Subject and Predicate Anchor Chart
Six Traits of Writing for Stick People - show this before teaching about the traits
Figurative Language - GREAT video!! I prepared a worksheet for my students. They copied down parts in the lyrics that were similes or metaphors, identified each according to what it was and then wrote what the artist was comparing...the true meaning behind the words. My students sat on the edges of their seats waiting for each song! It was a very engaging way to teach these literary devices!
17 slide PowerPoint presentation on four traditional tales: myths, legends, fables, and folktales.
FREE! Daily Common Core Language Review for 5th Grade!
Preposition song with motions
Good idea for 10 commandments journalling to use in conjunction with 10 commandments finger mnemonics
This will lead you to a website where you can type in a poem and it will turn it into a shape! So cool!
trace hands and feet and then fill in a self-portrait...great starter for descriptive essay
Expository Text Fatures from Adventures of a 6th Grade Teacher
The Basics of Writer's Workshop
Reading strategies lapbook
Dr. Seuss Figurative Language Foldable - NEW Foldable from the FoldiFun Factory! This is perfect for a grammar grade I need. Gotta remember to come back next week and print it off!!
story elements foldable
Interactive notebook ideas for notes, writing, reading strategies, etc.
Angry verbs board - teaching kids about verbs!
What's Skow-ing on in 4th Grade??: Anchor Charts for Writing
Narrative Writing Diamond Freebie as seen on Fifth Grade Flock www.fifthgradeflock.com
I am Poem - Generator - K-5 Computer Lab Technology Lessons
Opinion writing chart
Writing Anchor Charts
Just posted! 6-Traits Writing Task Cards. There are 10 task cards for each trait for a total of 60 different task cards. Each task card comes in color and black & white so there are 120 cards in all! Each card contains a 6-Trait strategy statement, a graphic organizer for students to complete, and the type of trait that is being addressed. These cards work great for mini-lesson ideas (you'll have 60 mini-lessons!), independent work during writing time, and as assessments!!