Sentences Literacy Station { FREEBIE }

Today we'll be in Freeport, Grand Bahama Island. 

Have you ever been there???

Here is my freebie for you today!

It will help kiddos practice determining whether a sentence is a complete sentence, or not complete sentence.

You can read more about my literacy stations and how they started in my post from yesterday! I'm thinking these would be good for 1st or 2nd graders, or even struggling 3rd graders who need a little extra practice. And it's aligned with the Common Core! And they are in color AND black and white too! 

There are two different activities: a scoot (to get those munchkins up and moving) and a sort. 

It come with recording sheets for both activities, teacher directions (in case you have a volunteer), student directions (in case you want to put them in a folder), and answer keys. 

If you grab them, please let me know what you think! :)

I love your comments!!!

And don't forget to hop over to enter my giveaway going on right now!



  1. Very cute activity! I love that you have included the teacher directions as well as the student directions. Thank you for sharing.

  2. Thanks for sharing! My students always struggle with this concept. I am your newest follower. Stop by when you get some free time.


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  3. Thank you so much for sharing. I'll definitely use this in my 2nd grade classroom. I did notice that there's a little mistake, though. You have
    "Eat all of the food" listed as a sentence, but "Eat pizza and hot dogs" as incomplete. Technically, they are both sentences. Not so sure I'd use either one with second grade since there's no obvious subject. Just thought I'd let you know.

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