Each student comes up and picks a stick out of my hand; they have to place the word in the right cup. Then, after all sticks have been sorted, students can choose one stick from each cup and create a sentence using all three words. A great informal assessment! Words Sorting, Words Games, Cups, Language Art, Teaching Ideas, Sticks, Parts Of Speech, Sentences, Kid
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Great hands-on practice of making complete sentences in the #Spanish #imperfect #tense! Students create logical sentences from the subject, verb, verb ending, and sentence ending cards provided, one type of card per sentence. Excellent formative assessment!
This packet includes 5 different word sorts:1. Nouns and Verbs2. Proper Nouns and Common Nouns3. Adjectives and Adverbs4. Helping Verbs and...
Which Word is Which? is a homophone activity that meets the Common Core Standard in Vocabulary Acquisition. This activity allows students to demonstrate various multi-sensory skills to determine word meaning. Students use linguistic (word) intelligence as well as spatial (visual) intelligence to better understand the meaning of words. Interpersonal (people smart) skills may also be used if you choose to allow students to work with a partner to complete this activity.($.2.00)
Words Their Way Companion~ A Full Year of Lessons, Activities, and Assessments for within word learners. Word lists, letter tiles/making words lists, word& picture sorts, write the room activities, parent letters to send home, and "spelling tests". Everything you need for an entire year in one place! $ created by Nancy Taylor-Davis
This word family trees. It's a good way for students to use different words in their papers. Also, to get familiar with them. -Rachel Rooker