Wordle.net creates these colorful, attention grabbing graphics from word lists you supply. This wordle image was created from a list of springtime words, but there are many possibilities. Here are a few suggestions for using word clouds in the classroom. [...Continue]
Careful reading involves asking questions. Use this worksheet to answer the questions Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How as you read.
Write the word, synonyms, antonyms and associations. In the associations box put pictures or concepts that help you remember the definition.
Explore the consequences of an event by writing the cause in the box near the roots of the tree. Then write the effects in the boxes in the branches. This could be used in history, science or with the events in a story.
Print these large cursive handwriting pages, then tape them together to make an alphabet letters banner.
This file contains 13 pages with all 26 letters. Print these pages, then tape them together to make an alphabet letters banner.
This is a Venn diagram comparison organizer for a story character and a student. On the left side, write characteristics for the main character in the story. On the right side, writes characteristics for the student. In the middle, write the characteristics they share.