Category Archives: Language Arts
Submitted by Abby B. Click here to join teachertime123 on fb 1.Brainstorm with students different adjectives for the letters spelling out “Mother”. 2. Have students create and decorate and acrostic poem.
Submitted by Tiffany H “Lending a Hand to Earth” Writing- Have students tell what they can do to help Earth. This can be adapted to your students’ age and ability. This is also a great activity for foreign language and … Continue reading
Submitted by Justin H. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! After teaching or reviewing adjectives, have students write adjectives to describe their friends. Use red or pink markers on white hearts. Looks great hanging on a bulletin board!
Submitted by Kelly M. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! My students were given the assignment to write a story about a lost mitten from the point of view of that lost mitten. They were to tell about … Continue reading
Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! Your students can prepare this in writing lessons after studying grammar on can/can’t. Submitted By: Emel Kakmaci Have students describe their superhero by using “can” and “can’t” to tell what they can do.
Submitted by Nick M. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! 1. I made numerous snowman pieces, putting the contraction on the small piece and the 2 words it represents on the large piece. (This was done after I had … Continue reading
From Jennifer C. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! 1. Word Choice (mouth): says the right words. 2. Voice (heart): lets your feelings come through your writing. 3. Conventions (hand): fixes what needs fixing. 4. Ideas (head): thinks of … Continue reading
Submitted by Shannon P. Disguise Tom Turkey so that he will not be eaten for Thanksgiving! Give students a turkey pattern and have them disguise any way they see fit (or give them your guidelines). Then have them write about … Continue reading
From nanny.net Posted on October 16, 2012 by admin | in Nanny When your child is learning to read, there’s a good chance that the curriculum used by his teacher will rely heavily on the memorization of and ability to … Continue reading
From becomeananny.com Posted on October 8, 2012 by admin | in Become A Nanny Learning to read is a major milestone in a child’s life. Until the advent of tablets, smartphones and electronic reading devices, however, it was one that … Continue reading
From onlinecollegecourses.com August 21st, 2012 by Staff Writers English grammar is certainly not easy to master. With seemingly endless rules, exceptions, and things to learn, it’s not hard to understand why so many have difficulty with presenting perfect grammar. But … Continue reading
Back to School… The students write on the apple cores. “My first day of school was…” Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
From thebestcolleges.org Poetry’s lush, diverse history means creative writing and literary studies majors will come face-to-face with far more names and styles than the following 10. But these definitely make for an excellent start to one’s inquiries into the art … Continue reading