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Text structure foldable--great for interactive notebooks!
Shoulder bob and side bang-love,love, love
Following My Heart to First Grade: reading
One of my favorite activities was anchor charts. I did my first one in elementary school and continued them through high school. Of course they become more detailed and complex as the years went on.
Reading Tricky Words Anchor Chart
anchor charts for reading | Anchor Chart - Reading | Reading - Character Traits
back to school ideas (also: "how do you like to learn?" printable student survey) @Cassandra Dowman Renee
Great short movies for teaching literacy, morals, etc.
Graphic Organizer Posters: Reading Response (Grades 3–6) - Scholastic Teacher Express
The Ultimate List of Educational Websites
Common Core is all about evidence...Standard One for all grades is all about showing the evidence. This Anchor Chart shows some good sentence starters.--thanks quinn :)
A lot of main idea anchor charts!
Slideshow: 5 Worksheets That Boost 5th Grade Reading Skills
Here's a great nonfiction response form.
Foldables for nonfiction texts re: important people, or really any topic. Could be glued down into an interactive notebook easily.
Fact or Opinion Freebie!
Guided Reading + Lit Circles - very student-centered. Excellent idea for end of the year.
Guided Reading for Upper Grades...great blog!
Halloween worksheets and more...what a great site for Halloween with free downloads!
Foldables that can be used to assess students' learning
Greeting Students to Increase Engagement
Strategies for Using Context Clues
ELA in the middle | Middle School English, Language Arts
Thinking Stems Teaching My Friends!: Reader's Workshop