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    "Taking the Confusion Out of b & d"; 16 pages of free tips, 12 posters + 3 skill sheets!

    Classroom Freebies: Taking The Confusion Out of b & d

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    FREE Grammar Printable - The Home School Scientist

    FREE Grammar Printable (The Home School Scientist)

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    Punctuation

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    "Story bags. Fill bags with random items, have the children use them to come up with a story. How fun and using lots of imagination...Good Idea for when I teach Writing Classes"...can base on current vocabulary theme

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    Using highlighted paper and other strategies for improving handwriting. Free printable

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    Stickers on the dice all have a b or a d -- great activity to force kids to attend to letter shape when reading b/d and writing/tracing b/d

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    C. S. Lewis Quotes for Copywork {printable power} | Walking by the Way

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    MINTS Acronym from the Teachers Notebook

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    calendar journal for primary ages

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    Poetry Lapbooks

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    What Gets a Capital Letter? Nicely done free printable poster.

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    Really great ideas!

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    Minibook for reference

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    Narratives

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    This is a great visual to teach opinion writing. I think I am going to use it with the prompt: What is the best way to eat an oreo cookie. Each student will then get an oreo as well.

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    Interactive Venn diagram!

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    Types of Sentences

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