Workshop Wednesday Word Work Games.. talk about alliteration! Teach that one to your kiddos 🙂
If you’re reading this and it’s Wednesday, that means I was on top of things for once!
If it’s Thursday, as usual it took me a little longer! 🙂 I’m sure y’all can understand 🙂
So I am linking up with two of my BBB’s for their totally fun, extremely informative linkys!!
My students get bored with grammar.. quick. So I am always on my toes trying to find new and fun things for them to do! I decided to review commas, apostrophes, and quotations using macaroni noodles instead of just writing them in!
I introduced this to my students today and they LOVED it. First, I printed all of the task cards on different colored card stock based on the topic it covers. So Commas=Pink Apostrophes=Yellow Quotations=Green.
We reviewed the 7 rules for using commas using a Smartboard presentation. (I found this a long time ago and tweaked it to fit my needs! I’m sorry, I’m not sure who the original creator is.)
Students write the 7 rules in their grammar notebooks to have as a reference for future use.
This is just one of the quick little games I use in Word Work. I also LOVE Nicole Shelby’s Word Work freebie task cards! They are my go to when students finish work early in Word Work, or for a freebie choice day! (Stamping out words is always a favorite.)
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Please head over and link up with these two amazing ladies.. I’d love to hear how you make learning more interactive!
Happy HUMP day y’all…. (gotta think of that commercial, OF COURSE!)