Activities for children
Activities for students
Adjective anchor chart
Learning To Write
Paint chip contractions- what a great idea! I'm always looking for fun things to do with free paint chips, and the automatic color-coding must dramatically aid in memorization.
Have each student write an adjective on each classmate's work. This is a really sweet way to work on adjectives AND increase students' self-image and confidence.
Adjective Anchor Chart
Parts Of Speech
Five senses unit language tie in. Love this adjective anchor chart!- could make this- THEN play "silent ball" having them come up with color adjectives, smell adjectives, etc.
Time for Play: Fluffy Stuff (Shaving Cream & Cornstarch - for sensory table)
This is a fun spelling game! Students use the first word on their spelling list and roll the die. They complete the task for the number they roll.make it more challenging for and could also uses vocabulary words-love the idea
from Teachers Pay Teachers
Jolly Phonics Activities
Primary School Displays
ELA EPA // letter of the day display // Jolly Phonics interactive display Roll and write letter Write in the sand Write on the whiteboard Sort the sound
Parts Of Speech
"First Grade Lyon's Den: Awesome Adjectives About Me" Really cute adjective exercise.
Types of Conjunctions
An introduction of the three types of conjunctions in English.
Activities For Children
Play At Home Mom LLC: Squishy Bag - A tactile/multisensory approach to pre-writing and writing skills (requires gallon ziploc, hair gel, food coloring, & glitter)