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Eer and Ear Word Work Phonics
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Eer and Ear Word Work Phonics

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This pack includes word work activities for the eer and ear patterns. It includes: -Eer and ear headers for sorting -36 cards for sorting -Along The Shore cloze spelling board game with 36 word cards -Roll-A-Word Board Game -Word Build Activity Board Game
OU and OW Word Work Phonics
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OU and OW Word Work Phonics

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A great resource for independent/partner work working on the tricky ou and ow patterns. Activities Included: Sort A Word: Read each word. Sort each word by the ow or ou patterns by placing them underneath the header cards. Roll A Word: Roll the die. Read the first word under the die number. Mark out the word once you read the word. Roll the die again. Read the next word under each die that is not marked out. When you have read all the words you win! Variation to Roll A Word: After you read the word. Sort the word by writing the word under the pattern headings of ow or ou. Word Build: Use the word build cards to build ou or ow words. Create combinations of phonemes to make words. Write down the words you make by sorting the words by the ow or ou pattern.
Ae and EA As Short E Word Work Phonics
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Ae and EA As Short E Word Work Phonics

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This pack includes word work activities for Ea As Short E As In Weather 1 and 2 Syllable Words patterns. It includes: -ea as short e in 1 syllable and 2 syllable word headers for sorting -36 cards for sorting -Weather Watchers Game spelling board game with 36 word cards -Roll-A-Word Board Game -Word Build Activity Board Game -Sorting sheet to sort words by ea as short e 1 syllable words and ea as short e 2 syllable words patterns
Aw and Au Word Work Phonics
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Aw and Au Word Work Phonics

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This pack includes word work activities for the au and aw patterns. It includes: -Au and Aw headers for sorting -36 cards for sorting -Paws and Claws At The Beach close spelling board game with 36 word cards -Roll-A-Word Board Game
OO and O Word Work Phonics Activities
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OO and O Word Work Phonics Activities

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This pack includes word work activities for /oo/ and /o/ patterns. It includes: —/oo/ and /o/t headers for sorting -36 cards for sorting -Around The School Game spelling board game with 36 word cards -Roll-A-Word Board Game -Word Build Activity Board Game -Sorting sheet to sort words by /oo/ and /o/ patterns
Air and Are as in Air Word Work Activities
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Air and Are as in Air Word Work Activities

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This pack includes word work activities for the air and are patterns. It includes: -Air and are headers for sorting -36 cards for sorting -Up In The Air are and air cloze spelling board game with 36 word cards -Roll-A-Word Board Game -Word Build Activity Board Game
-Tion and -Ture Word Work Phonics
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-Tion and -Ture Word Work Phonics

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This pack includes word work activities for -tion and -ture patterns. It includes: —tion and -ture headers for sorting -36 cards for sorting -Word Work Construction spelling board game with 36 word cards -Roll-A-Word Board Game -Word Build Activity Board Game -Sorting sheet to sort words by -tion and -ture patterns
Adding Ing to Short and Long Vowels
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Adding Ing to Short and Long Vowels

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This pack includes word work activities for adding -ing to short and long vowel words (including doubling consonant to add -ing) It includes: –short vowel, long vowel, short vowel double consonant and add -ing, and long vowel add -ing headers for sorting -36 cards for sorting -Hopping, Jumping, and Running spelling board game with 36 word cards -Roll-A-Word Board Game -Word Build Activity Board Game -Sorting sheet to sort words by short vowel, long vowel, add -ing, and double consonant to add -ing patterns -Sorting sheet to sort words by short vowel, long vowel, add -ing, and double consonant to add -ing patterns
Consonant -Le Word Work Phonics
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Consonant -Le Word Work Phonics

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This pack includes activities for by magic e –le (long vowel), double consonant (short vowel) –le, and consonant before and/or vowel team –le patterns. The activities included are: -Sorting Activity with 36 sorting cards and 3 headers for the by magic e –le (long vowel), double consonant (short vowel) –le, and consonant before and/or vowel team –le patterns. -Under The Big Top cloze spelling board game with 36 cloze spelling cards -Roll A Word -Build A Word -Sorting Paper for by magic e –le (long vowel), double consonant (short vowel) –le, and consonant before and/or vowel team –le patterns.
R Controlled -Ore, -Oor, and -Our Word Work Activities
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R Controlled -Ore, -Oor, and -Our Word Work Activities

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This pack includes word work activities for the ore, oor, and our patterns. It includes: -Ore, oor, and our headers for sorting -36 cards for sorting -Along The Shore cloze spelling board game with 36 word cards -Roll-A-Word Board Game -Word Build Activity Board Game
Gh and Ph Word Work Phonics
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Gh and Ph Word Work Phonics

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This pack includes word work activities for making plural words by using the silent -gh, -gh with /g/ sound, and -ph with /f/ sound patterns. It includes: –silent -gh, -gh with /g/ sound, and -ph with /f/ sound headers for sorting -36 cards for sorting -Animal Safari with 36 cloze spelling word cards -Roll-A-Word Board Game -Word Build Activity Board Game -Sorting sheet to sort words by the silent -gh, -gh with /g/ sound, and -ph with /f/ sound patterns
Positive and Negative Connotation Task Cards (with context clues)
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Positive and Negative Connotation Task Cards (with context clues)

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Do your students struggle with shades of meaning and distinguishing between positive, negative, and neutral connotations of words? The task cards in this activity gives students the neutral, positive, and negative connotation of a word. Students sort the words by the type of connotation, and then they use context clues to determine which positive or negative connotation of the word to use. This activity set includes 12 connotation task cards (black and white and color version) and recording sheets, Also, there are blank copies of the activities to create your own activities, as well as, answer sheets for the activities. Students can also use the blank versions to create their own activities and writing.
EE and EA Word Work Phonics
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EE and EA Word Work Phonics

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This pack includes word work activities for the ee and ea vowel team patterns. It includes: –Ee and ea headers for sorting -36 cards for sorting -Ee and Ea spelling board game with 36 word cards -Roll-A-Word Board Game -Word Build Activity Board Game -Sorting sheet to sort words by ee and ea patterns
Vowel Team Bundle
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Vowel Team Bundle

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This bundle includes 15 word work activity sets to work on vowel teams. ae and ea air and are aw and au ee and ea ai, ay, oa, and ow magic e long vowels oi and oy oo and o words ou and ow words Ew, ue, and oo add -ing to words add -ed to short, long, and vowel team words add -s, -es, and -ies to make works plural 3 sounds of ed
Classroom Reward Coupons
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Classroom Reward Coupons

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Are you tired of hearing whining when students are fighting over something in the prize box, dragging the prize box out, or buying items for your prize box? If so, these are the classroom coupons for you. These cute classroom rewards coupons allows you to differentiate student rewards by empowering students to have the power of choice for something for themselves, a job to help the class or school, and a reward for the class. By having a variety of reward coupons all children can be empowered by allowing them to choose their reward for positive behavior choices. I recommend choosing which coupons you wish to use in your classroom, print them out, and put them in a tackle box or some organized storage that is easy for students to see their coupon choices and easy for you to keep up with the coupon box. Each coupon comes as 9 of the same coupon per page. The 80 classroom reward coupons included are: Seat Swap Lunch With Teacher Lunch Date With A Friend Gum Pass Line Jumper Line Leader Caboose Pass Job Swap Phone Call Furry Friend Bare Footin’ PJ Day (wear pajamas to school) Floor Pass (work in floor all day) Teacher’s Desk (use the teacher’s desk to work) Door Holder Class Reader (read out loud the read aloud) Read Aloud (choose read aloud) Show & Tell Spotlight (share a talent with the class) Teacher’s Chair (can use the teacher’s chair) Computer Time IPAD Time Seat Swap Class Treat Special Pen Class Messenger Homework Pass Spelling Choice (choose spelling homework) Clipboard Pass (can use a clipboard all day) I-Music (choose music for the class) Person Picker (you choose who the teacher calls on when students raise their hands to answer a question or line up, etc.) Special Pencil Brain Break Teacher’s Assistant Smartboard Helper Weather Watcher Light Keeper Pencil Sharpener Paper Passer Classroom Librarian Calendar Helper Pillow Pet (bring a pillow from home and use for the day) Dance, Dance Indoor Recess (pick indoor recess for day) Front & Center (you can be in the front for everything all day) Read Anywhere Seat Swap Research Guru Eat Outside Lunch Bunch Teach The Class White Board (use a white board, dry erase board for all of your work all day) Center Choice Doodle Doodle Special Sticker Prize Box Clean My Desk (teacher cleans out desk for you) 5 Minute Chill (have a 5 minute break to relax) Community First (your community or group of desks goes first to line up, get supplies, etc.) Community Last (your community or group of desks goes last) Cool Shades Hat Pass Center Conductor Time Keeper Board Game Class President Classroom Photographer Classroom Recorder Special Snack Work Buddy Be The Teacher Chair Stacker Classroom Cleaner Lunch Helper Tech Guru Assistant Janitor (help school janitor) Reading Peer (partner read with another child in the school) Cubby Monitor Litter Patrol Library Assistant (help the librarian in the school library)
Measure To Compare Inches and Centimeters
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Measure To Compare Inches and Centimeters

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Comparing Centimeter and Inch Measurements: Key Topic is that an inch unit is longer than a centimeter unit which is why you have two different measurements when measuring in inches and centimeters. Measure To Compare is a common core measurement activity in which students measure 2 objects on task cards and find the differences; create a graph based on their data of the measurements; and then use task cards to measure and evaluate whether measurements are correct, who has the accurate measurement (or of they are the same) when one person measured in inches and one measured in centimeters, and explain why. Activity 1: Students measure the width or height of the two objects on the card and find the difference in the two lengths or widths. Has 24 task cards to use. Activity 2: Students use their data and create a graph of the measurements that they discovered. Students will graph the measurements (2 for each card, not the differences) Activity 3: Students use the difference measurement cards to play the board game. Everyone draws a card and measures. Whoever has the largest difference wins and gets to move however many spots their objects difference is (for example, if the difference is 3, then they move 3 spaces). Activity 4: Students measure the picture in inches and centimeters. They then read the written information on the recording sheet to determine which persons measurement is correct, or if the measurements in inches and centimeters are the same. Includes 24 task cards, recording sheet with lines, and a recording sheet without lines.
Comparing Measurements: A Centimeters and Inches Measurement Unit
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Comparing Measurements: A Centimeters and Inches Measurement Unit

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Students often have a hard time distinguishing between inches and centimeters, especially when comparing the two measurements. This Measurement unit has 6 lessons/activities where students measure objects in centimeters and inches, find the differences in their measurements, and comparing measuring in centimeters and inches by answering why you get two different measurements when you measure in inches and centimeters. Here are the activities listed below. There are two sets of activities with and without a blue striped background. Measure It!- In this activity, students are given a crayon, pencil, paper clip, and glue stick and other objects around the room. Students measure each object in inches and/or centimeters, and complete three tasks measuring and writing about why you get two different measurements when you measure in centimeters and inches. Body Measurements: In this two task activity, students measure the lengths of body parts to compare inches to centimeters and then compare their body measurements to other student’s measurements. Find A Measurement: In this set of activities, students go around the room finding measurements that are an allotted amount longer or shorter than an object. Greatest Pencil Challenge: In this activity, students are placed into small groups where they compare the lengths of their pencils in small groups to determine whose pencil is the longest by comparing pencil measurements. Next, the students with the longest pencil from each small group will compare their pencils to see who has the longest pencil. The class completes a bar graph, pictograph, or line plot using all the lengths of the pencils used in the great pencil challenge. Cotton Ball Slingshot: In this activity, students work with partners to compare measurements in the cotton slingshot challenge. Each partner uses a spoon to flip one cotton ball each, and partners compare the length of their slingshot challenge measurements. Who’s Right: In this activity, students measure the object in inches and centimeters. Then students read the word problem and determine whether one character, both characters, or neither character is correct in measuring each object in either centimeters or inches.
Comparing Inches and Centimeters Bundle
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Comparing Inches and Centimeters Bundle

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Comparing Measurements: Inches and Centimeters Lesson Plan This bundle includes 2 different measurement sets. It begins with 6 hands on measurment activities where students measure in centimeters and inches, compare lengths of measurements, compare why you get different measurements in inches and centimeters, and explore analyzing measurements. It also includes task cards and centers for students to practice the skills independently. Here is the information from my two bundles: Measure To Compare is a common core measurement activity in which students measure 2 objects on task cards and find the differences; create a graph based on their data of the measurements; and then use task cards to measure and evaluate whether measurements are correct, who has the accurate measurement (or of they are the same) when one person measured in inches and one measured in centimeters, and explain why. Activity 1: Students measure the width or height of the two objects on the card and find the difference in the two lengths or widths. Has 24 task cards to use. Activity 2: Students use their data and create a graph of the measurements that they discovered. Students will graph the measurements (2 for each card, not the differences) Activity 3: Students use the difference measurement cards to play the board game. Everyone draws a card and measures. Whoever has the largest difference wins and gets to move however many spots their objects difference is (for example, if the difference is 3, then they move 3 spaces). Activity 4: Students measure the picture in inches and centimeters. They then read the written information on the recording sheet to determine which persons measurement is correct, or if the measurements in inches and centimeters are the same. Includes 24 task cards, recording sheet with lines, and a recording sheet without lines. Students often have a hard time distinguishing between inches and centimeters, especially when comparing the two measurements. This Measurement unit has 6 lessons/activities where students measure objects in centimeters and inches, find the differences in their measurements, and comparing measuring in centimeters and inches by answering why you get two different measurements when you measure in inches and centimeters. Here are the activities listed below. There are two sets of activities with and without a blue striped background. Measure It!- In this activity, students are given a crayon, pencil, paper clip, and glue stick and other objects around the room. Students measure each object in inches and/or centimeters, and complete three tasks measuring and writing about why you get two different measurements when you measure in centimeters and inches. Body Measurements: In this two task activity, students measure the lengths of body parts to compare inches to centimeters and then compare their body measurements to other student’s measurements. Find A Measurement: In this set of activities, students go around the room finding measurements that are an allotted amount longer or shorter than an object. Greatest Pencil Challenge: In this activity, students are placed into small groups where they compare the lengths of their pencils in small groups to determine whose pencil is the longest by comparing pencil measurements. Next, the students with the longest pencil from each small group will compare their pencils to see who has the longest pencil. The class completes a bar graph, pictograph, or line plot using all the lengths of the pencils used in the great pencil challenge. Cotton Ball Slingshot: In this activity, students work with partners to compare measurements in the cotton slingshot challenge. Each partner uses a spoon to flip one cotton ball each, and partners compare the length of their slingshot challenge measurements. Who’s Right: In this activity, students measure the object in inches and centimeters. Then students read the word problem and determine whether one character, both characters, or neither character is correct in measuring each object in either centimeters or inches.
Baking Up Multisyllable Words
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Baking Up Multisyllable Words

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Have you ever been working with students who are starting to be great readers, but struggle with multi-syllable words. If so, here are 56 pages of segmentation (chunking), manipulation, and blending activities to help your students learn how to read. With these activities students use the baking analogy (words are made of syllables (chunks) - or ingredients - that are put together to “bake” words) Activities Include: •Counting Syllables Word Cards Using Two, Three, and Four Syllable Words (boxes to put counters in for each syllable in a word) •Syllable Bakeoff – Students draw three syllable cookie cards (one of each cookie type) and create multisyllabic words. Students can use the graphic organizers to record whether the words are real or nonsense words. There are two variations on how to play. •3 Board Games and Cards to play sorting, blending, and segmenting syllable activities. These activities include 4 different activities that can be played with the games (from syllable sorts, to blending syllables from words to create new multisyllabic words). •Syllable Word Drills (using the 175 most used syllables in English Language)
Beach Break Multi-syllable words
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Beach Break Multi-syllable words

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Fun beach themed multi-syllable activities based on the 175 most used syllables in the English language. Activities include: -A Mini-Unit on Syllable Types -Syllable Type Sort: Activity where students sort the 72 most used syllables in the English Language by their syllable type. -Beach Break Nonsense Multi-Syllable Game: Activity includes 36 multi-syllable word cards made up from the list of the 175 most used syllables in the English language that students can read. -Beach Break Multi-Syllable Board Game with game cards where students draw cards to create multi-syllable words and sort words by real or non-sense categories. -Beach Ball Roll-A-Syllable Activity - Students roll a dice three times and chose a syllable from each dice category to create a real or non-sense multi-syllable word.