This Fiction vs. Nonfiction Venn Diagram highlights the similarities and differences across fiction and nonfiction texts. It pairs perfectly with the Fiction vs. Nonfiction Venn Diagram Worksheet (free!).
This worksheet is a perfect assessment on identifying whether kids are able to identify the correct meaning of a word being used. The statements are Halloween-themed and the kids can even solve a Halloween riddle at the end!
This 8 page Power Point is the perfect tool to demonstrate how words take on different meanings when used in various contexts. Each slide offers a multiple meaning word's dictionary entry and several sentences using that word.
I used this document
This is a great way for students to differentiate between fact and opinion statements. Students will cut out statements and sort into fact and opinion groups. It is also a perfect activity for the Halloween season!
These posters showcase eight parts of speech (noun, verb, adjective, pronoun, adverb, interjection, conjunction, and preposition) in an adorable, colorful, polka dot theme. The posters define each part of speech as well as give examples for each.
This is a great way for students to differentiate between fact and opinion statements. Students will cut out statements and sort into fact and opinion groups. It is also a perfect activity for the season!
This reading bingo board challenge is a perfect way to make reading fun and interactive at home!
Assign students a set amount of time and have them complete each task on the bingo board. Parents need to initial in each box as the student completes
These cute task cards are great for guided practice, partner work, or independent practice. 18 cards assess your students ability to differentiate between the two types of adjectives. Cut them out and laminate them to use them again and again.
Use this reference sheet to define the elements of drama. I have my students keep this in their reading folder. They may use it as a reference when reading drama selections and answering drama-related questions.