In this activity students sort a variety of synonyms using a fun popcorn theme. Students select the correct synonyms from the pile of popcorn pieces and attach them to the popcorn package mat. There are four synonyms for each word that students will match.
Teachers can give students one of these landform crosswords or word finds for students to practice the new vocabulary. This is a fun and engaging way for teachers to help students better retain the definitions.
The kids really loved the autonomy and it was stress free for me! Basically, I just typed up each student's name on a sheet of paper & laminated it. I placed each sheet in a literacy station/tub along with an expo marker. The kids knew that only 2 kids were allowed to work at a station/tub at one time, but they had the choice to go to any tub they wanted. When they got there, they used the Expo to mark their names off the list.
Think Boards are a great, visual device for helping children to solve math word problems. They encourage the use of different strategies to solve the problems. Armed with the knowledge and experience of using a variety of strategies, the children will start to make their own decisions as to the most appropriate strategy for them to use at any one time. The word problems in this package deal with subtraction using numbers to twenty. They are all “Result Unknown” problems.
With this board game, learners will practise using frequency adverbs and expressions (Present simple) in an enjoyable way. Every square provides a picture clue (or some words). Every time a correct answer is given, the game can be used as a communicative activity whereby players ask each follow-up questions. LetÂ´s make learning fun! - ESL worksheets