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Angry Verbs!-This is an interactive bulletin board I developed for my fourth grade classroom when working on irregular verbs. It was able to interest every student and truly improved EVERYONE'S verb use!! HOW TO PLAY- I made several "angry bird" cut outs with an irregular verb in the present tense and underneath it I wrote either: PRESENT, PAST, FUTURE. The students would then pick the corresponding block off of the board. If a pig was uncovered on all sides, the player got a bonus of 5…


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Angry Verb Birds was a super fun activity to review Present, Past, Future Tense Verbs, "be", and helping Verbs. The students chose their own verbs to write on each pig which coordinated with the various verb types. Clip art can be easily found online so that the students have a color sheet for each bird.


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Whack a Verb is a fun literacy station activity where students sort the word cards to determine which words are verbs. Includes: 24 word cards (12 verb, 12 not verb) 2 sorting work mats 1 recording sheet You could also play the game by placing a play hammer in the station. Students could "whack" the verb cards, then sort them onto the work mats.


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