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Bedhead-Writihave them write down any "seed ideas" in their Writer's Notebook that they thought of when they heard the story. Many students will jot down an idea that has to do with a bad haircut, hair day, or picture day!

someone wanted but so graphic organizer | Summarizing with Somebody-Wanted-But-So

Summarizing Unit with Somebody-Wanted-But-So FREE:).Love this and it could be a PREZI or Any kind of presentation, kept in notebook for study, add more to it as well

Expository Text Structures foldable for teaching simple structures like cause/effect, problem/solution, etc, etc.

Great Flip Chart~Exploring non fiction text structure based on the book Nonfiction Matters by Stephanie Harvey. Our school did a study on this last year and it really made a difference!

This teacher selected 8 students each week to write in one of the journals. The next week, 8 different children will be selected to write, and so on. By the end of the school year, each  journal will have 25 different entries in them.

8 whole class journals for the students to write in. Select 8 students each week to write in one of the journals. The next week, 8 different children will be selected to write, and so on. By the time were finished, each journal should have about 25 differ

"Would You Rather" writing prompts. (You will need to copy, paste and print because this link is broken.)

Would You Rather?

"Would You Rather" writing prompts. (You will need to copy, paste and print because this link is broken.) Great ice breaker, too!

This powerpoint is colorful, adorable, and includes real-life connections, helping your students retain a thorough understanding of main idea, summ...

This powerpoint makes learning MAIN IDEA and SUMMARIZING fun and simple! Powerpoint contains: - 22 editable slides - 6 videos - classroom game - 2 summary video lessons to do as whole class instruction or independent activity

The Boy Who Cried Fabulous to teach that "said" is dead...finding new words to use when our words seem tired and overused and boring.

english > texts - the boy who cried fabulous, good inspiration text for teaching word choice

Students will create their own personal humourous narrative after reading one, creating a success criteria checklist, and practicing applying it to their own writing. They will peer-edit and...

This would be a great poster for grade classrooms! It can help students continually understand the difference between editing and revising and what similarities they have as well! Great resource for the classroom walls!

MobyMax is a free, complete curriculum for ALL K-8 subjects including math, reading, phonics, language, vocabulary, spelling, writing, science, and even state test prep. Moby badges are a great way to keep students motivated! Students earn a badge for every 50 correct problems answered in lesson topics that are passed. MobyMax is specifically designed for teachers.

MobyMax enables students to learn twice as fast with award-winning Personalized Learning, Pinpoint Assessments, and Interactive Classroom.

Everything you need to help students work on comparing and contrasting! Students pick a card from the jar and think of ways the two items are the same and different. Next, choose one of the graphic organizers to complete.

Compare and Contrast Jar for Workstations and Centers

Everything you need to help students work on comparing and contrasting! Students pick a card from the jar and think of ways the two items are the same and different. Next, choose one of the graphic organizers to complete.

Creative Writing 101: Point of View Retellings {3/12}. Use children's books to teach point of view and unreliable narrator.

Creative Writing 101: Point of View Retellings

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