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Literacy

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Sight Word Mats (Freebie), Students create the sight words out of a variety of materials.

Simple Writing Checklist Anchor Chart

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All Students Can Shine: Reading At Home - Tips For Parents

All Students Can Shine: Reading At Home - Tips For Parents

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Descriptive writing - Lost-Students describe their snowman so that it can be uniquely identified

Just Add Clipart: It's Snowing in Alabama

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English Idioms: The Body

Debbie Diller on Word Walls.... 1. Make a border or grid for the letters/words. Based on research, the brain sees in borders. 2. Make vowels and consonants different colours. 3. Add a picture for the beginning sound of the letter. 4. Make the words on the word wall black and white. Words are easier to see and it is a common color for words in print.

Exit Ticket - for the end of the day and before lunch

Decoding strategies anchor chart

nonfiction anchor chart | Text Feature Resources - Mrs. Warner's 4th Grade Classroom

Fifty Free Sight Word Activities! Great for reviewing sight words over the summer and all year round!

Reading Is Thinking: Teaching point of view with the LaRue series

{Heart-y Idioms} A freebie game for idioms with a Valentine's Day theme!

Sunday Save Day {Heart-y Idioms}

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Interviews for Primary Students

Second Grade Style: Word Work Apps

Capital Letters anchor chart

Text Connections: These are very relevant when studying literature, as well as non-fiction.

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Hello Literacy: Making Connections

Making Connections - What does this remind me of? Flat vs Deep connections -- anchor chart

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Making Connections Starters

PTO 5: This is a really cute graphic organizer that students can use to make connections with a text. On one side they write something that they read in the book and on the other side, they write what the thing in the book reminds them of in real life.

Making connections