This eye-catching classroom game is perfect for review of homophones, spelling, comma rules, and capitalization rules! Simply project the game onto your screen, and you are ready to play.HOW IT WORKSThe class is split into two large groups. One member from each group comes to the front of the clas
SEE TV STAARS Explaining and Exploding Their Voice Explanation and rules of the game:I have developed this game show review activity that will allow your students to answer questions that you ask the class about certain essays you are looking at in the areas of
This puzzle helps students practice identifying complete sentences, fragments, and run-ons.To make this for your class:-Print out the puzzle sheet.-Cut on the lines and bundle the puzzle pieces together in a baggie or with paper clips. -(I made 18 of these so that my students can work in groups of t
Twenty need-to-know American idioms are covered in three straightforward activities. In this file:1 Assignment requiring students to discover the meanings of each idiom---can be framed as desk work, stations, or stand up-hand up-pair up.1 Assignment requiring students to research the origins of each
Perfect for (ELLs) English language learners as well as native speakers who have difficulty with idiomatic language! Research states that understanding idioms requires interactive practice (Roleplay or manipulatives) and pictorial support or understanding and memory retention. In this file:40 Cards
Want to get beyond the desk? Get students moving and grooving while practicing twenty need-to-know American idioms in six collaborative activities. In this file:1 Assignment requiring students to discover the meanings of each idiom---can be framed as desk work, stations, or stand up-hand up-pair up.