32 Would You Rather Questions with Task Cards and QR Codes | K-5 Computer Lab
A great back to school getting to know you activity. Useful for class discussions, developing critical thinking skills, compare and contrast, persuasive writing prompts, getting creative thought processess going, and more.
I made this Subject & Predicate Writing Game from craft sticks as a fun way to show the students that every sentence need a subjects and a predicate. I made the sentence options very simple, but one can add more to it for older students, eg. adding adjectives or adverbs. How to make the sticks: …
*This post contains affiliate links. Read more about this in my full disclosure policy. Back in June, I posted an activity I did called Roll a Sentence. To start the year off with writing, I got a crazy idea and when I told ALuv about it, he begged me to hurry and make it for him. ... Read More about Roll a Silly Sentence (FREE Printable Included!)
Sink the Sight Word Pirate Ships - Liz's Early Learning Spot
We’re going to make some sight word pirate ships, pop them on the ocean then try and sink our enemies! This is a fun way to practice sight words (or any words you’re working on), both reading and writing them. Plus kids get to practice reading numbers to 50 at the same time. Scroll right [...]
Introductory PowerPoint covering the elements of a short story plus silly story starters for creative writing in a "Roll-a-Story" format. These four "Roll-a-Story" cards allow for 864 different story combinations! Students first roll a die to select a character, then roll to select a setting and o...