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    This article provides a framework for how to write essay conclusions that are clear, strong and powerful. The concepts are applicable to the essays of middle school and high school writing all the way up through writing in college and graduate school.

    How to Write the Conclusion of an Essay

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    WRITING WORKSHOP ANCHOR CHART {CLEVER CONCLUSIONS} - TeachersPayTeache...

    Writing Workshop Anchor Chart {Clever Conclusions}

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    Essential Oils in the Classroom! Use essential oils oils for focus, attention, memory, taking tests and more. www.greenlivingla...

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    Book Selfie Bulletin Board

    Found Friday Library Centers - Mrs Lodge's Library

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    texts to teach 6 traits of writing

    Inside The Classroom: Mentor Texts For Writer's Workshop

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    A whole site dedicated to organizing your classroom....I died and went to heaven!

    Getting Organized

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    Word Work activities that work for any vocabulary words. Perfect for use with Daily 5 or in literacy centers for upper elementary students. Just print, laminate, and place in your Word Work center for easy student instructions! Includes 15 activities!

    Word Work for Big Kids

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    20 quick grab & go graphic organizer to make Guided Reading run easier & smoother!

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    Math flaps for interactive notebooks! They cover lots of skills and include editable flaps!

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    Comprehension Strategies...Questions to Help Kids Understand What They Are Reading. Great list to have handy during homework time and bedtime stories

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    Fountas and Pinnell levels tied to common core and RTI....I was looking for some ideas for explaining book levels to parents, and here it is!

    Hello Literacy: Progress Monitoring vs. monitoring progress

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    This blog posts tells you how to make a "mini-lesson" that is only ten minutes long! I believe this concept could be applied to any subject.

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    Theme anchor chart

    Following My Heart to First Grade: Anchors Away!

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

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    Writing Anchor Chart- love this!

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    All Students Can Shine: Reading At Home - Tips For Parents

    All Students Can Shine: Reading At Home - Tips For Parents

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    Our Last Day in Pictures. Fun party games for the classroom, love the minute to win it ideas

    Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Our Last Day in Pictures

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    A fun end of the year student gift!

    my own twist on things: endings...and beginnings

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    This is a freebie that I use with my Poetry Anthology. Even if you don't use anthologies with your students, this makes a cute end of the year gift...

    Freebie: Poetry Anthology Last Day Poem for Students

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    End of the year gift for my kiddies! Going to type up the poem in a cute DJ Inkers font on an Avery 2x4 label (I love labels). Having my room mom take a pic of me with each kid, print picture in black and white with a white border (hopefully this can be done), and stick the poem label on the back. Cute, easy, and cost effective!

    First Grade Factory: end of the year

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    Each student gets a beach ball and all students sign it at end of year as going away gift to one another

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    Cute idea for birthday party or end of school year photo...I'm going to glue our class photo from the field trip to the middle of construction paper and have all the kids sign it...then laminate, end of the year gift!!!!!

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    5th grade probability--Help prepare your students for the STAAR test! TEKS 5.12B--Using experimental data to make predictions --Great STAAR prep! #probability #5thgrade #STAAR #Texas #ThePensiveSloth

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    Test Prep Activity: Gallery Walk. Get the students up and moving to solve problems, justify their answers, and critique other students' answers.

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    Inference Riddle Game by Phil and David Tulga

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