Do you have a young reader that is only starting to read simple sentence? If yes, then these emergent reader sentences are for you!
My son is at that stage now where he is quite comfortable with reading and spelling CVC words and some sight words. With these emergent reader sentences I am teaching him the basic structure of a sentence. The need for a capital letter at the start, a noun and then a full stop at the end, together with some sight words.
We will take it slow and work towards expanding the sentences when he mastered these simple ones- adding adjectives, exclamation marks etc.
The sentences are very repetitive for a reason- young students learn best with repetition. It is a good idea to use these words and sentences with different activities too, until the words are consolidated. We write the sentences down in a book after we have done the worksheet. One could type the sentences on a tablet too, bringing in technology.
The printable worksheets are cut & paste OR simply find the correct word to write into the correct space. Color your pictures if you wish.
You will find 6 worksheets in the pack: Animals, Objects 1, Objects 2, Objects 3, Family and Colors. Familiar CVC words are used with the sight words as seen at the top of the page. (You can get the Animals one FREE on our Freebies page, the rest of the pack is in our Teach Me Store)
Enjoy these emergent reader sentences with your budding readers with no prep from your side!