Many children and other people who are learning English as a second language and/or who have developmental language delays have difficulties with correct word order in sentences.
In this 21-page no preparation pack of scaffolded sentences, we target the very common Subject-Verb-Adverb structure. Most typically developing children acquire this pattern at about the age of 24-30 months. But many people – including people learning English as a second language, and people with developmental language disorders, take longer and need practice to acquire it.
This pack can be used “as is” to provide highly structured drill-play practice, with pictures and orthographic cues for students of all ages. Alternatively, laminate and cut up the sentence scaffolds to play sentence sorting and formulation games.