Sentence Matching Game Conjunctions And So But Or Yet

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Sentence Match Game Conjunctions And So But Or Yet - Connectives
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  • Why isn't this editable?  Would be so more useful.

    , 14 hours ago
    • Hi mfowlie3,
      I'll see what we can do for you! Thanks for commenting :)

      , 13 hours ago
  • good practise

    , Jun 5th
  • Laminate each section separately then attach a paperclip to either side of the conjunction. Children can then physically attach a sentence to either side of the conjunction. :-) saw it on a course today!

    , Nov 23rd
    • Thanks for the tip :)

      , Jul 4th
  • Some of the sentences are useful but I don't think they are all conjunctions e.g.There are apples or bananas for the picnic......'or' isn't a conjunction because its not joining two sentences.

    , Nov 10th
    • Hi Elizabethsmum,

      Thank you for your comment on the Twinkl website.

      'Or' is used as a conjunction here as a conjunction can be used to connect words, phrases, clauses or sentences.

      I hope you have a lovely day! : )

      , Nov 10th
  • Great for independent SPAG activity!

    , May 14th
  • Independent task during reading groups, record answers in reading exercise book.

    , Mar 18th
  • A child who is reluctant to speak and struggles with connectives

    , Feb 13th
  • Great for the children who are reluctant to write to any great extent. They can join the cards in order then take a snapshot of their work for their records.

    , Dec 30th
Sentence Matching Game Conjunctions And So But Or Yet

Sentence Matching Game Conjunctions And So But Or Yet - Cut out the three parts of the sentences, mix them up and then match them. This sentence game aims to support the use and understanding of the conjunctions: and, so, but, yet, or. This activity will be useful for speech and language therapists, EAL teachers, teachers and parents.
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