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The people of the United States are about to elect a president in what may become one of history’s most influential democratic elections – and they are about to do so with an astounding lack of the information normally necessary to make decisions of much lesser magnitudes. Critical examinations of the candidates have been consistently marred by both deliberate misinformation and a ratings obsessed media circus in which an ever-changing stream of one absurd headline after another continuously supersedes in-depth analysis. The two remaining candidates have been treated as near equals, both positively and negatively, despite the contrary facts. These facts are out there, but their scattered nature makes it far too easy to lose track. This post will be far different from any other previous posts to Free Language Stuff, but the magnitude of this election, the direction it seems to be heading, and the continuous misuse and abuse of information makes action critically important. And so here it is: a collection of the facts, and a side by side display of the pros and cons of both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump that highlights how apparent it is that not only are their accomplishments and negatives not equal – they’re not even close.
This is a free sample of a huge pack of these just released on Teachers Pay Teachers! The full pack has TONS more puzzles (116 total). Many, many areas, including Astronomy, Energy, Measurement, Research, Machines, Discoveries, Technology, Chemistry, and Biology. Do your part to reinforce critical STEM vocabulary – only 4 dollars for the complete set!
Science Vocabulary Worksheets
Click on picture to view a small preview of each activity. Click on Doc or PDF to download worksheets in preferred format.
(1) ancient earth bullseye Doc PDF; (2) ancient earth sentence maze Doc PDF; (3) earth science sentence drop 1 Doc PDF; (4) earth science sentence search 1 Doc ; (5) meteorology bullseye Doc PDF; (6) meteorology sentence maze Doc PDF; (7) cumulative answers Doc PDF
I posted some of these earlier with helping verbs and adjectives. Here’s some more, this time with adjectives, prepositions, and pronouns
(The pictures are small preview images, and the words precede links to the documents in odt – Open Office – and PDF formats.)
(The pictures are small preview images, and the words precede links to the documents in odt and PDF formats.)
Many more of these can be found for super cheap at my Teachers Pay Teachers store!
Free Portable Pronoun Pix! Use wherever you have a computer, or a phone, or a tablet. Check them out at Language Galore!.
Pull out your phone (also works well on computers) and get extra practice with these FREE mobile irregular past tense pictures.
The pictures are links to images, and the words are links to the document in doc and PDF formats.