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Bridge the gap for your ELL or language-delayed students by providing a picture and meaningful sentence to give these students the context they need to understand the words!  Great for SLPs to work on sentence formulation with curriculum-aligned materials

Sight Word Cards with Pictures: Dolch Pre-primer and Primer

Bridge the gap for your ELL or language-delayed students by providing a picture and meaningful sentence to give these students the context they need to understand the words! Great for SLPs to work on sentence formulation with curriculum-aligned materials

ELL students & students with low vocabularies benefit from seeing sight words in context:  with a picture and applicable sentence!  Other  grades of Dolch word list cards also available!

Sight Word Cards with Pictures: Dolch Third Grade

ELL students & students with low vocabularies benefit from seeing sight words in context: with a picture and applicable sentence! Other grades of Dolch word list cards also available!

Are your English Language Learners (ELL) or low vocabulary students struggling with learning Dolch sight words?  Check out this growing bundle of sight word cards with pictures!

Sight Word Cards wtih Pictures (DOLCH): Growing Bundle

Are your English Language Learners (ELL) or low vocabulary students struggling with learning Dolch sight words? Check out this growing bundle of sight word cards with pictures!

ELL students and students with language delays/low vocabularies benefit from learning sight words in context with a picture and relatable sentence!  Other grades available too.

Sight Word Cards with Pictures: Dolch First & Second Grade Lists

ELL students and students with language delays/low vocabularies benefit from learning sight words in context with a picture and relatable sentence! Other grades available too.

Are you looking for fun, themed lessons to target a variety of important language skills? Try these food themed inference task cards. Also included are materials to target pronouns, sentence production, oral language and following directions. Ideal for preschool and early elementary students.

Lunchroom themed Language Activities

Are you looking for fun, themed lessons to target a variety of important language skills? Try these food themed inference task cards. Also included are materials to target pronouns, sentence production, oral language and following directions. Ideal for preschool and early elementary students.

Two activities designed to teach students to recognize words that have the same meaning. Specific cards for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade.

Secret Agent - WORD MEANINGS - What Doesn't Belong Mission

Two sets of cards for teaching 36 pairs of common word association pairs. Also available in our Secret Agent growing bundle.

These Dictionary Detective task cards are a great way to give dictionary practice beyond just the basic skills. With these cards, your students will explore the dictionary to find a way to solve each task. They are also perfect for English language learners!

Dictionary Skills Task Cards

These Dictionary Detective task cards are a great way to give dictionary practice beyond just the basic skills. With these cards, your students will explore the dictionary to find a way to solve each task. They are also perfect for ESL!

New posting and half-price for 48 hours.These vocabulary/picture sorts provide lots of reading practice with picture support. Students cut, sort, and glue the cards into two different categories per page. It's a great way for students to begin the concept of compare/contrast as well as classification.Many of my English language learners are still learning these words, so I plan to use these pages as guided activities in small groups.

Vocabulary Sorts for English Language Learners

Vocabulary Sorts for English Language Learners: These vocabulary/picture sorts provide lots of reading practice with picture support. Students cut, sort, and glue the cards into two different categories per page.

OWL get to know you! {conversation starters} by Mia McDaniel | A sneaky and fun way to assess back to school speech and language skills (and to establish rapport with students:)

OWL get to know you! {conversation starters}

No Prep What's Different? Winter Themed for Speech and Language

Winter Themed for Speech and Language

Help your students understand elements of figurative language while tying in Valentine's Day! Each card features a short sentence asking students to identify the type of figurative language. Use these task cards during centers, SCOOT, as an assessment, be

Valentine's Day Figurative Language & ELA Activity Pack

Help your students understand elements of figurative language while tying in Valentine's Day! Each card features a short sentence asking students to identify the type of figurative language. Use these task cards during centers, SCOOT, as an assessment, be

Corkboard Connections: Is Your Classroom ELL-Friendly?

Is Your Classroom ELL-Friendly?

Is Your Classroom ELL-Friendly? Terrific strategies to ensure that your classroom supports English Language Learners.amazing reminders of what is TOP priority in my classroom!

Keep your students engaged in sight word work with this set that contains worksheets for 25 word searches. My Kinders LOVE to use highlighters, crayons, markers, bingo dotters, etc to find the words! We use these when we introduce the sight word and then it goes into centers. The word search center is a favorite in my classroom year after year!  Words included: I, a, the, like, see, can, and, to, go, in, my, is, it, we, you, at, me, am, do, so, he, on, an, up, no

Sight Words: Word Searches- 25 High Frequency Words

Keep your students engaged in sight word work with this set that contains worksheets for 25 word searches. My Kinders LOVE to use highlighters, crayons, markers, bingo dotters, etc to find the words! We use these when we introduce the sight word and then it goes into centers. The word search center is a favorite in my classroom year after year! Words included: I, a, the, like, see, can, and, to, go, in, my, is, it, we, you, at, me, am, do, so, he, on, an, up, no

If you are teaching English Language Learners, here are some tips and strategies that you can practice in the classroom to create a safe environment and support the students throughout their learning process.

This link has great tips for teaching English Language Learners. Along with tips it also has strategies that you can practice in the classroom to create a safe environment and support the students throughout their learning process.

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