practice strengthening their reading skills!
Halloween Emergent Reader from Fun-a-Day
Halloween Reading Flash Cards from 3 Boys and a Dog
So why not try out some Halloween sentence writing in your classroom this year? Your students will love it!
If you’re looking for more ideas, be sure to check out our other blog posts featuring homeschool Halloween ideas.
And don’t forget to download our free printable Halloween worksheets. We hope you have a spook-tacular time with your students this Halloween!