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“Concentric Circles” is an engaging game you can play anytime students need a brain break, a bit of movement, a meaningful time-filler, or a quick academic assessment. This is a perfect activity to incorporate think-pair-share with movement for those kinesthetic learners! Circle up any time you want to review content, have students re-teach concepts to one another, move concepts from short-term memory to long-term memory, or summarize a reading assignment. FREE!
This set of games has 3 goals: 1) Students can practice sight word recognition. 2) During the game, students will have to read several sentences more than once, which increases fluency. AND 3) They can practice addition at the same time! This product has 15 pages of sight word sentences with 10 sentences per page. One set is in black
Sequencing can be a difficult skill for students to master. Use this sequencing sort skill center as a fun review for students. Includes 26 picture card sets and 4 blank sets. #TpT #TeacherGems #LanguageArts
Vocab on the Move...."during a unit review in reading we typically play this game. The students all have a sentence strip with a vocab word on it. They do not know what the word is though. They have to travel around the room to find a synonym, antonym, example, sentence, etc. The clues are used to determine the word on their heads."
If you want students to truly understand dichotomous keys, you should get them to make their own! This activity will get students to understand how a dichotomous is structured and how it functions. This gets to the heart of how to classify organisms and it will hone their observation skills.