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Word Order Grammar Skill First Grade Unit 1 Week 4 Created by Kristi Waltke
What do you know about a sentence? A sentence is a group of words that tell a whole idea. A sentence starts with a capital letter. A sentence ends with punctuation (like a period or question mark). A sentence has a naming part and an action part. A sentence has a naming part and an action part.
Now we are going to learn about word order. If words in a sentence are in the wrong order, you cant understand the sentence. A sentence has to have the words in order to make sense.
Sat on Moms lap the cat. The words are out of order. The sentence doesnt make sense.
Sat on Moms lap the cat. Can you figure out how to fix this sentence by putting the words in the right order? The cat sat on Moms lap.
Lets play Help Yoda! Figure out the correct word order for the sentence.
Cat I like to watch my play. I like to watch my cat play.
The fox her kit takes care of. The fox takes care of her kit.
Big dog the is. The dog is big.
Hit the ball I can. I can hit the ball.
The fit cap my dads head. The cap fit my dads head.
Way to go! When you write your own sentences, make sure to put the words in the right order.
Learning about word order will help you become a super writer!