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Infuse new life into students’ independent reading, at school or at home, with the “Tower of Books” Challenge! Perfect for a summer reading challenge or an alternative to the stuck-in-a-rut reading log assignment.

The Reading Olympians is a valuable resource for teaching Greek and Latin Roots *Research strongly supports the teaching of roots to increase vocabulary *Roots are learning objectives of the new Common Core Standards *Learning one root is a gateway to a multitude of words *Roots provide at risk readers with an increased meaningful vocabulary and higher readers with a deep understanding of the language EXAMPLE: autobiography: auto (self) bio (life) graph(write) www.thereadingoly...

I used these headers to create a math word wall aligned with the NWEA MAP Test. Headers include: Number Sense, Geometry, Algebra, Measurement, and...

See how you can use NWEA-aligned test results to create personalized learning paths for students.

NWEA--Online Games to Support Tested Skills and Concepts

Home Depot will cut your composition books in half - easier to store, more bang for your buck and so cute. Love this idea...no more 1/2 wasted pages!

Pinner says: I use this all the time, so just had to repin it for others to learn. Seriously once you master it, you'll never want to do it any other way. Also there are lots of photos and a video to help you learn. Foundation single crochet, this is an excellent tutorial for this fabulous method for your first two rows, keeps them from getting too tight, and it's very easy.

Add a little fun to your current novel or short story unit by turning your students into police officers. This official-looking offense/incident report requires students to collect details from their reading and use real-world writing skills to efficiently report the facts (just the facts, ma’am) of the scene you just read. Works with ANY piece of literature that has a crime or incident scene worthy of police attention. Works for 5th through 12th grade students. Check it out!