Use this cute owl-themed anchor chart poster to remind students what an adjective is. Encourage them to use plenty of descriptive words in their writing.
Practice a variety of standards with this quick, easy and fun February emergent reader flip booklet. There are 4 pages on one template for quick printing.
These 18 groundhog-themed cards are a fun way to review some groundhog information, as well as rules for appropriate grammar. Read the cards together as a whole group. Choose a student to come up and circle letters that should be capitalized and then add end punctuation.
Make practicing the use of adjectives more fun, with these simple creative writing worksheets, perfect for younger students.
Review parts of speech with these adorable gingerbread anchor chart posters. The posters include one for nouns, verbs, adjectives, pronouns and adverbs.
For a fun language arts activity for Halloween, have your students become the teacher. Pass out the ghostly paper(s). Set a timer. How many boo boos can they find before the timer rings?
This cute little booklet covers all sorts of standards. Students read the simple sentences; correct the capitalization and add end punctuation. They trace, write and then color the color words and matching pictures. A "favorite colors" graphing extension is also included, as well as a color word matching worksheet and color spinner game.
This packet is an interesting and fun way to build students' vocabularies, reinforce verb usage, synonyms, and dictionary alphabetizing skills. Great for Daily 5 or a game students can play with a substitute teacher, or when you have a few extra minutes in your day.
Ready! Set! Action! is an interesting and fun way to help your students learn about verbs. This game also acts as a classroom management technique to help students "get the wiggles out". Students enjoy the action of the activity, while you reinforce the grammar concept.
These 12 Miss Nelson Is Missing cards are a fun way to review this great back to school story, as well as rules for appropriate grammar. Read the cards together as a whole group. Choose a student to come up and circle letters that should be capitalized and then add end punctuation. This FREEBIE is part of my jumbo Miss Nelson is Missing Literacy & Math Packet in my TpT shop.