Includes 24 task cards for which students must proofread sentences and then rewrite them correctly. Students can check their work by scanning the QR codes. This product addresses common spelling and grammatical mistakes, such as: capitalization, ending punctuation, commas, apostrophes, contractions, verb tenses, subject-verb agreement, dialogue, a vs.
Between Texting and other social media sites that limit characters, students are forgetting how to properly punctuate their longer writing pieces. "PUNCTUATION RULES! Task Cards & Activities," will enable Middle School and High School students to improve therir Language and Writing knowledge and skills.This 20-page packet includes~detailed Teacher Notes~Rules for End Mark Insight, Comma Sense, Colon/Semi-Colon Credibility,Quotation Mark Quality, and Grasping Apostrophes & Dashes. $
Would you like your students to have extra practice in action verbs? I love how task cards are just the right thing for independent practice in centers, small groups or playing scoot. newyearpegsStudents will read a short sentence and choose the word that is an adjective.
Get your primary students excited about opinion writing with "The Day the Crayons Quit" and this super cute crayon craftivity! Your kiddos are sure to be engaged as they complete this persuasive letter to their favorite color!
This inference game is a fun and engaging way to practice inferring and can be used with the included game-board or use the task cards included any way you wish. Perfect for literacy centers, small groups, whole group, or early finishers! Students will practice making inferences using these cards with self-checking QR codes.
Use these 32 apostrophe task cards to reinforce this important skill. Each card requires students to both write the word correctly (by adding the apostrophe), and to tell whether the word is a contraction or a possessive noun. $
Happy Punctuation Day! This product contains two half sheets of punctuation mark tic-tac-toe games. Each sheet has two games for a total of four different games. Students simply need to choose X or O and then put the correct punctuation mark (. ? !) at the end of each sentence. The first to three in a row wins!
Looking for an activity that is engaging and helps your students practice the difference between complete and incomplete sentences? The search stops here :) This FREE QR code activity makes practicing identifying complete vs. incomplete sentences a little less of a drag.