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I created this resource when I went from a self-contained 5th grade teacher to a 6th grade ELA teacher with multiple classes.
My students arrive in class at 7:55am, but then go to their specials at 8:10. This time in the morning was driving me crazy, so I needed something that was quick and routine, but also meaningful and engaging at the same time. My students love to draw and I love using drawing to teach vocabulary and this was the perfect compromise.
This resource has 36 weeks of super quick bell ringers for your upper-elementary or middle school learners. All work is based on the 4th-8th grade most commonly used Root word and Affixes.
Monday: Title their page, date their page, create table and write root or affix and its origin.
Tuesday: Write example one, its definition, and illustrate the example.
Wednesday: Write example two, its definition, and illustrate the example.
Thursday: Write example three, its definition, and illustrate the example.
Friday:Try to determine the root or affixes meaning and use one example in a sentence. For extra credit, they may illustrate their sentence.
Thank you so much!
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