It’s not a type-o, JUICEY is spelled wrong on purpose.
Here are my suggestions for using this resource. You can copy the entire packet for student use or pick and choose. This has been an invaluable resource in my classroom! The students carry the JUICEY chart with them on through the upper levels of study.
JUICEY chart (pg 3). I recommend printing this on card stock as a quick reference tool for your students.
Each letter is broken up and presented with an explanation followed by practice activities.
The chart activities can be completed in a variety of ways. Use them as a bell-ringer, group work, turn them into a game, or as homework.
After the letter C, you will find stories with fill-in-the-blank answers. Students will need to choose the verb that best fits the sentence and put it in the correct form. Careful: There are regular verbs in these activities as well. I’ve included a point total at the bottom if you’d like to use it for a homework or quiz assignment.
Finally, I’ve included a 50-point unit test to wrap it all up.
Answer keys for all activities can be found at the end of the packet.