Silly stories are similar to Mad Libs fill in the blank stories and are highly motivating for students. I've used my silly stories words lists for years, but always struggled with getting independent productions from non-readers. Each of the targeted word lists contains the target phonemes separated by noun, verb, and adjective.
These classroom essentials contain 120 different adjective cards from 10 different adjective categories plus word banks listing tons of different adjectives for each category. This is one adjective set with endless possibilities for teaching you are not bound by one game only own your teaching style with these flexible supports!
FREE Each of the targeted word lists contains the target phonemes separated by noun, verb, adjective and adverb. Vocabulary ranges from basic (egg) to more advanced (renege.) This activity would also work well in a blended group to address vocabulary.
What did the leopard say to the mouse in his path? "Pardine me!" What did the mouse respond? "I'm seeing spots! I need Murine!" When he scored a basket, the lion cried, "Leo nine!" The bear at a singles meet asked, "What's ursine?" The sheep got caught in some brambles and exclaimed, "O vine!" The tortoise tried to encourage better study habits by saying, "Pass the test, u dine." Anyone else want to add to this?