Many of you loved the fall writing sentences worksheets, so I wanted to publish a winter writing set as well. These worksheets are just perfect for a change of pace from your usual writing activities!
There are many different ways to use these sheets, so take one of my suggestions in this post or just use as you see fit!
➡ Browse through all of the writing and composition worksheets and activities and activities here at Mama’s Learning Corner.
➡ You can also take a look at the plethora of winter worksheets and hands-on printable activities. You’ll find color by code, phonics, math practice, matching, and more!
Winter Writing Sentences Worksheets
There are a multitude of ways to use these winter writing worksheets with your elementary children. I’ve provided two styles of writing lines, so these pages work for Kindergarten through 4th or even 5th grade.
This set of writing worksheets each has a wintry theme – from snowmen to fun snow activities to hot chocolate! There are 30 pages total, 15 of each style of writing lines.
Each page contains a winter-themed picture with a word bank of vocabulary that relates to the picture. Your child should write 3 sentences using at least one of the vocabulary words in each sentence.
To use these writing worksheets with Kindergarten through 2nd grade:
— Teach the two parts of a sentence: subject and verb.
— Reinforce capital letters and punctuation.
— Go over the phonetic sounds for each of the vocabulary words. For example: Emphasize the vowel teams in the words ‘cookie’ or ‘evergreen’, by reminding your child that a vowel team is made up of two vowels where the first says its long name.
Or emphasize how to separate a word by syllables
You could also talk about the R-controlled syllables in marshmallow or thermometer or fireplace.
— Even though handwriting is a completely different skill than composition, you can emphasize the need to have a “bird beak” pencil grip and writing letters with correct formation.
To use these writing sentences worksheets with 3rd, 4th, or even 5th grade:
— Continue to emphasize the subject and verb of the sentence. You can also emphasize the complete subject or the complete predicate of the sentence, and then identify the simple subject and simple predicate.
— Show your child how to add an adjective or adverb if they don’t already do that naturally.
— Of course continue with phonics work if your child needs that reinforcement. My 2nd and 4th children needed phonics work until at least the middle to end of 3rd grade.
— Think of synonyms for a few of the words in the word bank and use those instead.
— Identify the part of speech for each of the words in the word bank.
➡ If you need a bit of guidance with grammar, feel free to download my free Parts of Speech Recitation for 3rd-5th Grades. It’s easy and effective to implement!
If you need a solid grammar curriculum, you can read about how We Use Rod and Staff English Grammar in Our Homeschool. We have used it for years, and I see much fruit in my older children!
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