My students are never so engaged as when they are asked to watch movie clips! In this activity they are asked to analyze different movie trailers for their theme. Movie trailers are the perfect tool for this, because they give a quick overview of a
Journal Entry Bingo gives students access to 25 choices of quick writing prompts. Students can write to get five in a row or play black out and try to write them all! If you play black out, that is five school weeks of daily writing prompts!
These book rating sheets are great for a quick student reflection or feedback on a book they have completed. I used these to help me figure out which books my students were responding to best.
These sheets are four to a page!
These task cards feature some commonly seen irregular verbs in their original form within a sentence. Students are tasked with putting the verb in the correct past tense for the sentence. There are 20 cards in this set.
These could be used for
A quick sampler of task cards to review some major skills. I am uploading the full sets, so be on the look out!
These task cards are great for individual or partner review, small group work, or scoot games!
These 48 apostrophe task cards include three different types of cards: 1. Identifying apostrophes as contractions or possessive 2. Editing sentences 3. Creating sentences given a words and apostrophe.
Task cards are amazing for early finishers,
I began to realize that many parents want to help their students prepare for STAAR, but they don't know how to study. I created this resource to study all of the little things that tend to get forgotten.
This has homophones, it's vs its, an vs a,
This movie trailer theme activity would be great to complete as a class, in small groups, or as individual activity for a technology station.
This activity includes a recording sheet and an example answer sheet for the teacher.
The students are
These task cards are great to review or practice identifying complete subject and complete predicate. These cards are split into three different activities. First students are tasked with identifying if the underlined word is the simple subject or
These task cards are great for stations, extra practice, or early finishers.
Students are asked to fill out a chart with the verb, comparative, and superlative. They are then tasked with creating three sentences for each card. They need to use each
Compound sentences have several components that students have to learn to keep track of. These cards will help them identify mistakes and create some compound sentences of their own in a fill in the blank format. It is great for guided practice,
These guide word clip cards check students ability to alphabetize words. Students are given the two guide words and asked which word would be between them on a dictionary page. I love clip cards because they are self checking! Just fold them in half