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Hello Literacy: Hello Literacy Goes Back to School...and Resurfaces from the Deep End for a Breath of Bloggy Fresh Air!...Caution: It's a Long One!

reading response journal rubric 1.pdf

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helpful charts

A Teacher's Idea: Anchor Charts

This resource includes NO PREP printable resources for Common Core Reading Literature and Reading Informational standard five. Students will love the games, puzzles, group work, graphic organizers, foldables, and assessments in this resource! Great for early finishers! ($)

Create 'badges' for different can earn a badge when they read in that genre or reach a goal in that genre. Neat idea.

Motivating Literacy: Digital Badges in the School Library

Students could write a "summary" of any math skill on the back of their books. Great way to integrate math and writing! ~c.m.

FREE This Note-Taking Chart is a simple graphic organizer to help students in grades 3-6 take notes when reading or after reading a chapter of fiction!...

Note-Taking Chart / Graphic Organizer for Any Book

damaged books go into the "book hospital" so the teacher can repair them later

Apples and ABC's: What I'm Pinning Wednesday!

5th Grade Classroom Policies, Welcome Letter, Other Good Info

Nettling 5th Grade Classroom Policies

Here's a really cute idea. Frame quote bubbles, use a dry erase marker to write funny things your kids say. When you are ready to switch the quotes, have the child take a picture with their quote and make a photo book of quotes.

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INteresting anchor chart...Pin Up Thursdays Linky Party (May 29)

Buzzing With Mrs. McClain: Pin Up Thursdays Linky Party (May 29)

Young Teacher Love: Talking to Parents About the Common Core Standards

Downloadable Close Reading Anchor Chart

Close Reading Anchor Chart | Ms. Houser

Now is the perfect time for reflection. 6 simple activities to get started.

Team building activities!!! :)

Team Building Activities for Adults

No Name Board- This is a great way to display no-name papers so that all the kids can see them. This would also teach students responsibility with making sure their work is turned in with their name on it. -JN

Personal Narrative Anchor Chart

guided reading

Guided Reading Lesson Plan