Good to use with different equations or fractions. "I have who has goes with "I have who has etc. Or you can use formulas where one half is the equation, the other is the answer and they have to find each other.
I'm only going to have the students pull the first part of the sentence and a conjunction word. They will then have to write the second part of the sentence making sure it makes sense with the first part.
"Compound Word Activity - Have children write two words on the outside flaps and open to see how they combine to form a new word from Raise A Boy." This is a great activity when teaching compound words and how to figure out the meaning of large words.
Making Compound Words (Picture Word+Cards and Worksheets) from Teach Super on Teachers Notebook com This product contains two sets/ lists of compound word picture cards and bonus worksheets/activities.
Materials: paper, word cards Create a shutter fold and cut slits to make 4 flaps on each side. Students will write and illustrate the words that they used to create their compound word. Then they will open both flaps and illustrate the compound word.