Frequently confused Words Multipack
A fun, unique, teacher-made game!
THIS IS A MULTIPACK OF THREE GAMES FOR A DISCOUNTED PRICE!
THE THREE GAMES INCLUDED WILL BE:
1) They’re, There, & Their Sentences
a. Each game will include 12 sentences with each missing either “they’re, there, or their”. There will be 12 small word pieces with 4 of each “they’re, there, or their”.
2) Two, To, & Too Sentences
a. Each game will include 12 sentences with each missing either “too, two, and to”. There will be 12 small word pieces with 4 of each “too, two, and to”.
3) You, Your, & You’re Sentences
a. Each game will include 12 sentences with each missing either “you, your, or you’re”. There will be 12 small word pieces with 4 of each “you, your, and you’re”.
Also included is three small, laminated, envelopes to store the 12 small word pieces in each. Each envelope has a small piece of Velcro for convenient closure and storage.
The sentence strips and word pieces will be stored in 10.5’’ x 5.5’’ plastic envelopes for lasting durability. The large envelopes will vary in color and may not match the color in the picture. However, all large storage envelopes will have a Velcro, snap, or string closure.
The outside of the plastic storage envelope will have kid-friendly directions with picture icons to help with understanding.
The sentence strips and word pieces are printed on heavy-duty cardstock with colored ink AND laminated! The cardstock may vary in color, but will always be heavy-duty and laminated!
This game linked to Educational Common Core Standards 4th grade: English Language Arts Standards » 1 » g Correctly use frequently confused words (e.g., to, too, two; there, their).*
All games are great for use as independent work centers, working with a parent-helper, working with a paraprofessional, or working in peer pairs. Each game is designed for both general and special education!
FOR HOME USE:
All games are great for in-home use as well! They are great for use during spring break, summer break, holiday breaks, and as additional help or as homework!
Kids will enjoy reading these fun sentence while practicing the use of “they’re, there, and their”.