A page that has 25 squares to cut up, with some of the diagraphs on them. There is also a "header" that I use to have them sort their words under. I have the kids sort them everyday and then they play a different game with them. Such as: slap jack,
This is an activity to help students under stand what a homograph is. There are 26 words and two sentences that go along with the word.
Print and cut and laminate the cards then have to students find both sentences to match the word.
This is a worksheet to help with the concept of adding -ing to words. The top half of the worksheet they have to drop the "e" and then add -ing. The bottom half they have to add the consonant then add -ing.
A page that has 25 squares to cut up, with the three letter blends on them. There is also a "header" that I use to have them sort their words under. I have the kids sort them everyday and then they play a different game with them. Such as: slap
This is a worksheet to help the students remember the abbreviations for a persons title, days of the week, and months of the year. The words are typed wrong and they have to write the correct way next to it on the line.
These are cards that the students read the sentence and decide what word it the correct word. I use them with any random game board. If they get the correct word they get to move.
When printing them print pages 1 and 3 on the same paper and 2
There are two different parts to this worksheet. The top half there are 10 questions. Each number has a word with a letter missing and on the right is the missing letter. The students draw a line to the missing word and then write it on the
Two pages. One page has the capital letters and the other page has the lower case letters. After printing them on the paper I wanted I laminated them. I then gave the students EXPO markers to circle the letters I asked them to find.
English Language Arts
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