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Sight Word Riddles for Partner Work, Individual Work and Scoot ~ Free! from Common Core Connection on (13 pages)

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Brain Teasers Worksheets | Stuttering Mind: WORDS + PUZZLES = WUZZLES

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Spring Riddles

Riddle cards for spring! A fun way to practice inferring and to build vocabulary. Also includes picture cards and a review game. $

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Decimal Addition with The One Dollar Riddle Book

The $1.00 Word Riddle Book is a great book to use when teaching money, adding decimals or enrichment! The book is full of pictures, riddles, and e...

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Multiple Meaning Word Riddle Package

Multiple Meaning Word Riddle Package!

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Kindergarten Sight Word Riddles Set 1

Riddles are a form of informational text, and are an engaging way to help young readers develop essential reading skills. Solving riddles is a fun-filled and motivating way to lay the groundwork for making inferences and drawing conclusions, using key details, and developing vocabulary.Use this set of 24 sight word riddle cards:* As a whole class or small group activity, to demonstrate how to integrate the information in the clues* As a pocket chart center matching activity* $


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Hink Pink word riddles: vocabulary, rhyming, critical thinking, synonyms

Hink pinks are word riddles that help develop vocabulary, rhyming awareness and critical thinking. They are also really fun. Hink pinks are one syllable rhyming words (ex. What is the hink pink for a large hog? a big pig). Hinky pinkies are two syllable rhyming word pairs (ex.