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How do you make a homerun sentence? by: NeTassha Rendon

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Just like baseball, you have to hit all three bases before you make a homerun! Base 1- Describe (adjective) who or what? Base 2- Did what? Where? Base 3- When? How does a homerun sentence work?

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Like so... Describing (adjective) who or what? Did what where? When? HOME!!

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Let’s build a homerun sentence!!! Base 1- Describw (adjective) who or what? Batter-up sentence: My dog eats pizza. BASE 1 : My silly dog….eats pizza.

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BASE 2 Did what? where? Batter-up sentence- My dog eats pizza. Base 2: My silly dog eats pizza on the couch...

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BASE 3 When? Batter-up: My dog eats pizza. Base 3- My silly dog eats pizza on the couch in the afternoon. Keep running your almost home!

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HOMERUN!!!!

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Now you try? Do you remember all of the bases? Does anyone know a good batter- up sentence?

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Great let’s try that sentence! Batter up sentence: Base 1- Describe (adjective) who or what? Base 2- Did what? Where? Base 3- When? How does that sound?

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Your safe!

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Other examples of homerun sentences 1. The colorful kite soared into the sky one spring day. 2. The metallic spaceship landed on a distant planet after a long journey. 3. That gigantic dinosaur roared at the edge of a mountain one million years ago.

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