These are flashcards that can be printed out and then glued together to assess student understanding of the difference between a question and a statement. You display a sentence and students have to hold up the card to classify it as a question or
cut out the color coded item cards and hide them around the room. Introduce how to write possessive nouns. Pass out the I found student work sheets. Point out the color coded guide for identifying who an item belongs to. Remind students that each
I print these on brightly colored paper and staple them to sloppy work that students need to redo. I also log these tickets on a spreadsheet and if students reach a certain number in a week they have to stay in for recess and redo all of their
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Have students practice recognizing verbs by playing memory. Each match of verb cards is worth 2 points all matching noun cards are worth 1. Have students personalize their cards by drawing pictures for each word pair and create their own cards.
Students draw cards from a deck of irregular verbs and roll to find out whether they are writing a present tense sentence, a past tense sentence or a past tense sentence with the helpers have, had or has.