If you write a letter to your child's favorite Disney character they will right back and send an autographed picture. This is the address. Great class writing project!

If you write a letter to your child's favorite Disney character they will right back and send an autographed picture. This is the address. Great class writing project!

Grades 4-8. Interactive Reading Notebooks: Informational Text  ~ Teaching Nonfiction Strategies for Common Core. Some topics: main idea, outlining nonfiction, summarizing, author's purpose, text structure (description, problem/solution, cause/effect, order/sequence, compare/contrast, persuasion techniques, primary and secondary sources, nonfiction text features. Includes Common Core Alignment and 14 original nonfiction passages for teaching each strategy. $9

Grades 4-8. Interactive Reading Notebooks: Informational Text ~ Teaching Nonfiction Strategies for Common Core. Some topics: main idea, outlining nonfiction, summarizing, author's purpose, text structure (description, problem/solution, cause/effect, order/sequence, compare/contrast, persuasion techniques, primary and secondary sources, nonfiction text features. Includes Common Core Alignment and 14 original nonfiction passages for teaching each strategy. $9

really liked this method for teaching paragraphs!- Fabulous Idea and can be used to work their way into three and five paragraphs!

really liked this method for teaching paragraphs!- Fabulous Idea and can be used to work their way into three and five paragraphs!

Main Idea & Details Game - Students identify the main idea in a group of sentences that are mixed up inside an envelope! For a quick assessment, students record the main idea on a separate sheet of paper.

Main Idea & Details Game - Students identify the main idea in a group of sentences that are mixed up inside an envelope! For a quick assessment, students record the main idea on a separate sheet of paper.

"Show",  not "tell"... Neat idea. Something many 4th grade students struggle with.  Very cute idea!

"Show", not "tell"... Neat idea. Something many 4th grade students struggle with. Very cute idea!

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