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4th Grade Reading Literature Graphic Organizers for Common Core.  Easy to use.  Not only functional but cute! Best selling item. $

Reading Graphic Organizers: Reading Literature Grades 3-5

Help support your students in your reading classroom with this ultimate set of graphic organizers (for fiction). Your students will love using this reading resource to write and reflect on their fiction reading! You will love how your students will learn to think about and respond to their reading.

Smiling and Shining in Second Grade: Daily Practice for Second Grade

Daily Practice for Second Grade

Morning work for second grade

Character development practice: fill these out from your character's perspective.

Character development practice: fill these out from your character's perspective.

Get your primary students excited about opinion writing with "The Day the Crayons Quit" and this super cute crayon craftivity! Your kiddos are sure to be engaged as they complete this persuasive letter to their favorite color!

Opinion Writing with "The Day the Crayons Quit"

Get your primary students excited about opinion writing with "The Day the Crayons Quit" and this super cute crayon craftivity! Your kiddos are sure to be engaged as they complete this persuasive letter to their favorite color!

Book Review Template: A Book Commercial

Book Review Template: A Book Commercial

Book Review Template: A Book Commercial

Whole class journals are a cool idea for students who get finished early. Need to think of how to relate to math

Monday Made It - Hall Pass and Writing Journals

I am linking up once again with Tara from 4th Grade Frolics with my newest creation. I was inspired to make a "Hall Pass/Where are you going?" thing-a-mi-gig from a pin that I saw. I don't know if that's a word, but I use it all the time, and spell check didn't catch it. Here's how it turned out... Basically I used the Dollar Store Pizza Pan and added ribbon and wood letters to define the different places my students travel during the day when they aren't with me. C= Classroom B= Bathroom O…

Santa's Stuck Craft and Story Elements

Christmas Fun! - A Spoonful of Learning

Santa's Stuck Craft and Story Elements

I love this! It is so important for students to see models! Using a rubric scale to compare weak and strong writing models is a great way for students to begin to reflect on their own writing!

Rate Your Writing Chart

I love this! It is so important for students to see models! Using a rubric scale to compare weak and strong writing models is a great way for students to begin to reflect on their own writing!

Middle and high school English teachers: you DON"T have to sacrifice all of your evenings and weekends to move your students forward. Check out these strategies and reclaim your me-time.

Secondary English Teachers CAN have a Life Outside the Classroom!

Middle and high school English teachers: you DON"T have to sacrifice all of your evenings and weekends to move your students forward. Check out these strategies and reclaim your me-time.

Opinion Writing with "The Day the Crayons Quit" - One Sharp Bunch

Opinion Writing with "The Day the Crayons Quit"

Hi, friends! We're in the home stretch! Just a few more weeks! Since we just wrapped up our opinion unit, I thought I'd post all about how we used one of our favorite stories to

Get 8 mini anchor charts to help teach your students about the 8 parts of speech. These mini anchor charts are a great addition to any student journal.

Parts of Speech Posters - Distance Learning

Get 8 mini anchor charts to help teach your students about the 8 parts of speech. These mini anchor charts are a great addition to any student journal.

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Creative Book Reports :: Biography Posters (Let's Explore)

{This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for supporting this site!} We have some serious catching up to do! There have been first and twelfth birthdays celebrated, big stacks of share-worthy boo

Welcome to Writing Right Through April, May, June, and July! This series contains seasonal and theme related writing activities for each month of the year. All of the activities are differentiated and contain the right amount of support for developing writers to be successful. Activities with less support are also included for beginning writers.

Writing Right All Year Long!

A kindergarten, first grade, and second grade teaching blog. I focus on writing, grammar, reading, and social studies.