Students can apply their understanding of subject pronoun and verb agreement by completing this worksheet/quiz as an assessment.
Fill in the present tense verb to agree with the subject pronoun. (add "s" or leave verb as it is)
Have students write in the past tense irregular verb on their answer sheet. The irregular verbs they will be using are: did, ran, went, gave, sang, hid, saw, told, came, sat, and said.
There are 20 scoot cards as well as an answer recording
Children will scoot around the room matching a word to another word with the same root word. ~They should know that root words can have a prefix or suffix added to them. They should also know that sometimes the root word changes due to the suffix
This is 16 problems of 3 digit subtraction regrouping the ones OR the tens. The last 2 problems are bonus problems (one is renaming the ones and the tens, and the other is subtracting from a problem where the ones and the tens are a "zero" and you
This is a fun way for you kiddos to apply their understanding of Pronoun/Verb Agreement while getting up and moving around. There are 16 scoot cards.
Students will need to write in the correct present tense form of the verb to agree with the
Print the cards and cut out. First, lay them out and have students find the 2 cards with the same root word and state what the root word is. Remind students that when adding a suffix, sometimes the root word looks different
This is 16 problems of 3 digit addition regrouping the ones OR the tens. This is great practice for children to write down their problems in their work space (recording sheet) and make sure the ones, tens, and hundreds are lined up nice and
This is 16 problems of 2 digit subtraction regrouping the tens. This is great practice for children to write down their problems in their work space (recording sheet) and make sure the 1s and 10s are lined up nice and straight. Scoots are such a
This is a great way for students to have fun and apply their knowledge with 2 digit addition using regrouping. It is also good practice as they rewrite the problem down on their recording sheet making sure they are lining up the addends in the ones
This is a fun scoot for students to apply their understanding of adjectives. There are 16 cards and students will need to find the adjective as well as the noun it is describing.
Students should know an adjective describes a noun. It asks: What
This is a great center activity or assessment. Students will "scoot" around the room finding the 16 fraction cards. They will write the fraction they see on their recording sheet. I have provided 2 answer keys. One with the fraction they see.
Have students first match the words to the correct contraction with all the cards face up. Once they can do this, turn the cards over and make it a little more difficult. There are 20 matches in all. You may want to use only 10-15 matches at a