Teach students how to decode multi-syllable words by segmenting syllables. Use these word cards to have students practice dividing two syllable words. Keep the words whole, or cut the syllables and create a fun matching game.
Both open and
This document gives resources for whole group introductory lessons, review lessons, small group work, and independent practice. Word cards for open, closed, and silent E are given with and without red vowels to create easy differentiation. Cards
Copy this document double sided and staple into booklet form. These extension activities can be done with any word sort.
Included is a cover page, a blank page to sort and glue the words, a page for sentences with the words, a Word Hunt page
Help students distinguish between numbers like 13 and 30 with this matching game. Practice worksheets allow for extra extension activities. Two sets in different colors helps differentiate the activity.
These minibooks give information about different animals living in a coral reef. Animals include sea anemones, green turtles, sea stars, seahorses, blacktip reef sharks, clownfish, and one blank book.
Illustrating the books checks that students
Putting words in ABC order is fun when you're doing it on an Ipod! Three options allow you to choose 6, 8, or 10 words. Use sight words, vocabulary words, or write your own words for students to cut and manipulate.
This makes a great word work
Allow students to discover phonics rules by sorting words (ai / ay), (oa / ow), (oi / oy). The words are given in all black, and again with red vowels for easy differentiation.
Extension activities include a practice game, word hunt, word sort,
These math fact cards are color coded based on the numbers being added (ie. +0 and 0+ are one color, 1+, +1 are another color, etc.) They can be laminated with the answers on the back, or cut apart for a matching game. My classroom has them in
Laminate these eggs and cut the pieces. Have students practice counting base ten blocks and matching them to the numbers. The eggs are in different colors, or all one color to allow for differentiation.
These two basic worksheets and bookmarks help elementary students think about stories.
The Fiction version includes characters, setting, problem, solution, and wrap up. There is a copy with sentence starters, and without.
English Language Arts, Literature, Informational Text