Beginning Spelling – “on the Farm”
In this spelling instructional activity, students spell 15 words correctly using the definition that is listed beside the jumble farm word.
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Beginning Spelling: Time to Eat
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3rd - Higher Ed English Language Arts
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Let's play a game! Explore language arts by participating in a flash card reading game. Kids utilize flash cards that have a number of irregular words written on them. They collaborate in pairs and compete as they attempt to pronounce...
K - 2nd English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
On the Farm with Wilbur and Charlotte
Students understand Charlotte's web through the completion of a web-quest. In this Charlotte's Web lesson, students complete comprehension tasks such as role playing their favorite scene, choosing a character and making a multimedia...
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