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Character Traits Anchor Chart (blog post includes a FREEBIE and an activity idea!)

BANG. You take turns drawing cards out of a container. If you can read the sight word you keep the card. If not, the card goes back in. Whoever collects the most cards wins the game. If you draw one of the BANG cards, you have to put back all of the cards you have collected....could be used for lots of different subjects/concepts!

Camp Slop: BANG! Sight Word and Alphabet Game

Anchor Charts

Checking for comprehension

Cute freebie and great idea! Learning with Mrs. Leeby: Books We Have Read

Learning With Mrs. Leeby: Books We Have Read

Word wall idea for small space

Gallery & Inspiration | Picture - 102309

Personal WORD WALL - AWESOME way for students to write words and keep them at their desks.


A portable word wall! Students can grab the word that they need and take it back to their desks. This also makes it easier to add new words to the wall without running out of space.

Must be magic. :)

Read this to yourself…

advertisements, commercials, book covers to teach author's purpose.

A great idea for silent reading time: Turn all lights on, then turn one off every five minutes to give students have a visual cue of how much time they have left to read.

Third Grade Thinkers: Slapping Syllables: Decoding Multi-Syllabic Words

Teach strategies for decoding multisyllabic words and then have a "Word of the Day" love it!

Pointers with reading comprehension questions: Students in guided groups draw a pointer and answer the question.

March Morning Messages that are differentiated. Topics include: Ireland, St. Patrick's Day, lamb, Spring, horseshoe, 4-leaf clover, harp, robin, kite, vernal equinox, robin, flower. (paid)

Using flip books in the classroom engage both visual and kinaesthetic learners. 'My Grammar Flip Book' is bright and colorful and also includes QR codes linking to 9 popular YouTube songs/videos catering for auditory learners. It is a great resource for Grades 1-5 and is Common Core aligned. Includes word lists & definitions to: Determiners, Singular and Plural nouns, Conjunctions, Prepositions, Adjectives, Pronouns, Verbs, Common, Proper and Possessive Nouns. #tpt #sarahanne #grammar #flipbook

Great visual for students who struggle with b vs. d reversal issues.

Groovy phonics are a fun way to study r-controlled vowels. Students will make a collage, book, wordle word bank, and other fun stuff. Book list is also included to help with your planning. $

Struggling Readers Series: 10 Things Struggling Readers Need ~ from phonics instruction, fluency, and comprehension strategies to kinds of texts we should choose for them | This Reading Mama

Learning to Spell Using Patterns Within Words {FREE Printable Included} | This Reading Mama