We used to play a fun game called “Odd One Out” with our teachers at school long ago, and I have put together a description of this highly engaging and challenging game as well as some examples to help you and your class enjoy this same activity.
Daily paragraph with ten built-in errors of basic spelling, grammar, punctuation, or capitalization. Daily exposure is sure to cement some very important skills as it lays the foundation for improving students' test scores.
Help students master Mechanics, Usage, and Grammar by working together to proofread real-world writing examples. These 19 weekly grammar editing sessions address the most common errors made in middle-school and high-school writing.
Story elements assignments, presentations, & organizers
Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting Texts- modify to allow kiddos to provide practice with explain/define and/or example instead of summarize. For writer's notebook weekly practice for writing to sources.