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This download features 15 Interactive Notebook pages for American History from the early colonies through the American Revolution. The Interactive Notebook pages include graphic organizers, creative foldables, timelines, and more! These are incredible resources for getting students engaged and active in their learning and allowing them to be creative with their notes.

Cover a number, have them figure it out, excellent higher level activity!

Mrs. C's Classroom: Multiplication Unit

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This is a story tower where children illustrate the title on one card, the setting, author's purpose, beginning, middle, end... whatever! They write sentences or a paragraph on the back. Then they build it...This can be each child doing one card to build a group story tower or each child can make their own.(Pic only/See explanation above)

Post-it notes for students to use to show when they find figurative language in books.

Head Over Heels For Teaching: Educents Poetry Bundle

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Point of View Eyeballs! Students draw a picture from a specific character's point of view and how they would see a particular scene. Also, see how to integrate different social studies concepts with the literacy idea! Young Teacher Love Blog

Young Teacher Love: Point of View Eyeballs!

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summary poster...it's frustrating when need to challenge them & make the work more rigorous when some kids still can't summarize when they get to 6th grade :-/

Thoughts of a Third Grade Teacher: Charts

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Use great critical reading strategies without copying the textbook! Students can keep a sheet protector in their notebook/binder to have ready in any class! Simply trim the side and bottom edge, leave three hole punched edge. Write with dry-erase markers, then wipe clean for the next 2-page spread

Annotate a Textbook with Sheet Protectors

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I could envision seeing one of these but for math buddies. The pause time and praise is important, and the prompts could be something like: What did you do first? Could we model or making a drawing? What do you know for sure?, etc.

Simply The Classroom: Reading Buddy Strategies

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