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Context Clues Task Card Bundle for 6th Grade Print and Digital Distance Learning
This Task Card bundle has 96 task cards (three sets) which will provide your 6th graders with lots of great context clues practice. Perfect for centers, scoot, one on one, fast finishers and more. (TpT Resource)
Context Clues Task Cards Bundle | Grades 3 - 5
150 CONTEXT CLUE TASK CARDS TEACH comprehension skills & vocabulary - Use for reading strategy centers or bell ringers - Use for daily reading or vocabulary test prep - Fulfills common core standards RF.4 - Perfect for differentiated materials #contextclues #vocabulary #readingstrategies #noprep
Context clues...Max's Words (2006) As a mentor text for teaching vocabulary and story writing, a book can’t get any better. On the NCBLA 2007 list of outstanding literature, Max’s Words introduces us to Max, a little brother without a collection. Wanting a collection like his brothers, Max begins to collect words. His collection grows and grows until he has enough for stories, and for sharing.
Context Clues PowerPoint (4th, 5th, 6th grade)
This is a step-by-step powerpoint designed to introduce the 5 types of context clues to students (synonym, antonym, definition, example, inference). Each type of context clue is presented on its own slide, and contains a definition, and an example sentence. It ends with 14 practice questions written in a multiple choice format. $