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Where's My Heart? - Valentine game for learning more describing words and understanding spatial concepts. Have student tell you where the heart is that is being described if you want to work on expressing spatial concepts #descriptive #vocabulary #spatial #valentine #Prek #Kdg #ESL #ELL #ESOL
Valentine Same Or Different - Much more than just same or different! Use this activity to verbally compare/contrast, use describing words, work on visual discrimination, or practice your speech sounds. Happy Valentines Day to all you TinyTap lovers! Share the love - send this to a friend.
Conjunctions Copy - Students construct their own sentences for BECAUSE. This can also be used to practice answering WHY questions, and inferencing. Requires assistance of a listening buddy (parent, teacher, sibling, peer tutor) who knows how to use ""because" in sentences. This lesson can be broken up into two lessons of increasing difficulty.
Remember This! 1 - Listening to remember is a pre-reading skill. This level has one word the child listens for, beginning with two answer choices and a 3 second delay. Each page becomes more difficult, ending in 4 choices and 7 second delay. Appropriate for ages 2-4, or students with special needs. #auditorymemory
Third Grade Sight Words 4 - 4th of 4 part series for third grade Dolch sight words, including: full, kind, laugh, light, long, much, myself, only, start, show, six, ten. Unscramble the letters to spell the word, then unscramble the words to make a sentence. Includes quiz and game at the end. Great for #centers, #homework, #interventions, #spelling
Fry Sight Words 1 - Part 1 of the first 100 high frequency sight words, presented in 5 sets of 5. Students must tap on the word that is said, then find the words in text. Sentences have been carefully chosen to reinforce reading of previously learned sight words. #intervention #homework #centers
Third Grade Sight Words 1 - Part 1 of a four part series of Dolch sight words, including: about, carry, cut, eight, got, grow, how, own, pick, today. Students rearrange letters to spell the words, then arrange words to create a sentence for word meaning. Includes reading the words in a quiz at the end. #semantics #sentence construction #grammar