Are your students having a hard time recognizing absurdities? This free resource will help you target that skill with them! I've included a variety of winter-themed sentences with the intention of encouraging students to find the absurdity in each. They'll have a blast while they learn!
Fixing Absurdities is designed to address listening and logic skills for the Pre-K, K, and 1st grade population.
This product includes 100 printable cards and an open-ended game board.
A single absurd sentence is printed on each card. The cards can be used for two listening and logic activiti
This data sheet is for use with Super Duper's Listening for Absurdities Fun Deck (FD-77). Our data sheets make it easy to track students' progress while using Super Duper products! This Fun Deck is available in the Super Duper Digital Library! Go check it out!
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To prepare: Print, laminate, and cut out all spring time absurdities cards.
To use: Students take turns drawing a card, identifying what is incorrect about the card, and
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These 100 cards cover the language skill of identifying absurd statements from true statements. Students are asked to click on either yes or no. For extended work, have your students expressively state what makes the statement absurd and have them change the absurd word to a word that would make the
Contains 40 absurdity cards that can be used with students individually or in a group setting!
Students can read each card and identify the absurdity. Have students talk about what makes it absurd. Then have students ‘fix’ the absurdity by changing the sentence so that it makes sense.