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Pepperoni Pizza Sequencing Activity

Pepperoni Pizza Sequencing Activity

Practice basic sequencing skills with these 6 step color picture cards.  Use the finished sequence to practice basic expository writing skills or working on temporal sequencing words such as "before" and "after".  Included are instructions, 6 color pictures, and a…

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Combining Sentences – Garden Theme

Combining Sentences – Garden Theme

  • April 30, 2011

These 20 sentence pairs are a great way for students to practice combining simple sentences into sentences with compound subjects or predicates by eliminating the redundant words and using the conjunction "and." The printable file includes manipulatives and worksheets. Students…

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Garden Themed Idioms

Garden Themed Idioms

  • April 30, 2011

Introduce your students to even more idioms with these 20 garden themed idiom matchups. There are cards that can be printed and used for matchup games, as well as an interactive file where students drag the meaning next to the…

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Planting A Flower Sequencing Activity

Planting a Flower Sequencing Activity

Practice basic sequencing skills with these 6 step picture cards.  Use the finished sequence to practice basic expository writing skills or working on temporal sequencing words such as "before" and "after".  There are printable and interactive files included for you…

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Guessing Game – TH Sounds

Guessing Game – TH Sounds

This clue-based guessing game makes working on "th" sounds fun! Students try to figure out the "th" words with as few clues as possible.  They can play in teams or individually.  A game board is also provided, but the game…

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Pumpkin Carving Sequencing Activity

Pumpkin Carving Sequencing Activity

  • October 31, 2010

Practice basic sequencing skills with these 6 step picture cards this Halloween!  Explain or demonstrate how to carve a jack-o-lantern, and then have your students use these cards to recreate the sequence. You can use the finished sequence to practice…

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