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.
7 Steps to Creating the Perfect Story [Infographic]
Do your kids have trouble remembering what they read? Try this simple comprehension strategy: read, cover, remember, retell.
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. Great lifebook idea for teens and tweens beth o'malley
Top 5 Ways to Teach Novel Units in the Upper Elementary Classroom - Wise Guys
Grade Common Core English Language Arts Assessments and Teaching Notes
Theodor Seuss Geisel Passage and Questions
This poetry activity gives students an opportunity to learn about the parts of speech while being introduced to popular works of poetry.