Sue Woodruff
Sue Woodruff
Sue Woodruff

Sue Woodruff

heart rocks-I collect these

Stone/pebble idea, cute!

3-2-1 Pyramid - like this idea for guided reading notebooks (1 main idea, 2 facts about the character, 3 new vocabulary words)

This is a great resource for music that can be used in the classroom. This contains a database of over 3,000 songs for use in the classroom, and so much more.

Storyline Online: An online streaming video program featuring members of the Screen Actors Guild reading children's books. Each book includes accompanying activities and lesson ideas. Readers include Betty White, Melissa Gilbert, Sean Astin, Elijah Wood, Jason Alexander, Ernest Borgnine, James Earl Jones, Robert Guillaume, Tia & Tamara Mowry, and more!

She has a great blog with lots of good ideas for reading/writing noteboooks. Check it out...

Informational Reading Eighth Grade: Central Ideas and Summarizing (Common Core Standard 8.RI.2) | Learnist

Context Clues Anchor Chart with sticky notes- great student participation

Higher Order Level Questioning for students to ask each other

Interactive Reading Notebooks Informational Text: Nonfiction. This looks like an amazing resource with standard alignments for grades 4-8. Great TpT resource!

many anchor charts. Ex. Beginning, middle, and end of a story chart.

Reading Notebooks ~ This is an idea that could be used in students' notebooks and helps identify characters in the books they read. I think getting their ideas down on paper about different characters helps distinguish characters and separates them.

7 Ways to Adapt the Common Core Standards for Students with Special Needs by ASCD Author Thomas Armstrong

Mrs. Sims & Ms. Mathis' 4th Grade Math Website

Teaching 3-digit multiplication using colors.Love this!!!

Hello Red Fox by Eric Carle: Readers are instructed to stare for ten seconds at the boldly colored animal on the left side of the spread, then transfer their unblinking gaze (more like glaze at this point) to the blank white page on the right. If they do that successfully, a shadowy image of the animal appears in its complementary color! (What happens between the eye and the brain is called "simultaneous contrast after-image.") #Book #Kids #Colors

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