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American Holiday Posters in Acrostic Poem Format with Writing & Grammar Tasks

16 posters of American holidays brighten up your classroom, provide information about the origins and traditions of each holiday, and offer writing and grammar activities to extend learning! Written in acrostic poem format, each holiday poster can be used to teach about the holiday and to do literacy activities. They also make great models of acrostic poems when teaching a unit on poetry.

This FREE poster teaches ELLs & other students about Earth Day. It presents information in easy to understand language about how to celebrate the holiday and offers some ideas on how to care for the environment. Written as an acrostic poem, it also makes a great model when teaching a poetry unit. A blank template is included for students to write their own acrostic poems about Earth Day. Students can also do a grammar task about definite articles; an answer key is provided.

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Reflexive Pronouns - Grammar Unit and Lesson Plan

Reflexive Pronouns ELD ESL Grammar Unit This 15-page grammar unit includes all the ideas, black line masters and picture cards that you will need to develop an effective grammar lesson. We provide ideas for: Included in this unit: -Picture Cards -Vocab

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Koala Lou Task Cards (Reading Comprehension)

This task card activity is a great Literacy Center to use after the children have read Koala Lou by Mem Fox.The children can record their responses on the printable or in a reading response notebook.Included:16 Comprehension Task Cards1 Answer Sheet1 Teacher's edition answer .

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Veterans Day I Am Poem or Any Patriotic U.S. Holiday

I Am poem format for 9/11 or any U.S. patriotic holiday. 15 prompts have been added to each line to meet CCSS W3d for descriptive writing. B/W decorated papers for drafts, final copies, or any writing assignment featuring patriotic themes. Makes a terrific bulletin board display.

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WebQuest-Geography of the United States

This 17 page WebQuest covers the five major regions of the United States. Your students are asked to list the states and characteristics of each of the regions. There is a word find included to review terms. There is also a fun online activity asking the students to find the states. The students gain factual information while learning to read for information and using research skills. An Answer Key is provided. #web quest