Going to vs. Will
In this grammar learning exercise, students learn about when they should say "going to" and when they should say "will". They then answer 15 questions using what they learned.
3 Views 0 Downloads
New Review Future Time: Using "Be Going To"
Is your class going to learn something new in this worksheet? The answer is yes. As they practice talking to a classmate about the future, learners work on asking and answering yes or no questions, writing positive and negative...
4th - 6th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Language Focus 8.2: Imperatives and Going To
Study the future progressive tense and other ways to express what will (or won't) happen. After completing affirmative and negative sentences in the imperative form, kids work on different exercises with going to and will or won't.
4th - 8th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
Lessons and Units: The Watsons go to Birmingham—1963 5TH GRADE UNIT
Get ready to read The Watsons Go to Birmingham - 1963 with a lesson about historical fiction. Spanning several centuries, the resource prompts learners to guess the historical era of a story based on a word or phrase in the text. In...
5th English Language Arts
Let’s Go to Summer Camp: Lower Grade Bands
Going to summer camp can be an exciting yet terrifying experience for kids. Whether or not your class members are going to camp, this lesson can be used to foster social, academic, and self-efficacy skills in learners of any ability...
Pre-K - 5th English Language Arts
Will and Won't, Conditional Tense
Make predictions about the future with a activity on the conditional tense. Learners complete sentences using will, won't, definitely, and probably to express their thoughts about what could happen, and practice the conditional tense by...
4th - 8th English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
Introduce Vocabulary: How Do Dinosaurs Go To School? (Yolen)
Dinosaurs don't go to school...but what if they did? Use Jane Yolen's book How Do Dinosaurs Go To School to explore vocabulary in context. Find this on YouTube if you don't have the text on hand. These in-text words give some ideas of...
K - 3rd English Language Arts