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Contractions Bundle Word Sort - Exploring Words

Contractions Bundle Word Sort - Exploring Words
Contractions Bundle Word Sort - Exploring Words
Contractions Bundle Word Sort - Exploring Words
Contractions Bundle Word Sort - Exploring Words
Contractions Bundle Word Sort - Exploring Words
Contractions Bundle Word Sort - Exploring Words
Contractions Bundle Word Sort - Exploring Words
Contractions Bundle Word Sort - Exploring Words
Product Description
This Contractions Bundle includes 34 pages:
Page 1: Contraction I-(Be)
Page 2: Contraction II-(Be)
Page 3: Contraction III-(Have)
Page 4: Contraction IV-(Have)
Page 5: Contraction V-(Not)
Page 6: Contraction VI-(Not)
Page 7: Contraction VII-(Will)
Page 8: Contraction VIII-(Will)
Page 9: Contraction IX-(Would)
Page 10: Contraction X-(Would)
Page 11: Contraction XI-(Had)
Page 12: Contraction XII-(Had)
Page 13: Contraction K/2.36-(Mixed)
Page 14: Contraction K/2.37-(Mixed)
Page 15: Contraction 3.36-(Mixed)
Page 16: Contraction 3.37-(Mixed)
Page 17: Contraction 3.42-(Mixed)
Page 18: Contraction 3.43-(Mixed)

Pages 19-32: Additional Word Study Resources
Level K/2:Word Study Scope and Sequence
Level 3: Word Study Scope and Sequence
Word Study Procedures
Word Study Day by Day Teacher’s Guide / Lesson Plans including independent and small group activities and games.
Word Study Student Sheet
Word Study Homework Agenda
Word Study Parent Letter
Pages 32-34: Answer Key

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Contractions – some of the most common errors in English usuage!

Simply put a contraction is the shortened version of the written or spoken form of a word. It is formed by omitting an internal letter, usually a vowel as in cannot/can’t. The omitted letter is then replaced by an apostrophe in writing as in is not/isn’t. Occasionally, there are other changes involving a word change as in will not/won’t. Contractions are used in speaking and informal writing, but should not be used for writing formally. Students need a solid foundation in how contractions are formed and their meanings.
Of course, all word study is based on the continuing assessment of students’ individual needs.
Total Pages
34 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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