I had just taught an amazing lesson on the importance of writing strong sentences.
Have you ever found yourself stuck while writing? Happens to us all, right? Sometimes all you need is a sentence to get your creative juices flowing again. Here's 99 sentences to get you thinking and get you writing.
The summer breeze brushed past my sundress as I walked down the lane. The Professor always made me feel awkward with his crazy inventions, and this time is no different. Rosaline never knew what hit her. By the time I reached the train station, she was gone.
There was a time when my family was extremely happy. Every morning I walked to the cafe' for my latte' and a glimpse at him.
There was a secret meeting tonight and I had to be there. David had asked me to meet him at the corner bakery. The night sky was full of stars but no moon. Lately, Marlene felt that there was something missing from her life. Jessica and Caitlin had a secret that no person could ever find out.
The gaming convention was full of people and there was a terroristic threat. Lady Luck was always on my side at the casinos. I had to stay with my aunts for a while because mom had a new suitor.
The lights and sounds of the big city have always excited me.
Every time I heard the ice cream truck it reminded me of home. The melody of the music box soothed me.
The subway stopped suddenly inside the tunnel. Shopping is what I call my number 1 hobby. The internship was about to start, but I was far from excited.
A hostage situation at a bank was not how I wanted to spend my morning.
It has been weeks since I received communication from my brother in Iraq. The cemetary was rather quiet on my annual visit. Amy wasn't too adament to go to her uncle's Will reading.
Walking down the long corridor John had no clue what his boss could want. Tara was hesitant to open the hotel room, scared of what she may find. Every time I pulled, the ropes seemed to get tighter around my wrists.
The crash just happened and no one saw it coming. Shadows surrounded Clayton as he walked down the ally behind Alfonzo's Pizzeria. Tyler has been out all night and there was no sign of him arriving anytime soon.
Flowers came to my house every other Monday around 1 o'clock. The nurse's station was buzzing as the bomb victims poured in. She had been watching her neighbor's house for weeks with no evidence of the abuse.The topic sentence states the main idea or thesis of a piece of writing.
Supporting details explain and give information about the main idea. You can use a chart or other graphic organizer to help you understand the main idea and organize information as you read. First Grade: Writing Sample 3 First graders write many times a day to express their ideas and interests — they are writing with a purpose, through, stories, letters, and lists.
They can print clearly and leave spaces between words. Your 1st grader’s writing under Common Core Standards. From high-frequency words to full paragraphs with introductions, details, and conclusions, first graders learn how to organize and present their thoughts in writing.
and use sentence order, verb tense, and words to put the events in order (e.g. See what first grade writing looks. Students will write in paragraph form (topic sentence, four supporting sentences, and a closing sentence) and will discover the importance of a strong lead (topic sentence) and a clear, focused closing when writing a paragraph.
Redirected Frustration. I felt great. I had just taught an amazing lesson on the importance of writing strong sentences. Students gave me high-fives as they walked out the door. Finally, they would be writing effective sentences in their essays.
First Grade Writing Unit Plan 1- (Writers Workshop Daily Objectives) Instructional Plan Reflection Pre-assessment: On demand writing prompt- Read the sentence and have students write to the best of their ability and then draw an illustration to represent the sentence.