10 Ways to be a Great Student Chart

10 Ways to be a Great Student Chart

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33 Common Words & Phrases You Might Be Saying Wrong

This infographic is courtesy of Jennifer Frost of GrammarCheck. Visit them online at grammarcheck.net or check out the free online grammar checker at gramm

WeAreTeachers Blog 16 Apps That Motivate Kids to Read by Erin Macpherson | Jun 26, 2013

WeAreTeachers Blog 16 Apps That Motivate Kids to Read by Erin Macpherson | Jun 26, 2013

Add a little fun to ANY novel, play, short story, or history unit with this easy-to-use worksheet. Click HERE for print-and-teach materials!

Character Cell Phone – Fun Writing Handout, Use with ANY Literature Grades 6-12

Add a little fun to ANY novel, play, short story, or history unit with this easy-to-use worksheet. Click HERE for print-and-teach materials!

Interactive reading board! Each student will fill their cup with books they read in and out of school throughout the year! I used paint sample slips from a local hardware store! Thank you! Students can check out their peer cups for ideas and we will total books read by class! Fill your cup with knowledge!

Interactive reading board! Each student will fill their cup with books they read in and out of school throughout the year! I used paint sample slips from a local hardware store! Thank you! Students can check out their peer cups for ideas and we will total books read by class! Fill your cup with knowledge!

This would be such an awesome lesson! Around valentines day, have students pick out a blind date with a book and then present their blind date to the class on Valentines Day! Still celebrating, but also learning.  *UPDATE* Actually did this with my 7th grade students this last semester and they had a BLAST! What a great way to get students reading!

And Now For The Greatest Blind Date Ever

This would be such an awesome lesson! Around valentines day, have students pick out a blind date with a book and then present their blind date to the class on Valentines Day! Still celebrating, but also learning. *UPDATE* Actually did this with my 7th grade students this last semester and they had a BLAST! What a great way to get students reading!

Grammatical Name Art - 1: Write name in bubble letters. 2: First letter write nouns that relate to you (common or proper nouns). 3: Second letter write verbs that relate to you (action or linking verbs). 4: Third letter write adjectives that describe you. Remaining letters, Students can choose to write more nouns, verbs, or adjectives. Love this for a grammar review at the beginning of the year!

Grammatical Name Art - 1: Write name in bubble letters. 2: First letter write nouns that relate to you (common or proper nouns). 3: Second letter write verbs that relate to you (action or linking verbs). 4: Third letter write adjectives that describe you. Remaining letters, Students can choose to write more nouns, verbs, or adjectives. Love this for a grammar review at the beginning of the year!

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