Teaching language can be a chore. Let's make it a lot more fun! This resource contains 2 sorts/games that have 30 cards that can be used 4 different ways. They focus on identifying choosing the correct coordinating or subordinating conjunctions.
INDEPENDENT-Allow students to cut out the cards and sort independently to assess student understanding of a skill AND/OR glue into an interactive notebook. (works for type A or B)
SMALL GROUPS-Allow students to work in teams to complete the sort as race/challenge to see which team can complete it first. (works for type A or B)
WHOLE GROUP-2 options depending on the type of sort.
Type A-Use the cards as an energizer/game by using the posters included instead of the headers. Post these around the room. Students will each draw one card and will sort themselves to stand near the correct poster.
Type B-Use the cards as an energizer/game by having students draw a card (or multiple) and finding their partner match(es).
GAME-2 options depending on the type of sort. For the games, I strongly suggest printing the cards on cardstock.
Type A-Use the cards (minus the headers), the game board included, copies of the number cards provided (or a die, if you have one), and the master list to practice as a game. You will also need items for students to use as their game pieces.
TIP: Secure game board inside a file folder and print multiple
copies of the number cards on cardstock. Laminate both in
order to make them last!
Type B-Use the sort cards as a matching game by placing them face
down and having groups of students flip two cards to find matches.
TIP: Print the directions card for the matching game on
cardstock and laminate. Directions cards are sized to fit into
a sandwich sized bag along with the sort cards.
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