Puns Task Cards, Anchor Charts, and Printable Activities:
This puns task cards product is an engaging figurative language word play activity for 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade.
This puns wordplay product includes:
- Two instructional pages
- 30 task cards (two per page)
- Task card answer sheets
- Task card answer keys
- Four puns no prep printable activity sheets
NOTE: THIS FILE INCLUDES A DIGITAL DISTANCE LEARNING OPTION!
This product includes a digital option (as well as the no prep printable option). The instructions for utilizing the digital portion appear at the end of the packet.
This PDF file contains 34 pages + Google Slides.
Belinda H –
These were excellent puns to use with my students! Thank you!
Lori P –
When I posted these it served as a great reminder for my students.
Mrs Vs Little Library –
Ellen F –
This was so much fun! My kiddos loved it!
Jennifer G –
Thank you! This will be great practice.
Dana M –
Stacy N –
Gaye M –
Great practice in something that often gets overlooked
Embracing the Gift –
Puns are a challenge for students that still have not grasped the concept of figurative language. They are quite literal! Your examples were great and helped them to understand! Thank you!
Rebecca W –
I love the activities at the end where students get to create some puns based on a multi-meaning word and I enjoyed the visual pun activities. This was a fun resource.
Daisy Chain –
Fantastic resource! My students loved it!! Thanks so much!
Jodi C –
The Relatable SLP –
Risoli’s Reading Room –
davina A –
This certainly got the class moving and reading/talking about puns. Thank you!!
Ali W –
My high achievers really took off with these actives creating a real buzz!
Laurel Oskins –
LOVE! LOVE! LOVE!
Christy talbot –
Innovative Teacher Thangs –
Thank you for the great resource.
Lisa R –
My class loved learning these concepts with this resource. Thank you!
Kathleen R –
LOVE these task cards! What a fun way to work with a variety of puns.
Nicole Fisher –
Can’t wait to use this with my students!
Sharon C –
The kids love all of your materials! Can’t wait to introduce these to them. Thank you for all your work!
Kyle’s Kiddos –
Used this for our high ability “rti” block! Great!
Jodie L –
Fantastic resource for a variety of ability levels!
Laetatia M –
Michelle Hughes –
Danielle C –
Puns are always fun, thanks!
Lesa R –
Worked perfectly for what I needed.
Nicole M –
Very helpful resource
Carla B –
Sheri Ledet –
Fantastic resource for students to write puns
Chanda Vochatzer –
My students just love task cards and this was a fun one.
Salome S –
Kathleen P –
Have yet to purchase a product from you that I don’t absolutely love!!! Your products are so easy to use and engages my students. Thank you!
Christy m brock –
Copper Apples –
It was very difficult to find a resource that practices puns. This was a great resource with lots of options. My only complaint is that a couple of the task cards were upsetting to kids. I’ll pull out “pasta away” and “a rest” in the future, but I’ll have to make something on my own to fill those spots.
Brandala C –
Loved these cards!
theresa U –
Elizabeth O –
Awesome resources with fun practice for students!
CAMILA P –
This was a great station activity, and my kids love working in pairs on the task cards.
English in Room 210 –
This was a fun way to review puns before reading a poem where understanding this was important.
Michelle’s Communication Corner –
Cynthia P –
Teisha L –
Thank you so much for this!
Lacey R –
This was such great practice for my students with this concept! Such a fabulous resource for this content – definitely saved me for distance learning! Thank you!
Sylvia Long –
Maria M –
Amazing resource with a lot of fun activities that my students really enjoyed.
Chelsie B –
Lubinger’s Lessons –
Yes love this!
Robin J –
A great activity to use with my distance learners
Erica L –
So much fun for both in person and distance learners! Thank you!
Rebekah P –
I used this as an informal assessment after a quick review about puns. We wanted to review puns because we were reading Shakespeare and wanted our students to understand how he used them for humor.
Elda Carrion –
Kerry-Marie Stubbs –
The student were engaged with this resource.
Tayla D –
A great resource for students to develop their understanding.
Starla D –
This is a wonderful resource.
Christina B –
Perfect! Exactly what I needed!
Hedgehog Reader –
We put this to good use in our gifted 5th-grade classroom! Thank you! :o)
Laura H –
The kids loved the figurative language found in this powerpoint.
Caitlin B –
This is just what I needed for me and my students.
Michael W –
This was a great visual tool for supporting our unit on joke writing.
Sarah B –
My students were completely engaged by this resource. It was the perfect supplement to our Language Arts lesson.
Engaging Inner Einsteins –
This was a great learning experience especially for my ESOL students!
Darci G –
Great for individual practice and/or group work! Also love the variety or practice for puns
Brandi F –
Great for practice after a lesson and exit ticket.
Crafting Literacy –
Thank you so very much. My students really enjoyed it.