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Thursday, October 9, 2014

Parts of Speech Rap, Foldable Activities and Free Task Cards


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Your students will love learning about the parts of speech with this fun rap. It would be fun to have students create their own raps as well. The more involved they are the better they will remember.

Have fun!




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Do you use interactive notebooks in your classroom? These parts of speech foldable projects are a great way to reinforce these language arts skills. They are high interest. Your students will love them!



Grammar Parts of Speech Teachers Pay Teachers Promoting-Success

Your students are going to love this Halloween themed interactive notebook activity to learn about the parts of speech. Students will define the parts of speech, including nouns, verbs, adjectives and adverbs. Students will write Halloween words for each part of speech. They will also practice writing sentences and will identify the parts of speech in each sentence. There are activity ideas for differentiation as well.

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 Thanksgiving literacy language arts activities

Each Thanksgiving turkey represents a part of speech: nouns, verbs, adjectives or adverbs. Students color, cut and match the Thanksgiving turkey feathers to the correct Turkey. Blank templates are also provided for students to create their own Thanksgiving word lists if desired. Step by step photos and answer keys are included.

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You will receive 2 foldable literacy activities. In the first craftivity, students will learn the three main types of verbs: action, linking and helping. There are three ways to differentiate this common core verbs reading activity:

Level 1: Students copy key for practice.

Level 2: Students use the provided word bank.

Level 3: Students brainstorm their own examples.

In the second craftivity, students will use sentences to show the different types of verbs. This activity allows for differentiation as well:

Level 1: Students copy key sentences.

Level 2: Students sort sample sentences.

Level 3: Students create their own sentences.

Lots of photos, directions, and answer keys are provided for your convenience as well.

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Task cards are also a great way to get students involved. You can create a scavenger hunt or play a game of SCOOT. Your students will request to play these games again and again. 

Here are some FREE parts of speech task cards to get you started.


 free pronouns task cards games activities

These ten grammar task cards work well with your parts of speech unit in your literacy centers or stations. You may use them as a review, test prep or quick formative assessment. You will also receive a cut and paste worksheet to use as a quiz or homework. Game ideas and answer keys are provided.

Common Core Pronouns:
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.L.1.1d Use personal, possessive, and indefinite pronouns (e.g., I, me, my; they, them, their, anyone, everything).

For 30 more task cards plus two cut and paste activities for a mixed review of pronouns (including he, him, she, her, I, me, we,us, they or them):


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 free nouns task cards activities games

Here are six grammar tasks cards for students to read each sentence and identify the noun(s). These literacy activities are a great alternative to worksheets. Students may play SCOOT, have a scavenger hunt or play other task card games. A student response form and answer key are also provided.

For 30 additional cards:


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Here are 6 grammar task cards for 3rd grade, 4th grade, special education, ESL or speech therapy. They are a great alternative to worksheets. Students may play SCOOT, have a scavenger hunt or play other games. Additional game ideas, a student response form and an answer key are also provided.

For 30 additional task cards:


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 free adverbs task cards activities games

Here are 6 grammar task cards for 3rd grade, 4th grade, special education, ESL or speech therapy. They are a great alternative to worksheets. Students may play SCOOT, have a scavenger hunt or play other games. Additional game ideas, a student response form and an answer key are also provided. 

For 30 additional cards:


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 prepositions interactive notebook craftivity

 prepositions foldable

Here is a fun foldable craftivity for students in 1st or 2nd grade. This activity also works well for ESL, special education and speech therapy. 

Your students will create mini-file books for 14 prepositions. Two blank pages are included to add two more prepositions. They will then match adorable pictures with each word. On the next page, your kids will fill in the blanks on the cloze sentences using prepositional phrases. Average to high learners may write their own sentences with prepositions. An answer key and sentence writing rubric are included. 

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 parts of speech bundle task cards games activities

In this fun packet, you will receive 150 tasks cards, which includes nouns, verbs, pronouns, adjectives and adverbs. Literacy center game ideas are included for small groups or large groups, such as a scavenger hunt and SCOOT.

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You may also like these resources from our Amazon Associate store:


 parts of speech bulletin board classroom decoration set

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1 comment:

  1. My SS loved these foldable books. Nice ways to understand the different types of verbs!!!

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