I love these cartoons from my dad. They definitely deserve a fun story. So here’s my winter-themed grammar practice page! Click here for the printable PDF: snowball fight- grammar
One of my readers noticed a small mistake on the page (Thanks KW!). See if your kids can find it! (HINT: the directions should say: Be sure to use correct transitions, grammar and spelling, or Santa might not be convinced.)
I love finding ways to incorporate seasonal things into my classroom! So I made these free printable winter/Christmas activity pages to help your kids review parts of speech (nouns, verbs and adjectives) while celebrating the holiday season! Enjoy!
When it gets close to Christmas and winter break, it gets tough to help students stay focused. So here’s one winter language arts activity that will help you review some grammar while celebrating winter holidays! Click here for the free printable PDF: Grammatical Poetry- Winter
Here’s a fun opportunity to discuss parts of speech (noun, verb, adjective)… all relating to turkeys! Your first, second and third graders will love this one. Click here for the free printable worksheet: Thanksgiving Parts of Speech
Here’s a fun twist on practicing parts of speech that came to me (*last minute*) the other day, but I thought I’d share it with you anyway… I combined the “color by number” idea with some basic parts of speech skills and ta-da! Hidden turkey just waiting to be revealed! Click here for the free printable worksheet: Turkey Color by parts of speech
Click here for more fun and free Thanksgiving stuff for kids!
Since it’s “thankful season,” let me first thank my family (especially my hubby) and friends for all their support as I’ve been building this blog. A HUGE thank you also goes out to those of you who have spread the word about my blog! I truly appreciate my readers and those teachers around the world who help the rising generation achieve their full potential.
Here’s my free printable Plural Nouns- Thanksgiving UPDATED worksheet! It asks students to change singular nouns to plural by adding -s. There are no irregulars on this worksheet, so this is a great page for second grade (maybe with teacher help reading the words) or third grade. This would also be helpful for ESL or ELL students who need some extra practice with plurals. Happy Turkey Day!