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Adverbs Folder Game

The Purrfect Teacher

The Purrfect Teacher

Introducing adverbs to your class? Snag this fun folder game that requires students to study the pictures that are provided and choose an adverbs amongst other parts of speech that describes it.
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Total Price: $5.00

Categories: 1st Grade, Reading, Writing
Product Type: Printable

Product Description

Introducing adverbs to your class? Snag this fun folder game that requires students to study the pictures that are provided and choose an adverbs amongst other parts of speech that describes it.

Introducing adverbs to your class? Snag this fun folder game that requires students to study the pictures that are provided and choose an adverbs amongst other parts of speech that describes it.

Folder games are a fun and interactive way to practice or introduce new concepts. They are my students' favorites and they always beg for more! This can be used during guided reading, reading groups, or as a whole group introduction activity. I have included a 'Check Your Work' page so that this can be a self check center for your reading groups.

Included:
- 1 adverbs folder game with eight photographs to describe
- Slips of paper with adjectives and other parts of speech
- Record Sheet
- Check Your Work (answer sheet)

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The Purrfect Teacher
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I am third year teacher. My first year of teaching, I taught both kindergarten and first grade. What a challenge but also what fun! This year, I teach only first grade. I completed my student teaching in a second grade classroom but also have experience in pre-k and fourth grade.

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