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Step into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons: A Bad Case of Stripes.  Great activity!

Cause and Effect with Camila Cream; an art and literature lesson to go with the picture book & Bad Case of Stripes& by David Shannon. Visual Art and ELA English Language Arts Lesson.

Amazing resource for improving sentence writing skills! It really works, and kids love it! This top selling product from Laura Candler has rave reviews on TpT. Click the link to see for yourself! The packet includes a review of fragments, run-ons, and complete sentences. Students materials available in B&W and color. CCSS L.3.1, L.4.1, L.5.1

Sentence Writing Activities and Task Cards

Amazing resource for improving sentence writing skills! It really works, and kids love it! This top selling product from Laura Candler has rave reviews on TpT. Click the link to see for yourself! The packet includes a review of fragments, run-ons, and complete sentences. Students materials available in B&W and color. CCSS L.3.1, L.4.1, L.5.1

A fun activity to go along with "A Bad Case of Stripes" by David Shannon -- take a photo of students, fade out the skin tones using a photo editing program, and let the children color in their stripes!

"A Bad Case of Stripes" by David Shannon

I know you love this book, so I pinned this teacher idea to MAB. "A bad case of stripes. Black and white photo of children. Them let them color. It would be fun to make a class book about having a bad case of the stripes:)"

district who has laid out each part of the CCSS and made a unit/scope and sequence to go along with it.

Our district has taken on the Common Core State Standards for Language Arts FULL ON! It& a great core, but it& a bit .

Synthesis Superheroes...so stinkin' cute! Visit her blog and see an idea for a cape and mask for your students to wear {so creative}

Fantastic superhero activity for teaching synthesizing and inferring, moral/theme/big idea

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

Antonyms, synonyms, & homonyms chart the students could complete on an index card. The teacher can then ask if their card goes under antonyms, synonyms, or homonyms

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The Secret You Need to Know About Ebooks

Author Study-I love the idea of always keeping an active author study.. There are so many great authors that I would love to introduce my kids to! These are great to set up after a read aloud so students can see more of the author's writings. {Image only}

Author Study-I love the idea of always keeping an active author study. There are so many great authors that I would love to introduce my kids to! These are great to set up after a read aloud so students can see more of the author's writings. {Image only}

I Wish My Teacher Knew: How One Question Can Change Everything for Our Kids

One day, third-grade teacher Kyle Schwartz asked her students to fill-in-the-blank in this sentence: "I wish my teacher knew _____." The results astounded her. Some answers were humorous, others were

This is a GREAT example of what Guided Reading looks like! ...also a link to several other great videos including Daily 5

This is a GREAT example of what Guided Reading looks like! Grade Guided Reading Day a link to several other great videos including Daily 5

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