Use these 28 cards in a game of “I have, Who Has.” In this
activity, the student who has the first cards starts and says,
“I have the first card,” they then proceed to read the card,
Who has the beginning of the answer to, “What is your
Use these 32 task cards to help students practice the skill of restating the question. Each card features a question that can be easily answered with no background information.
These task cards can be used during independent practice, as an
This resource includes 10+ spelling activities to practice words ending in either -able or -ible. Such activities included a word search, unscramble letters, classifying the words based on patterns, synonym practice, handwriting, and sentence
A colorful resource for identifying and knowing the four types of sentences (declarative, imperative, interrogative, and exclamatory).
This flip book includes definitions and ways to remember each type of sentence as well as two examples for each
A 2 Page (30 Question) Assessment on Declarative, Imperative, Exclamatory, and Interrogative Sentences.
The Assessment Includes:
* Reading an individual sentences and identifying the sentence type.
* Reading a paragraph and identifying the
4 Posters for Declarative, Interrogative, Imperative, and Exclamatory Sentences. Each includes a simple definition and punctuation symbol that allows students to remember these terms.
My struggling readers have been able to use these posters for
Use these 40 task cards to identify sentences as Declarative (statement),
Interrogative (question), Exclamatory (excitement), and Imperative (command).
Knowing the types of sentences and their names helps students on district
How it works:
Students are given a random letter of the alphabet and 3 minutes to write a noun that fits each category.
The student with the most categories completed when time is done is the winner.
You can modify this game to