April 23, 2015

Throwback Thursday Returns with a FREEBIE for the Fifth of May


What is Throwback Thursday? How does it work, you might ask? Simply look through your PURR-fect Previous Posts, perhaps a particular favorite of yours, and re-post it! Purr-fectly easy and simple! Your post doesn't have to be from LOOOONNNGGG ago; it can be from last month or even earlier this week. And if you don't have a post to share, perhaps an old photo or two from WAY BACK will do! Even a favorite pin is PURR-fect! Just join in the Throwback fun!


This post originally appeared on The Teacher's Desk 6 on April 26, 2013.

The CCSS ELA calls for students to demonstrate command of standard English grammar when speaking and writing. At nearly all grade levels identification and usage of specific parts of speech are listed in the standards. My sixth graders (and my fifth graders) hate to practice the nitty gritty skills of Language Arts such as this, but turn it into a game or make it a fun activity like coloring mystery pictures and you've got them hooked!

Here's a parts of speech mystery picture for the upcoming holiday of Cinco de Mayo. My students, both fivers and sixers, are learning Spanish and will be celebrating Cinco de Mayo as part of their study. This mystery picture "The Fifth of May" requires students to identify nouns, verbs, adjectives, pronouns, and prepositions. You can download it HERE, or by clicking on the link below the picture.




Now it's your turn for a Throwback!







1 comment:

  1. Hi Angela, thought I'd drop by just to explain I've been preoccupied with the A to Z Challenge this month so haven't been able to join in with your Throwback posts. I remember using one of your mystery pictures in a maths lesson and it being such a big hit with my more reluctant learners :) Special Teaching at Pempi’s Palace

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