WORD COLLECTION JARS! Pull 10 words from the jar and create a story using all 10 words!

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literally *everything* that you would need to do guided reading in ANY grade! Pin now, read later

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This is a "cheat sheet" to help all teachers in grades 1-5 remember what to do before/during/after reading during a Guided Reading lesson. FREE via Amanda Devany

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website gives specific books for whatever strategy you are teaching!

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Oh my gosh, this is the best thing ever!!! Book list that correlates with the ELA common core strands by grade level!!

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Forms, Forms, Forms!

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"Show, Not Tell" poster for revising writing and adding more detail.

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Squiggle story-Easy enough to have ready for a substitute in an emergency. Useful for a wide range of grade levels.

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Capitalization anchor chart.

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Transition words anchor chart PLUS a free graphic organizer to go with it.

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writing

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Great ideas for literacy stations

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Pointers for guided reading groups.

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Center rotations

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Author's Editing Checkllst

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writing station

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Persuasive Graphic Organizer

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persuasive writing - Santa's reindeer job application

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Texts for each of the Traits of Writing.

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Anchor chart: 3 Ways to Read

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"Good readers ACTIVATE (throw your hands in the air) their SCHEMA (put your hands on your head) to understand what they READ (open hands like a book). Our SCHEMA (put your hands on your head) GROWS (use arms to show expanding) and CHANGES (roll arms in a circle)."

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Fiction

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Nonfiction

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make a t-chart like this to show differences between RtS and RwS

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punctuation chart!

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