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Daily 5 interactive notebook FREEBIE! 2 pages for each of the Daily 5 Activities: Read to Self, Listen to Reading, Buddy Reading (Read with someone), Word work and Work on Writing! From Tina's Teaching Treasures

records messages and students can listen to them for directions at different stations... so cool! I need these for my centers.

Writing Workshop What do you do when you finish your story? You can add to the pictures. You can add more words. You can start a new story.

"Table Texting" is a fun, interactive strategy you can use with any piece of text or topic. The key is to pose a higher-level question that encourages thinking among students. Students respond to the question in writing. The teacher or facilitator collects the papers and redistributes them. Students get to read other responses and reply. The process continues until all of the speech bubbles are completed. At the end, students get to read their classmates' responses. Great for upper grades.

Freebie! Adding and subtracting with dinosaur number line fun! 2 pages of addition practice(sums to 10), and 2 pages of subtraction practice(numbers to 10). 6 problems per page.

Oh My goodness! Everything you would need to set up centers/stations for a classroom, including the task cards and directions. Literacy Work Stations / Centers FREEBIE.

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Permanent Center: Listening Center

Listening center ideas and free printable.

Building Skills at Home Parent Handouts - Free packet that contains informational handouts aimed at parents of children in grades K-2. Each subject-themed sheet contains tips, ideas, and strategies parents can do at home to build their child's reading, math, spelling, and writing skills.

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5th Grade Common Core Reading Informational Text Organizers with QR Codes

5th grade organizer that can be used for homework, practice, instruction, or a center.

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Stretch A Sentence Chart Gr 1-3

Did this with the boys. They had a blast with it! I split the "who" into 2 sections: "who", and then "what kind". So you start with a noun, then add an adjective to it, then continue with the rest of the chart.