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Indefinite Articles "A or An" Game

Do your students suffer from “A or An” confusion? A unicorn but an uncle? A house but an hour? An R.N., an M.D., a DVD. . . End the confusion with this card game. ESL, ELA 3rd - 5th (upper levels as needed) $2.00

They're Playing My Game There, Their, They're

Drill, review or test with these cards. In the game, players respond with a handclap or "Hmm. . .I think there's a mistake there."ESL, ELA 3rd - 5th gr. $2.00

Prefix & Suffix Game

Prefix & Suffix "I Have, Who Has?" Card Game from Mrs. Beattie's Classroom

This FREE resource will walk you through how to do shared reading with your upper grades (3rd-6th) students for 10-15 minutes daily to build fluency and comprehension skills. All you have to do is find the weekly articles. Included in the resource is a 5-day instructional plan for both nonfiction and fiction articles.

Close Reading at a Glance Reference Cards - I copy these on bright, colored cardstock so they're always easy to find. (Free)

ESL Word Walls: WEATHER

ESL Basic Vocabulary. There're 19 WEATHER words in this set. Words included: sunny, cold, windy, rainy, foggy, hot, warm, partly cloudy,umbrella, flood,

Free Literature Bags - Assignment and Grading Checklist. Handout/checklist for students to make a bag about the book they are currently reading, and then present their bag and items to represent their book to the class. Includes printable paper labels. Featured in the TPT Newsletter. Enjoy! - HappyEdugator

This game can be used to teach colours and colour words to students new to English and even native English speakers. The cards are dealt out. Each player takes turns at placing the cards. While doing so, the player names the colour and can be corrected by other players if an error is made.

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Grammar Interactive Notebook

Grammar interactive notebooking fun with nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions, interjections, articles, and prepositions $