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Context Clues Craftivity

Students always need practice using context clues when reading. Teach five types of context clues with this reading activity: definition, synonym (restatement), antonym (contrast), example, and inference. Students read ten sentences and determine the meaning of the underlined words AND the type of context clue they used to identify the meaning. The finished product makes a great reading bulletin board.


free printable. "About Me This Year". Help remember your child's likes and dislikes. Great for older children to fill out themselves or younger children to be interviewed.


Week 3: ABSTRACT NOUNS Word List. I know when coming up with my own word activities, all the words escape my head. Here's a helpful list, that will help that if it happen to you, too. From Free Teacher Worksheets.


Name graph. Math and Literacy combined activity. As children grow developmentally can do same activity with last names. Great for learning about graphing! You could definitely adapt for each grade level depending upon the skill being used (i.e. you could have 4th or 5th graders create line plots, pie charts, etc.)


Empathy In A (Shoe) Box - Teach your caring classroom kiddos to walk in one another's shoes {literally and figuratively} with this shoebox activity.


Context Clues Activity: 36 Context Clues Task Cards for Grades 4-5 (Clip & Flip)

Context Clues 'Clip and Flip' Cards contains 36 self-correcting cards to help students practice determining the meaning of unknown words in context. These cards cover four common types of context clues: definition, antonym, synonym, inference.