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This phonics, learning to read resource will help students create words using 4 word wheels ( -ail -ake – ack – ain ). As students create new words, they can write each word on the included ‘Creating Words’ worksheet!
⭐ Make learning and practicing grammar fun with Grammar Games! ⭐This Language Arts download includes a poster explaining the correct usage of the articles ‘a’ and ‘an’, and two different center activities. I have several grammar game editions –
This set comes includes:
- Grammar poster
- 2 different sets of 12 picture cards both with matching article cards
- Instructions and Answer Keys
- Optional ‘What’s in your Zoo?” activity set
- Worksheets for both sets of picture cards
his one is the Animal Set edition.
Display the in your classroom with these colorful, large print, . Use this () resource for calendar headers or to create a stand alone word wall. Each page has three word cards and they are to be printed on 8.5” x 11” (letter) sized paper. Created for world-wide use, see ‘Set 2’ below for an explanation!
Why 2 sets?
- Includes corresponding pictures. These pictures correspond to months and holidays within the U.S.
- (World-wide use) Includes only large, colorful font (no pictures) so they can be used anywhere in the world. This is important for a number of reasons…. Set 1 has U.S. referenced pictures such as a U.S. flag on July’s card. Also, if you live south of the equator, your ‘Fall’ would be the northern hemisphere’s ‘Spring’, thus weather references would be off.
$2.50Buy NowThis poster set will help students learn both long and short vowel sounds. Each poster has fun, colorful pictures to represent words with each vowel sound!See description below for suggested uses.
Display these COLORFUL posters in your classroom to aid students in learning (and practicing) proper writing technique!
Download includes 42 posters:
– 4 sentence types
– 12 capitalization rules
– 6 apostrophe rules
– 9 comma rules
– 5 quotation mark rules
– 6 semi-colon rules
See description below for suggested uses.
. The resource includes for creating words with blends and digraphs.
Includes the following blends and digraph slides: bl, ch, cl, cr, gl, gr, pl, pr, bl, br, sh, st, th (2), wh (2), dr, fr, sl, sm, fl
Help your students study and learn new vocabulary. This resource can be used in any subject and with multiple grades.
On the worksheet, students will:
- Write the word
- Write what they ‘think’ the word means
- The actual dictionary meaning for the word
- Name the part of speech
- Write a synonym
- Write an antonym
- Use the word in a sentence
- Break up the word (if possible): prefix / root / suffix
Set of 8 classroom posters naming different reading strategies:
- Author’s purpose
- Compare and Contrast
. Examples of vowel digraphs are /ea/ in lf or /oy/ in b. This resource will focus on the /ay/ vowel digraph and will provide you with a variety of student activities and tasks allowing them to and practice . I’ve also added several word puzzles because studies have shown that word search and other word puzzles can help improve , , , , , and !
Here’s a fun Fall bingo game to play with your class, co-op, or family! You can also use this game as a spring board for studying Autumn related vocabulary. This all-inclusive resource includes vocabulary – picture cards for 20 different words, board markers and 20 different game boards.
Vocabulary words: acorn, apple, books, Columbus Day, turkey, corn, cornucopia, crayons, Election Day, football, Halloween, leaf, jacket, pumpkin, rake, scarecrow, school, squirrel, Thanksgiving, Veteran’s Day
Enjoy this FREE resource!
41 Dolch 3rd grade sight word flashcards
This phonics, word families resource will help students create words using 6 word wheels ( -op -ob -ot -ock -unk -uck ). As students create new words, they can write each word on the included ‘Creating Words’ worksheet!
Students love ‘Snakes and Ladders’ so why not combine the game with first 100 Fry sight words! This resource gives you 6 different game boards to play again and again.
As students learn new words, have them create their own personal dictionary! This resource provides a page for each letter of the alphabet plus a section with pages that students can keep words that are categorized by parts of speech: nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, preposition. Students can use their dictionary throughout the year when completing writing assignments or anytime!
Help your students get creative! This mini-book template resource can be used by students to…
1. Publish their own short stories
2. Write definitions for spelling or vocabulary words
3. Create their own ‘study’ books from any lesson
4. Use within interactive notebooks
5. Use to add information to a lapbooking project
7 Posters that will guide students through the rules of dividing words into syllables!
Example: The first poster tells students to first check for prefixes and suffixes and to divide these from the root word. Next, the students are told to check for multiple consonants together between vowels and then how to proceed.
20 cute forms to use when reading Dr. Seuss books to create book reports and to do character analysis!