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Kids draw the parts of the story on it on sticky notes and place them on the retell/comprehension chart.

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Make a monster, and write a descriptive paragraph, sentence, or words to describe him/her. For a center one week, make up a story about how you met the monster and record it. The center next week, can be listening to the recordings made by classmates. Post the monsters around the center.

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Teacher's Pet - Today's Magic Word Mat - FREE Classroom Display Resource - EYFS, KS1, KS2, parts of speech, vocabulary, dictionary, vocab, a...

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writing prompt idea

"Ev’rybody’s looking for that something One thing...

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Book Walk 4

Book Walk

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Writing prompt

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5 easy set-up centers for your classroom - I can see this being used for sight words!

5 Easy Student Learning Centers « Teacher Created Tips

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Writing prompt

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What a great idea for conferences~! This teacher makes a board of some handouts perfect for practicing at home, because so many times the parents want to help but aren't sure how (or don't have the materials). Brilliant!

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Full of great ideas to help you teach character traits in reading.

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Vocabulary Dice: use as a game in the classroom to go over vocabulary words. The sides say: act it out, define it, synonym or antonym, draw it, use it in a sentence, and your choice. Great way for kids to get creative!

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At large group time a favorite activity has been SECRET SENTENCE time! Working together we read the words and figure out where they belong. We have been learning that a sentences begins with a capital letter and ends with a punctuation mark.

KC Kindergarten Times: daily 5

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Great workstation idea: Silly Sentences- follow the color code to put the words in order to find out what the "silly sentence" is.

First Grade Fresh: Literacy Workstations

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Strategy for writing complete sentences. Perfect for first grade.

Saylor's Log: Adjectives and Describing Sentences

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Roll-a-Sentence activity- teaches how to write a complete sentence.

Roll a Sentence (FREE Printable Included)

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Writing FREEBIE!....Follow for Free 'too-neat-not-to-keep' literacy tools other fun teaching stuff :)

Top Quality Target- Writing FREEBIE

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LOVE this for getting kids to think about their writing!!! .... Follow for more FREE 'too-neat-not-to-keep' literacy tools other fun teaching stuff :)

Reading This Is So Satisfying

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Mrs. Attayas First Grade Literacy Stations....even third and fourth graders could benefit from this. Kids have to be sure they have each color represented in their sentence.

Mrs. Attaya's First Grade Literacy Stations

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Display idea for group rotations - could use for guided reading, literacy or maths groups. Give students some autonomy in selecting their activity, rotating through the stations and moving their pegs.

Primary Graffiti

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Contraction Surgery

Delighted in Second: March 2012

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This is a great activity to keep stocked in your literacy centers! It’s low prep and students LOVE it! I love it too for the additional fine motor practice it allows! The words are the first 25 High-Frequency Words by Fountas and Pinnell) To get started: *Print and copy the pages you’d like to use *Place them in a bin with scissors, a glue sticks, and several child friendly magazines, catalogs, or advertisements for students to search for their words! *Let your students have at it!

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A wonderful site for children to be able to create stories through fabulous art work

Storybird - Artful Storytelling

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Making Inferences not Predictions

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Write a short story to explain the problem and solution.

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Adjectives, Adjectives, Adjectives! Combination art and parts-of-speech activity to help students describe themselves! A great activity for second and third graders at the beginning of the year!

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