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Teaching- Reading/Writing


Teaching- Reading/Writing

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Easter Bunny Easter Decor. Instructions are written in German, but pictures are self-explanatory.

Project Organize Free Printables Library -

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Weekend Crafting: Join the Plastic Animal Craze

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cute way to corral little baby items. i'll use mason jars, glue on cute stuff on top, and spray the whole lid gold. it's a plan!

IHeart Organizing: Reader Space: Oh Baby! An Organized Nursery

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April is National Poetry Month, why not have your students take "selfie" shots and write "Selfie Poems!"

Conference Starters | 25 Awesome Anchor Charts For Teaching Writing

25 Awesome Anchor Charts For Teaching Writing

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Want your students to try out a variety of genres? Then try out "Reading Musical Chairs"!

HoJos Teaching Adventures: Reading "Musical" Chairs

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Host a "Reading Fair" ... similar to a science fair, but focused on literature instead. It's a more creative and artistic alternative to a typical book report format. (Depending on the expectations for the project, this could even be done in the lower primary grades.)

Reading Fair Projects- 2013 Part 2

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Similes and Metaphors in Songs

Kids disguise a turkey pattern so that it can hide from potential dinner party planners...and then write a persuasive piece convincing others not to eat him on Thanksgiving Day. {free templates in post}

Don't Pick Me! What a great persuasive writing activity for around Thanksgiving!! Have the students write a persuasive story from the point of view of a turkey as to why not to pick them for your thanksgiving turkey! 3262

Writing Prompt (Trapped in a snow globe) What a cute idea for winter!

Primary Punch: Thank You Pinterest!

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What a fun writing prompt! "This morning I turned on the faucet to brush my teeth and you'll never guess what I saw..."

Meanwhile in an alternate dimension…

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Use these short videos to teach older children figurative language and inferences…fantastic post!

Teaching Figurative Language with Media

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Free cause and effect printables for Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad, Day.

Owl-ways Be Inspired: Cause & Effect & A Freebie

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Photos that represent common idioms. The visual image makes learning stick better. Could have students guess each picture's idiom, discuss, then create their own photo representations.

Literalisms 6 - Worth1000 Contests

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Listening Center with a Twist! Student scan the QR Code and a story is read to them on their device. Print, laminate and cut out for an easy center! Fun and Engaging! Two other sets of 20 iPods can be found in my TpT Store.

@Sue Goldberg Goldberg Goldberg Goldberg Goldberg Kapovich capitalizing, not sure how you do capitalizing with your first graders but I saw this and had to share!

Thirsty Firsties: Busy, Busy...and a freebie!

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*ALAN-A-DALE ~ Robin Hood, 1973

16 Fancy Literary Techniques Explained By Disney

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Using task cards in small groups (or whole class) to review answering fiction comprehension questions. Provide evidence within the text, and who doesn't love color coding!?

Teaching With a Mountain View: Fiction Comprehension

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Favorite First Week Read Alouds...

Growing Firsties: Favorite First Week Read Alouds...

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Bookmark for interactive notebooks...how perfect is this? Could easily use it for interactive notebooks in any subject!

Science Notebooks | Kristen's Kindergarten

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Love this idea for students to show that they need help. They clip their clothespin to the sleeve and keep working.

Digging Deeper: Writing about Reading in our Reading Notebooks!

The 40 Book Challenge - Teachers Can Do It Too!

A guide of where your child should be in lettered reading programs. Parent conferences.