Red words must be learned individually. Unfortunately they often give students of trouble, especially those students who are already having difficulty in reading and spelling. A multi-sensory approach, using the association of the visual, the auditory and the kinesthetic, is a good way to teach red
Students will create words using a prefix, base word, and/or suffix. Examples are provided for words the teacher can ask students to make. Pre-teaching of prefixes, base words, and suffixes may be necessary before doing this activity with students.
We have made a Scratch version of Boggle!
This is a great way to teach students the rules of Boggle and how to make letters, as well as teach more advanced students how to write computer code!
There are 2 versions...
- a simple version you can use to teach students to code
- advanced version with
This intervention is going to be used for that child who does not speak with an English accent. These small activities will help the child to use the English version of words, dialect, and sentence structures also speak alongside their peers using the English words but can use the American words in