Practice makes perfect...especially when it comes to figuring out those tricky irregular plural forms! In this practice worksheet, your students will use context to fill in the plural form of these irregular nouns.
With a tendency to focus on the negative, it's helpful to learn how to cultivate feelings of positivity, joy, and calmness. Children will practice seeing the bright side as a way to improve self-awareness, manage stress, and build social emotional skills.
Encourage your second graders to develop a well-reasoned argument about the length of recesses with this writing prompt and rubric. Students can use the pre-writing planner to develop their argument, then they'll write out their opinion on page two.
Word puzzles are an effective and entertaining way to practice irregular past tense verbs with your students. Let your budding wordsmiths have fun reviewing those tricky past tense verbs with this crossword puzzle!
Use this template as a starting place for your students to hone their writing and editing skills. First, they'll have to convince someone to take a trip to a place of their choosing, then they'll edit their piece before rewriting.
Everyone's heard the story of the ugly duckling, but have you met his new friend, the beastly bird? Help students learn about the importance of transition words when telling a story with this fun tale of outcasts who become fast friends!