Cool Reading/Langu. Arts Saves

Pre K to (at least) 4th Grade School Ideas


Cool Reading/Langu. Arts Saves

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Simple class book with repeated text... Baby, Baby, Who Could You Be? I'm _________. That's me!

TheHappyTeacher: Class Book: Baby, Baby, Who Could You Be?

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punctuation anchor chart

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just right books: bike analogy

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punctuation anchor chart

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Mrs. Cates' Kindergarten: Beginning Of The Year - night before school letter (so cute) & neat way to display morning & afternoon jobs

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Multiple Intelligence Theory for Kids - Teach your students about the many ways they are smart! Download a PDF version of this list of kid-friendly terms as well as a free MI survey for kids.

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Education to the Core: Display the writing process using the tools to complete the writing process so kids can internalize what the steps are! Kids will love reaching the next step with every writing piece you do! Get these FREE posters by following the link!

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FREE Comprehension Strategies!

2nd Grade Shenanigans: Friday FREEBIES & Unit Updates

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Pigeon quotation marks- this can easily be aligned to the Common Core. I like all the different words for "said."

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A Cupcake for the Teacher: STAR Time Reading Freebie

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Partner Talk anchor chart

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Read aloud tips, strategies, and book picks from Laura Candler

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Read aloud tips, strategies, and book picks from Laura Candler

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FREE Reading Strategies! Posters to help students decode unfamiliar words!

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Gotta love a prefix and suffix!! Two great charts here!

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Use Scrabble Cheez-its to practice making CVC words! So simple & fun for the kids

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inferencing activity.... did this and the students loved it!

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BRILLIANT! Teacher trick: Stick a cup inside the foot of a sock and have students reach inside to pull out alphabet letters, coins or any other manipulative they're using. Makes ordinary learning activities so much more fun.

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Seriously? I am going to use this!

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where's the bear? sight word practice.

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Fluency Anchor Chart

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Making connections as you read anchor chart. I've never seen Text to Media before. I like it.

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Fiddle Sticks – Undoubtedly the BEST game ever!! I’m not exaggerating. Fiddle Sticks really is the best activity ever, especially for practicing skills such as sight word recognition and math facts

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I am so doing this this year!

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MINTS Acronym for teaching

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