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"The Diary of a Suicide" by Ayli_Harris - Carter Miller was an average teenager, gliding through life and dreading the years ahead. But when he began reading the diary of a suicidal girl, all that changed. For better, and most certainly for worse. ....[This story is one of my own, but I was told it'd fit the bill of this board. Within this novel-in-the-making, I explore the themes of suicide and reach into the mind of one of its victims, one you just may find yourself falling in love with ;)...

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Carter Miller was an average teenager; barely passing through school, gliding through life, and dreading the years ahead. But one summers day, that changed. For when Carter began reading the diary of a suicidal girl, he did not know he wouldn't be able to stop. And now, as his life slowly begins forming around each subtle word she writes, he finds that her reasons are quite similar to his own....

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Sound Chart students can color! There's a blends chart too

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Sounds and Blends Black and White Charts - Kindergarten worksheets - Education Teaching Phonics, Kindergarten Literacy, Literacy Activities, Teaching Reading, How To Teach Reading, Kindergarten Sight Words List, Reading School, Preschool Sight Words, Word Family Activities
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Turn Old iPods into Classroom Listening Centers!

Turn your old iPods into Classroom Listening Centers! Step-by-step directions to convert your old cassettes into MP3 Files!

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Sneezy the Snowman printable freebie! Language Activities, Reading Activities, Classroom Activities, Winter Activities, Preschool Winter, Classroom Fun, Future Classroom, Sneezy The Snowman, Worksheets

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We read Sneezy the Snowman this week...I had not read it before and it is the CUTEST! My kids loved that silly snowman! We have been working hard on story elements and retelling stories and this book is perfect for that! It has a clear problem and solution and the events are pretty easy to do sequential order. My teammate suggested making up a little page with all of the pieces from the story so that our kids could tape them onto a popsicle stick {because everything is more fun with a…

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Synonym and Antonym ESL Worksheet

TEFL Online. ✅ TEFL courses. ✅ Accredited Certification. ✅ Synonyms and antonyms worksheet for first grade and second grade. Students find a synonym and an antonym for each word.

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Practice building words with the OO sound with cereal - fun vowel teams phonics activity (may art activities for kids) Homeschool Kindergarten, Kindergarten Reading, Preschool Learning, Kindergarten Activities, Fun Learning, Learning Activities, Homeschooling, Jolly Phonics Activities, Word Family Activities

Five for Friday - May 1, 2015

Hey friends! I'm linking up with Doodle Bugs Teaching for Five for Friday to share 5 fun things from this week. This week is all ...

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Are you looking for engaging videos to teach kids phonics? I've spent hours finding the perfect phonics videos. Phonics For Kids, Phonics Reading, Teaching Phonics, Phonics Activities, Kindergarten Literacy, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Guided Reading, Teaching Reading

The Giant List of YouTube Videos for Teaching Students Phonics

Are you looking for engaging videos to teach kids phonics? I've spent hours finding the perfect phonics videos...and they're all right here!

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Teach Point of View with Pixar

March 2019

Why not teach common core standards for English Language Arts using Pixar short films, Ted Talks, popular film clips for students and other inspirational video clips for students? Need a fun Point …

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Anchor Charts - Caus

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Anchor Charts Cause and Effect is part of Science Room Anchor Charts - Here are a few great anchor charts on Cause and Effect from around the web From Second Grade Smarty Arties From Room 201 at Ela Anchor Charts, Kindergarten Anchor Charts, Reading Anchor Charts, In Kindergarten, Synonyms Anchor Chart, Anchor Charts First Grade, Science Anchor Charts, Classroom Posters, Science Classroom

How to Writing in First Grade - Susan Jones

How to writing is one of my favorite writing units to teach. My students just get it and they enjoy writing many, many pieces! Maybe it’s because my students think they know how to do everyyyytthiinngggg. 😉 If your students are like mine, let them run with the idea that they know it ALL and have […]

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