Definition of prepositions and prepositional phrases for parents and teachers; worksheets include: Locating objects (in. on, under, besides, etc.) on a playground scene; practice finding prepositions
... and object of prepositional phrases in sentences; comprehensive list of prepositions and prepositional phrases; prepositional phrases task cards; practice using prepositional phrases as adverb and adjective phrases in a sentence.
Success in advocacy requires forethought and planning. The knowledge of problem-solving skills combined with an understanding of emotion-based behavior (Goal 4) are used in decision making and self-ma
...nagement. Decisions are different from problems in that there is personal interest in the outcome. Students will understand the difference between qualitative and quantitative information and how it relates to decision-making.
This instructional bundle contains 7 worksheet packets and the CALI assessment for student attribute knowledge. Topics are: Introduction (0881), color (0882), composition (0883), decription (0884), em
...otions (0885), size words (0886), temperature (0887), time (0888), and review (0889). Includes CALI assessment (0777).
Definition of pronouns for parents and teachers; worksheets include: Pronouns reference charts for classroom; common pronouns, categories and sample sentences chart for classroom; practice with perso
...nal pronouns used as subjects, objects, possessive adjectives; possessives practice with indefinite pronouns; finding pronouns in a reading passage; practice with demonstrative pronouns; practice with common pronoun errors (e.g. their, there); and practice matching pronouns to their antecedents.
An explanation of why students should be encouraged to find similarities and differences in language and stories; worksheets include: categorizing objects by their attributes; findings similarities an
...d differences in pictures; survey similarities and differences in friends and chart on Venn diagram; synonym/antonym task cards; simile/metaphor task cards; contrasts and comparisons in reading comprehension passage.
Imagery is the creation of a representation of an idea or concept in the mind. These instructional strategies include ways to improve reading comprehension by using vocabulary knowledge and learning
...to create mental images.
Explanation of function of apostrophes in possessive nouns and contractions for teachers and parents; picture cards for common contractions pre-k; comprehensive list of contractions; practice finding
...contractions in a reading passage; practice substituting contractions; practice with common contraction/possessive/pronoun errors (e.g. it's, its; they're, there, their; your, you're)
When telling a story, a speaker/writer must delineate the surface action through the plot and connect the plot to the protagonist to develop a deeper understanding of the meaning and purpose of the st
...ory. Using words that convey emotion does exactly this. Use these activites and worksheets to help students understand emotion words. Activities include classfiying, matching, writing, comparison, feelings rating scale, and a template for Five Senses Poem.
Pretty good, good, and really good are common ways to describe the intensity of appreciation for something. We use these words to quantify and qualify things in our environment. Use this page as a vo
...cabulary or language reinforcement.
These activities and worksheets discuss the simple and complex attribute of color. Students will develop awareness of the concept, match colored items, develop receptive language before expressive -
..."Show me the red one." and associate color word with objects. Also included is a template for a Five Senses Poem.
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