It's about time, teachers, for another preview of --
Last week I highlighted a phonics sort for young learners, The Green Giraffe. Now have a peek at something for upper grade students...
This FREE set of cards challenges your students to use their critical thinking skills to create word relationships.
Here's how Triads work: find a word that can be added to each of the words on the Triads.
The common word comes before or after each of the 3 words to make a familiar phrase or a compound word. In this example, the common word for the Triad is CAT; CAT litter, CATnap, and black CAT.
All of the answers for this deck are fill in the blank. So, students type in cat, then hit "Submit," and get instant feedback.
You will absolutely love watching your students' "light bulb" moments.
This is a great activity for a literacy center or enrichment. It could also be used as an anchor or sponge activity. Fast finishers love this challenge! So, why not give them a try? If you like this challenge, try the next deck:
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