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Say It, Make It, Write It Mats - How to Use Them Six Different Ways

Say It, Make It, Write It Free Printable Mats - How to Use Them Six Different Ways. Find out how to use this one free printable resource in your classroom 6 ways! Perfect for literacy centers, literacy work stations, sight word practice or even your maths centers | you clever monkey

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Organzing Leveled Literacy Intervention Groups. Keep LLI materials organized and accessable for push-in groups!

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Free Snowman Rhyming Puzzles - Fairy Poppins

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FREE Daily 5 Menu / Literacy Station Ideas PrintableI have compiled ideas to use for Daily 5. The girth of these ideas stem from Work on Writing and Word Work. I have received a lot of questions from new teachers on how/what to do at those stations! There are so many awesome resources out there that embody these basic ideas.I hope this helps you with planning and organize your thoughts and ideas!

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The Mitten- Literacy Activities to go with the book The Mitten by Jan Brett. Lots of hands-on language activities perfect for Kindergarten!

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Language Arts centers for the whole month! 3-6 grades: September

Emergent Literacy for students with significant disabilities. This is a perfect way to introduce whole group literacy concepts in your autism or special education classroom.

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Drawing as a Writing Prompt

Use directed drawing as a writing prompt with literacy templates that are built right into the drawing lesson for every school holiday and season (free sample sets)

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