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Comparing – Pirate Theme

Comparing – Pirate Theme

  • September 1, 2022

Use these pirate-themed items to help your students practice their basic comparing skills! These printable and interactive files are perfect for working on "bigger, smaller, biggest, and smallest" for both receptive and expressive tasks. The first activity type has sets…

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Combining Sentences – Pirate Theme

Combining Sentences – Pirate Theme

  • September 1, 2022

This language skill is one that many students find challenging until it has been explicitly taught to them.  Use these pirate-themed sentences to give your students practice combining sentences with and without using the word "and" by adding an adjective…

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Negation Picture Cards

Negation Picture Cards

  • September 1, 2022

Negation is an important language concept to understand in its different forms. These picture cards use "is not," "does not," and "can't" while featuring concepts such as colors, shapes, attributes, and categories. You can print these out as worksheets or…

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Pirate Picture Cards

Pirate Picture Cards

  • August 31, 2022

Introduce and practice pirate-themed vocabulary words with these picture cards. Print a second set to play matching games. There are 30 picture cards that can be downloaded in color, black and white, and interactive versions. Interactive Material: This material includes…

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Homophone Worksheet – Pirates Theme

Homophone Worksheet – Pirates Theme

  • August 31, 2022

Use this pirate-themed worksheet with your students who are working on homophones! Students read each sentence and fill in the homophones where they belong. For example, they put the homophones from the pair "see" and "sea" into the sentence "We…

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Always, Sometimes, Or Never – Camping Theme

Always, Sometimes, or Never – Camping Theme

  • July 31, 2022

These camping-themed statements are a great way to work on "always", "sometimes", and "never." There are instructions for using this as an activity with an individual student or a group. There are cards, worksheets, and an interactive file. Worksheet vs.…

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