A set of 30 dominoes to assist younger students with building simple sentences.
This interactive, hands-on activity is a fantastic way of introducing your students to the components of a simple sentence. Play the game as a whole class, or use for small group literacy rotations.
Students must match the dominoes with a sentence beginning to the dominoes with a sentence ending, making sure that the sentence created makes sense, e.g. I go to school, I love my family, Our dog is playful. For many of the dominoes, there is more than one possible answer.
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Australian Curriculum alignment
Identify the parts of a simple sentence that represent â€˜Whatâ€™s happening?â€™, â€˜What state is being described?â€™, â€˜Who or what is involved?â€™ and the surrounding circumstances
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