In Year 1, pupils learn how to write and punctuate simple sentences. Our poster and SPaG resource pack reminds pupils what a simple sentence needs and the card sort activity and worksheets allow them the opportunity to apply their knowledge creatively.
This primary resource pack includes:
- Poster – ‘Writing Sentences Rules’
- Sentence writing bookmarks
- Card sort activity
- Teacher’s notes
What is a simple sentence?
A simple sentence is usually short, and requires as a minimum a subject and a main verb. Generally they are expressing one basic idea, and are therefore very easy to understand.
Simple sentence examples
- Dad ate his dinner.
- Mr Ship ran to the shop.
- The tree has long branches.
- The girl played with the ball.
National Curriculum English programme of study links
Know how words combine to make sentences
Separate words with finger spaces
Introduce capital letters and full stops