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Year 1 Composing Sentences Game – KS1 Grammar Games

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Use Plazoom’s Sentence Game to develop Y1 pupils’ understanding of how words can be joined to form simple sentences. Using the word cards, pupils should orally compose sentences based on the image with each set of cards.

This sentence game for KS1 can be played as a whole class as a fun English lesson starter activity or as the main focus of the lesson. It could also be used as a writing intervention in KS1 or KS2 for pupils who may need support to form sentences.

What is a sentence?

A sentence is a group of words which are connected to each other and is complete in itself. A simple sentence consists of a main clause and is sometimes referred to as single-clause sentence.

National Curriculum English programme of study links

  • Pupils should be taught to write sentences by composing sentences orally before writing it.
  • Pupils should be taught how words can combine to create sentences.

  • Sentence cards
  • Teacher notes
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