Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Teaching verbs. Get inspired and try out new things.
Take a G and an E and O, And add a little R-G-E, To a W-A-S-H, I...N...G If you add 2,000 pounds, That makes a ton, So what have you got? You've got a lot!
Kendell Bennett saved to Grammar
Practice makes future perfect!
Antaline Pecoraro saved to Homeschool resources
I think there are so many ways this could be used in therapy and I am excited to try it out! The basic principle is the kids can shake the bottle around to find the different words hidden in the rice. Once they find a word, they can:
Nina Tarlev saved to SLP SCHOOL
Choosing a theme for your classroom can be both exciting and challenging. What best represents your personality? What would the students choose? Some teachers choose not to have a theme and may use a color scheme instead. Summer vacation is a perfect time to plan and organize for the upcoming school year. There are so many resources to use online to help you create a classroom that is both inviting and conducive to learning. Listed below are some of my favorite themes with creative sayings…
Windmill Gypsy saved to Writing
Teaching nouns and verbs lays the foundation for a variety of sentence skills in upper elementary. Includes tips for daily grammar practice.
Maria Viera saved to Classroom
Anita Esther Torrez saved to learn to read
Teaching verbs in 2nd grade can be SUPER fun! There are so many engaging resources and activities that can be used to help students master this skill. Check out this post for engaging verbs resources that are meaningful and ready to use! (PLUS a freebie!)
Esraa Alhosary saved to Teaching second grade
Free literacy game! This simple verb game is perfect for introducing action verbs! Great for literacy centers with first grade kids! #literacycenters #actionverbs #freeprintables
Hey everyone! Happy December! DECEMBER?!?!?? Does anyone else wonder what in the world happened to November? I feel like there are soooo man...
Sentence sticks work great to teach parts of speech: verbs, nouns, adjectives etc. Use it to make silly sentences or real sentences too!
Lily Wylie saved to Baby stages - learning