Writing Sentences with Sight Words
Click the Video below to practice the first 100 Fry Words
and how to make a sentence using punucation
Domain: English Language Arts
Standard: Informative texts
Skill/Element: Draw, dictate, and write to compose informative texts
Performance level descriptors for the above skill/element.
|Not Yet Demonstrated
||The student does not use drawing, dictating, or writing to compose informative/explanatory texts.
||The student uses drawing and/or dictating to compose informative/explanatory texts.
||The student consistently uses a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to compose informative/explanatory texts in which some information about the topic is given.
Writing our Names
Please practice your child writing his/her name each night. Please reinforce the use of capital letters only at the beginning and lowercase letters for the rest of his/her name.
Some student's names have an exception.
(Help your child to only use capital letters where they are needed).
It is very important the each letter is formed correctly. Practice sheets are being sent home each night to help your child understand the correct letter formation. Below are some charts to also help.
Watch the videos below to learn how to form the lettters correctly.
How to write the English Alphabet? Zaaxa com
Learn to write abc Writing Alphabet Letters for Children Writing practice
Click on the picture below to find links to help with handwriting practice.