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6 Grammar Spring Activity Sheets Students Can Use at Home

Spring brings with it both pleasant weather and the interesting dynamic of nearing the end of the school year – which can be exhausting – as well as promises of refreshing...
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4 Poetry Month Activities for the Classroom

Poetry is my favorite genre. Whether it’s to read it, write it, or share it, poetry has a special role in many peoples’ lives. Poems often have a mystical effect on the...
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Shamrock Parts of Speech Review Game, Grades 3–6

The month of March not only welcomes changing temperatures, spring break vacations, and college basketball tournaments, but also St. Patrick's Day! Inspired by St. Patrick's...
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4 Spring Worksheets To Keep Students Engaged in Grammar and Writing

Spring brings with it both pleasant weather and the interesting dynamic of nearing the end of the school year – which can be exhausting – as well as promises of refreshing...
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Hopscotch to Identify Parts of Speech!

Get ready to add some fitness, activity, and learning to the traditional game of hopscotch! This simple grammar exercise will get students excited to review parts of speech.
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Earth Day Writing Activity, Grades 2–5

Civic education can be taught throughout a student’s time in school. April 22 is Earth Day, and this provides a great time for students to get involved in persevering their...
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What's In Your Test-Taking Strategies Toolkit? 5 Printables to Help Students Ace Assessments!

Assessment is a daily part of the educational landscape, and students often express dismay that they “don’t test well.” Whether it is a classroom assessment or a high-stakes...
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Pin the Part of Speech on the Pig Grammar Game (K–5)

The Pin the Part of Speech on the Pig Grammar Game combines learning the parts of speech and a modified version of the game Pin the Tail on the Donkey. For each day of the...
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