Archive | February, 2013

Word Families – Making Silly and Real Words

Word Families - Making Silly and Real Words

Have fun with your students while creating a variety of words, both silly and real.  Using word families and a variety of letters to place in front of them, your students can make up words just like Dr. Seuss!  There are 30 word family cards, 36 letter tiles, and one page for recording words included. […]

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Opposite Matching from The Foot Book by Dr. Seuss

Opposite Matching from The Foot Book

Dr. Seuss forever changed children’s literature by making it fun and lively.  Keep your sessions fun and full of learning with this activity based on Dr. Seuss’s The Foot Book.  The Foot Book is full of early opposites such as wet/dry and morning/night. Use these printable feet with the opposite pairs found in Dr. Seuss’s […]

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Fill-in Story for /s/: Friendship Soup

Fill-in Story for /s/: Friendship Soup

This fill-in-the-blank winter story is a fun way for students to practice /s/ at the word and sentence levels. Have the students pick words from the choices provided or come up with their own. Fill in the story with their answers and read it back to them or have them read it if they are […]

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Fill-in Story for /k/: Friendship Soup

Fill-in Story for /k/: Friendship Soup

This fill-in-the-blank winter story is a fun way for students to practice /k/ at the word and sentence levels. Have the students pick words from the choices provided or come up with their own. Fill in the story with their answers and read it back to them or have them read it if they are […]

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Fill-in Story for Singular and Plural Nouns: Friendship Soup

Fill-in Story for Singular and Plural Nouns

I love using fill-in-the-blank stories to work on parts of speech.  The problem I find with most of them is that they address too many different parts of speech in a single story.  Friendship Soup is fun, winter story for practicing just naming singular and plural nouns. If you are just introducing nouns, discuss what […]

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