This packet contains a sorting activity for nouns and pronouns.
he students will use the mat to separate the words between nouns and pronouns. The students will then write them under the
correct heading on the worksheet (printed front to back).
Make sure your students know the difference between antonyms and synonyms. This packet contains a poster with both definitions and one worksheet where the students choose if the group of words are antonyms or synonyms. Appropriate for grades K
A weeks worth of sentence mix up worksheets. These worksheets can be used alone or with the story "The Farmer in the Hat" in unit 2 of the Reading Street series. I use these at my word work center in my 1st (first) grade classroom. If you need
I display this instruction sheet (in a table tent) in my word work center when they are completing "sentence mix ups". I have sentence mix up worksheets in my TpT store. If you have some that you would like me to create with your sentences I would
This packet contains a poster explaining compound words (2 different backgrounds). It also contains a worksheet for the students to complete. The worksheet is differentiated so it is in there twice but at different levels.
Sentence mixed up and students cut out the words and glue them in order. They also write and illustrate the sentence. I use this in my 1st (first) grade classroom in my word work center. If you need center instructions to post check out my store!
This packet contains posters that teach what ending marks (punctuation) goes at the end of each type of sentence. It also teaches the four sentence types (declarative, interrogative, exclamatory, and imperative). There are two posters for each