Task Cards Confusing Words Bundle 1
can be more fun than worksheets, and they are a perfect way to reinforce lessons and improve proofreading skills.
After downloading your purchase, print the pages on card stock paper, laminate, cut cards apart on dotted lines. You will be able to reuse them for years to come.
Also, print as many blank student answer sheets and answer keys as you need.
Included in this product are 5 Task Card Sets. Each set contains:
• 32 TASK CARDS
to practice using confusing words.
• A blank answer sheet on which students record their answers
• An answer key for the teacher
• Instructions for a game I used with my students.
Each card in the set includes a mini lesson and a practice sentence in which students choose the correct word.
Set 1 includes practice with: fewer or less; who or whom; whoever or whomever; bad or badly.
Set 2 includes practice with: to; two, or too.
Set 3 includes practice with: who’s or whose.
Set 4 includes practice with die or dye; weather or whether; eager or anxious; advice or advise.
Set 5 includes practice with: they’re; there; or their.
I hope you and your students enjoy using this. Here's another lesson your students will enjoy.
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Charlene Tess is an educator with over 35 years of classroom experience. She has taught English, journalism, and creative writing to students in grades 7-12, and has developed her resources based on lessons that were successful with her students.