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These free games can be played with ELA, math or science vocabulary games! Perfect for reading or math centers!
Jamie Scrapbookingprincess saved to ELA
These five fun word games will have your students practicing vocabulary terms without even realizing it! Check out this list for instructions for play.
Reading Response activities will likely form a major part of your reading programme, whether you are running guided reading groups, a daily 5 system,
Jenny Wiebe saved to Reading
Reading games and centers are a great way to spice up your reading instruction. Grab a free reading centers starter pack on this post!
4 Games to Help Kids Think Critically about Vocabulary - FREEBIES Included with some awesome tips for expanding your students' knowledge of the words around them!
10 resources and strategies to improve upper elementary reading fluency as students advance from learning to read to reading to learn.
Reading for Success! saved to Me fascina
Do you play game shows in the classroom? I love to use game shows to review a variety of concepts for all subject areas. My students especially love our math game shows and language arts game shows right before a test. These fun and engaging games make reviewing for a test way more enjoyable but today, I want to share how you can up level these games even more. You can add buzzers, lights, or additional incentives. Use game shows during math workshop, language arts, or reader’s workshop.
Erica Edmonston saved to English Class
The Top Six Repurposed Games and Ideas For Literacy Practice. These are some of my favorite games to repurpose. You do not have to break the bank and buy them brand new. Click here for a few ways to find them! The Literacy Nest #theliteracynest #repurposedgames #readinggames #literacypractice #reading
HeidiSongs saved to Play Based Learning
Vocabulary instruction is so critical is today's classroom! A vast vocabulary will help students to become better readers and writers. V...
Grab these 3 FREE games for helping students to practice using context clues. Great for 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade classrooms!
Mark Hewett saved to Teaching Reading