Similes are one of my favorite types of figurative language to teach, and this free, no prep simile activity will have your students as happy as a lark when added to your poetry or writing lesson plans!
Teaching Similes? This FREE no prep simile activity is perfect for adding to your figurative language lesson plans and guaranteed to keep your students engaged during your poetry or figurative language lessons! It's like the "worksheet" that students never complain about and will beg to make! Click here to grab this simile FREEBIE!
Teaching fact and opinion during the month of February? If so, these fun activities are easy to integrate into your reading lesson plans and guaranteed to keep your students engaged. Couple these fact and opinion activities with Olivia and the Perfect Valentine. Click the link to take a look at the preview!
Black History Month Flip Book
This flip book allows you to easily teach your students about the monument figures in the fight for equality. It's an interactive and engaging resource that is an absolute MUST HAVE for every classroom! Complete it one page at a time for a focused-study approach, or all at once for a quick, yet powerful look into our nation's past on our fight for equality.
Celebrate the 100th Day of School! This resource has activities and printables to use on the 100th Day of School. Check out the preview! 100th Day of School Includes 100th Day Crown 100th Day Glasses My 100 Piece Collection Fruit Loop Necklace Write Numbers to 100
Free Printable Vocabulary Activities paint sample contractions :) A good way to help students create words or contractions.
Anchor Chart Pieces for Multiplication and Division
I love using anchor charts because they are an AWESOME tool to support instruction and move my students towards successful mastery of the lessons taught! Unfortunately, I have poor spatial judgement and my anchor charts never come out looking quite the way I’d like. This resource provides all of the components needed to assemble a Multiplication and Division Anchor Chart. A student copy is also included! Check out the preview for a more detailed look.
Figurative Language Scavenger Hunt Through Text. Students will identify types of figurative language in children's books. They will also include their own figurative language in a children's story they create.
This Snowmen at Night book companion is a perfect packet to teach your students a variety of reading comprehension skills and more! If you are seeking some fun engaging winter activities aligned to standards that promotes 100% student engagement, click here and discover the ease of incorporating this fun resource into your reading lesson plans, and see what other teachers have to say!
Figurative Language Jeopardy style game show for Grade. Want to have some fun practicing figurative speech? Here is a suggestion: a GAME SHOW! Includes similes, metaphors, alliteration, personification, and idioms.