Parts of Speech Games

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Free noun, verb, adjective, adverb, pronoun, preposition games.

Dr. Melanie Wilson
FREE Parts of Speech Tic Tac Toe game boards! Perfect for a literacy center.

Parts of Speech Tic Tac Toe FREEBIE

Parts of speech can be such a tricky skill for students. I am always looking for fun and engaging ways to practice. These tic tac toe game boards will have students coming up with words that match a certain part of speech. The games are perfect for language or reading centers. They are printer frie...

Free! He/She Basketball Pronoun Freebie!  32 cards and gameboard!

Basketball Pronoun Freebie!

This 8 page download is perfect for working on 'he' and 'she' pronouns with a basketball theme, just in time for March! Included in the download are: -Game instructions -CCS reference -"I will" learning goal -16 'he' target cards -16 'she' target cards -game board I would love to hear your feed...

File Folder Games  (earlylearning-eaton.blogspot.com)

More preschool file folder games

I prepared 2 more file folder games for Eaton. 1) "Where is the bunny?" That will be the last preposition activity I will show to Eaton as I think he understands how to use them. But to be sure I prepared the activity where Eaton needs to match sentences to pictures. I created that game from free website I mentioned in one of my previous posts. http://www.mes-english.com/flashcards/prepositions.php Please go to "handout" link where you can find the right size of pictures. Here is the link to…

Prepositions Board Game -Easy and Advanced Versions worksheet - Free ESL printable worksheets made by teachers

Prepositions Board Game -Easy and Advanced Versions

Pratice Prepositions with two different levels: Intermediate and Advanced. Just choose the one that fits your needs... (By the way, I uploaded this in a different website, but it's mine. Thanks to jecika´s nice template ) - ESL worksheets

Back to School Bingo---free printable  - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Back to School Bingo---free printable

I'm on vacation, and am full of little blogging ideas---geocaching adventures, new grandbaby pictures, the assault on education by the North Carolina General Assembly. I'm saving all of that for later. Instead, I'm thinking about all of my speech and special education buddies who are returning to work (without instructional money for the most part). Rather than spend your meager salaries on TPT materials, here's something for free. This bingo game is good for simple vocabulary, game playing…

Free Cowboy & Cowgirl Themed Prepositional Phrases Game - color and b option

Wise Owl Factory

Three Free Western Theme Printables---one western theme writing PDF, one cowboy prepositions for CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.1.1.I

Motor Skills Preposition Game with Free Printable from Totschooling  - repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our ped therapy, school & special ed pins

Motor Skills Preposition Game

Free Printable preposition game for toddlers and preschoolers to help develop gross motor skills, fine motor skills, vocabulary and visual discrimination.

Alphabetical Adjectives Connect the Dots - practice alphabetical order AND identifying adjectives with this fun, free download!

Alphabetical Adjectives Connect the Dots

I’m a writer. My son is not. But that hasn’t stopped me from trying to sharpen his language arts skills. This word nerd came up with a sneaky way to do it, too: connect the dots! To jog my son’s memory that adjectives are describing words, we read a Brian P. Cleary book. Hairy, Scary, Ordinary: What is an Adjective? is fun and engaging language arts literature at its best. The illustrations are clever and whimsical and the text is chock full of adjectives which are set off with color (the…

This PowerPoint presentation is to be used as a whole class game to review the concept of common nouns and proper nouns.The file is editable so t...

Noun Game

This PowerPoint presentation is to be used as a whole class game to review the concept of common nouns and proper nouns. The file is editable so that you can include nouns that are relevant to your students - add your name, your principal, your school, your city, your students' names. The game is ve...

Free! Space Theme Adjective & Adverb Sorting game!

Spaced Out Adjectives and Adverbs -- Freebie

Second Grade, Third Grade, freebie, Common Core, adjectives, adverbs, freebie

Deceptively educational blog...a mom makes all kinds of fun learning games to practice school skills. Her son doesn't even know he's learning! Awesome ideas for home (and classroom)

Word-Eating Whale [Nouns & Verbs]

Did you see? Stores are already putting school supplies out!! To keep my son from forgetting some of the valuable information he learned in first grade, I thought a recap of parts of speech was in order. My inspiration was the amazing recycled whale I saw on Growing Up Gardner. Once our empty gallon-sized plastic milk carton was rinsed out and dry, I outlined the mouth on the bottom of the carton and cut it out using a craft Exacto knife. Then I added the eyes and fins (oops, I forgot a…

Students use prompts on a board game to practice using adverbs of frequency and time expressions about daily activities.

How Often Game Board

Students use prompts on a board game to practice using adverbs of frequency and time expressions about daily activities.

adverb game

Miming Game - Adverbs

A game for students to understand the function of adverbs of manners. - ESL worksheets

"In the Manner of the Adverb" classroom vocabulary game

In the manner of the adverb

This is a great party game for older kids, teens, or adults. A game that makes grammar fun! :) (Well, this game really isn’t related to grammar much; more like a more fun version of charades.…

Adverb Sorting Activity (How, When, Where, Why?) - Tales From a Very Busy Teacher - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Adverb Sorting Activity (How, When, Where, Why?)

**Updated with new fonts and smaller boxes, April 2015** This game can be used at a center, to reteach, or to reinforce the concept of adverbs. Follow the directions on the teacher page for assembly. Make sure students follow the directions on the student page as well. There is an included sheet fo...