Photo credit: The Quiet Creative This video teaches students where to place quotation marks (example: “”), in relation to punctuation marks (example: .!?). Quotation marks are also known as quotes, speech marks, & talking marks among other names. Save
Photo credit: engVid Gill teaches students when is is appropriate to use “a” and when “an” should be used. The exceptions to the rule are also included. Also, at the end of this video, students have a chance to practice what they have learned. Save Save
Photo credit: roomrecess.com Kid Heroes Theme is a game from roomrecess.com that provides students practice at determining the theme of a piece of writing, as well as a chance to develop reading comprehension. Save
Photo credit:roomrecess.com Prefix Popper is a game that helps students learn about the meanings of prefixes. Disclaimer: this game requires flash. Save
Photo credit: roomrecess.com In Other Words is a game that helps students play with anagrams and develop stronger spelling skills. Disclaimer: this game requires Flash.
Photo credit: roomrecess.com Jumpin Jack is a game that helps students practice identifying the author’s purpose, and figurative language. Disclaimer: this game requires Flash.
Photo credit: roomrecess.com Main Idea Millionaire is a game to help students identify the main idea of a variety of stories. Disclaimer: this game requires Flash.
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.
Photo credit: Nessy Learning LLC The Invasion Of The Apostrophes is a video that teaches students how to use apostrophes.
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 […]