Practice correct comma placement in dates and series with a sorting activity.
Practice building sentences using has, have, do, and does with this Google Slides Interactive subject-verb agreement activity.
Practice using commas in dates and series with a whole-class SCOOT game!
Play a fun and exciting game that is great for students who are now learning how to identify action verbs.
Practice correct comma placement in dates and series with task cards
Encourage reading and spelling abbreviations skills with a lively classroom game of I Have, Who Has?
Teach your students how to write a good constructed response and integrate grade level Social studies concepts with a Mexican Cession-based Constructed Response worksheet and graphic organizer.
Engage and excite your learners with a lively Abbreviations Board Game designed to teach the most common abbreviations in the English language.
Build vocabulary and have fun with contraction word games!
Play an abbreviation matching game to enhance grammar and spelling skills in the classroom.
Reinforce the concept of contractions with eight worksheets designed for primary learners.
Write a LOVE acrostic poem for Valentine’s Day with this handy template.
Provide students with additional verb tense practice with worksheets focusing on changing verbs into past, present, and future tense.
Encourage students to add more descriptive language into their sentence writing with this activity.
Give your students some practice putting words in alphabetical order with a set of 20 task cards.
Play a game of Subject-Verb Stomp! to engage your learners and build better sentence-writing skills.
Provide students with additional subject-verb agreement practice with a worksheet focusing on using DO and DOES correctly.
Teach your students to omit boring, overused verbs from their writing with a classroom set of Vivid Verb Posters.
Practice correct comma placement in dates, series, and compound and complex sentences.
Play a contraction matching game to enhance grammar and spelling skills in the classroom.
Encourage growth in spelling and writing conventions with a board game to practice making contractions using apostrophes.
Encourage correct spelling and usage of contractions in your Language Arts lessons with an engaging I Have, Who Has? Card game.
Develop spelling and mathematics skills simultaneously with a differentiated spelling and money math center activity.
Develop student skills using the correct forms of past, present, and future tense verbs with this Google Slides Interactive activity.
Read, write, identify, and build all 40 Dolch pre-k sight words in an interactive Google Slides presentation.
Identify pictured nouns as a person, place, thing, or animal on this delightful board game adventure.
Trace 10 cringe-worthy jokes in cursive font and rewrite each joke independently in cursive on the lines.
Use this template to distinguish between fact and opinion when studying informational or biographical texts.
Create a pennant banner for students to record and display their biography research.
Get a sense of separating fact from opinion in texts with this graphic organizer.
Write a letter to Mr. Groundhog about the weather using this persuasive writing worksheet.
Help your students organize their thoughts about their biography subject.