Grammar skills are important and should be taught and reinforced… however, traditional lessons and activities can be such a bore for students (and teachers)! Get your students up and moving around the classroom while they reinforce valuable grammar skills with this fun and simple Write the Room Activity for adverbs that tell how!
This Resource Includes:
- 18 Numbered Cards that address the grammar skill without sacrificing fun! You can use as a Write the Room Activity, Scoot Game, or center activity! I’ve included a color and a black and white version you can print on colored paper to save ink!
- A Recording Sheet that is simple to understand and use. Your students can record their answers on this sheet. This gives your students accountability for their learning and helps you see which students are “getting it” and which need more support.
- An Answer Key you can use to check your students’ work or give to them to check their own work!
This Resource is for teachers who want to include a brief and intentional grammar activity in their school day.
What Teachers are saying About My Write the Room Grammar Activities
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “We are learning about this grammar skill and it is perfect. The options are more than just write the room. I can use this material for a small group intervention.” –Kim W.
“Thanks for this engaging activity. I love that kids are up, moving, reading, writing and learning. What a great combination!” –Anne G.
“This was a great tool to use to review adverbs! I have never seen first graders so excited about grammar.” – Elizabeth P.
“A great resource for reinforcing adverbs related to time. Very well done- thank you.” –Kathleen W.
Why Use Write the Room Activities for Grammar?
Grammar lessons are included in my district’s reading program- but the activities are dull and teacher driven. I wanted to create versatile activities for my students that would hit upon the skill I was trying to teach without sacrificing a ton of time during our busy day. I also wanted a predictable activity that my students would be able to complete independently without interrupting me while I worked with other students.
Write the Room activities are always a hit with my students. They are so easy to prep and kids LOVE the opportunity to go “hunting” around the room for the cards. Write the Room activities are an easy way to “hack” those more boring (but necessary) objectives.
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