Why Read 20 Minutes? All parents need to read this. Really like the pictograph for visualization.

Great for meet the teacher night! Why Read 20 Minutes? All parents need to read this. Really like the pictograph for visualization.

Students formed groups of three or four and collected their materials. Each group received a disposable plate with three sections. The sections were labeled “prefix,” “suffix,” and “root word.” Finally, groups were given a bag of big words. They used scissors to cut the words into parts and drop each part into its respective section on the plate.

WORD IDENTIFICATION Prefix, Suffix, Root word activity - Begin with full words. Students cut off prefixes and suffixes and sort the three sections. Label each part of the plate with Root, Suffix, and Prefix.

Multiple meanings match up! Students match up the different words with the multiple meanings

First Grade Common Core Language Standards

Multiple meanings match up! Easy literacy center that gets primary students to match words with their multiple meanings or ESL activity because English is a tough language!

Text structures

I love this anchor chart to teach non- fiction text structure. Not only does it give a description of each of the text structures, but it also provides a graphic organizer that can be used with each structure. by eve

Levels of thinking found on Post-its.  Great for Reader's Notebooks!

Workshop Wednesday: Response to Literature {FREEBIES!} Teaching students to record their thinking as they read on post it notes. Three levels of notes, and learning to "write long" in their journals from the post it notes.

All Things Upper Elementary: Response to Reading ANSWER method

written response anchor chart- from: Shut The Door And Teach! All Things Upper Elementary

Great Step-by-step anchor chart for citing evidence and making inferences.

Great Step-by-step anchor chart and instructional ideas for citing evidence and making inferences.

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