This power point introduces students to common rules for using commas. The theme throughout each slide is: chips! Lays chips has a flavor contest each year (currently going on again!) This is a fun hook for children as they can come up with ideas
This powerpoint describes the difference between pronouns and adjectives followed by practice sentences in which students must find pronouns or adjectives. This can be used as an oral lesson, or students can be directed to write down answers to the
This is a perfect activity for 5th-8th graders. Students must color squares according to the part of speech in each square. In the end a picture is revealed. Easy to grade and correct, this is fun for students and teachers!
This interactive lesson includes a worksheet and teacher directions. It is a fun activity that reinforces the rules of punctuation involving whether you should underline or use quotes for titles. Students must cut and paste different titles
This is a series of visually appealing word document pages. They can be used for a smart board presentation in which students will interact and then finally individually be challenged to work on their own. It can also be printed as a packet of
This is a series of slides that can be used simply as lesson plans and ideas for the teacher or as smart board slides for students. This gives ideas for three separate mini lessons involving basic practice with recognizing nouns.