Reading Comprehension Skills - Activities, Worksheets, Printables, and Lesson Plans. Top 10 Favorite Spelling Activities of 2012. My oldest son's natural ability to remember things means spelling comes easy to him.
As a result, each week, the teacher gives him (and some other students) "the challenge list. " The words are just as the title implies - challenging. I've done my best to devise fun ways for him to study. No. 1 Spelling Race When the spelling words were extra hard, this activity was my go-to. No. 2 Spelling Battleship This favorite board game is a wonderful and fun way to practice spelling words. No. 3 Spelling with LEGO Minifigures Turn one of your child's favorite toys into a spelling practice incentive. No. 4 Spelling with Mr. Spell it right and Mr. No. 5 Magnetic Snowman Hangman Hangman is a great way to practice spelling. No. 6 Spelling Practice Balloon Pop This may well be the noisiest spelling practice activity ever.
No. 7 Secret Message Spelling Craft a secret message, which is revealed as the child spells a short list of words correctly. Warmers, fillers & coolers - Games. Warmers, Fillers & Coolers Below is a list of warmer/cooler/filler/game activities in no particular order.
If you have any warmers you'd like to add to the list then please send them to via the Contact page Aims: - to introduce a theme - to relax stds after a hard day's work - to wake stds up after a hard night - to wait for late arrivals - to provide a break in the lesson - to provide humour - to provide oral fluency practice - to finish the lesson on a light note. Online TEFL Training. Adventures in Guided Journaling: Springtime doodles - part 3: A new inspirati...
As soon as those springtimedoodles arranged themselves into a page border, I thought it might be fun to add them to an inspiration page.
This one is all about joy. The good stuff, big and small. The stuff that delights you in the moment and the stuff that nourishes you over a lifetime. The thing I like best about lists is that the more I write, the more things pop to mind. You can write it up all at once or add an entry here and there, as the mood strikes. As always, there's a colour-free version . . . and a colourful one: You'll find them here (colour-free) and here (colourful). Teaching Ideas - Free lesson ideas, plans, activities and resources for use in the primary classroom. ESL Kids lesson plans, worksheets, flashcards, songs and games. Free Lesson Plans For Teachers, By Teachers.
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50 000+ Free ESL, EFL worksheets made by teachers for teachers. Adventures in Guided Journaling: Printable journal pages for kids. Hello and welcome!
Here you'll find a selection of my free, printable, guided journal pages for kids. Just like my original guided journal pages these pages combine fill-in-the-blank journal prompts with unconventional to-do lists, game-show-inspired lightning rounds and oodles of hand-drawn doodles. There are also some key differences: I've made the lines a little thicker and the outer border wider for colouring,I've added a place for the child's name beside the date, I've reduced the number of prompts per page to make it easier to complete a page in one or a few sittings,I've simplified the prompts slightly to make them more suitable for younger journal keepers.In terms of age range, I'm thinking grades three to six. You are most welcome to click the link below the images to download each page. If you love these pages and would like to see more, I invite you to pop on over to my shop, where you'll find my guided journal starter kit for kids. Best wishes and happy journaling!