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    Use these 16 story cards to help your students gain confidence in finding the theme of a story. There are three different answer sheets so that you can differentiate as needed: multiple choice, short answer, and half and half. There are also answer keys for each answer sheet so that students can check their own work. Also included are two challenge cards with three activities on each card to deepen understanding and extend the learning. $

    FREE TEST-TAKING STRATEGIES POSTERS for Intermediate-Middle grades! Please see my Test-Taking Strategies Through Question of the Day Toolkit! I'm certain you won't regret it!

    Create this on my own. Pass out M on the first day during table work time. Depending on which color they have they must answer a question. You can do this activity through out the year changing up the questions!

    Nice idea for test taking...from Classroom Magic blog

    "Can I chew gum in class?" and other questions students ask the first day. This is an activity that puts the students in charge of finding out the answers to their questions. Though it says PDF version, the Microsoft Word version is also included in the zipped folder. $priced

    Test taking tip and free The Lightning Thief packet.

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    Graphing Activity: I Moustache You A Question {Free} - my kids are going to love this!

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    You put an item in the mystery bag and then have the kids take turns asking questions to try to narrow down the possibilities. It is great to develop deductive reasoning skills. (You could also do this with sticky notes all week and "reveal" it on Friday. Have a separate piece of paper where students place their questions throughout the week. As you have time, move their questions to the "Yes" or "No" side. It will generate excitement all week long.)

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    Using Would You Rather Questions in the classroom (link to free printable)