Do you need something hands-on and interactive to teach ending punctuation? With these digital task cards, students can manipulate the punctuation to go at the end of the sentence. An anchor chart and visual student directions are included. There is a short video embedded at the beginning to teach the topic. There is also an anchor chart slide in the resource for students to use as a reference if you prefer to delete the video slide. It is geared just for kindergarten! Sentences include simple sight words, CVC words, and some picture clues for easy decoding.
These digital task cards are no prep and ready to use! If using in Google™ Classroom, you can use them completely paperless!
If you do not have Google Classroom, there are also alternative sets of the task cards to run as a presentation and use with a no prep recording sheet. This option makes these accessible for anyone who has access to Google Drive and Google Slides, which are free! This option is not completely paperless, but it cuts out laminating and cutting!
This resource stands out from apps because it automatically saves their work when you use the option for Google Classroom use. That means you have access to assess their work!
Use for whole instruction, as center activities, for intervention or extra practice, in small groups, or in small groups.
Find these digital task cards in a grammar bundle geared just for kindergarten! Click here to go to the bundle.
•Embedded Video Slide
•28 digital task cards formatted for interactive use
•28 digital task cards formatted for presentation use
•Visual Student instructions
•Instructions on how to download and use this resource in Google Classroom and in Google Drive
•Optional recording sheets in PDF format for printing
Please view the preview for more details about this resource.
***There are some technical requirements to use this resource. At minimum you will need a free Google email account and access to Google Drive and Google Slides on any device you plan to use this resource. Please note, if using Google Drive, I recommend using the digital task cards that are formatted for running as a presentation and with use of a no prep printable recording sheet. For students to save their work with use of the drag and drop and typing features, you will need Google Classroom. If using the drag and drop and typing features on an interactive whiteboard for class presentations, Google Drive will be sufficient. For more technical details, please see the preview. ***
***For Interactive Whiteboard/ Smartboard use: To use any dragging/dropping features, your interactive whiteboard will need the feature that performs mouse functions with touch in programs outside of the brand software of the interactive whiteboard. Basically, the touch feature takes the place of how you would use a mouse in other applications such as PowerPoint, surfing the internet, etc. Generally, this feature is there and it should do this. However, in some older interactive whiteboards, this feature may be limited to the brand software of the interactive whiteboard. If you can recall using touch features in other applications such as the internet, than you should be good to go.***
For more details about this resource, please view the preview by clicking on the button under the picture that says preview. It breaks everything down more clearly. If you are having trouble viewing the preview, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I will be glad to send you a copy of the preview.
Please note, this resource is for personal, classroom use only. Also, I am not affiliated or associated with Google, nor do they endorse this resource. This resource is simply a resource that can be used with their software/apps.
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