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Great for the Common Core.

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Argument writing anchor chart based on Toulmin Model

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My Friends Call me Nelly: Did you ever Wonder....

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Troublesome Words They're Their & There

Language Arts Anchor Charts

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Cute homophone task cards. Finally, lots of targeted practice!

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200 Ways to Say Went. Hmm these will come in handy

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Simile & Metaphor Word Sort: This engaging, educational game will help you address the Common Core Standard: CCSS.ELA Literacy L.5 3rd-7th Grade!

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Subjects and Predicates CAN be fun! This FREEBIE is a shortened version of my full powerpoint lesson: “Sentence Structure Lessons #1: Subjects and Predicates.” This file includes an introduction and modeled practice in identifying the subject and predicate of a sentence.

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Reading Literature Graphic Organizers for 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade. Common Core aligned. Great for any book! $

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FREE Worksheet Generator~ Create your own worksheets to introduce or review Identifying Prepositional Phrases. Choose to have students (1) write, (2) underline and write, or (3) underline and select from multiple choices. Select one or two columns, and paper size. Then hit "create worksheet." It's that easy!

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Another way to make Shurley Grammar a little bit more interesting.

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8 Fun Dictionary Activities www.minds-in-bloo...

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This worksheet and test are all about helping students strengthen their writing techniques. Right from the first page students learn the subtle difference between simile and metaphor can be tricky, but with this worksheet things will become much clearer. Students will also learn about personification and alliteration. The second page tasks students with recognizing each technique in the wild. The final page gets students to create their own examples. Also included is a paired assessment!

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Use these fun activities to help your students remember how to use these common homophones correctly in their writing: to, two, too, and there, their, they’re. $

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Poetry Annotation: A How-To Guide For Students (Presentation, Printable Examples, & Exercise)

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Helping Verbs: Quick Mastery~ Students learn the complete list of helping verbs by singing new words to a familiar tune. Fun, easy, and ready-to-use! Includes handouts, lyrics, and easy-to-use assessment tools. #verb #song #helping #handouts #helpingverb

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Is That Sarcasm? Enhanced Lesson Plan for Irony, Satire, and Parody, Printables/ Handouts, Students Notes Students like to laugh while they learn...

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Books for teaching idioms

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Tips!

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Common Core Rubrics for every grade. Click the image to access them. $4

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synonym chart

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antonym chart

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Simple song for learning continents and oceans

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Simple dialogue quotation marks.

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teaching irregular plurals

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