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Journeys Supplement Activities
Unit 5 Lesson 24
CHECKOUT MY BLOG to see one of the activities my class did from this unit: http://emilyeducation.blogspot.com/2014/04/half-chicken-antonym-chickens.html
Focus Wall Posters
Vocabulary Teacher Cards
High Frequency and Spelling Cards
Visualize It! Sheet
Color by High Frequency Word Sheets
Chicken Eggs Antonym Craft
Roll a Spelling Word
Prefix Chicks Cut and Paste
Oops. I’m Irregular! Song/Poem
High Frequency and Spelling Practice
Half Chicken Cause and Effect Tri Fold
Write your own Tall Tale Project Sheets for Parents
Visualize It! Sheet- Students will practice visualizing.
Color by High Frequency Word- These are two sheets to practice the High Frequency words of the week.
Chicken Eggs Antonym Craft- This is a fun little craft where students will practice coming up with Antonyms.
Roll a Spelling Word- This is a spelling activity that you will also need dice. They will roll to see what word to write.
Prefix Chicks Cut and Paste- This is a cut and paste activity for students to practice the different prefixes they have learned.
Vocab Flip-Flap- Print these Pages back to back. Students fold these pages “hot dog” ways. They fill out the flip flap accordingly. If they are struggling with the definition portion, they can look it up in the glossary at the back of their book.
Oops.. I’m Irregular..-This can be sung to the tune of the popular hit Oops I did it again or spoken! A great and fun way to learn about irregular verbs!
High Frequency and Spelling Practice- Students will read, trace, write, and rainbow write the words.
Half Chicken Cause and Effect Tri Fold- Print these sheets back to back. Students will fold like a brochure, then fill it out about the story.
Write your own Tall Tale Project Sheet for Parents- This is a project to send home. It outlines to parents what needs to be done, and also provides sheets for students to write their own story.