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 assess
Use this infographic on your whiteboard or as a handy reference file on your tablet or class workstation. This infographic will help explain some of those tricky homophones... plus a little bit of valuable advice about not letting your pen work faster than your head. Also listed are some of those 'word words' that are useful to know when we are discussing our and other people's writing. #literacy #education #grammar
These handy no-prep practice sheets should help your students get extra practice on their grammar. This packet is made for second grade, but it is also suitable for advanced first graders or third graders who need extra help.
Here’s an easy way for students to practice their spelling words. Have them draw a big scribble on their page – remind them to leave big spaces in their scribble! Using coloured pencils, they can then fill the spaces with their words.
This would be a great poster to hang in a classroom as part of walls that teach! Prepositions are something that may be a little abstract for students to understand, but this is a great visual representation of what they are. This could work both on visual representation and skill within language arts. Students could then make up their own poster for another type of word, such as a verb.