We're Going on a Word Hunt (fun hide and seek game!) for sight words/vocab words. To diferentiate for multiple students use colored post it notes (each child has their own color post it with words they are working on) Recording sheet has pictures
There are five good word games in here that could be used for any content vocbulary. My Favorite is number three, the dice vocbulary. This gameis good for students to be activley learning their new vocbulary.
Guided Reading Games and Activities for Comprehension
With prompting and support, identify characters, settings, and major events in a story. Using the dice to decide the open ended question will keep the students interested and thinking about the literature elements.
Action Sight Word Games for Boys Who Have to Move!
Awesome sight word games for boys who are always on the move! These action sight word games are just right for bodily-kinesthetic learners and boys who don't like to sit still. They can learn to read in a way that works best for them. Click the picture to
Two Truths and a Lie: Combining Like Terms (Math = Love)
A few weeks ago, I shared a free template I created for using 2 Truths and a Lie in class. Specifically, I shared examples of using the practice structure with a few vocab words: absolute value, oppos
Real or nonsense words or trash or treasure! You simply write letters on plastic cups (I, of course, used Red Solo Cups). I can easily switch any of the sounds out and my student can blend the new word. It works on real words and nonsense words
DIY your photo charms, compatible with Pandora bracelets. Make your gifts special. Make your life special! Check out our collection of brain teasers, like this rebus puzzle! These printable activities help students develop critical thinking skills.