An easier and harder hunt activity for teaching agreement between subjects and verbs. Covers using is/are/were/was and other common and less common subject verb combinations. Children have to choose the correct word from a pair to make the sentences grammatically correct.
A set of sentences that can be easily adapted to make a worksheet or can be used as a runaround game to teach how to use I or me correctly in a sentence. Could be used in a hall where children have to run to the correct side of the room or hoops to show I or me. Or answers can be removed and it can be used as an assessment worksheet. Can be easily extended by asking children to come up with their own similar sentences to show how I and me are used correctly.
A set of cards which can be used in lots of different ways. Can be cut up and made into cards to play snap. Can be made into a feely box game where children pick a card and write another homophone. Can be used as a game where children have to describe to each other what they word means and then their partner has to write the homophone etc.
A set of sentences which ca be used in different ways. Can be used as a spinner game, where different types of punctuation are put on the spinner and children have to keep spinning until they have punctuated the sentence correctly. Or can be used as a game where children have to complete the missing punctuation and then run/bounce back to the teacher with their answer.
A set of sentences with prefixes missing and a set of labels which can be used on a spinner, dice or adapted and put into a feely-box or hoops. children to pick a sentence and then try and match the correct prefix missing form the sentence to make the sentence make sense.
A powerpoint which focuses on using the common prefixes: re, mis, dis, un, im, in and anti. Starts by recapping what a prefix is. Includes slides where children are asked to choose a suitable prefix to make a new word and use dictionaries to look up what prefixes mean.
A set of sentences as a worksheet with missing hyphens. Can be used as a homework assessment or class GaPS lesson. Has an extension activity for compound adjectives and can be further extended by children thinking up other compound adjectives.