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Ms. Gill

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Ms. Gill

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Great anchor chart for the beginning of the year to create with students.

freebie friday and good character bingo

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This is what I love about writing...you are forced to see or remember details and big pictures that you might not observe through your senses.

showing emotions in writing...good to help with descriptive writing

45 ways to avoid using the word 'very' - Writers Write

45 ways to avoid using the word 'very'

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Awesome! Written for older students, but can be adapted to any grade!

DIY planner

Words to use more often.

Teach with Love - A great teaching blog. I love her brain break video clips!...If you play these vids you will easily be the coolest teacher in the building!

Short Stories - Middle School or older...or a mature, gifted child, if younger but already reads at 6th grade level

Adjectives! L.3.1.a

The difficulty of the English language, that's a mouthful

Encourage descriptive writing with these alternatives to "said". and other excellent anchor charts

What's Skow-ing on in 4th Grade??: Anchor Charts for Writing

What's Skow-ing on in 4th Grade??: Anchor Charts for Writing

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Adventures of a 6th Grade Teacher: Expository Text Features Anchor Chart

Following My Heart to First Grade: November 2012

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Applying Bloom's Taxonomy in Your Classroom

4 Types of Sentences flip book

How to run book clubs in the classroom...terrific!

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Have a "book-nic" instead of a picnic at the end of the year! Serve foods that go along with certain Children's books.

This guy has a really interesting approach to teaching AP English 11. I love the idea of using colored markers for notes. He's also against homework and uses a workshop approach to teach writing.

Flocabulary - Educational Hip-Hop. This was a great lesson on teaching how to write a thesis.

Teacher's survival kit: Animal cookies for when your classroom seems like a zoo Band Aids for when things get a little rough. Chewing Gum to help you stick to it. Crayons to color your day bright and cheerful. A candle for when you are up late grading papers. Erasers to remind you everyone makes mistakes. Lifesaversfor when you've had one of those days. Marbles to replace the ones you've lost. A Mounds Bar for t...

Life Skills - Personal Hygiene, comes with additional worksheet

This curriculum includes 24 lesson plans. There are 2 lessons for each month of your toddler's life from 13 months to 24 months of age. You can spend approximately 2 weeks on each lesson plan with your toddler. The lessons are geared to a toddler's development as he/she progresses through the second year of life. Keep everything fun and only do activities when your toddler wants to.

"I am" boards - build confidence and practice determining what an adjective is.

A new adventure...."little brave girls" - Brave Girls Club

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