Winter Silly Sentences (Flip and Write) Build a Sentence | Story Writing Template (Digital Download)

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Ready for a writing center that's snowballs of fun? This build-a-sentence flip-and-write activity is the perfect writing center for kids. They write silly winter-themed sentences or stories using a solid story writing template that develops overall writing skills. Perfect story writing practice for early elementary or special education students.


 Save Time! This activity is easy to prep, so you can spend more time focusing on your students and less time at the copy machine.

 Keeps Kids Engaged! Who doesn't love writing about snowmen and reindeer? Students come to life while they build silly sentences and write their own winter-themed stories.

 Update Your Centers! Refresh for winter and tap into the hands-on element that makes this perfect for writing centers. Not only educational but also incredibly fun!

 Versatile! This set can be used in a variety of ways, making it suitable for different learning objectives and classroom setups.

  • Sentence Writing
  • Story Writing
  • Sorting Nouns and Verbs
  • Oral Discrimination
  • Receptive Language Activity
  • Writing Graphic Organizer


➡️ What's Included in the Winter Silly Sentences Set:

  • 4 Writing Templates: Wide Lined, Narrow Lined, Dotted Line, and Sentence
  • Black & White or Color Worksheets (8 options altogether)
  • 12 WHO Cards (with icon support)
  • 12 WHERE Cards
  • 12 WHAT Cards (action phrases)

All cards come with color-coded edges for easy implementation with students. They also come without colored edges to use as a sorting task (nouns and verbs or actions, places, and people)



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