Punctuation Mark Tic-Tac-Toe
Happy Punctuation Day! This product contains two half sheets of punctuation mark tic-tac-toe games. Each sheet has two games for a total of four different games. Students simply need to choose X or O and then put the correct punctuation mark (. ? !) at the end of each sentence. The first to three in a row wins!
Smitten with First -
May?? already?? Seriously, where did April go?!? It seems so crazy that we only have 26 days left. Not that I am counting down or anything! So, this week has been nothing short of busy. Here’s a peek of what we’ve been up to! We have been working hard on suffixes the past few weeks. …
Contractions (not just for early elementary!) Two FREE games!
This blog post features a contraction anchor chart. Plus, two free concentration games are provided... one contraction game for lower elementary and one for upper elementary!
Missing Punctuation Board Game [printable]
It's not exactly a secret; the English language is confusing. If I'm saying this after spending the last 12 years writing professionally, I can only imagine what it's like for a second grader! To help my son understand what punctuation to use when, I grabbed an amazing book and created a fun board game for us to play and practice. Before we got our game faces on, we read Elsa Knight Bruno's book Punctuation Celebration. This book is to kids what the AP style guide is to grown-up journalists…
Reindeer Games - Cara Carroll
For those of y’all that have 2 days left until Winter Break, can I get at “Woot! Woot!”?!?!? As my dear friend, Abby, would say, “PTL!!!!!!!” This week has been crazy insane…and the scary thing is that I know I’m not alone!!! Between gift making, gift wrapping, station work, and catching up, my classroom looks …
Did you know that Monday, September 24th, is National Punctuation Mark Day? I made a game called, Name that Punctuation Mark, that you can play with your class. You give your students clues and they guess which punctuation mark is needed. There are also punctuation mark signs you can show your students. You can download this game for free by clicking HERE. I am joining Lori @ Teaching with Love and Laughter's linky party. Click on the picture below to find some new grammar lessons, tips, and…
Contractions Bingo Game Freebie!
A menu of items, tips, ideas, activities, and support where Teacher's "Take-Out" educational materials to use in their classrooms. Serving classrooms K-5th Grade.
Play Punctuation Red Light, Green Light | Activity | Education.com
With nothing more than a flat open space and some lively kids, you can reinforce key concepts of punctuation while having lots of healthy laughs.