This is a memory card game for synonyms in Spanish .
Has 25 pairs, each card has a picture and a word the match will be the synonym with the same picture.
The last page is label you can print in the back of the card.
Used mainly for centers.
Bilingual English - Spanish activity.
I use construction paper and they work on one side in English and on the other in Spanish finding the homographs and writing the word in the line for it. You can also print and laminate to make a center to match
20 Inference task cards with short stories and thinking question to find out inferences on the stories.
Includes answer register sheet, poster of inference and a practice to do together with teacher.
Have fun inferencing
This power point presentation is interactive. You can use it when introducing or reviewing what drawing conclusions is . It has a reading example about mother whales. My Kids had seen it a few times and always like to participate.
Language Arts Synonyms or Antonyms Sort in Spanish.
Cut out the cards and students get to sort out if the pair of words are synonyms or antonyms and arrange under Synonyms or Antonyms card. (14 cards for each)
This is a practice for writing. I do it when introducing what a personal narrative is. It is a bit long for second graders, but students in higher lever find it fine. For third graders it is good.
There is a reading and then questions about the
Spanish noun sort. poster included
4 different sorting activities included
( person - place - thing )
( noun - not noun )
( plural - singular )
( proper - common )
THese are cut and paste activities, but I have printed the mat pages (where they
20 pairs of cards with pictures to find facts and opinions. When they finish playing students sort in the tables which of their cards are facts and which are opinions. All in Spanish. Laminate for durability.
Presentation on types of sentences in Spanish. Interactive for students.
Students have to correct a Paragraph and at the end you can find activities (worksheets) to work on paper.
My students love the Space theme.
This activity is for students to think of a character and then ask their partner questions so they draw conclusions and figure out who he or she is. There are two sheets included. In the first questions are made, in the second they have to create
Poster of multiplication strategies, arrays, skip counting, number line jumping, repeated addition equal sized groups and Area Model. Also a foldable to complete when reviewing each strategy (could be on interactive journal or as stations activity).
This activity is for counting coins. Coin recognition. It works on clicks and that moves the coins to count them from larger to smaller. In the end it has 2 worksheets that can be printed to work after the mini lesson.
This is a sheet to print both sides so students can write their story analysis in Spanish. You can find different backgrounds but it is the same activity.
You can use it with any story the students read!