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Teaching in Room 6: Math + Social Studies = Awesomeness

Creating an explorer trading card is a good, simple way to get the students researching and using their computer word processing skills at the same time.

Task Card recording sheet using story elements to have the students respond to any piece of fiction literature

Part Two of a series on reading rotations in an upper grade classroom

A "foldable" timeline. You can see that the kids wrote the information behind the flaps instead of right on the front.

Creating a plan for what a typical colonial village would look like based on research. Then adding some math in there! teachinginroom6.b...

Teaching in Room 6: Math Workshop: Organizing It All

A picture and caption text feature a student added to the nonfiction writing that was done. Expository writing and nonfiction text

Teaching in Room 6: Weatherman, Weatherman....let's talk about Weather

Teaching in Room 6: Summarizing Non-Fiction Text....with a Comic Strip!

Teaching in Room 6: Bubble Circumference

Crockpot Chocolate Lava Cake takes only three ingredients. Cake, pudding, chocolate chips

Teaching in Room 6: Story Wheels

A "foldable" timeline from teachinginroom6.b...

Teaching in Room 6

Teaching in Room 6: Story Wheels

Teaching in Room 6: Reading and Writing Myths

Using the Paragraph of the Week, the students are able to construct a well written paragraph each week without the tears!

Teaching in Room 6: Math Workshop: Organizing It All

Teaching in Room 6: Made It Monday: A little Bathtub Organization

Teaching in Room 6: The American Revolution...some ideas and pictures

Teaching in Room 6

Teaching in Room 6: Checking in Homework....20 minutes I could do without

An expository article, written by a student, adding text features to help convey more information for the reader.

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