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Make learning fun and engaging by sending your students on a novel scavenger hunt using sticky notes with printed questions on them! $

Novel Scavenger Hunt Using Sticky Notes-- Common Core Aligned

Free Printable: Kids Reading Scavenger Hunt - my kids loved checking off all 25 items!

Free Printable: Kids Reading Scavenger Hunt – 25 items for kids!

These four free Close Reading Posters by The Teacher Next Door can be displayed in your classroom to help you teach this important Common Core strategy. All of these posters as well as an entire packet of close reading resources can be found in my Close Reading Using Informational Text Unit: www.teacherspayte...

Close Reading: Four Posters by the Teacher Next Door

Writing Workshop Kindergarten Anchor Charts | Place Called Kindergarten: Writing Workshop - Alliterations

A Place Called Kindergarten: Writing Workshop - Alliterations

These 32 context clues task cards are perfect for helping your students with comprehension as well as improving their vocabularies. Great for centers, group work, as well as partners. These cards are perfect to use with the whole class for the game scoot. $

Context Clues Task Cards

Reader's Theater. Links to TONS of printable masks! Includes superheroes, cartoon characters, political characters, and so many more!

Super Punch: Dozens of downloadable masks

The Book Fairy-Goddess: Folktales, Fairytales, and Fables, Oh my!

The Book Fairy-Goddess: Folktales, Fairytales, and Fables, Oh my!

End-of-Year Idiom-Themed Awards . . . perfect for middle school and high school students! 36 awards/36 different idioms/4 fill-in-your-own, in full-color and black-and-white. Teachers can award these certificates to students . . . students can award them to one another . . . students can award them to teachers . . . or students and teachers can work together to award these to support staff! So many ideas -- so little time! $3.60

What Does the "Text" Say? Text Evidence Reading Response Printables

What Does the "Text" Say?

Love this idea! (I often see similar activities for math, but this is the first time I've seen this activity used within a literacy lesson.)

FREE Too Many Elephants in This School! from Imaginative Teacher on - (17 pages) - Are you tired of the same old cut out and paste activities to complement great children�s stories? Well here�s a fantastic idea that will get your students up and moving to complement the story 'Too Many Elephants in This House' by Ursula Dubosa

Teachers Notebook

Susan Ryan and Dana Frazee, Common Core Standards for High School English Language Arts: A Quick-Start Guide

Wrapping Up the Ten Pin Summer Linky: Back to School Ideas

Middle School | Classroom Decorations | Reading Comprehension Colossal ...

Imagery is one of my personal favorite things about reading and writing. This pin is a great way to incorporate imagery which Duffy states is, "using prior knowledge about [descriptive] words and about our senses to create an image in the mind" (Duffy, p.117). "The relationship between reading and writing is particularity clear when teaching imaging...the more students practice composing text that helps readers create images, the better they will be at creating images as readers" (p. 121).

This is the coolest site ever!! Educational games for kids.

FREE Dolch Track my Reading Games - PDF file7 page, free resource.Clever Classroom's most downloaded freebie on TpT.We have 22 other fr...