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Irregular Past Tense Verbs For St. Patrick’s Day

Irregular Past Tense Verbs for St. Patrick’s Day

  • March 15, 2016

Practice irregular past tense verbs with your students with these St. Patrick's Day sentences. There are 20 sentences in worksheet and card format where students fill in the blank with the past tense form of the verb in parentheses. If…

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St. Patrick’s Day Syllable Count

St. Patrick’s Day Syllable Count

  • March 7, 2016

Get ready to tap and clap the syllables for St. Patrick's Day words with these worksheets! The students or you (for non-readers) read the words and then the students tap out the syllables and color in the picture for the…

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Hot Chocolate Sequencing Activity

Hot Chocolate Sequencing Activity

  • January 6, 2016

What's perfect on a cold winter day? Hot Chocolate! Whether you actually make it with your students or just go through the steps, it's sure to be a hit! Once you've gone over the steps, you can practice basic sequencing…

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Cookie Sorting By Sound Position

Cookie Sorting by Sound Position

  • December 7, 2015

This is a fun, cookie-themed sorting activity that can be used to promote phonemic awareness. You can practice phonemic awareness to help with speech articulation or early reading skills. It can be incorporated into your Christmas-themed activities too! In this game, students say the…

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Cookie Themed Idiom Cards And Worksheet

Cookie Themed Idiom Cards and Worksheet

  • December 1, 2015

Many students aren't exposed to idioms in a way that they can understand them. Give your students a chance to hear and understand these cookie-themed idioms with these receptive language tasks. There are 10 phrases and their meanings presented in…

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Guessing Game – Thanksgiving Theme

Guessing Game – Thanksgiving Theme

Get your students thinking with this clue-solving game.  You read the clues and the students try to figure out the word.  The fewer clues they need to guess the answer, the farther they go on the game board or the…

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