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Blog post with anchor charts and ideas for Interactive Notebooks entries to compare and contrast Paleo Indians and Archaic people

My Compare/Contrast anchor chart!

Freebie...compare and contrast poster and Venn diagram sheet.

Words Used to Compare/Contrast. Need to make this into an anchor chart for my classroom!

2nd Grade Smarty-Arties taught by the Groovy Grandma!

2nd Grade Smarty-Arties taught by the Groovy Grandma!: Compare and Contrast, Plural Nouns anchor chart, fall art

Compare & Contrast Poster

Sometimes it's hard for students to think of great transitions words. Here is a list of words students can use to either compare or contrast two th...

This is a fun activity to compare/contrast the Big Bad Wolf character in the fairy tales, "Little Red Riding Hood" & "The Three Little Pigs". You can also use the Wanted Poster for any fairy tale villain you are reading about with your class.

This blog post contains a FREE compare and contrast reading activity! Materials are included so you can replicate the compare and contrast anchor chart and lesson for your own upper elementary and middle school students.

FREE Reading Resources~ Comprehension strategy printables. Wide variety to download! (No longer available. New link will take you to a similar set of FREE printables!)

Part of the Common Core ELA Standards requires students to be able to read informational text and determine meaning. We think this reading note can be really handy and useful!

Comparing and Contrasting anchor chart RL5.3

Teaching With a Mountain View: Analyzing Firsthand and Secondhand Accounts Like this.

compare and contrast Dot and Ishl

Life in Fifth Grade: Compare and Contrast.: use for instruction. Have students copy in journals. Refer to often!

Love it...using paper plates for a venn diagram - this would give kids tons of room to write!

Teaching With a Mountain View: Teaching Children to Compare & Contrast

Fiction, nonfiction anchor chart - helps the kids see the differences

Eclectic Educating: Story Elements