-This two-page activity allows students to practice the use of context clues in order to interpret the meaning of homographs and homophones.
-All information is in Spanish.
-Great practice or reading center idea!
-A resource to be referenced throughout the year!
-Three Spanish worksheets that transition students from "no context" to "full context." Each worksheet has the same questions, the only difference is the amount of context provided. Students see
A checklist (English and Spanish) with the purpose of helping children utilize pre-reading strategies in order to identify:
This checklist also helps teachers check for understanding without having
-Six slides of different graphs and tables that help students identify their purpose and apply understanding to answer questions.
-Spanish resource that may be used for centers, individual work, small group, whole group, quizzes or tests.
-Two months of warm-up and review activities.
-39 Notebook slides (each of which includes up to four questions/activities)
-Math, Reading, Writing, Science, Social Studies, Grammar and Syntax Activities
-Great for review, anticipatory sets, warmup
Four pages of dual-language review (half in English, half in Spanish).
Questions similar in wording to standardized test questions.
Content is most appropriate for 4th grade students.
Can be used as additional work or sent home as a weekly review.
Four pages with 38 different quick activities to monitor comprehension and review skills (comprehension, vocabulary, grammar) taught in class.
Can be used as a read-to-self center.
Great tool for parents and teachers to check for
-Age-appropriate pattern recognition for intermediate grades.
-Three pages of pattern-identification worksheets in Spanish.
-Patterns are identified on number lines, graphs and tables.
-Could serve as anything from homework to whole group.
**Four variations of the same word work station. These may be used with any vocabulary list.
**Can be laminated to be used daily.
**Each type has an example to support students so they may remain working independently.