Make learning fun and engaging by sending your students on a novel scavenger hunt using sticky notes with printed questions on them! $

Novel Scavenger Hunt Using Sticky Notes: For ANY Novel

Make learning fun and engaging by sending your students on a novel scavenger hunt using sticky notes with printed questions on them! Add my own questions to sticky notes.

Love this! "Seven Steps to the Perfect Story"

7 Steps to the Perfect Story (The Rhetorical Journey)

Do your kids have trouble remembering what they read? Try this simple reading comprehension strategy. For kids grades 1-12!

A reading comprehension strategy to help kids remember what they read

Do your kids have trouble remembering what they read? Try this simple comprehension strategy: read, cover, remember, retell.

Free - Teaching metaphors with Robert Frost using comics.

Poetry Comics: Metaphors with Robert Frost This is a free file from a larger product called Poetry Comics: Metaphor, Tone, and Personification.

FREE! Daily Common Core Language Review for 5th Grade! Try it out for a full week! Also available for 4th and 6th grades!

Biology paper 3 marking scheme for essay ethical theories essay julia rehbein dissertation defense - Checking your essay when it is finished - Avoiding cheating and plagiarism - Marking scheme - Top essay.

Teaching in Room 6: Theme and Inference in Dr. Seuss

Theme and Inference in Dr. Seuss

Our classes just read a biography on Dr. Seuss and I can't wait to cover theme, main idea, and inference with my sixth graders!

Autobiography maps - map skills, and art to describe your life. Neat!

Autobiography Maps: Our Life as an Island

Autobiography maps - map skills, and art to describe your life. Great lifebook idea for teens and tweens beth o'malley

Top 5 Ways to Teach Novel Units in the Upper Elementary Classroom - Wise Guys: Novel units have been around forever, at least since we can remember. But the way they have been taught has varied greatly from teacher to teacher. After being classroom teachers for over a combined 30 plus years, we have seen it all, and have probably tried almost everything to make novel units successful in our classroom.

Top 5 Ways to Teach Novel Units in the Upper Elementary Classroom

5th Grade Common Core ELA/Literacy Assessments and Teachin

English Language Arts | Literacy Assessments and Teaching Notes (5th Grade)

A Common Core Language Arts Unit based on The Lorax by Dr. Seuss. Perfect for 4th and 5th grade! Inferring, Context Clues, Elements of Fiction, etc... $

A Common Core Language Arts Unit based on The Lorax by Dr. Perfect for and grade! Inferring, Context Clues, Elements of Fiction, Inferences, compare/contrast

Blog series explaining how to use iPods during the writing block. Focusing on 6 +1 Traits of writing and app ideas to go with it!

iPod/iPad in the classroom - teaching writing traits. Includes recommended apps for each trait.

Theodor Seuss Geisel.....A.K.A. Dr. Seuss. This pack includes a short close reading passage about the famous author. It is a high interest and filled with fun facts, such as what a pen name is, how he became known as Dr. Seuss even though he doesn't have a doctorate degree, his first and last children's books published, and lots more.

Theodor Seuss Geisel: Otherwise Known as Dr. Seuss: Passage and Questions

This writing activity gives students an opportunity to learn about the parts of speech while being introduced to popular works of poetry. This is a fun way to combine two different activities in a creative and engaging manner.

Parts of Speech Poetry (supplemental resource for ANY poetry unit!)

This poetry activity gives students an opportunity to learn about the parts of speech while being introduced to popular works of poetry.

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