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  • Rebecca Black

    paint color strips to teach contractions

  • Caitlin Diel

    paint samples for teaching contractions: clever idea, and those paint strips are free! i always love looking at the colors, now i can look at them AND help kids learn with them!

  • Jessica Lauren

    Language Arts Paint Chip Contractions   Here’s a colorful way for students to practice forming contractions! Make a chart containing words that make up contractions and place it at a center. Also provide a variety of four-color paint chips, paper, and pens. A child selects a paint chip and writes in the first two boxes two words from the chart that, when combined, form a contraction as shown. Next, he writes the new ending (including the apostrophe) in the fourth box. He accordion-folds the last two squares so that the ending replaces the second word to form the contraction. He repeats the process twice and then uses each contraction in a sentence.

  • Christine Carroll

    paint chips to teach contractions Who knew you could do so much with paint strips.

  • Sheldon Church

    paint chip contractions ~ maybe I will teach contractions again with these!!

  • Amy Senger

    paint chips contractions - amazing !...I have spent enough at Lowe's/Home Depot to take some free paint swatches I would say...

  • Priscilla Fragar

    Teaching contractions. Looks like paint cards from the hardware store!

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Great ideas and the kids feel so smart and clever when they do these paper folding projects.

The kids got masks & surgical gloves and then went to town with their scalpels {scissors} cutting apart words and then bandaging new words {contractions} together. I put them in small ‘surgical teams’ and each doctor got to perform surgery while the other team members assisted in surgery if the doc needed help. I took all the bandaged words and then made a little anchor chart{ish} to remind the kids what we learned.

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Love this idea too! Simply label large legos with the parts of contractions and then label others with the actual contraction. Mix them all up and have students put them all together, matching the parts with their contraction.

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love this!! fine motor skill and sentence building

This site has a bunch of great reading activities! I love the paint chip contractions!

Daily 5 AND CAFE BB combined. Also,t his site has "pirate" themed printables!