Monday, 17 August 2015

Building Back to School: Language Tools

Are you looking for some language tools for Back to School?  I have linked up with Denise from #Teachermom.  She is running a Back to School Tools linkup for the next few weeks.



This week focuses on Language tools and I am all for playing game to reinforce language concepts.

My students knew where the games were kept and once they completed their work they would go and select a language or math game and would play quietly until the end of the lesson.  I would often sort the games which they could choose, selecting those that would soon be tested or where students struggled.

Here are some examples of the language games which I had in my class.  All of them can be found in my TpT store (Click on the image for the direct link).

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Possessive-Apostrophe-Bingo-by-Margaux-Langenhoven-1085282


https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Simple-Tense-Board-Game-1804337https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Prepositions-board-game-1092642

I also have a special game which I created for Back to School.  I have just uploaded it can you can grab it for only $2 for the first 24 hours.

http://bit.ly/1UO2VXW

You may also be interested to know that There will be another ONE day only sale at TPT.  You can get up to 28% off everything in my store.  Don't for get to leave feedback on past purchases to earn some TPT credits.

Visit my store by clicking here.



By entering the Giveaway, you stand a chance to win the Prepositions Board Game.  You can enter below.

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Remember to visit the other bloggers involved to view their Back to School Language Tools and enter their giveaways.


5 comments:

  1. Love the games! Grammar made fun! Love it!

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  2. These games are great. What a great tool to get your students engaged. Thanks for sharing these ideas.

    Jessica
    Notes From the Portable

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  3. Oh and I wanted you to know that for some reason your rafflecoppter links don't work.

    Jessica

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  4. Thanks Jessica, I have sorted it out now - won't make that mistake again. But I guess that's how one learns. Thanks again.

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  5. I love that "Getting to Know You" board game! What a great idea for the beginning of the year! I bet the kids love that chance to chat with a buddy about themselves.
    Thanks for sharing,
    Sarah :)

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