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Reyes Family Fire Relief Fund

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Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Mon, 14 Sep 2020 15:31:00 +0000

?Reyes Family Fire Relief Fund

Hello to everyone?????


I just wanted to thank everyone who has been reaching out to us since last Tuesday.  Yes, my family and I are safe and we still have a house!  The fires in Southern Oregon have decimated our community. 


So much loss, trauma, and tragedy.


I am reaching out and sharing a Go Fund Me page for 3 families I have the honor of knowing.  I have taught their children over the years and watched their successes and accomplishments.  In the blink of an eye all was lost as their trailers and belongs burnt to the ground.


 

Click Below if you would like to donate now:

https://gf.me/u/yyc38d

 

If you can, please share this 'Go Fund Me page' on your social media, email or blogs.


The smallest donations are appreciated.


I would love to offer some hope to these 3 families as they struggle through the unthinkable.


 Click Below if you would like to donate now:

https://gf.me/u/yyc38d



With much love  ? and appreciation,


Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Sun, 13 Sep 2020 17:31:00 +0000

Distance Learning: What Parents Need to Know!

Back to School!         

click here for your free copy 


 
                


Tuesday my district goes live on line with students! We are all so excited, but nervous, too.

I wanted to start my school year out helping parents organize and prepare for the first days of school, at home!  Here are some tips, tricks and ideas I shared with my student's parents.  

What Parents Need to Know About Distance Learning 
 
Build a strong relationship with your child?s teacher.  Call, email or text your child?s teacher and introduce yourself.  Tell the teacher about your child, and your family.  Ask what you can do to help her/him and ask what you should do when you need help. 
 
Set and keep a daily school schedule and routine at home.    Students thrive when routines and schedules are followed strictly.  Consistent routines create an atmosphere that allows children to feel secure and know what to expect.  Remember to include in your daily schedule breaks at regular times for stretching, snacks, lunch and physical movement outside when possible.  Create a plan and
stick to it!
  
Locate or create a space in your home for each individual child.  This is where they will do their distant learning and school work. Organize the the space by making sure the materials your child needs are easily accessible and within reach.  Limit distractions between children in the same room by using headphones, computer privacy screens or poster boards.  Desks, tables or other working spaces, which are in the same room, need to be positioned back to back to minimize distractions and horseplay! J
  
Many parents feel like they need to teach or reteach distant learning lessons.  Let the teacher do the teaching and help your children if they struggle by having a conversation about what your child understands and does not understand about the lesson.  Help your child explain their thinking about the lesson and see if they can sort out their thinking on their own.  Sometimes kids just need a sounding board.  If your child is still stuck, contact the teacher.

click here for your free copy   

Ask for help. Don?t be reluctant to contact teachers, reach out to other parents, or family and friends.  We are all coping right now with similar worries, frustrations and problems. By reaching out to each other we build a strong foundation for our own family and the families in our community. 
 
Encourage reading. Read with your children.  You can read books, recipes, newspapers or magazines.  The point is just to read everyday with your children.
 
Set clear expectations with your family.  Have a family meeting and come prepared to share your expectations for school with your children.  Explain that school is still school even when distant learning and that you expect the best effort from your children.   Establish realistic consequences for your children if their schoolwork has not been completed in a timely manner.  Hold weekly family meetings to talk about your families agreed upon expectations.  Consider how those expectations were met. If the expectation has not been met, calmly give the consequence that you established if schoolwork was not done.   Be consistent.  Keep everyone in the family connect with student education and achievement with these important family interactions.

 
Provide feedback.  Kids love stickers, stars, praise and positive reinforcement.  Remember to always praise the behavior you are looking for (?Wow! I am impressed with how you made sure to use your best handwriting when writing your story!? versus ?good job on that story.?)
  
Model patience, perseverance, understanding and compassion.  Covid-19 has created unprecedented stress in many if not most families.  Now is the time to teach your child patience, understanding and compassion.  Talk about perseverance and different strategies to create it when doing schoolwork.  Let your children know that taking a break when frustration comes in is a great skill to learn, but the real life skill is going back to a job and getting it finished!
 
Don?t forget to have fun.  Kids are kids and love to learn through play.  Make games and fun activities out of school work.  Ask your children how they could make up a game to help them with some of their assignments.  Make if fun to learn.
 
Keep track of assignments.  Make a schedule and post it on the refrigerator.  Review it together with your children each morning and set goals.
 
Encourage writing by asking your children to keep a diary or journal.  Make a homemade journal and teach your kiddos how to keep a diary.  Integrate writing into real life home activities.  These writing activities are great in English or your native language.
  
Promote conversation in any language.  Ask your child what they did today at school what was the most interesting, difficult, important things you learned today.


I am also sharing it with you, too! (click here for your free copy).  


Send this list home to take the first steps in assisting parents in making a successful transition to distance learning!


click here for your free copy 


All my best,








Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Fri, 04 Sep 2020 09:40:00 +0000

?? ZOOM and Online Distance Learning Classroom Rules and Etiquette ??


Hello everyone!

Many of us are getting ready for Distance Learning.  We know that both students and teachers reap the rewards when best practices are used.  Therefore, I decided to write down some Best Practices for Distance Learning that I wanted to remember and engage in.  I thought I would share my list with you!




My Best Practices in Distance Learning

 

·     Explicitly teach expectations and engagement

·     Describe expectations for online participation, communication, and etiquette

·     Get students into the habit of participating

·     Make online learning as interactive as possible

·     Balance synchronous and asynchronous learning

·     Give students choices

·     Engage students with a variety of ways to learn

·     Change your background each week

·     Only use 4 or 5 activities so kids know what to do

These are some of mine (so far).  I would love to hear some of yours!
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ZOOM and Online Distant Learning Classroom Rules and Etiquette
Are you ready to start up your Distance Learning Classroom this fall?

We are here to help!  This colorful poster is engaging to use with your students to teach and review proper Zoom etiquette during the first weeks of school and beyond!
Maintain your classroom expectations using this engaging online poster. 

This set includes 5 posters each with a different center picture that will help you consistently monitor and practice the online etiquette of your students. You can either send this out to your students before you start your lessons as a reminder or display it as you start your daily Zoom lessons as a review.

Perfect for all distance learning platforms!


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Need an ELD pacing guide?



This one is free!

As many of you know, I am a K-5 ELD teacher in Ashland, Oregon.  For many years I did workshops throughout my state for ELD teachers.  Many ELD teachers asked me for a pacing guide so I made this. 

 

Each month has a combination of ELD units and/or grammar components essential for English learners. Again choose some or all of what I have here. Feel free to mix it up to suit you!

 

?If I have a product that contains all or parts of the language I teach during that month I have listed it. All resource images are click-able links for your convenience. Just click on the image you want to see and it will take you to my TPT store.?  I use these products according to language level more than grade level.  Each column represents a language level.  The column has language grammar, forms and functions I teach for that level.  Under the column heading I list products I use to teach those language components.  Some of the products may have a grade level on it, but I have used it at that language level based on the language I am teaching students at that level.

 

Happy Teaching!





Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Thu, 27 Aug 2020 21:29:00 +0000

?Time for TPT\'s Back to School BONUS ? Sale!?

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Time for TPT's Back to School BONUS ? Sale!

Hello Teachers!
Happy August! 

 Are you ready to head back to school?? I am! 

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This engaging intermediate K-5 English language level bundle is packed with essential EFL, ESL and ELD activities for your English Language Learners (ELLs). 

The 26 resources in this K-5 bundle will take you through the school year assured that you are teaching the essential foundation of English grammar and vocabulary to your intermediate second language learners. 

 
 
 


Here is another great product (AND it is digital) to start out your year! 
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Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Tue, 18 Aug 2020 10:30:00 +0000

5 Things You\'ve Gotta Do Before School Starts!
Hello everyone,
August has arrived and one way or another we will be in school!  Here are 5 things you gotta do before school starts!

1. )  Take a look
at your pacing guide for the year and gather the supplies, resources and materials you will be needing for at least the 
first month.  Organize your files and your grade book so you have a clear path forward.
Whether in the classroom or distance learning it is time to think about classroom rules and consequences.  

2.)  Make and share the rules you come up with and post them for all to see.  Once you have created your classroom rules and consequences make sure you are consistent with them.  Think about the consequences and make sure they are something you can live with!

3.)  Assemble your substitute plans.  It is not too early.  Once you have your sub plans created you won't have to think twice about them until an unless you need them.

4.)  Get your grade book ready.  Don't wait, this is one of those overlooked things.  Then when you are ready to record your  first assignments it becomes a big chore.  Do it now and you will be grateful later.

5.) Get a letter ready for parents and students.  Make sure that your families know what to expect.  Welcome them to school and talk about your routines and procedures.  Ask for their volunteer help and create a 'team' attitude right from the start of the year.

These 5 things will give you a head start to the school year!

Happy Teaching,




Need an ELD pacing guide?



This one is free!

As many of you know, I am a k-5 ELD teacher in Ashland, Oregon.  For many years I did workshops throughout my state for ELD teachers.  Many ELD teachers asked me for a pacing guide so I made this. 

 

Each month has a combination of ELD units and/or grammar components essential for English learners. Again choose some or all of what I have here. Feel free to mix it up to suit you!

 

?If I have a product that contains all or parts of the language I teach during that month I have listed it. All resource images are click-able links for your convenience. Just click on the image you want to see and it will take you to my TPT store.?  I use these products according to language level more than grade level.  Each column represents a language level.  The column has language grammar, forms and functions I teach for that level.  Under the column heading I list products I use to teach those language components.  Some of the products may have a grade level on it, but I have used it at that language level based on the language I am teaching students at that level.

 

Every classroom is different!? Every teacher teaches differently, and I tried to create this year curriculum map with many different types of classrooms and teachers in mind. I know you may need to tweak this to the needs of your students, classroom, and district . DO IT! Make it work for you. For example, March is testing month for me. If you need to switch months around to meet your testing time, that is just fine. Do what is best for your students in your classroom.

The whole year is planned out for you!

 



Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Fri, 14 Aug 2020 20:34:00 +0000

? Math Vocabulary Cards ? Spanish Freebie

Hello Teachers,

Let's ? celebrate ?  August with  a Spanish Math Vocabulary freebie. 


These Spanish Geometría vocabulary cards are great hands-on Math games and activities for second, third and fourth grades.

They are easy to use in every situation including  math stations, centers, rotations, review, test prep, early or fast finisher activities and more. 

Use these fun and engaging activities with 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade elementary students. 

With easy differentiated options, they fit a variety of learners. 

The critical thinking work for enrichment, GATE, or worksheet alternatives for individual kids, small groups or partners. 

Great for ELD and ESL



Grab yours today! 





Happy Teaching!







(Year 2, 3, 4). #EarlyElementary#MathGames#Geometry #Geometría#Spanish





Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Fri, 07 Aug 2020 12:13:00 +0000

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Hello everyone!

I hope you are all happy and healthy as we start off August.  I have been enjoying summer outside and right now my garden is showing it!




Today is the day! You can save up to 25% at Teachers pay Teachers August 4th and 5th.  


Look for my Digital Activities to get you going on Distance Learning!


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5th Grade Academic Vocabulary ? Distant Learning - Digital Activities ?




Here is how to build academic vocabulary with your 5th graders. Look no further because this IS the vocabulary resource you need to teach vocabulary knowledge.This year long 5th grade vocabulary program includes academic words, word journal pages, vocabulary games, activities, vocabulary tests and assessments?everything you need to raise vocabulary acquisition.


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Happy Teaching and shopping!




Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Tue, 04 Aug 2020 14:58:00 +0000

?Distant Learning Tip
?Distant Learning Tip ?

Provide each family with a list of basic virtual classroom etiquette for your online classes.  Include in your lists things such as, muting microphones, using sidebar chats (if you provide them), adding classes to a google calendar or family calendars.  Don't forget to teach students how to create or use non-distracting backgrounds. Remind them this is both visual and audio distractions.  Non-distracting backgrounds can be as simple as a blank wall. Ask students to leave their device on a table and not to hold or move it around.  Mention to students that the TV and music should be turned off,  pets are out of the room, and there are no distractions in the background (clothes and brothers and sisters). 

Happy Teaching!
Lori






Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Tue, 28 Jul 2020 10:30:00 +0000

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I hope you and your families are doing great and staying safe!  Summer for me and my family includes a lot of hanging at home and in the garden.  The heat of summer just started for us this week...which is very late for us.  The heat has kept us indoors during the afternoons so I decided to throw a sale!  Here you go and happy shopping!

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Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Thu, 23 Jul 2020 10:00:00 +0000

? English Learners and Specific Learning Disability

English Learners and Specific Learning Disability

As ESL ELD teachers we are always worried about misidentification of English learners.  Specific Learning Disability (SLD) is a language and literacy-related disability referring to a psychological processing disorder.  If focuses on understanding or using spoken or written language.   Determining whether an ELL?s learning difficulties are from language or something else is a tangled web. 

Like many ELD teachers, I am often asked questions from teams of teachers and specialists that seek clarification and guidance on deciding how to untangle this web.  This is a recent question/inquiry I received:
?For this little person, since you see other students with ELD needs, would you say her challenges are based on ELD needs or that it?s likely she has a learning disability? Any guidance or advice you could offer in this case would be greatly appreciated.?



As teams of educators ponder how to work best with English Learners they can reflect on a many different approaches.  Here is a preliminary list of considerations I offer our staff:





·      What different types of interventions has she had and what were the outcomes?
·      What kind of differentiation has been used in the classroom?
·      Has she been in classrooms with a teacher who has been trained in SIOP?
·   Consider whether the learning environment appropriately supports or has supported the student and her/his language needs.
·      Use the data supplied here to examine student language development and performance.
·      Conference with parents to see what THEY are noticing about their child.  Ask questions about the child?s language abilities in both English and and the native language.  This is important because students who do not have a solid foundation in their first language struggle much more when learning English.  Does the student have a strong native language?
·      Analyze student data to compare student progress in relation to peers who are making typical progress over time.
·      Where are the gaps?  If a phonics assessment has been made look for sounds/letter combinations that were incorrect.  Are those errors that are sounds or combinations that are different or nonexistent in the native language?





I would love to hear what considerations you offer your school teams when working with ELLs.

Happy Teaching!

   

  

Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Thu, 16 Jul 2020 18:11:00 +0000

? Masking Techniques ?

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? Masking Techniques ?

Hello Teacher World,

Recently a classroom teacher asked me about tips or suggestions I had for English Language Learners that have developed masking techniques to cover their lack of oral language understanding during lessons.  Do you have students that use masking techniques when they do not understanding something?  Students often use words like 'got it', 'right', or 'okay' to exemplify their quick attempt to show they understand )whether or not they truly do.)


  








The avoidance of class work typically goes hand in hand with not understanding exactly what they are to do.
 Here are my suggestions:
  • ?     Keep instructions to one or two step directions
  • ?     Have students repeat to you what they are supposed to do
  •  ?  Pre-teach when possible 
  •  ?  Make assignments and instructions as visual as possible
  •  ?    Build in group work when possible
  •  ?   Scaffold
  •   ?  Use sentence frames
  •   ?  Look at the language in the assignments and check for the language that confuses second language learners:
                   ?  Idioms ? a frog in my throat
                 ?  Prepositional phrases - Common prepositional phrase            examples include about, after, at, before, behind, by, during, for, from, in, of, over, past, to, under, up, and with... examples:    Check in, check out, check over, check out, etc.

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Click here to see our Fun To Teach resources!

Happy Teaching,



Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Mon, 13 Jul 2020 11:00:00 +0000

??Win $100 ???? ??

Hello teachers!
Ready for some PayPal cash?



It is easy as pie to enter!

Just visit the Fun To Teach store and become a follower the 


Step one:  Click on the link below
Click on the link, a Rafflecopter giveaway,  to earn the raffle ticket entries.  (You may have to wait a minute for it to appear on your computer.)  The $100 PayPal CA Giveaway will end at 12:00 A.M. on August 3, 2020 Pacific Time.

Step two:  
Find the Fun To Teach store and click on the link and follow the Fun To Teach store!

To earn one entry, click the FOLLOW ME button and type OK in the box.  If you are already following this TpT Store, write the number of followers this TpT Store has in the box.

Good luck!
I hope you are a winner!??????




The winner will be announced at our blog, The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs - http://www.thebestofteacherentrepreneurs.ne
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Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Mon, 06 Jul 2020 20:29:00 +0000

? Sending out some love ? TPT Appreciation Sale!
?Hello everyone, 
I hope you and your families are well and happy.  Teachers pay Teachers has sent out some great news.  They are having an appreciation sale!  
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It is time to get inspired and Teachers Pay Teachers is the place to find your inspiration!





Pop over to the Fun To Teach Store and stock up on products that will inspire you and ignite your teaching!




Check out some of our best selling products! ??

 

 








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Happy Spring!


Happy Teaching! 

?Lori


Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Mon, 04 May 2020 11:00:00 +0000

?Monday\'s Quote! ?

?Monday's Quote just for you! 



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Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Mon, 30 Mar 2020 11:00:00 +0000

? Check out this learning app!
Hello everyone ?????
I hope you and your families are healthy and happy.   There seems to be more time right now to check out the learning apps that are available.  Here is one I found.


Khan Academy Kids has apps by grade level that look very interesting.  Check out the apps and let me know what you think!  Here is what their website says:
Children can learn reading, language, writing, math, social-emotional development, problem-solving skills, and motor development. Open-ended activities and games like drawing, storytelling, and coloring encourage creativity and self-expression. A cast of adorable animal characters will guide children through lessons, and our adaptive learning path will customize their experience to help them master different skills.
Khan Academy Kids is completely free, forever
? no ads and no subscriptions necessary. And we?re always adding new content to keep kids engaged, including books and songs from Super Simple Songs®, Bellwether Media, and National Geographic Young Explorer Magazine.


Let me know what apps you are finding!  I would love to hear from you!

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My best,
Lori 


 















































Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Thu, 26 Mar 2020 11:00:00 +0000

?Monday\'s Quote! ?

?Happy Monday to you!
Make it the best of days!?

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Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Mon, 23 Mar 2020 11:00:00 +0000

Great Remote Learning Websites for Elementary Kids
Hello everyone,
Wherever you are, my wish is that you and your family will remain safe from the COVID-19 virus.

As we teachers scramble to create remote and distant learning opportunities for our students I thought I would compile a list of great remote learning websites for elementary kids.  

Please feel free to download it and send this list home to families.  Click here to download.  


I also put together a Kindergarten remote learning package.
Check it out here!

Warm regards,
Lori 


Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Mon, 16 Mar 2020 16:59:00 +0000

?Monday\'s Quote! ?
?Monday's quote just for you! 

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?Happy Teaching 



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Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Mon, 16 Mar 2020 11:00:00 +0000

? What to do when a student is using masking techniques!





Recently a classroom teacher asked me about tips or suggestions I had for English Language Learners that have developed masking techniques to cover their lack of oral language understanding during lessons.
Do you have students that use masking techniques when they  do not understand something.  Students often  use words like 'got it,  ?right?, or 'okay' to exemplify their quick attempt to show they understand (whether or not they truly do).  The avoidance of class work typically goes hand in hand with not understanding exactly what they are to do.
 Here are my suggestions:
  • ?     Keep instructions to one or two step directions
  • ?     Have students repeat to you what they are supposed to do
  •  ?  Pre-teach when possible 
  •  ?  Make assignments and instructions as visual as possible
  •  ?    Build in group work when possible
  •  ?   Scaffold
  •   ?  Use sentence frames
  •   ?  Look at the language in the assignments and check for the language that confuses second language learners:
                   ?  Idioms ? a frog in my throat
                 ?  Prepositional phrases - Common prepositional phrase            examples include about, after, at, before, behind, by, during, for, from, in, of, over, past, to, under, up, and with... examples:    Check in, check out, check over, check out, etc.

Happy Teaching,





Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Tue, 10 Mar 2020 10:30:00 +0000

?Monday\'s Quote! ?

?Good Monday Morning to you all!

I hope you are smiling and ready to start your week.

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Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Mon, 09 Mar 2020 11:00:00 +0000

? Phrasal Verbs and Academic Vocabulary equivalents
Hello everyone ??Let's talk about Phrasal Verbs!  

Phrasal Verbs are very common in oral English, their understanding is essential for communication and reading comprehension. Furthermore, when writing formally there are two reasons we strive to use the academic or formal equivalents of Phrasal Verbs.
  • First, Phrasal Verbs are highly idiomatic. Formal writing uses Standard English and avoids figurative language and slang.
  • Secondly, when writing formally in English precise vocabulary is expected.
Since Phrasal Verbs often have multiple meanings they can be difficult to understand and impede the meaning. Teaching your students the Academic vocabulary for Phrasal Verbs will enlarge their vocabulary and improve their formal English writing! Academic Vocabulary - Informal - Formal Vocabulary - Phrasal Verbs Click here to view this product!

You say put off,
We say postpone,
You say call up,
We say phone.

If you are thinking about teaching academic vocabulary to your students check out my Fun To Teach resource that will save you time and ensure you are easily reaching and teaching your students about phrasal verbs and academic vocabulary!

Meet Common Core standards and raise the academic vocabulary level of your students with this 102-page unit on Informal and Formal Academic Vocabulary - Phrasal Verbs and the corresponding Academic Vocabulary.

This academic Vocabulary grammar unit covers 32 different Phrasal Verbs and the Academic vocabulary that corresponds with each one. Phrasal verbs are verbs that contain more than one word and there are hundreds of English Phrasal Verbs such as: think over (consider), set up (establish), and put up with (tolerate).

This comprehensive academic vocabulary unit contains color and black & white academic vocabulary word wall cards, game cards, activities, a song and games based on phrasal verbs and their academic language equivalents.

Click here to view this product!

Reproducible academic language black lines included in this package:

?32 Phrasal Verb word wall cards
?32 Academic Vocabulary word wall cards
?Game cards and board
?Song lyrics
?Assessments
?Lesson plans and activities

Academic vocabulary word cards are reproducible in color or print in black and white.

Happy Teaching!

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Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Sat, 07 Mar 2020 19:16:00 +0000

?Monday\'s Quote! ?
?Hello Teachers!
It is Monday and time for a quote to start your week off right!  Wait maybe we need 2 this week! :)












Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Mon, 02 Mar 2020 12:00:00 +0000

?Monday\'s Quote! ?
?Good morning to you and Happy Monday! ?

Here is a quote to start off your week.

Happy Teaching!


Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Mon, 24 Feb 2020 12:00:00 +0000

?Monday\'s Quote! ?
?Hello everyone!
The definition of quote is to repeat someone else's statement, phrases or thoughts.

Here is today's!





?Happy Teaching!

Lori 



Author : noreply@blogger.com (Fun To Teach)
Publ.Date : Mon, 17 Feb 2020 12:00:00 +0000