This game reviews basic information about the 3 branches of government: Executive, Legislative, and Judicial. Students are give a clue about one of the three branches and they must decided which branch it is. There are 21 questions and you just click on each question to go to it. The question disappears after you've clicked on it so you know you've answered it. There is a type-in scoreboard. The scoreboard can be typed in during Slideshow Mode. ou can have up to 4 teams.
FREE vowel digraph sorting center!!!This is a free sorting center game where students read and sort picture cards onto the correct sorting mat. For extra fun, cut out sorting mats and glue to pasta boxes. Cut an opening in the mouse and cow mouths for kids to place cards inside!Contents:23 picture cards23 word/picture cards"fun" cardsMouse and cow sorting matsrecording sheetHave fun!Rochel Koval
This is a fun, interactive way for your students to learn to read the 'ow' and 'ou' words in your classroom.The game is in the "I Have...Who Has?" format and requires student participation and engagement.Just print, laminate, and enjoy!Add real band-aids with the words written on them with red marker for even more fun!To see this activity in action, visit my blog at:www.mrspreslarsclass.blogspot.com