It's not always about having bigger numbers - I usually try to provide more challenging ideas or questions but for this one, it's just about bigger numbers because that really does make it a lot more challenging for them to answer the questions adding them ALL up, subtracting one from another to determine how many more.
Tell students that they will each get one glove and that once they have it on, you will come to their desk with the bag. Then other passages will focus on any word with the SH sound like this: I've taught with and without dictionaries and I have to say that having it leaves the kids less stressed about spelling.
They are practicing the exact same concept but at their level. Like I said, there are 3 of the tests so you could easy do pre- mid- and post- assessments. You didn't leave your email so please comment here and leave it so you can pick out your prize!!
You can also have it be a partner game. If you want them to also analyze the data, give them the level B worksheet for on level practice or the level C worksheet for students who need a challenge.
Do it a couple times with different amounts until every kid at your small groups table has had a chance to practice.
Tuesday Make a book! It's also a quick way to make an example book. We do this a lot as a class before.
I have the menus hanging on a bulletin board where my writing center table and supplies are. At the end of each day, I just flip the page to show the next day of the week and I am ready to go! A lot of my activities have pictures but I think it's important to wean them off of the picture support as the week or however long you teach each digraph progresses.
So easy to print and assemble! Download a free template from Fourth Grade Lemonade. Punctuation badges shown above: Monday Write a friendly letter!This activity will help students recognize distinguishing features of a sentence.
Sentence Structure cut paste write First Grade.
Name: _____ A frog sits on the log. on frog A sits log. the Read each sentence. Cut out the words and glue the sentence together in order. Write the sentence. Improve your language arts knowledge with free questions in "Put the sentences in order" and thousands of other language arts skills.
Free story structure worksheets to help your students learn to identify narrative structure – (rising action, climax, falling action).
Story Structure Worksheet 1 – “The Breakaway” – Read this motivational story about an athlete who sustains an injury and has to find another way to succeed, and then analyze and identify structural elements of the story.
Form a sentence: Forming Sentences Sentence Structure. Grammar Games.
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