Parts of Speech F.U.N.! - Simply Skilled in Second

Parts of Speech F.U.N.!


Hi Friends...Teaching about parts of speech is one of my favorite things to teach about....I think it's because after I teach them...I MAKE sure they use "juicy" adjectives and adverbs in their sentences.  It makes for a happy teacher :)

I always start teaching parts of speech using a mentor text.  These mentor texts are ADORBS and they rhyme as well.  The kids LOVE them!

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Here is a blog that has links to GREAT Parts of Speech videos that I show on the Smartboard.


Then on to the FUN STUFF... I am not a huge fan of typical worksheets.  I like to add a little bit of interactive fun into the different skills that I teach in my classroom.  My kids ADORE the flip flap books that I give them!  They literally want to do one for EVERYTHING! I actually can't keep up with them.  You know what else they learn from making my flip flap books???  HOW TO CUT!
Holy Cannoli...it makes me a wee bit crazy that my second graders have difficulty cutting in second grade, but by November they are TRAINED on how to cut straight and NEATLY! :)

Here are the flip flap books that we do and how I put them together....






SADSVILLE!!!  I can't find the pictures of my Verb books :(

After we finish all of our Parts of Speech Flip Flap Books, we adhere them to construction paper booklets and staple it on the left side.  It makes for a beautiful display of their hard-work and effort.  I actually received three e-mails from parents telling me how great they thought their child's parts of speech book was!
One HAPPY TEACHER right here!!!  :)





So...this is how I teach parts of speech to my students...they really have fun with it and at the end they have a wonderful book with all of your hard-work!

If you wanna check out this unit, head on over to my TPT Shop to check it out! Click the image below to head on over :)



Thanks for stopping by :)

Hugs,
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2 comments

  1. I agree with your note about not being a huge fan of worksheets. They have their purpose, but many students in today's digital age are seeking more input in how they learn. Smiles and stop by anytime.

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  2. I am sure that my hands-on seconds will love these activities! Thanks for all of your creative work in making these great resources! :O)

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