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I Have, Who Has-Compound Words and Pictures

I Have, Who Has-Compound Words

Can have different elements on the cards, they need to match the cards to create actual bonds.

Compound Word Card Game (free printable) from Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: Top 10 Favorite Language Arts Activities of 2012

Free compound words activity set on Teachers Pay Teachers - nice!  :O>

This fabulous FREEBIE features: - a simple Compound Word Addition word work worksheet - 15 compound word puzzles {laminate and cut out for durability, then

The Lesson Plan Diva: Freebie! Compound Words

We are still working on compound words! I made these cute ladybug centers for my kids to get more practice.

Runde's Room: Five For Friday - Test Prep and Angry Birds

Five For Friday - Test Prep and Angry Birds

Runde's Room: Five For Friday - Test Prep - colour coded reader response strategies, CRAFT instead of CAFE. I'll need to read later.

Idioms Giveaway, Close Reading Guide {half price!}, and a Freebie!

Discussion Stems for Close Reading ~ Let's Talk About Text! With all of the focus on Close Reading, students need a framework to help them Talk About Text. These stems are perfect for encouraging students to refer back to the text as they practice their

anchor chart for compound words- Michelle Oakes- Fabulous in First

Compound words anchor chart -- will be perfect for recording when kids find them in their reading!

Compound Words flip book - student made! Plus, this could be adapted for various grade level!

Materials: paper, word cards Create a shutter fold and cut slits to make 4 flaps on each side. Students will write and illustrate the words that they used to create their compound word. Then they will open both flaps and illustrate the compound word.

Antonyms, synonyms, & homonyms chart. Students come up with their own examples to help them learn the difference between the three.

Antonyms, synonyms, & homonyms chart the students could complete on an index card. The teacher can then ask if their card goes under antonyms, synonyms, or homonyms