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Interactive Notebook Resources ready to use in the middle school history/social studies middle classroom. There are so many benefits to using the interactive notebook at the middle school level. Comprehension and retention are increased, students learn key concepts in multiple ways, and creativity and higher-level thinking are incorporated on a daily basis.

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Prefixes/Suffixes/Root Words-Introduce new prefixes/suffixes. Identify the root words. Decipher meaning of unknown words using new knowledge of prefixes/suffixes. Group-flip through chapter books & find words that contain prefixes & suffixes. Collaborative activity-groups of 3 or 4. Give each group a disposable plate with three sections labeled “prefix” “suffix” “root word” & a bag of big words. They use scissors to cut words into parts & drop each part into its respective section on the plate.

Masters of Prefixes, Suffixes and Root Words

guided reading- gives indicators for each Fountas and Pinnel level

Guided Reading Organization Made Easy |

S.T.O.R.Y. Extensions! « Reading. Writing. Thinking. Sharing. Anchor chart for narrative elements

S.T.O.R.Y. Extensions!


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Grade 3 Common Core Interactive Reading Notebooks (All Literature Standards) A short reading passage PLUS interactive notebook inserts are included for every Common Core Literature Standard too. This is a fun way to learn about Common Core.$

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Reading Notebooks-like this "thinking stems" idea to put in the notebook

Teaching My Friends!: My Reading Notebooks

I really enjoy reading this blog! She has a ton of ideas for reading and writing notebooks

Cafe 1123: Writing in Cafe 1123

YAH!!! 211 pages of INTERACTIVE writing and reading for grades 3-6!! I couldn't find I made it! 155 DETAILED direction, sample, and student work pages...along with a complete interchangeable bulletin board set!! This file is so detailed that it allows for flawless independent student work, leaving the teacher more time for small group and individualized instruction!! This can also be used on a tri-fold board. $

Interactive Writing Center: Grades 3-6

Great anchor chart for learning critical thinking skills while reading!

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The Applicious Teacher: Five for Friday- the 2nd Week in and a FREEBIE! Story elements graphic organizer

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A big selection of foldables for reading skills.

Get in the Fold!

Reading Marathon...what a great idea! End of the year idea to keep kids reading and learning!

Fabulous in Fifth!: Reading Marathon

GRAFFITI BOARD REVIEW ACTIVITY: This Elements of Music Graffiti Board example could be used as a Formative Assessment Tool or Review Activity IN ANY CONTENT AREA. Just place "terms to know" on the board and have each student erase one and tell the class something about that term (e.g. definition, connection, example, etc.). Follow this link to read about using a graffiti board as an Activating Prior Knowledge lesson as well.

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Downloadable Close Reading Anchor Chart

Close Reading Anchor Chart

anchor charts

A Literate Life - Anchor Charts

writers workshop...Cute.

Pebble or Rock???

4th Grade Common Core Reading Project for any Novel!

This Quarter's Novel Project!

Teaching Theme

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Help Students Build a Reading Identity I’m the kind of reader who… I want to be the kind of reader who… My reading goals are… LOVE THIS!

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transition words

powerpoint step-up to writing

Close Reading...a fun little post and a close reading freebie!

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For all my teacher friends PIN THIS NOW!! Incredible reading management binder to track student progress. Every form you will need for assessing students and developing instruction. A great addition to your reading workshop management.

Reading Management Binder

Teaching With a Mountain View: Informational Text Structures

Teaching With a Mountain View: Informational Text Structures

Reading Foldable- a summary of the story character traits for two characters (with supporting evidence) setting (both place and time - inferred from the story) a reflection based on the question, "How did the main character's feelings change throughout the story?" (They also had to include supporting evidence from the text). from Runde's Room (blog)

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