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synonym rolls--oh my goodness I love this! Could bake actual cinnamon rolls to conclude the lesson.

synonyms - What a great visual! you can have the simple meaning of the word, and then put the most vibrant synonym at the end of the strip!

Help students use synonyms in their writing. Rest in peace, "said".

Could do in Sunday School with Bible characters (Samson, David the Shepherd, King Solomon,Woman at the well with water pitcher on her head,Mary in the Nativity, Mary and Martha, Queen Esther wearing crown, Ruth harvesting

Lace and Learn -- great idea for math, vocab, states/capitals, and many other things used with flash cards! fun flash card option!

5 Fun Ways to get Students Engaged in Reading Aloud: like most teachers, I'm constantly on the hunt for engaging ways to help students become more confident, effective, and critical readers. Sometimes, I even go "old-school" and have my students read passages out loud in class...but reading out loud isn't always motivating for students.

Attendance board - Script student names or numbers onto the cutouts and attach them to the board with Velcro dots so that they can easily move them from the “apple basket” to the tree. When the students arrive, they move their apple to the tree. Any student who is still in the basket after the bell is either tardy or absent.

I use this at my writing station for Daily 5. The kids love it! Roll a Story great for teaching how to make interesting elements in a story. Love this for those kids who are stuck on what to write about!

Roll, Write, revise- for Center time! sentences to be edited are taped to a tissue box and then rolled like a dice! Great idea!

synonym chart - fun activity the students could do independently or in partners @beth huff!!

Antonyms, synonyms, & homonyms chart. Students come up with their own examples to help them learn the difference between the three.