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This pattern can be used to review just about anything you happen to be studying. Children will love this activity because they can get down on the floor and move around while making a great big snake.
By writing the problem on one piece and the answer on another piece, your child will have fun matching up the correct pieces and making a long snake. You can use addition, subtraction or multiplication facts, or a question from your lesson. You can reduce the pattern and practice spelling words by writing one letter on each piece.
Your child puts the pieces together to spell out a word. You can also laminate the pieces so that you can use a dry erase marker and change the letters to spell new words, instead of making all new pieces. You can also work on reading skills. Make up sentences with words your child is studying.
Write one word on each snake puzzle piece. Read the sentence to your child and have him put the snake together according to the sentence you just read. You can also use this snake for anything that your child is studying that has an order such as numbers, letters, books of the Bible, counting by certain numbers, alphabetizing, etc.
Before class print out the snake pattern. Line up the body parts as shown in the picture. If you are reviewing math facts write the problem on one end of a snake pattern and then the answer on the corresponding end of the next snake pattern.
On the same piece that you wrote the first answer, write the next problem on the other end. So you will have a problem and an answer on each puzzle piece, like Dominoes.
Member's Great, Big, Sidewalk, Snake Review - If you have a child who has a hard time sitting still, this is a great way to review facts and get a little exercise at the same time. Go outside and draw a giant snake on your drive way or sidewalk with chalk.
Make the snake wide enough to walk on. Tell your child that the snake wants to eat him up. Have him stand at the head of the snake.
If he answers a question correctly, he gets to move into the snake.Fun Writing Games for Kids. Check out these fun writing games for kids. Enjoy a range of free activities, resources and practice exercises related to writing letters, stories, newspapers, debates, advertising and instructions.
Remember to always use your best handwriting so your friend can read your letter. Use proper punctuation, spelling and grammar. Follow the 'Golden Rule' of letter writing: Write only the types of things that you would like to receive in a letter.
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Better Letters: Lesson Plans for Teaching Letter Writing Is letter writing a lost art? This week Education World provides five new lessons to revive student interest in writing friendly letters.
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Kids are guided through the classic children's story of The Lion and the Rat, with an accompanying curriculum that targets each child's understanding of the unique sounds these letters make.