Veterans Day Sentence Writing Activity

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Veterans Day is just around the corner, and this important day is something that I always take the time to teach and reflect on in the classroom. This free Veterans Day Sentence Writing Activity is an easy way to introduce kids to Veterans Day and open up a discussion as to why we respect and thank veterans (hopefully all the time, not just on this day). As a bonus, they are working on sentence building and handwriting skills too!

*Pair with our Veterans Day Writing Center Activities!

This free Veterans Day Sentence Writing Activity is the perfect way to introduce your kids to Veterans Day while practicing literacy skills!

Veterans Day Sentence Writing Activity

Some of my students will have never heard the word “Veteran” before. That is why we always take the time to discuss what it means and why there is a day dedicated to it. Sometimes that can be tricky with young students, but mainly my goal is to convey that Veterans are people fighting for our freedom and safety and that we thank and respect them for that.

Preparing for this activity is pretty simple! For each child you need:

This printable includes a simple sentence teaching kids the date of Veterans Day.

How to Complete the Sentence Sorter

To begin, I make a sample for my students to follow if they are completing the activity independently. If I am using it as a part of our whole group discussion, we unscramble the sentence together.

I do not always do this with sentence sorter activities as I usually like the kids to try to unscramble the sentences on their own. This specific Veterans Day sentence sorter can be tricky because usually, students look for capital letters to start a sentence. But in this case, November is a name so it gets a capital too.

When it is time for the students to complete their own printable sentence sorter, they first cut out the words and sort them into the correct order to make the complete sentence we discussed.

To begin, students cut the words apart and unscramble them into the correct order.

After gluing the words down in the correct order, it’s time to write the sentence! I love that the kids are learning that words make sentences while getting in handwriting practice too!

After gluing the words in the correct order, students write the sentence.

Finally, when the sentence is unscrambled and written down – we can color (the best part!).

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4 Comments

  1. This is great – thanks for sharing! I’m going to do a bit of cut-and-paste to use this with my 4 year old…we celebrate Remembrance Day on Nov. 11th up here in Canada. 🙂

  2. I LOVE this resource! Will be perfect for this coming week! One suggestion I have is to add in another military member for the kids to color after building/writing their sentence as their are five branches in the military 🙂 That way we can connect the branches to their picture too and have more discussion! I can’t wait to check out more of your resources! (I see you have more sentence sorters which may be my first stop!)

    1. Thanks Amy! I am so glad you were able to use this with your kids! I will add your suggestion to my request list for updates, I always appreciate input – that’s a great idea! 🙂

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