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  • Use this 'Rules and Practice: Prefixes - EX' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Rules and Practice: Prefixes - EX'. This mini-unit introduces the prefix EX and provides several pages of varied and fun practice.
  • Word strips of the prefix "ex", paired with sixteen root words. Includes a black printed card of each set and a color coded set, with the prefix green, the root brown. Also, includes one example of the suffix "ed", which is colored red.
  • Use the graph to illustrate the data you have collected on the Solar System. Choose categories (ex. size, shape) and fill in the graph accordingly.
  • Cut out the pages of the booklet. Find or draw pictures of Christmas objects to match the shapes (ex. "circle" = Christmas ornament).
  • "Ex libris ___________" Four to a page.
  • "Ex libris ___________" Four to a page.
  • 6 pages of rhyming picture cards with words (-at sound words, -oo sound words, -og sound words, -an sound words). These cards can be used to teach rhyming sounds to younger children and spelling variations to older children (ex: BLUE and STEW).
  • 6 pages of rhyming picture cards with words (-un sound words, -en sound words, -op sound words, -ot sound words). These cards can be used to teach rhyming sounds to younger children and spelling variations to older children (ex: WON and ONE).
  • 6 pages of rhyming picture cards with words (-ay sound words, -uck sound words, -oon sound words). These cards can be used to teach rhyming sounds to younger children and spelling variations to older children (ex: NEIGH and RAY).
  • 6 pages of rhyming picture cards with words (-ack sound words, -ake sound words). These cards can be used to teach rhyming sounds to younger children and spelling variations to older children (ex: CAKE and TOOTHACHE).
  • 6 pages of rhyming picture cards with words (-ale sound words, -ix sound words, -ax sound words). These cards can be used to teach rhyming sounds to younger children and spelling variations to older children (ex: TAIL and VEIL).
  • 6 pages of rhyming picture cards with words (-ame sound words, -am sound words, -ar sound words, -ank sound words). These cards can be used to teach rhyming sounds to younger children and spelling variations to older children (ex: CLAIM and BLAME).
  • 6 pages of rhyming picture cards with words (-eek sound words, -ell sound words, -ob sound words). These cards can be used to teach rhyming sounds to younger children and spelling variations to older children (ex: LEAK, LEEK and SHRIEK).
  • 6 pages of rhyming picture cards with words (-ap sound words, -ass sound words, -ed sound words). These cards can be used to teach rhyming sounds to younger children and spelling variations to older children (ex: BED and DEAD).
  • 6 pages of rhyming picture cards with words (-eem sound words, -end sound words, -em sound words, -een sound words). These cards can be used to teach rhyming sounds to younger children and spelling variations to older children (ex: FRIEND and BEND).
  • 6 pages of rhyming picture cards with words (-ent sound words, -eep sound words, -est sound words). These cards can be used to teach rhyming sounds to younger children and spelling variations to older children (ex: CHEAP and CHEEP).
  • Use this 'Rhyming Cards with pictures (set 11)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Rhyming Cards with pictures (set 11)'. 6 pages of rhyming picture cards with words (-ea words and -ee words). These cards can be used to teach rhyming sounds to younger children and spelling variations to older children (ex: CHEER and DEAR).
  • Use this 'Bookmarks: Animal Similes (ESL)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Bookmarks: Animal Similes (ESL)'. Illustrated bookmarks with animal similes, ex. “quiet as a mouse.” Learn vocabulary and folk culture along with these figures of speech.
  • A sample calendar and questions to help students understand how to read a calendar. Ex. "How many days in this month, in total?"
  • A sample calendar and questions designed to help students understand a calendar. Ex. "What day of the week is the 7th?"
  • A sample calendar and questions designed to help students understand a calendar. Ex. "How many Mondays in this month?"
  • A set of color illustrated labels of 33 book subject areas/ Ex. Famous Americans, Amphibians, Geography.