This Bundled Set of Word Play PRINT and GO Worksheets is designed to practice each of the following Word Play Literacy Skills – ANTONYMS, CONTRACTIONS, HOMOPHONES, PLURALS, PREFIXES, RHYMES, SUFFIXES, AND SYNONYMS for five to ten minutes daily! Your students will recognize the “GOING MARBLES” theme and KNOW just what to do!! That makes less work and explaining for YOU and more time your students can be working on these skills!! There are 10 worksheets designed for each Word Play Literacy Skill. That’s 80 worksheets and NO PREP! You may focus on each skill for two weeks of daily practice to MASTER IT!
As a BONUS, I’ve included an Eight - 8 x10 Marbles Style posters with the definition of EACH Word Play Skill AND 3 different “GOING MARBLES” style BOOKMARKS for EACH Word Play Skill to copy for ALL your students!! That’s 24 different styles of bookmarks!
Please check out my individual PRINT AND GO - WORD PLAY Items…
Going Marbles Over PLURALS
Going Marbles Over SYNONYMS
Going Marbles Over SUFFIXES
Going Marbles Over RHYMES
Going Marbles Over PPREFIXES
Going Marbles Over ANTONYMS
Going Marbles Over HOMOPHONES
Going Marbles Over CONTRACTIONS
Thank you so much for taking a peek at my Bundled Set of Word Play PRINT and GO Worksheets . If you follow me, you already know I love to leave you with a joke and a smile. I hope you enjoy this Wacky School Funny….
A 3rd grade teacher announced that to practice spelling, each member of the class would say what their fathers did for a living and then spell the occupation.
Mary went first. "My Dad is a baker, b-a-k-e-r, and if he were here, he would give everyone a cookie."
Next came Tommy. "My dad is a banker, b-a-n-k-e-r, and if he were here, he’d give each of us a quarter."
Third came Jimmy. "My dad is an electrician. But after struggling through a number of attempts to spell the word, the teacher asked him to sit and think about it for a moment while she called on someone else.
The teacher then turned to Johnny. "My dad is a bookie, b-o-o-k-i-e," Johnny said. "And if he were here, he’d bet you 8 to 5 that Jimmy ain’t never gonna spell electrician."