Spelling Rules for Making Words Plural (Video + Poster!)
Curious about spelling rules for making words plural, such as why we add S to some words but ES to others? Find answers in this comprehensive blog post!
Stretch a Sentence
This poster is to use in your writing center. It helps kids to see the importance of making a complete thought/sentence! :) Any questions or changes please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for your time! :) ...
Who/What/Where/When/Why/How in the world...
Who/What/Where/When/Why/How in the world-WH Questions kids struggle with. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy.
DIY Magic e Wands - Make Take & Teach
Look what I found at the Dollar Tree! The Dollar Tree is literally a gold mine of fun stuff for creating engaging classroom activities. I found this pack of three foam wands in the arts and crafts section and thought how easy it would be to write an “e” on the star and make them into […]
Spelling Rules | Pennington Publishing Blog
In this six part series on How to Teach Spelling, this third post discusses and provides teaching resources for teaching the eight conventional spelling rules.
Consonant Blends and Digraphs Chart
Engaging pictures on this consonant blends and digraphs chart gives your students cue words and pictures to help them remember the most common consonant blends and digraphs. This chart along with 15 hands-on activities are contained in the Consonant Blends and Digraphs Activity Pack First Grade Co...
Mrs. Gillespie's thoughts
We talked about church symbols in religion today, and I took the children on a field trip. We went to St. Paul's Cathedral in London, England. Oh, you're right, it wasn't a REAL field trip, just a virtual tour. The children really enjoyed the spectacular moving images and different views from each part of the massive cathedral. They noticed different details and all wanted to jump on a plane to actually tour this impressive structure. All of them begged for the link, so here it is…
Teaching the Hard and Soft “C” and “G” (Make, Take & Teach)
Our little first graders will soon be introduced to the two sounds of “c” and “g”. Those two consonants are a bit tricky as they make different sounds depending upon the letter that follows in the wor