Daily Archives: November 13, 2017

I Have, Who has? Game for Teaching Figurative Language and Poetry



I Have, Who has? Game for Teaching Figurative Language and Poetry


Product Description

The goal of this game is to help students memorize and understand FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE through the use of games. Playing rather than memorizing is a fun activity that will engage students in a classroom.

Included in this purchase is the MASTER SHEET, which contains the answers, attractive STUDENT CARDS, which you can print and cut out in colour (on card stock and laminate for sustainable use), and A SET OF RULES explaining how the game works.

This package contains 23 cards and 12 extra blank cards in case you have a bigger class.

It’s teaching made easy!

Total Pages
11 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration

FREE MISC. LESSON – “Community Building Question of the Day Christmas Edition {FREEBIE}”

by Cait’s Cool School

3rd – 6th Grade



This week long set includes 5 questions that will help to build a strong community in your classroom. Questions are a combination of thought-provoking, motivational, seasonally relevant, and sometimes a little silly. They are perfect for morning meetings or morning work!

I use these questions daily and my students look forward to finding out the question each day and answering them! Start building your community the first week of school!

Each day of the week is themed- see the preview and thumbnails for the different options. This set includes a color version of each poster.

Need them for the whole year? Check out this bundle:
Question of the Day Year Long Bundle

Or just grab more questions for December with this Community Building QOTD December Edition.

Want more engaging Christmas activities? Try these:
Elves on Strike Narrative Writing Unit
12 Days of Christmas Poetry Mini Lesson Booklet
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Cause & Effect Writing Project

Engaging Products You Might Also Like:
Question of the Day November
Question of the Day January Edition
Question of the Day February Edition

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