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Students will complete the task cards on syllables.  The task cards can be used to review syllables.  Place the cards in your literacy stations so students can work on them individually.  There are 52 cards plus a cover card and a direction card.  Some of the words are:  apple, doll, alligator, flower, television, box, butterfly, chipmunk, umbrella, clown, newspaper, garden, shark, penguin, zebra, and penguin.

Students will complete the task cards on syllables. The task cards can be used to review syllables. Place the cards in your literacy stations so students can work on them individually. There are 52 cards plus a cover card and a direction card. Some of the words are: apple, doll, alligator, flower, television, box, butterfly, chipmunk, umbrella, clown, newspaper, garden, shark, penguin, zebra, and penguin.

Students will complete the Task Cards:  Write a Proper Noun for the Common Noun.  The task cards can be used as a review of common and proper nouns.  Place the task cards in your literacy stations so students can work on them individually. There are 32 cards plus a cover card and a direction card.

Students will complete the Task Cards: Write a Proper Noun for the Common Noun. The task cards can be used as a review of common and proper nouns. Place the task cards in your literacy stations so students can work on them individually. There are 32 cards plus a cover card and a direction card.

Students will complete the Task Cards:  Nouns - Am I a Person, Place, or Thing?  The task cards can be used to review nouns.  Place the task cards in your literacy stations so students can work on them individually.  There are 42 task cards plus a cover and a direction card.

Students will complete the Task Cards: Nouns - Am I a Person, Place, or Thing? The task cards can be used to review nouns. Place the task cards in your literacy stations so students can work on them individually. There are 42 task cards plus a cover and a direction card.

Students will complete the task cards on r-controlled vowel pictures by writing the word for each picture.  The task cards can be used as a review.  Place the cards in your literacy stations so students can work independently.  There are 32 task cards, plus a cover and a direction card.r-controlled pictures include:r-controlled vowel a:  star, car, farm, shark, barn, bark, barr-controlled vowel e:  herd, fern, germs, perch, bakerr-controlled vowel i:  bird, dirt, shirt, stir, ...

Students will complete the task cards on r-controlled vowel pictures by writing the word for each picture. The task cards can be used as a review. Place the cards in your literacy stations so students can work independently. There are 32 task cards, plus a cover and a direction card.r-controlled pictures include:r-controlled vowel a: star, car, farm, shark, barn, bark, barr-controlled vowel e: herd, fern, germs, perch, bakerr-controlled vowel i: bird, dirt, shirt, stir, ...

Students will complete the task cards on possessive nouns.  The task cards will show two sentences.  Students will read both sentences.  With the second sentence, students will fill in the possessive noun.  The first task card shows the students what to do.Example:The toy belongs to my cat.

Students will complete the task cards on possessive nouns. The task cards will show two sentences. Students will read both sentences. With the second sentence, students will fill in the possessive noun. The first task card shows the students what to do.Example:The toy belongs to my cat.

Students will complete the task cards on adjectives and adverbs.  The task cards can be used as a review.  Place the cards in your literacy stations so students can work on them independently.  There are 52 cards, plus a cover and direction card.  Adjectives include:  beautiful, pink, small, misty, stormy, creepy, dull, enormous, weary, dizzy, scary, shy, terrible, frantic, elegant, muddy, cruel, generous, frightened, powerful, strange, and adorable.Adverbs include:  angrily, merrily, ...

Students will complete the task cards on adjectives and adverbs. The task cards can be used as a review. Place the cards in your literacy stations so students can work on them independently. There are 52 cards, plus a cover and direction card. Adjectives include: beautiful, pink, small, misty, stormy, creepy, dull, enormous, weary, dizzy, scary, shy, terrible, frantic, elegant, muddy, cruel, generous, frightened, powerful, strange, and adorable.Adverbs include: angrily, merrily, ...

Students will complete the task cards on contractions or possessive nouns. The task cards can be used as a review. Students will read each sentence on each task card and then write the word with the apostrophe.  Students will decide if the word is a contraction or a possessive noun.

Students will complete the task cards on contractions or possessive nouns. The task cards can be used as a review. Students will read each sentence on each task card and then write the word with the apostrophe. Students will decide if the word is a contraction or a possessive noun.

Students will complete the task cards on CVC pictures by writing the word for each picture.  The task cards can be used as a review.  Place the cards in your literacy stations so students can work independently.  There are 25 task cards, plus a cover and direction card.

Students will complete the task cards on CVC pictures by writing the word for each picture. The task cards can be used as a review. Place the cards in your literacy stations so students can work independently. There are 25 task cards, plus a cover and direction card.

I Have... Who Has? Proper Nouns is a game filled with excitement for the students as they are learning or reviewing the skill presented.  This activity is working on many different proper nouns.  The students in my class love playing I Have... Who Has?

I Have... Who Has? Proper Nouns is a game filled with excitement for the students as they are learning or reviewing the skill presented. This activity is working on many different proper nouns. The students in my class love playing I Have... Who Has?

Students will complete the task cards on analogies.  The cards can be used as a review.  Place the cards in your literacy stations so students can work on them independently.  There are 40 cards, plus a cover and direction card.An answer key is provided.

Students will complete the task cards on analogies. The cards can be used as a review. Place the cards in your literacy stations so students can work on them independently. There are 40 cards, plus a cover and direction card.An answer key is provided.