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Using this Author's Purpose Activity, students read and sort story idea cards to determine the author's purpose as to inform, entertain, or persuade.
Using this Nutty Nouns Activity, students sort examples of nouns into categories based on person, place, or thing to build their parts of speech understanding.
Using Don't Wake the Librarian Sorting Books by Genre Activity, students will "return" books to the library based on genre type without waking the librarian!
Using Same or Different Activity, students use the picture cards to practice visually discriminating things that are the same and/or different.
Using Days of the Week Activity, students put the day cards in order, or use the letter cards to spell each day.
Using Cool Cat Sentences Activity, students sort and organize the different types of sentences (Telling Sentence, Asking Sentence, Exciting Sentence).
Using this Short Vowel A Word Sort Activity, students sort each Short A Word under the matching word family heading with the short /a/ sound.
Using this Short Vowel Sounds Activity, students sort the short vowel sound picture cards and place them under the matching vowel sound letter card.
Using Compound Words Activity, students match pictures cards to compound word cards to build their reading fluency.
Using this Hot and Cold Activity, student distinguish between objects and situations that are hot or cold in order to learn about temperature.
Using this Short and Long Vowel U Activity, students sort the short and long vowel U word cards.
Using Crayon Number Matching Activity, students count objects up to 12 in a set in order to build their counting fluency.
Using Syllable Sort Activity, students practice reading words and identifying the number of syllables.
Using this Short and Long Vowel A Activity, students sort the short and long vowel A word cards.
Using this Short and Long Vowel E Activity, students sort the short and long vowel E word cards.
Using Guess Who Matching Game Activity, students take turns asking questions to figure out their partner's mystery person.