Teacher Imaginings - 3-6 Literacy


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Teacher Imaginings - 3-6 Literacy

Teacher Imaginings - 3-6 Literacy

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Have kids put their faces on pictures found in magazines, and then write a story about themselves in that situation. these have the potential to be hilarious!

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Reading Graffiti Board...I love this! Put up black paper, provide silver sharpies and let students write one quote from a book. They'll be reading more critically to find that one perfect quote!

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The Grinch Song from the cartoon How The Grinch Stole Christmas - loads of adjectives and similes in this song. 2:59

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Great Video to Introduce Alliteration

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prefixes video - the kids could come up with comics/cartoons of their own afterwards!

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Great Inferring Video - Bigger than Alexander

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possessive nouns

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Common and Proper Nouns

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FREE Paragraph Writing Introduction~ These print-and-go worksheets include the steps of the writing process and key vocabulary. Use these printables to support any writing program. Other companion products are available. #writing #paragraph #free

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Fact or Opinion? You are going to love these ideas for teaching fact and opinion!

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Excellent video on MOOD and TONE--students must be able to infer meaning simply from "reading" the visuals.

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When you read this insightul article, be sure to download the "20 WAYS TO ADD DETAILS" along with the student exemplars. The ideas listed for detail development are priceless. BLOG LINK

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Read Alouds By Month & Author! This one post has been read over 35,000 times, come see why! :)

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The Curious Apple: Non-Fiction Reading Response Choice Boards

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FREEBIE!! This is a perfect creative writing project to add to your emergency sub plans!

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Four corners post-its, one from each student, then they create the best answer in the center.

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Other great vocab games here

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explain reading strategies to parents! I'm making class sets of these immediately! This blog is amazing!

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Retelling Bracelet: Children slide a green bead as they tell the beginning, 3 random colored beads for details from the middle and a red bead for the ending. Handy!

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Writing Prompt - Super Powers

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WORD COLLECTION JARS - I adore this! Pull 10 words from the jar and create a story using all 10 words!

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Laura Candler's main Pinterest page with over 30 educational boards - mostly free resources! Repin this to one of your own boards, and it will be easy to find Laura's teaching resources!

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The most difficult part about writing (I think) ... Hooks -- but its also the most important thing for kids to master in order to be good writers.

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Retell Rope. Original idea from The Daily CAFE... What a great idea!

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Good book for teaching about rules & thoughtless behavior.

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