This activity prompts students to use meaningful and descriptive language to create Halloween riddles. They are prompted to include function, category, attributes, and associations in their rich language descriptions. By: Linda Lou
Autumn is a beautiful time of year for taking a walk! These children are going on a Fall Scavenger Hunt. Help them to describe what they find along the way.
Targets: Subjective Pronouns (He, She, They); Vocabulary (corn, birdhouse,
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To practice the use of prepositional phrases in a fun and motivating game. Student-created sentences allow the students to meaningfully practice the use of prepositional phrases and spatial concepts or location concepts.
Students sequence holiday tasks that are 5-6 steps. Sequential order and related vocabulary is taught in a fun holiday format. Students are then given opportunity to write their own "holiday how-to" sequenced task.
* Expressive language, giving
Students will use meaningful language attributes and adjectives to describe Christmas ornaments in a fun game. They are prompted to include components in their descriptions such as function, appearance, categories, as well as make personal