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  • Fruit and Vegetables Word Search

    Published: 28/06/2017
    How many names of fruits and vegetables do your students know? Using this worksheet, students can learn the names of different fruits and vegetables. To enhance the value of the worksheet, encourage s ... Read more
    Source: busyteacher.org
  • Positions - Clip Cards

    Published: 28/06/2017
    Help students learn their prepositions and position words with these handy clip cards. Students can circle, color in, or place a paper clip on the word that best represents the position in the picture ... Read more
    Source: busyteacher.org
  • Common and Proper Nouns

    Published: 28/06/2017
    This worksheet contains the definitions of proper and common nouns.  Additionally, it features a table to fill in with examples of those nouns. The table is divided into places, things and people ... Read more
    Source: busyteacher.org
  • Wh-Question Words Cootie Catcher

    Published: 22/06/2017
    To make question words a bit more fun in class, I designed this cootie catcher for the kids to fold and play with. First they select the color, then the number, and then the number again. When the pro ... Read more
    Source: busyteacher.org
  • Simple Tenses Conversation Questions

    Published: 20/06/2017
    This is a list of several questions designed to help teach verb tenses. The questions are divided into Simple Present, Simple Past, and Simple Future. This worksheet also contains a bunch of Mixed Ten ... Read more
    Source: busyteacher.org
  • At the Pool Word Search

    Published: 20/06/2017
    Cap. Whistle. Lifeguard. Towel. What do all of these words have in common? They are all words related to the pool. Look at the list of words. How quickly can you find all of the words in the list? Rem ... Read more
    Source: busyteacher.org
  • Write It Thrice! A Spelling Activity

    Published: 20/06/2017
    The best way to learn how to spell new words is to write them down. On this worksheet, students will practice writing each new word three times. First, they'll write it normal. Then they'll write it p ... Read more
    Source: busyteacher.org
  • WH Questions: Who? What?

    Published: 19/06/2017
    Who did that? What did you say? Many questions begin with the words "who" and "what." Read each question and choose the correct answer. Once you have answered all of the questions, try coming up with ... Read more
    Source: busyteacher.org
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