This is a matching game that I use at centers to help kids practice matching text features. All you need to do is cut on the dotted lines, laminate and set at a center or use during Guided Reading to assess if students can identify certain text
Our district tests heavily on prefixes, suffixes, and affixes. I find most activites aren't geared towards the upper grades with more complex words for students in third, fourth, and fifth. I made this as a center for students to review. I simply
My school focuses on writing across the cirriculum and I try to get my kids to answer critical thinking/higher order thinking questions with most book that we read. These are skill based on Cause and Effect, Main Idea and Details and Story Elements.
I have created this rubric to fit the needs of a project I assign my gifted students. They are required to create a map after we have studied the state. This is the guide I use to grade their final project.
There are two activities included in this product. One is a basic vocabulary sort that you can cut apart and use in Guided Reading. I have also made copies for each student and have them sort the words into their academic notebook. The next activity
I created this game to allow my kids to partner teach each other when it came to prefixes and their meaning. You simply cut the horizontal lines to create a front and back card. Then you can easily play a shoulder partner game or something similar
This is a 17 question multiple choice test sample. It's a variety of questions that are very similar to FCAT type questions that are asked based on patterns. This is a great way to assess your students BEFORE and AFTER you teach to see what they