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There are many ways you can use these in your class: in a literacy center, early finish box, whole class activity, one a day for morning/bell work… there are so many options! Included in this packet are 32 task cards and an answer key. There are 4 cards per sheet. Simply cut the cards and laminate for continued use. All graphics are from Lovin’ Lit and Luckyfrog Lilypad and are used with permission

It's incredibly hard for me not to share everything I feel about what's happening.I want to share it all with you, but for my own sanity,I just can't anymore.I mean every word I say,and that's the problem,they are just words floating out on the internet with nothing to anchor them.It's just too much,but it's my fault,I think I might have thought what we have is more than it is.I have to start safeguarding my heart because this absence is killing me, maybe I just feel too much...I don't…

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54 Useful French Vocabulary and Expressions for the Holiday Season

manquer à sa parole - To break one's word.Get your daily dose of French expressions with 365 days of French Expressions: Essential Edition. For only $3.90, get a wide range of figurative expressions and colloquial terms including literal translation, actual meaning, usage examples, and weekly recap. Get it here: https://store.talkinfrench.com/product/french-expressions-essential/

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Multiple Meaning Words Task Cards

Differentiated Multiple Meaning Words Task Cards.A set of 40 Differentiated/Scaffolded Multiple Meaning Words Task Cards. (Plus 4 Bonus cards!) Engage your students in different learning experiences in which they use context clues to identify word meanings and practice using multiple meaning words.$

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Multiple Meaning Words - Matching Game

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Word of the Day: Elicit

Elicit derives from the past participle of the Latin verb elicere, formed by combining the prefix e- (meaning 'away') with the verb lacere, meaning 'to entice by charm or attraction.' It is not