Students will read short passages and determine if the text is an example of realism or fantasy. Students can also make a graphic organizer or use a highlighter to note specific examples in the text that informed their decision.
Students will read short passages and identify the character(s) and setting(s) in each. Each character's name is printed on a character card with stick figure. Each setting (where and when) is printed on a setting card with house. Aligned with
English Language Arts, ELA Test Prep, Reading Strategies
1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, Homeschool
Activities, Literacy Center Ideas, Graphic Organizers
Homonyms: Words that sound the same, look the same, but can have different meanings!
Students fill in the blanks of two sentences that use the same homonym. These words have different meanings in each sentence. Also included are matching word cards
Students will use the definition of a compound word to match it to the correct compound word card.
Example: "a tub usually filled with water in which one takes a bath"
For differentiation, this can also be utilized without the
English Language Arts, Vocabulary, Reading Strategies