Katie Gindl
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Put on poster have kids sign it like a contract, display in class! instead of having rules hung up on the wall, make it fun and hang this up. this way it doesn't seem like "rules".idea for work next year :)

This Wonder writing activity poster is triple the fun with the combination of coloring, creativity, and group work! All inspired by your Wonder novel study.  After your students are finished writing and coloring, they will collaborate to assemble the 3.3h x 2.6w poster for your classroom wall, bulletin board, classroom door, hallway, lobby, or library. The writing activity is truly insightful and reflective of the novel's central message of "Choose Kindness," "Be Kind," "Choose Kind."

This Wonder writing activity poster is triple the fun with the combination of coloring, creativity, and group work! All inspired by your Wonder novel study. After your students are finished writing and coloring, they will collaborate to assemble the

101 Websites for Elementary Teachers including Seussville, LitPick, Dino Directory and more!  http://bestteacherblog.com/websites-for-elementary-teachers/

101 Websites for Elementary Teachers including Seussville, LitPick, Dino Directory and more! Really terrific list that has links to all the websites.

FREE! Student Survey ~ Interest Inventory

Student Survey ~ Interest Inventory I hope you and your students enjoy this free student survey and interest inventory. It's great for the first day of school! Teaching Suggestions: You can run the student survey front/back, or just use the front page.

Got a struggling reader? The Measured Mom and I are teaming up to bring you some quick tips and simple tricks for teaching a struggling reader. *This post contains affiliate links.   Quick Tips for a Struggling Reader I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. Teaching struggling readers is often times like putting …

High Interest Low Readability Book List for Struggling Readers great if you teach kids in through grades This Reading Mama

Tunstall's Teaching Tidbits: Guided Reading Goods!

ABC Order Lesson~ Try word stick centers. Write groups of words on Popsicle sticks, place each set of sticks in a separate container, and then have students sort words before writing them in the correct order. Use with word wall or sight words.