Parts of Speech posters in a tropical theme.Circles are included to print out (maybe laminate), so students can write examples they find while reading.
Pass out Conversation Hearts, so the students can create a bar graph. A great way to celebrate Valentines's Day and review at the same time.Then students can fill in their Bingo cards, and fill up their boards using their conversation hearts.
Students will be able to travel the world, and complete elapsed time word problems. Included are materials (word problems, maps, flags, pictures) that you can use to create posters or a center for each destination. Once the students solve the
A fun, interactive group activity where students practice parts of speech.
There are words and sentences already created for you, just print them on colored paper (yellow and white make it look like popcorn!)
Pick a game board and the
Students are assigned an idiom. They define the idiom and use it in a sentence. Students will also draw a picture illustrating the literal meaning and another illustration for the nonliteral meaning.Students can present their idiom to the class.
A fun and interactive way for students to make deeper connections with text. These questions cover a variety of topics. These questions include story elements, point of view, author's purpose, questioning, etc. There are 60 questions that work with
Students will show their knowledge of arrays by giving a monster eyeballs in an array. This is a fun Halloween activity or just a great review. There are 12 monsters to choose from, and 10 different eye styles.