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Read and Draw Sentences

Read and Draw Sentences


5 worksheets in which children need to read a simple sentence containing CVC words and then draw a corresponding picture when they have read and understood the sentence.


Why do you need this?

Engaging in activities where students read a sentence and then draw a picture encourages the integration of reading and writing skills. Students not only decode the text but also express their comprehension through visual representation. Drawing a picture to represent a sentence promotes language development by encouraging students to think creatively and express their ideas visually. It helps them expand their vocabulary and reinforce their understanding of CVC words in context.


How and when might you use this?

These worksheets can be used in a variety of ways:

· During small group phonics sessions

· Independent work stations or literacy centers

· Homework practice

· Guided reading groups

· Morning work

· Reading interventions for children who need additional support

· Whole class instruction


What’s included?

5 PDF worksheets


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