1. Reading: Direct Questions
Escape From Compound Castle - This fun escape room - type game has children finding the parts of a compound word, and matching it to the meaning in order to escape to the next level, with the help of some friendly dragons. Best for kids with English as their first language. #ELA.
What’s For Lunch? - Meet Whacky Bird as he searches for lunch. His menu is colorful moths and butterflies, but the insects often avoid being eaten by blending in with their background color. The game introduces natural selection in a simple and fun way. #natural selection #survival of the fittest #life cycle Butterfly #vocabulary
First Pronouns - Me - This fun game with mirrors helps toddlers understand the difference between “me” and “you”. Use with the companion game “You”. Includes song video at the end. Appropriate for ages 2-3+ #pronouns, #syntax, #semantics, #speechtherapy, #specialneeds
Conjunctions - Practice making sentences using the conjunction SO. Also works on inferencing and vocabulary. This lesson requires a listening partner (parent, teacher, peer tutor, older sibling) to determine if child's sentences are correct. This lesson can also be broken up into two different lessons of increasing difficulty.