Poster: Building Classroom Routines. A Collaborative, Inquiry-Based Approach to Creating Classroom Routines (Adapted from Classroom Routines for Real Learning by Jennifer Harper & Kathryn O'Brien) *Copies Available!*
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Students' a little stressed? Help them learn to recognize where their stress comes from, and what they can do about it, with this handy bookmark! (Adapted from Stop the Stress in Schools by Joey Mandel) *Copies Available!*
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Exploding the Reading: 10 Ways to Respond to Story I Adapted from Exploding the Reading by David Booth *Copies Available!*
Are you seaching for creative ways to make spelling and language study fun and interesting for your students? Check out these spelling and word play challenges from Doreen Scott-Dunne! These intriguing exercises are sure to make students think more carefully about the words they see and use (and spell!) every day.
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When Spelling Matters: Developing writers who can spell and understand language by Doreen Scott-Dunne, http://www.amazon.ca/dp/1551382776/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_CSQatb1ZGPAFR
What Are You Feeling? Build students emotional and literacy vocabulary to help them develop the skills needed to function effectively in school and beyond I Adapted from Joey Mandel's MOMENT TO MOMENT *Copies Available!*
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What Are You Feeling? Build students emotional and literacy vocabulary to help them develop the skills needed to function effectively in school and beyond I Adapted from Joey Mandel's MOMENT TO MOMENT
Keep reading and writing organized with these handy task cards that will help teachers and students keep track of daily literacy activities. *Copies Available!*
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QUESTION GRID GAMESHOW! Help students generate different types of questions about what they’re reading. RULES: 1. Create two dice: 1 with the six interrogatives, 1with six sets of verbs. 2. Make 2 teams. Students in one team take turns rolling dice and generating questions. 3. The other team has a chance to answer each question. If they can, the square is awarded to their team. 4. The team with the most squares to their credit is the winner! *Copies Available!*
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Teach kids about critical literacy with this bookmark! Permission to copy for classroom use.