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Have your students bring a popular fairy tale to life while at the same time, learning the proper format of a newspaper article. This assignment includes EVERYTHING you would need to get your students started including a brainstorm sheet, practice paper, template and rubric!

First, we brainstormed a time that we have been sick. My students made a little bubble map in their journals to start their process. I love how this cutie made her bubble map into a sick person. The next day, we put all of our ideas together on the chart shown above!

Teach students to write a thesis statement with this interactive PowerPoint that includes examples and activities. Easy to understand and can be used for reinforcement. FREE! Grades 3+

{Daily Common Core Reading Practice} MORE THAN 10 COMMON CORE STANDARDS ARE COVERED. Informational text, realistic fiction, historical fiction, plays/drama and more are included. Many standards repeat across the weeks for steady review. Students build content area knowledge as they review for Common Core. FIVE WEEKS ARE INCLUDED $4.99

LOVE it! Fun way to talk about sparkle words and words that bring color and life to a paper (& an easy display afterwards)

ELEMENTS OF POETRY GRAPHIC ORGANIZER For upper elementary and Middle School/ Junior High Students......One of my first TPT products. I gave it a slight facelift and added a page.

FREE - 12 posters to display in your classroom. These are great for helping students understand that history is more important than memorizing dates.

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Non-Fiction Newspaper or Magazine "Book" Report

Nonfiction Newspaper or Magazine "Book" Report free assignment sheet.

Create and hang on your wall so students can self assess their work. No more "Is this done??" Click on the picture for more teaching ideas!

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Social Media Exit Tickets

Exit tickets are fantastic at getting your students to reflect on their learning in your lessons. Students love these social media exit tickets as it allows them to reflect by using a medium they are very familiar with! There are 3 different types of tickets included: Twitter, Facebook and texting with sparkly goodness!