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FREE Contraction Printables

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Contraction Anchor Chart ~ Start with a few examples and have kids find more from their reading to add to the class chart.

{Free} Contraction Word Sort and Word Match

Contractions are often difficult for students so as much practice as they can get the better! In this activity students will match contractions to their correct word pairs. Students will also sort contractions based on the words that they are made from.

Fall themed centers:*Center: How many words can you make from scarecrow and pumpkin

free fall themed centers: *Center: How many words can you make from scarecrow and pumpkin? *How many words have the word "fall" in the word?

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Roll-A-Story Freebie! Check out this clever literacy dice game from Kristin Jordan at Reading Writing Thinking Sharing. I think the kids would love to do this for shared writing!

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Lesson 10 Students practice contractions with the word not such as hasn't. Cut and paste.

Contractions ~ FreebieGreat for Centers, Seatwork, or Early FinishersThis page is part of my Contractions Printables Set.  You see that set by clicking below:CONTRACTIONS PRINTABLESI would really appreciate your feedback:)

Sonlight Week 18 - Lang Arts: Contractions ~ FreebieGreat for Centers, Seatwork, or Early FinishersThis page is part of my Contractions Printables Set. You see that set by clicking below:CONTRACTIONS PRINTABLESI would really appreciate your feedback:)

Babbling Abby: Contraction Activities {First Grade}

Babbling Abby: Contraction Activities {First Grade} Winter snowglobe writing activity

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FREE Contraction Printables

Hands-On Contractions Activity – Learning Contractions with Scissors

Hands-On Contractions Activity - Learning Contractions with Scissors

Hands-On Contractions Activity – Learning Contractions with Scissors.this would also be great for separating subject and predicate or cutting not, never, and n't out of verb phrases

Want more practice with contractions? Print out this worksheet, cut out the words on the bottom, and paste them next to the right word combinations!

{{FREEBIE}}Contraction Cut and Paste. Grade levels: 3 & This is a simple worksheet designed to reinforce a lesson that has been taught about contractions. Students simply cut out the contractions and paste them next to the matching words.

I Have, Who Has-Two Contraction Games

Language Arts - Grade This group game is fun and helps the kids know which contraction goes to which words! I Have, Who Has-Contractions Complete Games)

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