suffix-prefix...visualize root word can stand alone but the suffix/pre...
suffix-prefix...visualize root word can stand alone but the suffix/prefix adds to it.
The 3-2-1 strategy is a great tool for students to use when reading nonfiction texts. It helps them make sense of their reading and document their understanding for you to assess and for them to study. I have included 5 different sheets that all are slightly different from each other.
Here is a quick hands-on sorting activity for adding the suffix -ed to words ending in -y. This activity would be great for either a mini-lesson or a center activity. It includes a bright, easy-to-read spelling rule poster, a sorting activity, and an answer
Sentence type identification and creation is explored in this resource. Move your students from basic telling, asking and excited sentences to identifying and producing simple and compound declarative, interrogative, imperative and exclamatory sentences.
Learn how these reading logs build comprehension skills during my students' nightly reading routine! Students practice the comprehension skills and strategies we learned at school using their take-home books. The focus is on reading for meaning- not getting a parent signature!
This is a week long mini unit on the suffixes -ly, -full, -ness, and -less. The words used in this unit go with the Scott Foresman Reading Street spelling list, however you can still use this for lessons on suffixes and not use the words as spelling words.
This 141 page pack contains 55 different swag badges to use in your room. Each badge celebrates a growth mindset achievement and can be a powerful way to recognize and reward your students at little to no cost to you. There are 60 pages of swag badges in color, 60 pages in black and white, 5 binder