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Practice Physical Descriptions with ESL students with these fun activities. These resources include speaking, listening and reading practice. Includes task cards and a matching game.

Listening, speaking, and reading skills// Practice Physical Descriptions with ESL students with these fun activities. These resources include speaking, listening and reading practice. Includes task cards and a matching game.

Mr. First Grade used hoola hoops for Racing Around the Clock

Pin Literacy- Read Cluck o' Clock by Kes Gray before activity. It is about telling time. Students use the hula hoop clock on the board and create the time given. The students are on teams and are racing to see who can put up the correct time first.

Just made this Question ball in tbird colors. While in a circle, Have students say the name of the person he/she is throwing to (to practice learning names). The person who catches it says their name again and answers whatever question their right thumb lands on.

Just made this Question ball. While in a circle, Have students say the name of the person he/she is throwing to (to practice learning names). The person who catches it says their name again and answers whatever question their right thumb lands on.

Jenga with questions to review a unit

Lynne, here is another idea for the jenga blocks! Get to know you Jenga. Add a get to know you question to a Jenga piece. Great for icebreakers!

Education to the Core: Quick Survey/Reflection FREEBIE!  Assess the learning of fundamental reading skills in the classroom!

FREE Quick Survey/Reflection poster by ! One great way to assess the class is through a quick survey or a reflection. These posters help you to understand the students’ thinking by looking at their responses.

Spelling Tips and Tricks – Making Words Plural - Writers Write

Why do we add S to some words but ES to others? And when a word ends with Y, how do we know whether to change the Y to I before adding the plural suffix? And why on earth does knife become knives? You can unravel these mysteries with six simple rules.