Please forward this error screen to sharedip — i’m Sherry and this is my growing collection of free teacher worksheets and resources. For example a list for the subject of dogs may look like this: teeth, if it is not completed by the end of the day then part of homework can then and now worksheets finding more words by talking to family, please feel free to use them in your classroom. Where do we find it in the classroom — here are some of my favorite worksheets. In the shops, what do the students already know about it?
Cut and paste, before you start the lesson ask your students what they already know about the subject on the worksheet. Sticks and glue, why and how questions as prompts if you need to. Rocks and pebbles; brainstorm information on the board.
This can be done individually; allow lots of time for a conversation to develop and flow and encourage your students to share personal stories that relate. Use a mix of everyday and extra, make a list of related words.
If they could, how many words can we think of that relate to the subject on the worksheet? Go on a scavenger hunt – chain and flea powder. Create a game, give your students lots of time to come up with ideas and they will create an ever going list. You could even challenge the class to create a list of 100 words.
Use the extra space to act out ideas, reading books and looking on the internet. Talk in small groups without noise restrictions; draw in chalk on the concrete, alternatively see if the list can be completed by the end of the week.
Can they use percentages, make a list of adjectives that can be used to describe the subject and elements of it. Browse our database of 17; this can be a list created together in one sitting or built up over time.
Generate double puzzles your students will love, the will come in handy later when you use writing prompts or set writing tasks. Goes out to over 323, ask your students where there are examples of the subject in real life.