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Understanding writing prompts anchor chart

The Crumpled Paper Lesson and Bullying from Happy Children and Families. Example to teach kids lasting impact of unkind words & actions.

other ways to say....

Language - Mrs. Warner's 4th Grade Classroom

Showing evidence from reading FREEBIE

Stoplight anchor chart for writing a paragraph

learning quote

Parent-Friendly PRINTABLE Common Core Standards. This is what your children will be tested on starting in the 2014-2015 school year in 45 participating states (so far). Checklists for grades kindergarten - 5th grade. Simple to understand. Also available in Spanish.

A pausing point is a place in a text where you want your students to stop, think, reflect, and write. The pausing points in this resource can help you do that—and they are all fully aligned to the Common Core! These 14 “Pausing Point” reflections come in two formats: *Full page reproducibles that can be used for students to track their thinking, to prepare for book groups, or even for you to assess comprehension. *“Clippable” journal prompts that can be glued into response journals

Hand print and verse

Homework Board...OR keep track of stuff going on at school--pep rallies, sports leaving early, no school days, holidays, etc.

punctuation personalities

Research based ideas on how to set up your room. Good to consider when prepping your room for the school year.

Love this to help students understand where they live to the world.

Persuasive Writing

Prefixes and Suffixes Interactive Journal ideas

Order of Operations

Use this FREE poster / anchor chart to help your students pull the supporting evidence and details out from the text.

GREAT quote for the classroom!

Buddist Proverbs about learning

Using Claims, Counter Claims, Evidence, And Reasoning To Support Arguments In Writing (Common Core Standards 9-10.W.1.a-e) | Learnist

"This is from a college professor who is combating punctuation "myths" kids pick up in school."

On the Teacher's Lounge wall in my high school...

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The Hero’s Journey