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FREE!! Parts of Speech Match Up. Adverbs, adjectives, nouns, verbs

This contains one match up game. It is dealing with 4 parts of speech; adverbs, verbs, adjectives, and nouns. They match the correct part of speech with the word. So a pencil goes with a paper.This also contains a recording sheet for answers, and

Duck! Rabbit! First Grade Opinion Writing

Duck! Rabbit! Opinion Writing

This pack is designed to go with the book Duck! by Amy Krouse Rostenthal & Tom Lichtenheld. Everyone has an opinion of what they see - so let's

This contains one match up game. It is dealing with 4 parts of speech; adverbs, verbs, adjectives, and nouns.  They match the correct part of speec...

This contains one match up game. It is dealing with 4 parts of speech; adverbs, verbs, adjectives, and nouns. They match the correct part of speec.

adverbs- mailbox and Elmer's glue idea.

adverbs- could make a poster and have students/groups add adverbs using post it notes

Duck! Rabbit! Opinion Writing and Class Graph for First Grade

Duck! Rabbit! Opinion Writing

This pack is designed to go with the book Duck! by Amy Krouse Rostenthal & Tom Lichtenheld. Everyone has an opinion of what they see - so let's

A fun, interactive way for students to find parts of speech in print! Each page covers a different part of speech: verbs, adverbs, adjectives, nouns, pronouns. Students can work independently or with a partner by cutting magazines or newspapers apart to find parts of speech and gluing them inside the letters of this printable.

Parts of Speech Fill Ins

A fun, interactive way for students to find parts of speech in print! Each page covers a different part of speech: verbs, adverbs, adjectives, noun. Encourage students to look through magazines and glue words of those parts of speech.

A simple worksheet that allows students to use adjectives to describe nouns. Students can, then, write sentences using the noun and the adjectives they have written.

A simple worksheet that allows students to use adjectives to describe nouns. Students can, then, write sentences using the noun and the adjectives they have written.

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