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    All Students Can Shine: Sight Words & Spelling Tic-Tac-Toe FREEBIE

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    This practice sheet gives students a place to write paragraphs using the T.E.E.E.C. strategy. T stands for topic sentence, Es stand for examples/explanation sentences, and C stands for concluding sentence. We use this acronym in my fifth grade classroom throughout the year to enforce the components of a proper paragraph. FREE

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    Letter writing anchor chart - handy for end of the year thank you notes!

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    My Life as a Third Grade Teacher

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    Education to the Core: Be a Good Critic!

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    Biography

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    All Things Upper Elementary: We're Going On a NOUN HUNT!

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    Hunting for Nouns, Verbs, and Adjectives. From teacherspayteachers. repinned by leastbeast

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    Verb Race Game Freebie

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    Syllable lesson - I even learned from this one...love robot talk!!!

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    Great video that explains the sounds of the sh, ch, wh and th digraphs!

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    Un and Re prefixes...kids will love it!

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    Onomatopoeia

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    Schoolhouse Rock Classics: Grammar Rock-Long

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    Once Upon A Time... Fairy Tale Planning sheet Valentines!

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    Free!!! A cartoon lesson that teaches students about verbs. This is a part of a large set of comics

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    Organizing Research Notes for Expository Writing [Each envelope represents a subtopic. Inside the envelopes, students tuck pieces of support or facts for that particular subtopic. Folds up and fits in writing folders.] {Stacy Shubitz @sasmommy} {Two Writing Teachers}

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    Double Phonics Chant - great repetition of sounds - ow, ou, ar, ir, or, oo, ee, ea, etc

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    Opinion writing chart

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    other ways to say "said"...

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    Spin a Digraph! My kids need this! :)

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    Introducing "Foldables" as graphic organizers -- LUV'd by both the visual + kinesthetic learners {RainbowsWithinReach}

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    Silverstein channel on youtube

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    apostrophe and ownership/possessive nouns: cute video to explain

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