Ready, Set, Read & Write with LeapReader

*Special Thanks to LeapFrog for allowing me to have a LeapReader party and sponsoring it! All thoughts and opinions are my own! Ready, Set, Read & Write with LeapReader Recently, I got the chance to throw a LeapReader Ready, Set, Read & Write party! I LOVE LeapFrog products because they are educational, and fun! We […]

Writing Practice

Unscrambling Sentences – Writing Practice Learning to write can be frustrating – the English language doesn’t follow all the “rules.”  So when teachers ask students to use more details, the students honestly sometimes just don’t know how to fit those details in their sentences.  Writing takes practice just like most things.  The scrambled sentences below […]

Adverbs – Writing Practice

Adverbs – Writing Practice Writing can be difficult for all beginners.  Hands can ache, minds can loose ideas.  Learning how to write with more detail can help develop young writers’ skills.  Another topic to practice when trying to develop “super” sentences (ones with more detail) is using adverbs.  The examples below are set up in […]

Adjectives – Writing Practice

   Adjectives Writing can be difficult for all beginners.  Hands can ache, minds can loose ideas.  Learning how to write with more detail can help develop young writers’ skills.  A good place to start when trying to develop “super” sentences (ones with more detail) is using adjectives.  The examples below are set up in groups […]

The Weather Unit – Journal Activity

A Weather Journal   Objective:  Students will show their understanding of the weather unit by writing a detailed journal entry comparing 3 different locations across the country.   Materials: –       Journal or Notebook Paper –       Computer and Internet –       What I have Learned Chart (from Lesson 1)   Procedure: Fill in the “What Have I […]