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4th Grade Teaching Ideas

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!

A fun activity to teach describing characters and character traits. Free downloadable template.

A Fun Activity to Describe Characters

Game board for students to use to review the rules, strategies, and procedures of the upcoming Reading STAAR Test. Game-cards are attached...

Teaching with Style: STAAR Game Boards for Review

Staar Reading Strategies!!

Poetry Month: Everything You Need - great webpage from Scholastic with loads of resources for Poetry Month

Poetry Month: Everything You Need |

Author's Purpose: Easy as P.I.E.! Persuade, Inform, & Entertain

  • carolina davis

    Brooke, this is wonderful. The display, color and information is fantastic. I like this!

Expository-Writing-Worksheets Printables

Expository-Writing-Worksheets Worksheets

Fabulous in Fourth!: writing - If I lived in a snow globe

Fabulous in Fourth!: writing

how to writing ideas

A Literate Life - Anchor Charts

I've seen this many times before. And it's so so true. AMEN!

If teachers worked just an 8 hr. day, your student would get ...

Questioning anchor chart

Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: Anchor Chart for Questions

Questioning Anchor Chart

Fact and opinion

Working 4 the Classroom: Classroom Anchor Charts and Posters

Nonfiction Text Features- anchor chart and graphic organizer

The Techy Teacher: Nonfiction Text Features