Daily Archives: June 27, 2019

English Grammar Cheat Sheet

Product Description

This “Cheat Sheet” was designed to help students while writing in English. This at a glance 2 page sheet is colorful and has an easy to find layout to help students remember certain important things while they write.

I allow my students to use this in class when writing a test. This is not a grammar lesson, but it will remind students about the grammar they’ve learned in the past.

Some of the reminders included:

– parts of speech

– transitional words

– quotation marks (how and when to use them)

– basic sentence structure

– spelling tips (plurals of nouns and IE rule)

– puncutaion rules (apostrophe, colon, semicolon

The other side of the page has comma rules:

– with coordinate conjunctions

-with introductory elements

– with other elements (dates, parenthetical expression, nouns in a direct address)

– with adjectives

-with appositives

It also contains tips on things to avoid, such as writing a paragraph shorter than 4 sentences. And, it contains a list of things to do, such as make sure that your paragraphs contain at least 2 pieces of evidence.

It’s teaching made easy!

Total Pages
2 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration

FREE MATH LESSON – “Color by Number Multiplication Pirates”

by Talented in Third

2nd – 5th Grade

Do your students need a fun way to practice their multiplication facts? There are FIVE different color by multiplication pictures each, ready for your kids to color as they solve each multiplication equation.

Pirate Multiplication Puzzles

The five pictures vary in difficulty, ranging from a small anchor that only requires two multiplication equation solutions to an almost full page scene with a pirate ship that requires over 50 solutions.


You can use these as assessments, in centers, as independent work, etc. Simply print the pages out and distribute to students as desired. This allows for differentiation as you can choose the easier pictures for struggling students and the more challenging pictures for students who need more of a challenge. For your students needing additional practice, start at the anchor picture, then the flag, followed by the treasure chest. If your students are already proficient with their multiplication facts/equations, start them at the scene with the parrot or the scene with the pirate ship!

If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. Check out my preview for a look at several of the pictures!

See Other Great Common Core Resources

Multiplication Puzzles.

Place Value Puzzles.

SBAC Performance Tasks.


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