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4th Grade

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Different Ways to Start Sentences - Book Units Teacher
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5th Grade Anchor Charts to Try in Your Classroom
Ronnie Eyre - A Teacher's Wonderland - Upper Elementary Resources
Ronnie Eyre - A Teacher's Wonderland - Upper Elementary Resources
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Kickstart Your School Year with a Skittles Back-to-School Writing Activity -
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by Alyssha Swanson
Hooty's Homeroom | Math Activities for 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade
Hooty's Homeroom | Math Activities for 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade
Fourth Grade Writing, Writing Process, Descriptive Writing Activities, Inferencing Activities
How I Teach Explode the Moment Writing
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How I Teach Explode the Moment Writing
Kate M
Kate M
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How to Teach Character Analysis Using Body Biographies
Study All Knight Teacher Resources
Study All Knight Teacher Resources
4th Grade Reading, Poetry Activities Elementary, 2nd Grade, Reading Teacher, Fourth Grade, Poetry Third Grade
Take Your Students on a Haiku Hike
Rosie's Superstars
Rosie's Superstars
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23 Close Reading Anchor Charts That Will Help Your Students Dig Deep