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Make sentences without the punctuation marks and kids have to decide whether it needs a question mark or period.

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Here is a simple foldable, that students can make, to demonstrate compound words. You can also use this same foldable to show contractions. All you need is A4 paper, scissors, and pencils.

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Adverbs (Saddle up for Second Grade)

Hey Ya'll! Sorry the absence lately. Last week was a rough one personally so I took a few days off from...

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I made this for my guided reading group discussions. The kiddies love it:) Melissa can't take credit for this I however love it and it is a neat way to get the brain working :)

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Magic Editing Pencil {Free} --- Let the magic editing pencil do the reminding! You'll see students' work once they have made sure of the following: - write on the line - used a capital letter - used finger spaces - used a full stop or punctuation mark - read over their work There are 2 versions. First version is for kinder and the second is for years 1-2. The difference is in the use of punctuation marks at the end of their writin#reachingteachers

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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.

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