Mean Mr. O (Lessons to Teach Contractions with NOT)
These packet provides a fun way to learn how to write and read contractions with the word NOT. This can be a confusing skill for young students and this will help them remember to get rid of the o in the word not. The packet includes anchor char
This unit has a variety of activities to help your students practice contractions with not. This unit includes
-scoot game and recording sheet
-scavenger game and two recording sheets
-build a contraction
-contraction match-up/ memory (2 different options and recording sheet)
-contraction bump game
This item contains three different worksheets and a memory game that focus on contraction with "NOT"
#1- 14 sets of words are listed and students must write the contraction on the line. There are 5 questions at the bottom and the student must circle the correct spelling of the contraction.
This packet contains five practice worksheets
that can be used for five days of guided or independent
class practice or five days of homework. Students
will have the opportunity to build skills when they
match, write contractions, analyze the structure of each
contraction and write sentences
Contractions: Contractions activities - In this 10 page contractions packet, you will receive a contractions reading passage, contractions tables, and contractions practice worksheets. Have students read about contractions: why are contractions important? what is a contraction? what can I do with a
Students practice contractions with not by matching the two words or recording answers on the worksheet.
1) 13 kite task cards
2) 13 word cards
3) answer key
4) title page
5) I can statement
6) recording sheet
This packet contains a matching activity with a recording sheet that can be used as a center practicing contractions with not. Also included is a pocket craft that can be placed in students interactive notebooks or made into an attractive bulletin board display. Practice for eleven contractions is i
This fun classroom or hallway hunt will get your students moving as they work to write and read contractions containing the word NOT.
Just print and hang the cards in the room or hallway and watch students go from card to card, writing down either contractions or the two words that make up given co
Scoopin' Up Contractions
Contractions with n't - File Folder Game
Game Board- 10 Cones
Game Pieces- 10 Scoops of Ice Cream
Student Work Printable
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This Common Core aligned PowerPoint teachers the contractions with not (isn’t, aren’t, couldn’t, wouldn’t, shouldn’t, hasn’t, and haven’t).
-Definition of contractions
-Introduction to each contraction visually showing how the words were combined and which letters were removed. Each contra
**I have another version of this game that includes even more types of contractions and even more game boards- enough for a whole class. Please check my store if that game seems like a better fit for you!
Print out, cut (calling cards), laminate, and enjoy!
Perfect for c
I created this item to use when teaching or reviewing writing and readng contractions with 'not' as a grammar skill in Scott Foresman Reading Street. I could be used as a self-correcting literacy center or homework.
This contractions activity pack is the perfect way for your students to practice contractions with not. This packet includes activities that can be used for whole group practice as well as small group practice. Included in this unit:
Page 1: Title Page
Page 2: Thank You Page
Pages 4-7: Contract
14 Contraction Words are highlighted in this fill in the blank activity. Students will read a story about the possibility of a rainy day, that ends with the thought of moving to Southern California! A word bank is given for students to choose the appropriate word. At the end of the cloze activity, s
Use these Common Core aligned word work activities to help students to practice identifying, writing, and categorizing contractions. This packet focuses on contractions using “not” and “will.”
PLEASE NOTE: This packet is part of a larger bundle of word work for contractions, which
Use this file to review contractions with 'not'. You will save ink using this file as you print on colored cardstock, construction paper, or colored paper.
Students to match up the mittens, in pairs. You could hole punch the mittens and they could use the plastic link manipulatives to join the
Contractions can be tricky, so it's a concept that benefits from repetition and practice!
Using these Task Cards and Sorting Activity is a great way to review. reinforce, or assess students' understanding of contractions with NOT.
This resource includes:
*1 Cut and Paste Sorting Activity (Great f
Suggested grade level: 1st and 2nd
Includes center sign, 15 sets of contraction cards with matching worksheet.
Children match the contractions.
Graphics by Whimsy Primsy, purchased and used with permission from digiwebstudio.com.
Print, laminate, cut the cards.
Students to match the words with the contractions.
Students to complete the response sheet.
Great activity to go with Macmillan Treasures, First Grade, Unit 4.
Aligns with Common Core Standards.
This could easily be used as whole group (modeled lesson), set in cente
This is the perfect product for a quick literacy center, small group, or individual early finisher activity. It consists of 12 tombstone cards labeled with contractions with the word not and friendly ghosts that are labeled with the 2 words that make the contraction. Simply laminate and cut apart
Students will read each sentence and sort under correct contraction heading. They will then write the two words that make up the contraction and also write the contraction it makes. The students can use the answer sheet to record their answers.
I have included a black line copy of the cards, so
Use this game to help students practice fluency in recognizing contractions. This game focuses on the contractions “not” and “will.” Included are sets at two ability levels, allowing you to differentiate for your students’ needs.
PLEASE NOTE: This packet is part of a larger bundle
Help your students practice contractions with "not" (ex: can't didn't) with this engaging version of the “I Have... Who Has...?” game.
The game includes 16 game cards. If you have more than 16 students in your class/group, print two copies of the game and split the class. If you have fewer than 16
~This is an activity to help students learn contractions! In this five part activity, students will write each pair of words as a contraction inside of fun, Halloween creatures/figures, differentiate by type of contraction word, fill-in-the-blank with contractions to complete interactive Halloween
2nd and 3rd grade
This is a ditto I made dealing with contractions with not. I designed it so that each student has to rewrite the full sentence. This reinforces capitals and punctuations along with contractions with not. This activity should take about 45 minutes to complete.
~This is an activity to help students learn contractions! In this five part activity, students will write each pair of words as a contraction inside of fun, Thanksgiving objects/figures, differentiate by type of contraction word, fill-in-the-blank with contractions to complete interactive Thanksgiv
This activity features a PowerPoint that introduces contractions through animations and an accompanying Smart Notebook that engages students through reading, sorting and playing concentration. Contractions feature the words am, not and will.
This passage is a great resource to use for fluency practice, close reading, or as a nonfiction text to supplement learning about geographic characteristics. It includes 2 passages, 1 for use at home and 1 for repeated readings at school. A brief quiz and an activity reviewing the contractions with
These matching cards are a great way for your students to practice matching a contraction with the original two-word meaning. You could do this as a whole group matching activity, or throw it in a literacy center for your students to practice independently. This product contains regular and irregula
Contractions with Not - Read the Room, Center, and Mimio Combo
This combo includes a Mimio presentation, a Read the Room activity, and a follow up center activity. The Mimio presentation will introduce your students to contractions with not and give them chances to use these contractions in a whol
This is a simple bridge map using contractions with not. There is a space for students to come up with their own contraction using not. Then, they will write a sentence for each contraction. This was created for a beginning of the year 1st grade class but could also be used in Kindergarten or 2nd gr
This packet includes resources based on contractions made with not!
The Resource Includes:
1. Contractions with Not Changing Sheet
2. Contractions with Not Coloring
3. Contractions with Not Match Up
4. Contractions Sentences
5. Contractions with Not, I have, Who ha
This is a packet of SEVEN different cut and paste worksheets that asks students to correctly complete the sentences using contractions with NOT. The students must glue the correct parts of the contraction in the correct order. I've used these worksheets in a full inclusion first grade classroom an
I can’t! I won’t! I don’t want to! Our students use negative contractions all the time. But they don’t always know how to use the min writing. Well here’s a great way to give them support and practice identifying, forming, and using negative contractions in context.
Looking for a fun way to practice contractions (not, am, will)? Go no further! This game is played similarly to the popular game Sorry! Students take turns rolling, moving and reading words with contractions (not, am, will). Land on an opponents space and Oops, you get sent back home. This game fits
Who doesn't love a yummy cupcake anytime of the year? These cupcakes give little hands practice with matching contractions and the root words. Easy to print, cut, and put into action with small groups, centers, or individual work stations.
"Tinker's Thinkers" aims to provide teachers with relevan
Your students will fun while learning about contractions with this activity! This is a rainy day story that has contraction words embedded inside. The students are asked to highlight the contraction words and then write them next to the corresponding word pair below the story. An extra challenge cou
Practice contractions isn't, aren't, can't, wasn't, weren't, hasn't, haven't, didn't, doesn't, don't, and won't.
This pack includes:
-contraction puzzle center
-contraction puzzle worksheet
-4 contraction grammar worksheets
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This vocabulary skills unit for grade 1 presents activities (match, write, complete, fill in) in which students practice making one-word contractions by taking two words, dropping some letters, and adding an apostrophe (don't, isn't, can't, etc.). Presented in three levels of difficulty. Includes an
This vocabulary skills unit for grade 1 presents activities (read, write, circle, look, complete) in which students make one-word contractions from two words, drop some letters, and add an apostrophe (didn't, hasn't, wasn't, etc.). Presented in three levels of difficulty. Includes answer key.