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Exploring Affixes: Write the affix down. Give an example of a basic word with that affix. Eg. DIS - Dislike. As a class, figure out what it may mean and write down the definition. Students brainstorm examples of other words with those affixes and use dictionaries to see if there is a common meaning for the affix.
No More Monkey Business
A set of 9 different reading strategy sheets to hold your students more accountable during independent reading time. Perfect for nightly reading as well. (Strategies reviewed: context clues, connecting, questioning, summarizing, inferencing, character traits, visualizing, predicting). $
Grammar Guide Ready Reference Learning Cards Grade 2-5
Includes punctuation rules, pronoun-antecedent agreement, subject-verb agreement, rules for titles and capitalization, the "of" error, frequently misspelled words, and proofreading symbols. Students can keep all the facts right at their fingertips with this colorful two-sided ready reference card! Comes pre-punched for a three-ring binder and is laminated for years of use. 8 1/2" x 11" (22 x 28cm).
Word Study-Spelling Homework Menu
This FREE product is 2 pages long. It is a Word Study-Spelling Homework Menu that your students can use for any spelling words. I use Words Their Way in my first grade classroom. I attach each child's word sort to the menu each week, and they can choose 5 activities to complete throughout the week.