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Foldables Fun! A huge packet of foldable templates, directions for use, examples. 42 page packet includes 20 different foldable templates, including: Windowed Wheel, Triorama, Flower Foldables, Shutters, Flap Foldables, Layered Booklet, Accordions, Mini Books Envelope, and More! There are hundreds of ways to use foldables in the classroom. These interactive graphic organizers are perfect for note-taking, book reports, fact study, vocabulary, sequencing, project display, etc. Love this!

Mint Tin Book Report: A fun, "little" twist on the traditional book report.

Use these ready to print book report pages with any fiction book, year to year. Your students' reading strategies and comprehension will improve with consistent use of these pages. priced item

{freebie} 3 summary graphic organizers - use with comprehension toolkit when teaching summarizing??

Book in a day. This reminds me of something my mom used before we went to school (and when we did our three years of homeschool). This is a great idea to get kids to retain morals of stories and to excite them about reading! Check out the blog this is from as well...super neat.

FREE Sub Report! Simple way to find out how the day turned out for your sub and for your students. Great section for behavior is included. Teacher FREEBIE! TeacherKarma.com #sub #report #free

265 TRIFOLDS TEMPLATES FOR INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK OR FLAPBOOKS. Trifolds are a notebooking favorite and staple. Add something new to your trifolds! These 265 will never leave you wanting for a useful or interesting trifold. This is perfect for designers of interactive notebooks and flapbooks!

Message in a Bottle Book Project - a great Common Core aligned project that could be used after an independent read, lit circles or even a whole class novel. Students identify theme, describe character, setting, and POV. Includes standard alignment, teacher and student instructions, student handouts, and rubric. $3.25

Owl themed figurative language posters. 9 posters included. $

{INFERENCE GAME CARDS} In state assessments, students are asked to infer what a character is like based on what they say, their gestures, and how they interact with other characters. Many students have difficulty with these inferences. This game teaches students how to analyze and infer by playing a fun game. The passages mirror the writing techniques that are used by writers in novels and assessments to give students authentic inference practice. Plus, it includes an easy-fold box!