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An anchor chart of comparing/contrasting terms to help students explain the differences and similarities of a topic

This compare and contrast freebie was created to use with the book The Lonely Scarecrow by Tim Preston.Students will compare and contrast a snowm...

Being able to compare and contrast is one of the most basic reading skills successful readers draw upon. The more fluidly and effortlessly student...

Here are four graphic organizers to be used when working on the skill of comparing and contrasting.* Box and T-Chart for two items* Box and T...

This is a mini-unit meant to accompany the reading of The Runaway Tortilla and The Gingerbread Man. Included:*Lesson explanation and daily ou...

This is a simple, but yummy, project that has students compare 2 different types of cookies. Choice adjectives are stressed, as well as using the ...

Tips for Introducing Informational Text, including a lesson on comparing and contrasting informational text with literature