FREE Printable Figurative Language Anchor Chart Illustrated Posters - Homeschool Giveaways
Facebook Twitter Pinterest Each poster/card has a definition and an illustrated example. The figurative language covered in these printables are alliteration, hyperbole, idioms, metaphors personification, onomatopoeia, and similes. They look good printed in color or black and white. They print out at a size of 11″ wide by 4.25″ tall (after cutting). GET THEM HERERead More
Daily Five Freebies
Hi y'all. Currently I am in the process of reading the 2nd edition of Daily Five. I have found that implementing Daily Five framework to be very successful in both my kindergarten and first grade classrooms. Let me admit this, I don't do everything that the two sisters recommend. I make changes and adapt in order to make it fit for my classroom. For the past 3 years, I never gave students the opportunity to make their own choices about where to go for literacy. I, the teacher, would make the…
Presenting...My Classroom! (A little late!)
Hello! Long time no see...but I'm back with some news! I am no longer a 4th grade teacher...I have graduated, and I'm now teaching 5th gr...
A Simple Way to Teach Classroom Procedures and Expectations • Teacher Thrive
A simple way to teach your students classroom procedures and expectations at the beginning of the school year
Reading is Thinking! FREE Download! — Teacher KARMA
Cute graphic for thinking readers.
How do we act in groups? Great visual for students. We G-get along, R-respect others, O-on task, U-use quiet voices P-participate, S-stay in your group. Excellent for all ages!
Tried it Tuesday-Student Tracker Board
I am really excited to be linking up for the first time with Holly from Fourth Grade Flipper ! Her Tried It Tuesday linky is perfect, espec...