This is a game to help the students practice -ed and -ing endings with the double consonant and dropping the e. Included are the directions sheet, the sheet with the practice words and the answer key. I included both a black and white as well as a
Extend the understanding of fractions to show equivalence and ordering.
33 question test. 30 of them are objective and 3 of them are subjective. The first sheet provided shows the overview of the test, including the objectives,
This game is an activity that focuses on silent letters, specifically (wn, gn, kn, mb, mn, gh). It is set up like the game Memory. Have the students face all the cards down. The students would take turn choosing two cards, if they match, they keep
This worksheet is a simple way to assess the students on their understanding of rhyming. The student will distinguish which words do and do not rhyme. Ideally, they will say each picture in the row and cross out which does not rhyme with the others.
This checklist can be used for the students to self check their writing before they are finished. I would either print one out each time they are doing a writing activity, or print one for each student and put them in a plastic sheet cover/laminate
This is a 3-part worksheet, all pieces included. Each worksheet involves the student cutting out the letters on the side and glueing them on the correct side of either capital or lowercase letters. All 26 letters, both capital and lowercase are
Add the e or Let it Be focuses on the CVCe rule. There are 20 cards to practice with. Each card includes a picture with a word. The student must decide if the picture shown matches the correct word. If it doesn't, the student uses the "e" to change
A twist to the card game "war," Subtraction Standoff follows similar instructions but with the added practice of subtraction. The players will each solve the equation on their own card and the player with the highest value gets to keep both cards.
This includes six already-planned newspaper centers that cover a variety of topics. This package includes all six centers, complete with title pages, direction sheets, and each student ready activity.
The centers are as follows:
This activity focuses on the practice of directional skills of North, South, East and West. Included is a directions sheet, a map (which I recommend laminating), a key, and task cards with answers. There are 5 task cards for the students to work