Free Frayer Model vocabulary graphic organizers.
Compare and Contrast Graphic Organizers (freebie)
Using Social Media to Assess Learning
FREE Inferences Printables- Ready to use inferences activities for 3rd-5th grade! This inference sample includes inferences printables, inferences task cards, and inferences using pictures. ENJOY!
FREE Three Little Pigs Graphic Organizers
***UPDATE: This file was updated with a facelift! Hope you enjoy!*** This download is for two reflection organizers for students to use while reading. The objective of this download is to guide students through reflection as they read their chapter books or picture books.
Free - Venn Diagram with lines --use it to compare Admiral Perry with Matthew Henson -- great for character traits, skill sets, background, etc...
free close reading sheets...perfect for later in the year.
Writing "sandwich summaries" for Tony's Bread duriing our Tomie dePaola author study. Post includes a FREE SWBST summary writing tool. From a 4-part blog series on teaching with Tomie dePaola books | Around the Kampfire
I would use this worksheet during a read-aloud. I would pass this out and have students fill it out before I read when they only knew the title and what the book was about; during reading; and after when their during reading questions had not been answered. Then we could answer them all as a class or find partners to help answer them.
A free funky KWL graphic organiser.
Free Compare & Contrast Graphic Organizers and Signal Word Posters from A Touch of Class Teaching on TeachersNotebook.com - (11 pages) - This download includes 3 printable posters, and 4 compare and contrast graphic organizers.
This is a small portion of activities we have created to try to improve the motivation and interest of middle school children....
Character Map Anchor Chart. Bring your character to life! (k-5) interactive chart
Author Study (writing a book report)
Character Profile Organizer + a great article about character study
Free cause and effect printables for Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad, Day.
We're working on character traits this week, and I figured I'd share the organizer I made so others can use it if it fits their needs.
This graphic organizer may save you time. Add the main idea to the center box and have your students find the appropriate supporting details or have your students complete all five boxes. It's up to you. Enjoy!
Character Study Organizers
Adventures of a Third Grade Teacher: Fact and Opinion
Compare Contrast Clue Words! Each child gets two post it's and uses the clue words to do both.
FREE Setting Graphic Organizer-A great tool to use when teaching students about the setting. #free #teach #tpt