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Punctuation scavenger hunt. Great for a work station.

Punctuation Scavenger Hunt - look in books and tally the number of times each punct mark was used. Bump it up and have kids copy down the sentence and bring to group and share. Read aloud for oral fluency and discuss how punctuation affects how the senten

Thirsty Firsties

CAPITAL LETTERS (WORD LEVEL) (W) Goldberg Goldberg Goldberg Goldberg Goldberg Goldberg Goldberg Goldberg Kapovich capitalizing, not sure how you do capitalizing with your first graders but I saw this and had to share!

Super Sentences

Complete/Incomplete Sentence sort - could be good at any grade. Also could display their own sentences and have them add to the chart. // use as prompts to extend a sentence

http://thirdgradebookworm.blogspot.com/2013/01/adjective-antics-games-freebie-and.html

The Sing-A-Long Adjective Song!

A jar is filled with simple, kid-friendly questions that turn journaling sessions into FUN!

Journal Jar

Journal Jar for kids Provides free printable journal prompts and graphics that also makes a great gift! Wonderful for journaling and creative writing. So want to do this with the kids.

Grammar activity after reading "How The Grinch Stole Christmas". I just think this would be a great activity for any book... to work in small groups. (Image only!)

Grammar activity after reading "How The Grinch Stole Christmas". I just think this would be a great activity for any book. to work in small groups. Pin doesn't lead anywhere but the picture gives you the idea.

This is from a college professor who is combatting punctuation "myths" kids pick up in school. It's a nice article. I like the how the "commas go where you breath" myth is debunked. I like the witty comeback. I think I'll start using it.

This is from a college professor who is combating punctuation "myths" kids pick up in school. It's a nice article. I like the how the "commas go where you breath" myth is debunked. Better to start teaching my kids the right way from the beginning.

Notice how the "ed" are old people because--it happened in the past  and the "ing" are first graders because--it is happening now!!

Cute idea for teaching word endings- Notice how the "ed" are old people because--it happened in the past and the "ing" are first graders because--it is happening now!

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