Many parents will agree that getting young children to put pen to paper is quite a task. To add to that, writing requires a good understanding of grammar rules and sentence structures. That makes writing sentences, especially long ones, a tough task for little children.
Sometime back, we learnt about different sentence structures through the Code Game. Today, we will explore a fun way to write longer sentences using a strategy called – Stretchy Sentences.
A step-by-step guide to write longer sentences
Parents can make this sentence-writing game even more fun by asking children to describe pictures and encouraging them to explain their reasoning. Parents should ensure that they put this skill to good use in their classes and write longer sentences in their essays and stories.
As always, some children will find this game effortless while others may find it incredibly tough. Being patient with them by providing gentle nudges and clues can go a long way in making them comfortable with this exercise. Consistency is the key to success in everything. Be rest assured that as time goes on, they’ll gradually improve.
What do you think of this game? Is this something that you think would be good for your child? Can you think of anything else that would make this game better? Share your thoughts in the section below or send us an email at [email protected].
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January 11, 2023
It’s very helpful to children to make sentences and then can use it in SA writing and talking with friends or parents or teacher.
January 10, 2023
It’s is good activity to make children to form WH questions form,thank u very much
January 10, 2023
I definitely try it on my brother interesting idea
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