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5th Grade Common Core

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5th Grade Common Core

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Reading Intervention Program for Big Kids: Set 5- Moon and Space! This resource includes daily intervention lessons for a month! It includes 20 fluency passages all based on Earth Science topics, targeted comprehension, word work, and vocabulary for each day. It also includes progress monitoring line graphs, bar graphs, and so much more!! ($)

Stuff Students Say and Other Classroom Treasures: Literacy

when you enter this classroom {door decor}

Book page poetry is really neat and a great way to show creativity with older kids

This free resource helps hold students accountable during partner reading. It includes a printable graphic organizer and thinkmark that can be used over and over again.

Here's a hands-on, creative way for your students to practice identifying the mood of a piece of writing! This is an engaging activity where your students read seven short passages and identify which word best represents the author's mood from the mood ring code sheet. The finished products make a unique bulletin board or fun school hallway display! It can also be used as a novel entry in an interactive notebook! $

Teaching Division with Partial Quotients: Moving from Concrete to Abstract Models - Guest post from Tara of the Math Maniac blog who

60 Amazing Apps for STEAM

AUTHENTIC HIGHER LEVEL 5TH GRADE READING COMMON CORE TEST REVIEW TASK CARDS! I have included sixteen fiction stories, poems, plays, informational text articles and more to help 5th graders prepare for their state reading achievement tests. After reading each task card's literature component, the students will complete follow-up activities that require the students to analyze the literature's important reading text structures and text features.

Fun way to assess their ability to find prepositional phrases using magazines or newspapers!

FREEBIE, Set of higher level "What Does" questions for easy writing enrichment throughout the year!

Finally, exit slips that make sense, review tested standards and provide data for 4th and 5th graders!

COMPLETE CHARACTER TRAIT UNIT! HIGHER LEVEL THINKING, BIOGRAPHIES, FABLES, AND ENRICHMENT PROJECTS! 100% COMMON CORE ALIGNED!! COMMON CORE and STAAR Aligned: This "Character Trait/ Inference Interactive Notebook" is a must have for any 4th, 5th or 6th grade teacher. Included are introductory lessons, biographies and fables in which they must identify character traits and much more!


Freebie! Quotation Marks Enrichment Project!

Project-based learning: Create a candy store (Fractions, decimals, percents, ratios, graphing, and area. Focuses mostly on 5th Grade Common Core standards)

5th Grade Math Test Prep Boot Camp - Help your students get ready for testing with this boot camp themed pack! It is aligned to the 5th grade Common Core Standards. There are multiple choice, short answer, and longer extended performance tasks. You can pick from traditional multiple choice or multiple selection (multiple choice questions with one or more correct answer choices). Wow! $

push pop testing treats

Quadrilaterals. Learned this exact chart in geometry. If I pin it, it counts as studying right? ;)

Fun classroom timers- these are so cool!

SO TRUE! When someone tells you it can't be done, it's more of a reflection of their limitations, not yours..

Great stuff on her TPT page. Lots of freebies.

Interactive Notebook Entry FREEBIE: A Sundae Summary for fiction

This is an engaging activity where your students read an original short story. After they have finished reading, students identify the characters, setting, beginning/problem, middle/events, end/resolution, and theme on the individual pieces of the sundae. Finally, students use their pieces to write a complete summary! $