Here is a fun way to practice pronouns with your students! This resource includes 2 sets of task cards using the pronouns he, she, it, we, us, you, they, them, her, him, and his. Task cards are a wonderful tool for independent practice, a game of SCOOT, Kagan activities, early finishers, centers, and even assessments. Another fun way to use these cards is to put them around the room, give them a clipboard, and have them “Work the Room” moving from card to card (in no particular order).
Students love these! Which just shows that teaching antonyms can be fun. This packet includes 3 different types of cards: I Have-Who Has, Task Cards, and Concentration Cards. You can use them with individual students, pairs of students, larger groups of students.
Spread a little holiday cheer with these task cards that are perfect for your first grade students! This activity includes 12 task cards with a sentence written on it. The sentence is missing the verb. Students will determine the verb by whether the noun being used is singular or plural. This is a wonderful activity for a literacy center. This is FREE!
This is a free sample of the Multiple Meaning Task Cards resource. Multiple Meaning Task Cards is a set of task cards covering and grade level material and includes 32 cards. This product contains the first 8 task cards, teacher