Simple, no frills worksheets that I have tested and have worked in the classroom! Student-led and driven activities that they will love to complete and share with the class. Many lesson plans and activities to come so please follow!
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Students each get a BINGO sheet and walk around the room asking each other the questions on the BINGO sheet. If their classmate says, "Yes," to the question, then they get to write their new friend's name on the line. Students can only write a
Students read a story individually or in groups. Once they have completed reading, they will work on the worksheet to write what happens in the beginning, middle, and end of the story. Students then write what they learned from reading the story.
Students use this story as a Madlibs to ask another student for the missing words without them seeing the text. The student fills in the missing words and then they each read it together. As they read, they circle or highlight the words containing
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Borrow some books and magazines on different animals from your school's library. Students look through a book or magazine that they choose and make a list of things that
Teach your students how to brainstorm and sort their ideas with this Bubble Tea Shop Brainstorm.
Provide an A3 brainstorm to groups of students and ask them what they already know about bubble tea shops and write words around different
Students read a book individually. They will choose four words that are difficult or new to them and write them with a pencil on the first line. Then, they will practice writing these words in the colors asked of them and the sentences from the