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Theme Anchor Chart! Great for discussing big ideas and themes in stories, along with questions to help with student thinking!

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prefixes video

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Going in my classroom!

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Check out this site for funny ways to teach grammar and punctuation.

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Ever seen this anchor chart for prepositions and wished you had a copy to print off yourself? Now you can!!!

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Life in 4B...: tone/mood anchor chart

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Elementary Fiction Book Report Poster for Reading Assessment

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BLOOM'S TAXONOMY VERBS Print this handy reference sheet. (This link takes you directly to a printer-friendly PDF document.)

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Literature Circles Without Tears

Fun and Easy Literature Circles: Illustrated Student Instruction Sheets, Participation Guides and Cube Templates - based on BLOOM'S TAXONOMY - add excitement to group discussions. (priced item)

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Non-fiction text structures chart. Nice visual representation to show each type. - Mrs. Braun's 2nd Grade Class

Mrs. Braun's 2nd Grade Class

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10 Nonfiction Activity Ideas for Kids!

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Common Core's Student Expectations for Point of View. RL.6 and RI.6

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Touching Spirit Bear Novel Study Guide

This 75-page novel study guide contains vocabulary and comprehension questions on each chapter of the novel. In addition there are 50 activities st...

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The Reader's Notebook

Notebook

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Reading test prep

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Free Common Core Standards Aligned Graphic Organizers

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take old exams from the past and copy them on different colored paper depending on the year - sort based on type of question

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Writing Workshop Series: Post #1 Writers' Notebooks

I love how she walks through the writing process and the notebook setup.

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Homework bingo - If they turn in their homework for that morning they get to write their name on any square. On friday's I will pull out two bingo chips...and whatever names are on that square they will be able to pick out of the treasure box. Know a teacher who does this, the kids love it

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“I Can” Common Core! This shows exactly what they need to know for all grades!

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Reference Sources

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synthesizing

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Paragraph of the Week...a super scaffolded way to get the kids writing daily. It really has helped my students to become better, more confident writers. (there is a free sample available before you buy the whole thing) $

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Snowball Synonyms

Snowball Synonyms! Fun, cut/paste hands on vocabulary activities. priced item

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Listing character traits in a double bubble, with evidence of why the student thought that was a character trait underneath the bubble. The evidence came straight from the text.

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