Simple past tense
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Irregular past tense verbs for any level of learner! The main activity includes before and after picture cards of children performing various actions. The other activities are interactive and broken up into past tense verb patterns so you are able to teach in a logical manner. The packet includes over 100 different irregular verbs!
Students will read a verb from a set of over 90 irregular verbs and then correctly recite the past tense and past participle forms. If answered correctly their team will march along the field towards the goal line for a touchdown! Extra yards could even be awarded for spelling the forms correctly! Game can be produced as a whole group activity as well as a small group game.
This Easter Free Adapted Book, "Where is Chicky Hiding?" is an interactive book teaches prepositions or positional words and reinforces colors and color words. In this activity, the teacher or therapist reads the story as the students identify Chicky's 's position in relation to each colored Easter egg on each page. Students will match a position or preposition card to each page as the teacher reads.
Use these literacy centers with your 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom or home school students to practice your ELA grammar skills throughout the seasons of the school year. You get spring flower puzzles, fall pumpkin puzzles, and snowman winter puzzles. Topics include contractions, plural nouns, compound words, irregular verbs, synonyms, and antonyms. These are great for early or fast finishers, test prep, review, small group work, centers, stations, enrichment, and more. Get them now!