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Non-fiction writing - brochures

Expository Writing: State Park Brochures-After reading and researching points of interest, including state and national parks and monuments, the students had to choose a required number of each to write about.

Kids have a blast, boost fluency, practice 4 levels of comprehension, and are given tips and  clues by an animated character named "Lefty." Classroom created as a reading center to save planning time and practice nearly every skill daily.  Free trials for all to test it out and see if it's a fit!

With this literacy tool kids will have a blast and boost up their skills in fluency as they practice 4 levels of comprehension, and are given tips and clues by an animated character named "Lefty." This relates back to the standard

This infographic highlights the 3 levels of the U.S. Government in a simple, easy-to-read format.

Infographic: Who Takes Care of What? This infographic highlights the 3 main branches of the U. Government in a simple, easy-to-read format. Need to do this for the Australian government

Jennifer's Teaching Tools: Prefixes and Suffixes! Love this idea, though I would put the suffixes at the end ;)

Prefixes and Suffixes Interactive Journal ideas. Did you know that the CCSS specifically include Greek and Latin root study?

The Inspired Classroom: State Brochure

The Inspired Classroom: State Brochure-could use for countries/cities we study around the world, or national parks.

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