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Teaching With Love and Laughter: Reusable Dry Erase Pockets...LOVE!!

Kindergarten Smiles: Reader's Theater Fun!

Kindergarten Smiles: Reader's Theater Fun!

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Diagram

answering text dependent questions with evidence from the text

FREE text features booklet

Expository Text Features Booklet

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Good chart to use for this year :)

Authors Purpose and Point of View

Fourth and Ten: Author's Purpose {Freebie}

Sample page from "Very Very Vocabulary {Learning What Words Mean}" Several strategy posters, graphic organizers, and game suggestions are included. 87 pages, $

Where Do Readers Read?

Literacy Walk ~ classes take a literary or informational text book and have students create some kind of response to the book to put on display for the school.

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

Literary Lunch Bunches Foster Love of Reading and area aligned with Common Core Speaking and Listening standards! Learn how to implement a fun variation of Literature Circles and download a free Lunch Bunch Preparation Bookmark.

3 Ways to Read a Book- FREE

Free! Spelling roll a word! Great idea to modify for vocab activity.

What's the Doggie's Purpose {an author's purpose activity} Freebie! :)

sight word practice pages. 5 weeks worth of packets! Free! Like the idea of using the sight words in sentences for 2 ways to practice words!

Story Sticks. Yellow = character, Red = conflict, Green = setting, Blue = "Special". Choose one of each and then make up a story based on what you've got...AND you can get colored sticks at the Dollar Tree!

Use those Scholastic orders for a chart "To Inform / Entertain"... or "Literary / Informational".

First Grade Fever!: punctuation

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (1990) 1/3

Verb

Punctuation Scavenger Hunt

name cheer

Teaching how to write their names