This 22 slide PowerPoint gives the common rules for the correct spelling of plurals. Each rule is accompanied by two example words that follow the rule when they are changed from their singular form. At the conclusion, of this presentation the students must correctly complete a table providing either the singular or plural form of the word given.
There are pages for My Earliest Memory, My Favorite Memory, and three different acrostic poem outlines included.
The clip art varies by using different ethnic groups, a male figure alone with ties, a male figure by himself, a male figure with a female child, and a male figure with male child. This way each child can complete the packet which best describes their life and relationships. Included are 8 different cover pages to allow the writing to be made into a writing gift booklet if you choose.
Father's Day Writing Packet
Homophone & Commonly Confused Four-In-A-Row PowerPoint Game
This 37-slide PowerPoint game has students choosing the correct word to complete each sentence. This can be a two-person game or a classroom game. One side is red and one is black. It is a fun game to play using the white board on can be used on a computer and played by two students.
If the team gets the correct answer, they get the marker representing their color. If they are wrong, the other side gets the marker. The goal is to get four of their color discs in a row.
The questions on this game deal with homophones and commonly confused words. This is fun practice of words for mandated testing as well as for words students need for life!
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This PowerPoint game has students determining either the least common multiple (LCM) or the greatest common factor (GCF).
Students often confuse the two, so on many of the slides both the GCF and the LCM are given as possible answers.
The players will work with the relationship between two numbers and sometimes three numbers while playing.
To add a sense of fun to this review, the skill of logic is added to the game with the addition of a tic-tac-toe game.
The use of this interactive game adds a sense of fun to the practicing of these necessary skills for fractions. This game is great for a quick review for the whole class or on a computer for two students to play against each other.
This is a read-only game.
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The addition of playing tic-tic-toe adds a sense of fun to the review of these skills.
The game is included in both the 03 and 07 PowerPoint read-only versions and the worksheet and answer are in a pdf.
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