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This pack is full of FUN, hands-on word work activities covering: plurals vs. possessive; possessive vs. contractions; consonant blends; CCVCe; antonyms; articles; rhyming; directional words; question and response; punctuation; capitalization; riddles; parts of speech; proper nouns; sentence writing; compound words; homophones and creative writing!! Here is all that is included:
** Plural or Possessive—glue in the correct missing word.
** Possession or Contraction—Spin, read and trace (who’s, whose, its, it’s, you’re, your).
** The CH Sound—Your students will use a magnifying glass to find all the words with “ch” and “tch” hidden in the picture and record them.
** Bunny Blends—Sort the real and nonsense words with beginning and ending consonant blends.
** Silent Lamb-e Blends Flip Book and Recording Sheet—18 CCVC words that are transformed with the Silent Lamb-e into CCVCe words.
** Easter Antonyms—write the opposite of each word and then use one set of words in sentences.
** Articles A and An
** Rabbit Rhymes—Spin, write, glue and stamp the rhyming words.
** From Green Eggs to …!—a 5-page guided Imaginative writing exercise.
**Where Did You Say?—Glue the directional words to the Easter basket.
** Question and Response…Egg-sactly!—Your students will unscramble a question and write their own response. Then they will unscramble a response and write a question (comprehension and punctuation skills).
** Easter Riddles (Punctuation Practice)—Students write punctuation (commas, apostrophes and ending punctuation) where it is missing and have a few laughs, too!
** 36 Easter Word Cards (18 Nouns & Proper Nouns; 9 Adjectives; 9 Verbs)—your students will sort these into their parts of speech; record 12 of the cards in alphabetical order; and write two original sentences using one card from each of the three categories (nouns, adjectives and verbs).
** Grammar 1st—(Proper Nouns) Students will discern which of the nouns are proper nouns after a mini-lesson on the topic.
** Easter Hunt for Words—a Mad Libs activity for 2 players. Students can come up with their own words, or use the word cards to fill in the blanks.
** Compound Words Easter Egg Hunt and Recording Sheet—Your students will find actual plastic Easter eggs and then use the words inside to make compound words (18 compound words).
** Spell It Write! Homophones NO and KNOW Responsive Reader—This is a 22-page Hands-On Responsive Reader. The first few pages include lessons you will do with your students (sound mapping the words and defining homophones, interjections, adverbs and verbs). The rest of the book your students will complete on their own. They will read engaging, yet predictable text missing the target words. They will solve the picture puzzles while gluing in letter tiles to form the words as well as writing them in the text boxes. The book ends with a sentence they will unscramble, glue and record. A FUN way to LEARN, not just memorize these words!
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Before becoming a homeschooling mom, I received my Master of Arts in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Florida. After graduating, I had a career as a base planner for the United States Air Force. While working at the USAF Academy, I met my pilot-husband and began travelling the US and growing our family. Since 2005, I have homeschooled our seven children in South Carolina, Washington, New Jersey, Illinois, and now, Alaska! I love being a part of my children's education. We have four boys, three girls and lots of learning styles. Every year brings new learning adventures and challenges--and I look forward to sharing them with you.