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Photo credit: roomrecess.com Word Shark helps students practice identifying parts of speech (like nouns, verbs, etc.). The player directs the shark to eat the fish with the words on their sides which match the target part of speech.
Photo credit: Susan M. Barton Margie_sauter08 has created a Quizlet for Barton Rules-Level 3. There are also games for the Barton Reading & Spelling System for levels 2-6.
The Three Sounds of CH is a short video from Nessy which teaches students the different abounds that”ch” makes, and also the reason why this blend has three different sounds. Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC Using TCH Or CH is a video that teaches the rule about when each is used. When the vowel […]
Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC The L-iminator is a video that teaches students that compound words with two “l”s, must have one of the “l”s eliminated. Save Save
Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC Nessy Spelling Strategy: Plurals -s -es is a video that teaches students about how the endings of words change when there is more than one of something. A single book can become many books, by adding an “s” to the end of the word. A single box, becomes boxes when […]
Photo credit: roomrecess.com Grammar Gladiator is a fun game for students to play. It helps them to practice using punctuation, conjunctions, homophones, articles, and verb tenses. To select the word/punctuation mark that a player wishes to use, in order to complete the sentence at the top of the screen, the gladiator must jump on the […]
***This post is still under construction, so the links and descriptions are not complete*** Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC Nessy has created the image of the silly bull who stomps out the parts of words as a way for students to remember what syllables are [The picture above is linked to the first lesson about […]
Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC Strategy: er, ir, ur is a short video from Nessy that teaches students about spelling words with the letter “r”, after the vowels “e”, “i”, and “u”. The letter “r” will change the sound of the vowels to /û/. Combined with “r”, it makes the sounds found in the words: […]
Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC Professors V N TH is a short video from Nessy that teaches students about spelling words with “v”, “n”, or “th”. These letters will change the sound of the vowel “o”, changing it from a short “o” sound to a long “o” sound. I like the approach that Nessy has […]