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List of Books with Figurative Language

Books with Figurative Language

5 weeks of reading homework prompts. Can be reused every 5 weeks! 2nd-4th grade

Weekly Reading Homework

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Book Report Form for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade students to fill out before taking AR test

Book Report Form for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade students

Reader's Workshop!Characterization-- inside & outside traits and a lesson on how characters change within a text!

Mrs. Patton's Class

Free! Figurative language anchor charts/posters/cards. alliteration • hyperbole • idioms • metaphors personification • onomatopoeia • similes

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So going to use this next year! Mentor text for teaching Reading CCSS. It has 4th, 5th, and 6th grade! #mentortext

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Fun, contemporary back-to-school lesson! Have your students draw "selfies" and describe their summer via text message prompts. Makes for a great bulletin board display!!

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Shepherd's Shining Stars: 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina

Shepherd's Shining Stars: 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina

SMART Goals lessons that help students understand what it means to set SMART goals. These five lessons have a whole group lesson plan as well as small group and individual activities to help students see and understand the individual components of setting SMART goals.

Are you SMART? Setting SMART Goals

A great idea to help develop life skills. Students learn how to define the word, give characteristics, examples and non examples. Perfect anchor chart to use for character education.

Peek at My Week ~ Oct. 6-10 | What I Have Learned

Teaching students how to answer short answer questions....this is a big challenge in 4th grade.

Life in 4B...: sentence fluency

In memory of the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, students will complete an Oral History Project. This project is a great way for students to get insight into their families lives during Hurricane Katrina. Students choose a family member or friend to interview and then create a presentation of their choice to show off their information.

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The REAL Teachers of Orange County: Bank, Store, Paycheck... Just a Day In the Life of a Classroom Economy System!

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Grade Ideas, 4Th Grade

Pinned from The best pin!! A whole library of breaking breaks categorized by age and calming v. energizing!

Ms. Fultz's Corner: We're Noodling, Are You?

Character traits blog post! I would have students look for quotes to support the trait on the card

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Better than a Book Report Lapbook. Works with any novel. Kids love lapbooks because they have a hand in creating them. Learning is just a bonus!

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Teaching Point of View using Pictures!

Teaching Point of View

Paragraph of the Week. Wow! What a jam-packed QUALITY resource! There's so much that I love about it. The instructions for use are very clear and I'll use the example pages to guide me in knowing what the work might look like. The repetition will serve to firmly reinforce what students are to do so that there is no question on the students' part. Also, the rubric is very explicit so students know what is expected. Pardon my gush, but I love this resource!

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Character traits-- I would give the character trait and have students list quotes on the notecards that support the trait given

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EDITABLE Back to School Flip Book

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How to use Pixar Short Films to quickly master Plot. 10 highly engaging short films to study plot and the story elements. “Burn-E” “Day & Night” “Dug’s Special Mission” “For the Birds” “Geri’s Game” “Knick Knack” “Lifted” “Partly Cloudy” “Presto” “Tin Toy” Enjoy the Pixar Short Films Study!

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Food idioms for kids

The Teacher Next Door

Make in powerpoint using Wordart. The font is grobold. Put one per page and blow them up to take up the whole page. Use the wordart that is outline only so it will be blank in the middle. Once you have the name typed and on the page, you can format (or it might say edit) the wordart....that's where you can make the outline thicker.

4th Grade Frolics: Monday Made It #12