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Language Arts

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Parts of Speech using picture book mentor texts

Teaching MOMster: Mentor Monday: Parts of Speech

Pronoun Practice --- HE / SHE / THEY Sorting Activity with Boardmaker icons.

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Multiple meaning triangles! Tons of grammar activities aligned to the common core!

TGIF! - Thank God It's First Grade!: First Grade Common Core Language Standards - Part TWO!

How I INTRODUCE My Classroom Library [Part Four in the Classroom Library Series] - The Thinker Builder

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FREE Take Home Reading - RED (Read Every Day) Folder and Reading Log

Take Home Reading - RED (Read Every Day) Folder and Reading Log

Describing speech sounds to kids. Teaching how to say a sound or working on phonemic awareness skills. From site pinned: "You will notice that the names of the speech sounds/phonemes relate to the way they sound or the way our mouths look while producing the sound. For example, the /s/ is the snake sound because a snake’s hiss can sound like the “sssssssssss,” the /b/ is the bouncing sound because the lips bounce off one another when making the sound, and so on."

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20 Songs that Add Rhyme to Your Routine. We already do a couple similar songs to this especially for clean up time/shower time.

20 Songs that Add Rhyme to your Routine - This Reading Mama

prediction anchor chart... clever! What a great way to help kids think through this process!

A Packed Week of Learning

A FUN way to review antonyms and synonyms!

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Free Text Leveling Correlation Guide (Stages of Reading Development, Grade Level K-6, Basal, Guided Reading, Reading Recovery, DRA, Lexile Level, AR, Lexile Ranges to CCR)

Librarydoor: Lexiles & Readability

Letter Formation Poems Giveaway! OH MY GOSH!!! I HAVE TO HAVE THESE!! THEY LOOK FANTABULOUS!!!

Simply Kinder: Letter Formation Poems Giveaway!

Top 25 chapter book series for 1st-3rd grade with printable list! #books #reading #homeschooling

Top 25 Chapter Book Series Book Recommendations 1st-3rd Grade

Like the vocabulary charts she's created from read alouds.

My Heart Belongs in First: Vocabulary

"What can I do at home to help my child learn to read?" As a Reading Specialist, I hear this question frequently from parents. I created this guide to give parents information, activities, and suggestions for helping their children at home. This guide is perfect for parents because it explains early reading concepts in clear, easy-to-understand language. You don't have to be an education professional to understand this parent guide!

Parent's Guide to Reading: First Grade Edition

Interactive Student Notebooks--so many GREAT ideas here! ... from Adventures of a 6th Grade Teacher (blog)

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Fairy Tale

Fairy Tale/Storybook Characters Unit

Book that can teach verbs and activity

First Grade Blue Skies: It is Time for...a freebie!

Love this idea. Reading timeline for students to keep track of the books they've read, or for books read during whole class read-aloud time!

The Inspired Classroom: Interactive Reading Notebook Post 1

Great blog post about classroom library…with pics! Plus, FREE Genre Posters from Having Class in Third Grade

Having Class: Classroom Libraries - Freebie Alert!

This looks hilarious! To go along with the book "What if you had animal teeth"

First Grade Wow: science

Figurative language- similies, metaphors, alliteration, etc. Examples of books as well as anchor charts and activities for each! USE THIS PULLMAN TEAM!

Flamingos and Butterflies: Where to begin??

Domain 8 Animals and Habitats: First Grade Blue Skies: Label It! Landforms, Habitats, and Seasons (Freebie and Giveaway)

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Author's Purpose anchor chart (picture only) I love how each genre is listed beside the purpose.

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TGIF! - Thank God It's First Grade!: My Mouth is a VOLCANO!!!

TGIF! - Thank God It's First Grade!: My Mouth is a VOLCANO!!!

"Hands Go Up" sung to Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star to transition them to the carpet for story time.