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    Listen Up | Yearn to Learn

  • Christelijk Opvoeden

    I Have Who Has maker. Plus zoom around the room category answering game. Basically call a category and if you can think of something in that cat. you can advance a step. For a class compete in pairs. First one to answer moves.

  • Keri Kelly

    i have who has card generator

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Sentence Maker is an exciting interactive game that helps your child rapidly learn to make and complete their own sentences all with just the touch of their finger. The interface is so easy to use that even a 9 month old baby will delight in moving their first words around the page

Generating Questions Lesson: Create anchor chart, discuss how asking questions while reading keeps us engaged in the story and betters our comprehension. Next, we take a quick picture walk through a big book story, give each child a large sticky note and tell them to write a question they had about the story based on the pictures. Encourage students to start with the phrase, “I wonder if…”

Speech Bubble Anchor Chart (Many books are written in speech bubbles now... maybe also add how speech bubbles can come in different shapes and sizes.)

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Nonfiction Conventions I have...Who Has? Game! (free download from TPT)

These fluency strips are intended for students who need a little extra practice reading certain types of words. Includes fluency strips for: • Contractions: will, is, not, are, did, have • Regular past tense verbs sorted by ending sound: /id/, /d/, & /t/ • Irregular past tense verbs with their present tense counterpart • Plural words with -es • Phrasal Verbs • Past Participles (have, has, had)

Here's a simple idea for using LEGO blocks to count. Students move around the board adding or subtracting blocks from their tower. At the end of the game, players count how many they have and the player with the most wins! (They can also compare towers by length.)