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This 67 page Themes in Literature Unit by the Teacher Next Door is complete and ready to teach! Your students will get plenty of practice identifying themes in a variety of formats as it includes 6 literature passages (front and back with many paired passages) including Aesop's Fables, Folktales from Around the World, Legends and Myths, a set of 32 task cards, handouts, graphic organizers, a picture book list and 20 common theme posters. $

Themes in Literature: Common Core for 4th and 5th Grade

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Brenda Kovich discusses Common Core State Standards for Language 4.2 (L.4.2), including teaching kids to quote in her blog, Teaching...Seriously,

Do your students struggle with the writing process? This year-long unit (400 + pages with hyperlinks) was designed to follow through the WRITING PROCESS and model lessons for Narrative Writing, Opinion Writing, and Informative Writing. It covers ALL of the Writing Common Core Standards and many Language Standards. There are teachable slides that can be used on the smart board or printed for posters, as well as student printables WITH STANDARDS to go along with each mini lesson. $

$Save time and money with this HUGE Parts of Speech & Sentence Types Task Card Sets Bundle. Help your students master parts of speech and sentence types with this 205 page collection. Includes: verbs, nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, plural nouns, concrete/abstract nouns, verb tense, pronoun antecedent agreement, conjunctions, comp./sup. adjectives, simple, compound, complex sentences, subject/verb agreement, etc.

2ND GRADE ELA COMMON CORE VOCABULARY ($)

Common Core English Language Arts (ELA) 2nd Grade Vocabulary

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5th grade writing partners! Partner up students and help them with ways to respond to their writing. This is great because the better the feedback is for a writer the better their final piece will be. This is a great way to teach how to give corrective feedback.

Sticky notes have a variety of uses in the classroom. As seen on this chart, they can be used to facilitate students' reading fluency. Not only will it help them to read quicker, but it can help students become more efficient readers. These notes allow students to revisit key ideas covered in a book, ask questions, and even help them to organize the characters in the book.

Sticky Notes for Comprehension?

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Train students of all ability levels to read with a laser-sharp focus and to write with confidence while using easy and effective Common Core aligned graphic organizers. (priced item)