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What Stuck With You sign for your classroom. Students use post-it notes to show what they learned and then stick it right on the poster.

Inside a Writer’s Notebook ~ TONS of free resources for organizing a child's writing {and a link to a guest post on The Notebooking Fairy| This Reading Mama

Macbeth text #shakespeare #Macbeth. Funny

12 Hilarious Examples Of Random Paradoxes

Shakespeare by the numbers - if only the spelling in this picture would be better

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Macbeth: Interactive Layered Flip Book- could do the same for any Shakespeare play

"Table Texting" is a fun, interactive strategy you can use to get students to talk about whatever topic they need to discuss but are reluctant to.

each student colors a cut out person with their Lenten sacrifice, arrange it around the cross

Catholic Lenten bulletin board

My Lenten bulletin board!

This useful chart can be used to show students the difference between showing details in their writing and telling about something. It lists examp...

Common Core Aligned Narrative Writing Rubrics for Middle School This packet includes the 6th, 7th, and 8th grade versions of a complete 4-point rubric that assesses eight Common Core Standards. Descriptors for the 4-point rubric are detailed and specific. A self and peer review checklist is included, along with an outline format for a five paragraph argument essay. The rubrics are included in a colored version PDF, a gray scale version PDF, and an editable Microsoft Word version.

show don't tell anchor chart. Some spelling errors on this chart to check first

Wow. A great resource.

A writers best friend.

Impressive list….Love it!

Good readers use post-it...great way to get students engaged while assessing what they know