And if you haven't checked it out already, you can find it at: If you notice any bugs or weirdness, please let me know: Contact Hey all, So I've added a new feature to the site called the 'Improving A Paragraph Creator'.
What this does is let you generate a weeks worth of prompts and paragraphs for students to fix.
Hey all, So in celebration of Halloween there are 2 spooky new spelling worksheets added to the Spelling Worksheet Maker. And you also have several backgrounds to choose from and you can modify the colors on any of them. Hey all, So I've added a new sheet type to the Spelling Worksheet Sheet maker. Basically students determine which spelling words can be created using only certain letters of the alphabet. Anyway, if you notice any bugs or have any suggestions please let me know. Hey all, So I've added a new section for the end of the year. So rather than doing something traditional I went with the ridiculous route. Anyway, if you want to make your own you can do so here.
To see it in action you can check out an addition sheet here Next up, a few changes to the Create-A-Sheet. For example, I gave the students who had the last name 'Smith' the 'Best Last Name' award. Or if you need some inspiration you can check out some of the ones I used here.
It was designed with Smart Boards in mind, but I've also optimized it for use with tablets, phones or desktop computers. A couple of the more visible changes: • It will no longer split a problem between pages.
To see it in action just click 'select a worksheet' and it's the very last option. Before if you had a long problem the line to write the answer could appear on the following page, but now it'll shift the entire problem to the next page instead (making reading a bit easier).
When you select this option it will only pull random letters from the letters in your spelling words. It's basically the Create-A-Test or Create-A-Review, only for flash cards. Next up, I've added a new section called 'My Sheets'. Writing a Paragraph With this sheet students select 5 words from their spelling list and use them to create a paragraph.
Made the standard clickable On the standard (for example Hey all, So a couple new things to talk about today. I also added a couple new backgrounds to the task cards in general. Basically any time you create something in the Create-A-Test, Create-A-Review, Create-A-Flash-Card, Create-A-Sheet or Spelling Maker it'll throw it in there so you can easily find it. It kinda throws some creative writing into the mix and forces students to actually think about what the words mean and how to use them in context. When you select this it'll generate a set of up to 20 flash cards with answers and an accompanying answer key sheet. Fourth you can now specify problems as either bonus or extra credit and they won't show up as regular problems or in the quick grade count. Oh, I also fixed a few minor bugs with the crossword puzzle creator and changed the code up a bit so it should result in tighter crosswords. Basically the school only had 3 awards to give out so I had to make my own.
Also I've integrated the favorites into the create-a-review/test. Basically it'll try to choose the best size page for you based on the problem sizes.
You CAN force it to use the half page format, but depending on the the problem types you chose they may or may not fit.