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Language Arts/Reading

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"How I Became a Pirate" Cause and Effect Activity

Main Idea foldable—fun way to practice citing textual evidence!

Crystal's Classroom: Reading Foldables

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10 Nonfiction Activity Ideas for Kids!

I.N.K.: 10 Nonfiction Activity Ideas for Kids

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No Excuses Writing

Books with Adjectives ~ Our favorite books for teaching about adjectives | This Reading Mama

Books with Adjectives - This Reading Mama

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Prefix Tree Freebie

Mrs. Rhodes' Scholars: Prefix and Suffix Leaves

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Character Traits Anchor Chart (blog post includes a FREEBIE and an activity idea!)

Common and Proper Noun Sort FREEBIE

Common and Proper Noun Sort

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Teaching main idea and details.

Help Students Build a Reading Identity I’m the kind of reader who… I want to be the kind of reader who… My reading goals are…

Poetry Anchor Chart

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Parts of Speech Flipbook. This needs to be done the first week of school! must do this! #partsofspeech

Parts of Speech Activities - Layers of Learning

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Parts of Speech {Pennant Banners!}

Parts of Speech {Pennant Banners} Posters!

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Using ipad for retell...I love this idea!!!! Great for "Read to Someone" center.

I {Heart} Teaching: No Prep iPad Literacy Center

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Guided Reading Question Cards: Questions to ask BEFORE, DURING, AFTER reading. {Also includes editable template!}

TheHappyTeacher: Guided Reading Question Cards

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How NOT to Start Third Grade... Back to School Books - A Grade Specific Reading List

Spelling ideas. I like this because it gives the students a choice of which they want to do during the week. I would have them choose 4 each week. Great for differentiation!

What the Teacher Wants!: Spelling homework/practice

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Please enjoy this Sweet Synonym I Have, Who Has freebie! Follow my page and check out the rest of my products.

Stick ABC order. Draw 10 sticks from the can/bucket. Write in ABC order. Simple!

FREE Drawing Conclusions Activities - Mystery Bags, Descriptive Writing, and Independent Practice

PowerPoint Presentation on Drawing Conclusions

Grammar Journals. 1 skill per week, applied in actual student journal entries. Great idea instead of weekly worksheets

Personalized Word "Walls" Each child gets a page with the alphabet on it and can add words throughout the year.. What a great way to differentiate during writing!

Fun with Fact and Opinion

antonym chart