Use this grammar assessment as a diagnostic or end of the year assessment, as a teaching tool or practice for mandatory state tests. Aligned with the Common Core.
Included are: Nouns, verbs and verb tenses, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, synonyms, antonyms, plural and singular nouns, alphabetical order, pronouns, prefixes, contractions, syllables, types of sentences (exclamatory, declarative, interrogative, imperative), punctuation, subjects, predicates, context clues, prepositions, direct objects, complete or incomplete sentences, capitalization, editing and revising sentences.
There are 35 questions with some having multiple examples to answer.Answers are included.
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Parts of Speech Animal Theme Posters
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Subject and Predicate Activities
Irregular Past and Participle Forms of Verbs
Adjective Adverb Game Common Core Supplement
Adjective Adverb Task Cards
Common and Proper Nouns Practice for the Common Core
Common Proper Nouns Game
Spelling Activities To Use with Any Spelling List
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Scoot Fun! Adjectives
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Scoot Fun! Prepositions
Scoot Fun! Subjects Predicates
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ALL TIME FAVORITES
Novel Response Cards
Use with any book or story. Perfect for small groups, independent work, literature circles, guided reading and centers. This is one of my most popular resources! Use year to year with your students!
Number the Stars 19 Page Packet
This is now a 70 page packet! There is an informational article about World War II for pre reading activities, with questions and answers. Also included are maps of Europe and Denmark with questions and answers. This provides students with a historical perspective of World War II. Covers all reading strategies and more!
Similes Metaphors and More
Use with any book or story! Examples and definitions are given on each page.
A great way for students to become very familiar with nonfiction features
Figurative Language Chart and Student Worksheets
A very handy reference chart with examples of figurative language as well as other activities. Students use their copies of the chart as they work on written assignments in class. . A VERY popular resource all teachers must have!
Movie Review for Students
Keep your students focused as they watch videos in class. Add these sheets to your sub folder!
Fantasy Essential Elements Literature Unit
BOOK REPORTS AND OTHER REPORTS
Book Report Trifold Use With Any Novel
Use the pages year to year with any fiction book or story. Students will be motivated to work for the extra bonus points that are offered! A note to parents is also included with all the instructions about the report and a slip to send back to you. Complete instructions are included.
Design a Game Book Report
An amazing book report. Students create games based on stories they've read. All time favorite activity loved by students, their parents, teachers and administrators! Encourages students to read different genre. Have a Game Day!
Bloom Ball Reports
Inspires students to “think out of the box” to create reports for any subject, book, or story. Use with any fiction, nonfiction or subject. Based on the latest Bloom Taxonomy verbiage. These reports encourage higher-level thinking and make colorful year round classroom displays! Students, teachers, parents and administrators love the reports! For 5th grade and up. Middle and high school teachers tell me they’re using them too!
Close Reading Informational Text Polar Bears
This is the perfect informational text, no prep resource, to connect English Language arts with social studies and science! The article about polar bears’ lives in the arctic regions of Earth and how they survive, will inspire your students to research these beautiful animals on their own. Creative activities! Questions and answers are included.
A great way for students to become very familiar with nonfiction features.
Nonfiction Detective Task Cards
Pre- reading, reading and post reading cards!
Nonfiction Find It and Check It
This packet helps to reinforce nonfiction text.
Common Core Informational Text Article (Cheetah)
The following resources can be used with any book or story, year to year! Student friendly rubrics are included!
Common Core ELA Informational Text Posters
Common Core Figurative Language
Common Core Reading Themes
Common Core Reading Standards Main Idea
Common Core Setting Comparisons
Common Core Foundational Skills Task Cards
Great informal assessment to determine who needs review or who has achieved mastery. Use year to year
Common Core Character Comparisons
Common Core Problems and Solutions
Common Core Reading Standards Cause and Effect
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Vocabulary Detectives Task Cards 4
Pronouns, Proper Nouns, Conjunctions
Vocabulary Detectives Task Cards 5
Similes, Metaphors, Personification
Vocabulary Detective Task Cards 6 Common Proper Nouns and Contractions
HOLIDAYS AND SEASONAL PRODUCTS
St.Patricks Day Legend of Irish Leprechauns Worksheets
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A true story about the Pilgrims starving time when they had only five kernels of corn to eat each day.
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New Year Resolutions Mine My Town My Country The World
School is included in this packet. Students think "out of the box" to write the resolutions.
Autumn and Fall Writing Papers
Creatively designed writing paper for final drafts!
Autumn ELA Student Worksheets
Halloween Task Cards and Writing Activities
Fun creative task cards students love!
Christmas and Holiday Language Art Activities
North Pole Headline News
Students have fun writing news articles about the North Pole. Examples of headlines are: Santa Loses His Cell Phone, Santa Buys an iPad, Rudolph’s Nose Turns Blue and many more! Fun!
North Pole Prepositions
FREE! Fun!! You'll love your students' illustrations of the sentences with prepositions!
An inspiring project that’s loved by students, parents and teachers!
Langston Hughes Dreams
FREE! A fantastic resource to encourage your students to follow their dreams. Use during Black History Month, to celebrate Martin Luther King’s birthday or add it to your poetry unit!
These activities can be hands on cut and paste activities or students can write their answers on the snowballs.
Snowball Math Addition Subtraction
Snowball Math Multiplication and Division
Behavior Forms for Teachers
Forms all teachers need!
Behavior Reinforcing Student Responsibility
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