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Reading themes - Theme Reading Passage and Task Cards FREE – Reading themes 6th Grade Ela, Third Grade Reading, Fourth Grade, Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Guided Reading, Close Reading, Teaching Reading, Reading Classes

Theme Distance Learning Reading Passage and Task Cards FREE | Theme Activities

FREE! This Theme lesson is perfect for an introduction or review practice for teaching theme. These reading passages will challenge your 3rd-6th graders and provide you with printables that are no prep and easy to use!

My Cause and Effect freebie is here (reading and writing redhead! Teach Junkie: 12 Easy Cause and Effect Activities and Worksheets - Cause and Effect Matching Worksheet Reading Intervention, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Art, Reading Response, Kindergarten Reading, Preschool Kindergarten, Kids Reading, Guided Reading

12 Easy Cause and Effect Activities and Worksheets

If you're working on cause, then consider these free activities and worksheets. These help first grade, second grade or third grade with cause and effect relationships in stories and writing.

Free Reading Homework for grade. This grade reading homework is aligned … Free Reading Homework for grade. This grade reading homework is aligned with the common core reading standards. Can also be used as morning work… Continue Reading → Reading Homework, Reading Practice, 5th Grade Reading, Reading Centers, Teaching Reading, Free Reading, Homework Ideas, Literacy Centers, Teaching Ideas

4th Grade Reading Homework & Quizzes with Constructed Response Practice | FREE

This FREE 4th Grade Spiral Reading resource is perfect for Reading HOMEWORK, Reading MORNING WORK, or a DAILY READING REVIEW! These professionally written, on-level passages and text-dependent questions build in complexity each week, as more skills are introduced. All questions are EDITABLE and eas...

FREE Main Idea for - Grades - This FREE Main Idea passage will help your students practice finding the main idea using a high-int - Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Reading Levels, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Learning, Reading Comprehension Worksheets, Reading Passages, Reading Strategies

FREE Main Idea for 3rd - 5th Grades

This FREE Main Idea passage will help your students practice finding the main idea using a high-interest passage about a large Ferris wheel called the London Eye. The main idea passage is differentiated into three different reading levels which work well for most third, fourth, or fifth graders. This passage is also included in a very complete Main Idea Kit with games, passages, and more! #3rdgrademainidea #4thgrademainidea #5thgrademainidea #3rdgradereading $4thgradereading #5thgradereading

Reading anchor charts that feature 27 key reading skills and comprehension strategies. These posters can be glued into reading notebooks and used as student reference tools throughout the school year. If you don't have classroom wall space to display all Reading Workshop, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Reading Groups, Learning, Comprehension Strategies, Reading Strategies, Reading Comprehension

Reading Skills Posters and Anchor Charts

This resource includes 36 personal anchor charts and 36 full-page anchor charts that feature the key reading skills and comprehension strategies that you likely cover in your upper elementary classroom. Each page of the personal anchor chart file contains two copies of each anchor chart.

Teach text structures with this nonfiction text structure anchor chart and FREE sorting activity! Ideal lesson for the upper elementary classroom that includes 8 free passages! Reading Lessons, Writing Lessons, Reading Skills, Reading Genres, Reading Posters, Reading Workshop, Writing Ideas, Text Feature Anchor Chart, Nonfiction Text Features

Text Structures: A Lesson for Upper Elementary Students

Teach text structures with this nonfiction text structure anchor chart and FREE sorting activity! Ideal lesson for the upper elementary classroom that includes 8 free passages!

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Cause and Effect I Have, Who Has?

Review cause and effect with this fun freebie! This activity is a whole class activity. To play Cause and Effect I Have, Who Has, simply print this file, and cut out the different cards. Pass the cards out to your students. The student with the start card will begin by reading their card aloud to t...

One Extra Degree: Trash Can Archeology! What an awesome way to teach inferencin… One Extra Degree: Trash Can Archeology! What an awesome way to teach inferencing! I can't wait to change this to work with kindergartners with my other love…archaeology! 6th Grade Social Studies, Teaching Social Studies, Teaching Science, Teaching Tools, Teaching Ideas, Primary Science, Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading

Trash Can Archeology! - One Extra Degree

I am always looking for ways to blend subject areas together to get more bang for my buck! 🙂 This FREEBIE file can be used to teach students about culture and our human fingerprints. It can also be used in tandem with Tanny McGregor’s trash can inferencing lesson! Hope you can use it!!! 🙂 CLICK …

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FREE Text Evidence Color Coding Passage for 3rd - 5th Grades

This FREE Text Evidence Passage sample will help students identify evidence from the text using color coding. The dragonfly passage is differentiated for 3rd - 5th grade readers. The passage is also included in a very complete Text Evidence Kit unit for 3rd - 5th graders which has passages, games, and lots of color coding. #3rdgradetextevidence #3rdgradetextevidencecolorcoding #4thgradetextevidence #5thgradetextevidence #4thgradeevidencecolorcoding #5thgradeevidencecolorcoding

FREE Making Inferences Passage for - Grades Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Math Lessons, Learning, Reading Centers, Reading Workshop, Reading Logs

FREE Making Inferences Passage for 4th - 5th Grades

This FREE Making Inferences passage will help your 4th and 5th grade students practice this tricky reading skill. The passage is also included in my Emergency Substitute Plans for 4th and 5th Grades which includes an entire day's worth of animal themed lesson plans for every subject! #4thgrademakinginferences #5thgrademakinginferences #4thgradereading #5thgradereading

Cause and Effect Mini-Lessons and Extras - Miss P's Style: Reading and Writing Activities - Teach your students about the reading skill Cause and Effect with these digital minilessons. 7th Grade Ela, 5th Grade Reading, Ninth Grade, Seventh Grade, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Cause And Effect Activities, Instructional Strategies, Nursing Notes
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Cause and Effect Mini-Lessons and Extras

Introducing and/or spiraling the skill of Cause and Effect into your reading block will be engaging with this editable and animated PowerPoint mini-lesson! The slideshow, graphic organizers, assessments and teacher notes will give you plenty of opportunities for whole group or small group practice!

Printable theme anchor chart: teaching theme in the upper-elementary classroom - young teacher love by kristine nannini 6th Grade Ela, 6th Grade Reading, 4th Grade Writing, Middle School Reading, Fourth Grade, Teaching Jobs, Teaching Reading, Teaching Plot, Teaching Strategies

Teaching Literary Theme in Upper Elementary

Do your students struggle with theme? Teach them how to find a literary every time with a few simple steps. This post provides a step-by-step process for students to find the message of the text. Get them to ask the right questions to identify the theme every time.

Reading response questions great resource for teachers or parents to use at home with children!{FREEBIE} Reading response questions great resource for teachers or parents to use at home with children! Reading Lessons, Reading Resources, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Comprehension Strategies, Reading Response Activities, Teacher Resources

Reading Response Questions for Practically Any Book {freebie}

This free download is for a set of reading response questions that your students can use with practically any book! I use this download to keep my students accountable during their daily independent reading time. At the end of our independent reading time each day, I would have my kiddos pick a que...

Use this free slideshow to help teach theme to your grade, grade, and - hashtags} 6th Grade Reading, 4th Grade Writing, Fourth Grade, Third Grade, Sixth Grade, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Reading Classes, Help Teaching

Practice Determining the Theme - Slideshow - Teaching Made Practical

Use this free slideshow to help teach theme to your 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade students (upper elementary). The slideshow includes short reading passages that have your students choose the best theme of the story, slides to help students distinguish between theme and main idea, and some writing integration activities. If your third grade, fourth grade, or fifth grade students struggle with determining the theme of a story, this quick lesson can help.

FREE Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions Grade Free Sample) Free Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions for students in third grade, fourth grade and fifth grade. Engaging fictional stories for your elementary classroom. Reading Intervention, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Free Reading, Reading Response, Guided Reading, Reading Homework, Teaching 6th Grade, Reading Help

FREE Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions (4th Grade Free Sample)

Reading Comprehension Passages (FICTION) Free SampleReading comprehension can be both educational and engaging for your students with these 3 high interest stories and their mix of literal, inferential and applied questions. The no prep reading comprehension printables can be used for guided reading...

How to Teach Poetry (Even if You Hate it Love these poetry anchor charts! They were perfect for my language arts bulletin board. I also made copies for my writing workshop folders. This was a great poetry vocabulary resource! Teaching Poetry, Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Teaching English, English Language Arts, Kindergarten Writing, English Writing, Education English, Japanese Language

How to Teach Poetry (Even if You Hate it) - Notes from the Portable

Do you hate to teach poetry? Do you want your students to learn and enjoy poetry? Try these simple ways to learn how to teach poetry...