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    Make an inference/Provide a caption.

    I love this...summarizing chart with squares for post-its. Guided Reading groups? ** Great idea- will edit it for history stuff!

    Thanksgiving I Have, Who Has FREEBIE - This Thanksgiving game is big enough to be used with a class, but can also be used for small group, centers, morning warm-up, etc. This is a fun game that can be used during Thanksgiving time.

    Great for inferring meaning of words. There are a couple of "yucky" words in the book that I thought I would leave out at first, but I accidentally read one of them once, and the kids were super focused after that! Whatever works!

    Book pumpkins! (Picture only)

    Questions good readers ask

    Cause and effect.

    FRACTION LESSON~ "As a Whole I Am" fraction project is a great way to introduce fractions! (picture only)

    Reading Comprehension - great article!

    Fabulous short article on understanding students with dyslexia. About one in four students are! Teachers, this is worth your time.

    Reading Disabilities: 15 Causes and 10 Solutions

    Place Value & Visual Lesson Plans - educationjourney

    OMG, I love this idea!!!

    Great short movies for teaching literacy, morals, etc.

    Corkboard Connections: Tips for Teaching Informational Text (Includes a freebie from Graphic Organizers)

    a whole youtube channel where classic childrens stories are read outloud.

    Great way in introduce rules on the first day.

    Cute... Thinking End of the Year Bulletin Board

    Ways a Parent can Help with Reading

    Word Work for Older Kids ~ Working with Rhyming Words {YES! Even in upper elementary!}

    What a Dilemma! Freebie to use with the book Emma Dilemma: Big Sister Poems by Kristine O'Connell George - includes reading and writing activities

    I like the borders - looks a little neater and more organized

    Fun ways to teach synonyms and antonyms with s'mores! $

    Poetry Lapbooks

    Write 3 paragraphs explaining what just happened.