Need a fun classroom activity to kick off the school week? Create a Mad Lib in OneNote to teach kids about grammar and get their creative juices flowing. Print this Mad Lib (or share digitally) and capture stories of wacky weekends. Find out more about what OneNote can do.

Need a fun classroom activity to kick off the school week? Create a Mad Lib in…

Why I love the book Strategies That Work and FREE posters for your classroom!

Reading Strategies that Work!

Reading Strategies that Work! Why I love the book Strategies That Work and FREE posters for your classroom!

Reading Comprehension can be difficult but with these Reading Comprehension Graphic Organizers, students are supported via sentence frames and vocabulary suggestions specific to the comprehension skill or strategy. Students will learn to discuss and write about text using high level academic language.  Reading Comprehension Graphic Organizers with Language Support or Detachable Bookmark contain 40 different graphic organizers in two different formats for a total of 80 different options.

Graphic Organizers with Language Support

Reading Comprehension can be difficult but with these Reading Comprehension Graphic Organizers, students are supported via sentence frames and vocabulary suggestions specific to the comprehension skill or strategy. Students will learn to discuss and write

This blog post contains a FREE compare and contrast reading activity! Materials are included so you can replicate the compare and contrast anchor chart and lesson for your own upper elementary and middle school students.

Compare and contrast Materials so youreplicate the compare and contrast anchor chart and lesson for your own upper elementary and middle school students.

Weekly Reading Homework FREEBIE

Weekly Reading Homework FREEBIE or for struggling readers

Read about how I use games to teach parts of speech!

Read about how I use games to teach parts of speech! (Could I incorporate any of this into the art class) (Literacy mandate)

Grab this homophone freebie plus an anchor chart, video, games and more…

Crazy Homophones….Plus a Freebie!

Homophones can be such a pain (pane?) Make learning homophones a little more fun with this freebie, anchor chart and links to great homophone games!

A grammar game that helps principles stick. Use for Active/Passive voice, parts of speech, and many other grammar or punctuation rules.

Grammar Game for Secondary Students. A grammar game that helps principles stick. Use for Active/Passive voice, parts of speech, and many other grammar or punctuation rules.

Interactive projects for ANY novel | middle and high school | 7-12 | rubric included

20 Hands-On Projects for ANY Novel: 20 Rubrics Included

Interactive projects for ANY novel

Get 8 mini anchor charts to help teach your students about the 8 parts of speech. These mini anchor charts are a great addition to any student journal.

Parts of Speech Mini Anchor Charts

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