Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Daily Grammar: Lose vs. Loose

Choose the correct word to complete the sentence.

1. I am afraid that we might lose/loose the game.
2. I am trying to lose/loose weight.
3. My tooth is lose/loose; I need to go to the dentist.

1. lose
2. lose
3. loose

Monday, November 9, 2015

Lose vs. Loose

This mini poster will help you remember the difference.
You can download this mini poster for free on Teachers Pay Teachers.

Saturday, November 7, 2015

Friday, November 6, 2015

Daily Grammar: Action Verbs

Identify the action verbs in the following sentences.

1. She ran to the store.
2. She ate a hamburger for dinner.
3. She lives in Connecticut.
4. She loves scary movies.
5. She laughed at the silly puupy.

1. ran
2. ate
3. lives
4. loves
5. laughed

5. I saw him yesterday.

Thursday, November 5, 2015

Daily Grammar: To vs. Too

1. I went to/too the store yesterday.
2. This soup is to/too cold.
3. You need to/too forgive your sister.
4. Don't forget about me; I want to/too go to/too.
5. To/too whom much is given, much is expected.

1. to
2. too
3. to
4. too
5. to

Free Grammar Worksheet: They're, There, and Their

You can find this worksheet on Teachers Pay Teachers.

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Daily Grammar It's vs. Its

Choose its or it’s

It’s= it is
Its shows ownership/possession.

1.     It’s/its raining outside.
2.     The United States is known for it’s/its wealth.
3.     Its/It’s time to go home.

1.     It’s
2.     its
3.   It's

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

There, They're, and Their

Chose the correct word to complete the sentence.

1. There/They’re/Their mother likes to shop at Piggly Wiggly.
2. There/They’re/Their going to Piggly Wiggly tomorrow.
3.There/They’re/Their cousin likes to shop there/they’re/their also.

1. Their
2. They’re
3. Their; there

Grammar Worksheet: Was and Were

This worksheet is great for students who struggle with using was and were correctly.
The worksheet can be found at Teachers Pay Teachers.

Monday, November 2, 2015

Nonfiction Article with Reading Comprehension Questions: Orcas

You can find this article at Teachers Pay Teachers.

Daily Grammar: Was and Were

Choose either was or were.

1.     They was/were going the store.
2.     The children was/were going to the movies.
3.     The dog was/were playing with the ball.
4.     April and Sharron was/were going to the store.
5.     The puppies hiding under the table was/were in trouble.

1. were
2. were
3. was
4. were 
5. were

Sunday, November 1, 2015

Free Thanksgiving Wordsearch Activity

I found this on Teachers Pay Teachers; check it out!

Free High Interest Short Story with Multiple Choice Questions

Free: For a limited time
At first, Scruffy is excited when he hears that his family is going on vacation.  However, he soon learns that he is not going with his family to the beach.

This story includes multiple-choice questions and a research activity.

Free Story is available for a limited time on Teachers Pay Teachers