I am planning a workshop for next week! It has been so long since I have put one together, so I am stressing. It is called: Hands On Grammar! The idea is to take the ne CORE curriculum and look at developmentally appropriate application in the classroom. This workshop is quickly blooming into a much bigger task that I expected. I just keep reminding myself that I don’t need to be comprehensive in 1 hour!
I wanted to share some great resources that I have found.
I am working on making magnetic words for kids to create sentences using label stickers and those advertising magnets. Never throw them away! They come in so handy! I will post when I finish. In the mean time I found a great site for online magnetic poetry called: Magnetic Poetry (I know, you didn’t see that one coming!). It has a kids section featuring two different levels. What a fun way to talk about parts of speech and sentence construction. You could buy a kit, but free is always better!
I also wanted to share the idea of foldables during my class. There are great examples of grammar foldables on Pinterest. In mu search, I found this great resources with instructions for 10 different foldables. Check it out!
I was going to share resources for MadLib – they are great for targeting specific parts of speech and having students generate words. Here are some great sites!
I have been working on some fun resources that I will share soon! I just wanted to share a few things I have planned and give away a freebie! Click on the image to grab it for yourself!
Have a wonderful weekend!