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Get your little learners excited about opinion writing with this super cute crayon craftivity! Use the suggested texts "Red Is Best" and "The Day the Crayons Quit" with this 10 day unit on constructing an opinion! Each lesson includes all of the necessary materials. Your kiddos are sure to be engaged as you complete this persuasive letter to their favorite color/colour! Both American and English spellings are included. WHAT'S INCLUDED AS OF APRIL 2018: - 10 Day Lesson Plan - Crayon Craft
Need a simple-to-use tool to help your students remember the reading comprehension skills and strategies they need to succeed? These 24 reading bookmarks will help students practice reading strategies and skills with questions and sentence frames. Use the reading bookmarks as strategy references or to keep track of reading skills across multiple books or reading comprehension passages.The bookmarks are divided into two categories:★ 17 Reading Skills bookmarks★ 7 Reading Strategies bookmarksEach
Using stations on the first day of school sets the tone for the year. Show students that they will be engaged in hands-on learning and collaborating with classmates in your classroom. These stations, some group tasks and some independent tasks, can be completed in a single class period or used throughout the first week of school depending on the number of stations you choose to include, the length of your class periods, and the length of time you want to give students to work at each station.The
This 3-day Making Inferences Mini-Unit provides numerous opportunities to develop the skill of inferring. Through creative activities like Inference Charades, Top Secret Tips Puzzle, “Inside the Principal’s Files,” and Whose Locker is This?, students develop their inferring skills while they are actively engaged in their learning. Direct instruction on the reading comprehension skill combined with the analysis of five separate inferencing reading passages further develop students’ ability to a
This Escape the School breakout activity is perfect as a back-to-school or end-of-year activity or can be used ANY time you need a fantastic learning adventure for your students!The back story of Escape the School has your kids trapped in school by a giant who thinks they are way too clever. They will be there forever...unless they can work in groups to solve a series of FUN comprehension and writing challenges and puzzles!WHICH SKILLS ARE PRACTICED IN THIS ESCAPE ROOM?☑ Close Reading☑ Team Buil
The mind + heart Social Emotional Learning Curriculum includes 8 units with 5+ detailed, character education LESSONS filled with hands-on and mindful activities that encourage children in Kindergarten, first grade, and second grade to build important social skills and emotional awareness.Teach children the most important lessons in life when they need it the most with units and activities on emotions, self-regulation, growth mindset, empathy and social awareness, friendship, kindness, respect, a
❤️Implementing a reading workshop approach to teach reading does not have to be stressful! When you take the time to establish routines and set expectations for your readers, you will see them flourish into a class of life long readers who have a deep love for reading. ❤️This will be your go-to resource to help you implement reading workshop in your primary classroom. It will take you step by step by listing different mini-lessons that you will teach to make reading workshop a success! Most impo
This All About Me craftivity is so so CUTE! Kids and parents will love it. Great for All About Me Social Studies units, Back to School, or Open House.I like to use this craft at the beginning of the year. It's a fun way to get students excited about writing while allowing them to share about themselves and get to know each other.These are ADORABLE in the hallway during Open House.
Poetry Resources for Reading, Writing, and Understanding Poetry, Volume 1 This (and ALL of my poetry resources) IS included in my mega bundle: ALL of my POETRY RESOURCES GROWING BUNDLE. Poetry Resources Bundle, Volume 2 is also available; it includes my newer resources that are aligned with the Common Core State Standards. This bundle contains my resources for teaching poetry, which includes teaching poetic devices and figurative language, reading/interpreting poetry, and writing original po
Grades:
7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Keeping students engaged before and after breaks can sometimes be a challenge. Are you looking for something to captivate your students before or after break? Then look no further! Thousands of teachers have used these mysteries for back to school activities, engaging students before Thanksgiving, Christmas break, Spring Break, adding fun to Halloween, end of the year activities, reading comprehension, critical thinking, morning work, guided reading, and SO much more!  This engaging, fun, and
To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee literature novel guide: lessons, tests, and creative activities created and written by Tracee Orman. I've included EDITABLE files (in Microsoft Word) so you can customize the resources to suit the needs of your students.This unit IS included in my To Kill a Mockingbird Teaching Unit and Interactive Notebook Unit Growing BundleThe unit includes:• Introduction activities, including To Kill a Mockingbird KWL Introduction Activity• List of vocabulary words and def
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
********PDF (Original) with Google™ PDF Link Included:You have Full Permission to Modify for your students. It’s yours- ENJOY! ********You can purchase to download the PDF to use on ANY platform********It has been requested by many teachers to place on Google so they can share it for Distance Learning. You are free to create a Google Slides, Doc, etc. or use and modify it with ANY other digital platform. Questions: jharrod@247teacher.usCelebrate Close Reading with this unit! Inside you will fin
The ability for students to justify their thinking is an important skill that must begin in the early grades and be refined in later grades. Students need many opportunities to practice building on others’ thoughts, asking for clarification and showing evidence for their thinking. I have found that providing these sentence frames for students sets a foundation for these skills. Sentence stems refocus students’ attention so they think about what they want to say, but also take into account what
Looking for a way to help children follow the rules? Need to curb tattling in a healthy way? Hoping to get your kids to use their words more? These citizenship lessons are designed to support your success in those areas! :) Lesson 1: Following the Rules Use anchor charts I've provided to lead a discussion on rules in the classroom. (SL.1; SL.3) Lesson 2: Tattling & Telling Use a video clip to discuss the differences between tattling and telling. Use anchor charts and role playing to he
Eye-catching & organized with many, many options for every month and season, you and your students will LOVE this collection of poetry and songs! Through singing and chanting, your students will have a blast AND develop crucial reading skills along with their....❤️ oral language❤️ auditory memory❤️ sequencing❤️ patterning❤️ small motor skills (many finger plays are included) and❤️ imagination!You’ll also see kids really build their reading fluency through singing the songs over and over (wh
Keeping students engaged before and after breaks can sometimes be a challenge. Are you looking for something to captivate your students before or after break? Then look no further! Thousands of teachers have used these mysteries for back to school activities, engaging students before Thanksgiving, Christmas break, Spring Break, adding fun to Halloween, end of the year activities, reading comprehension, critical thinking, morning work, guided reading, and SO much more!  This engaging, fun, and
Sequencing is one of the many skills that students need in order to comprehend what they read. That’s why this Sequencing Mini-Unit is the perfect addition to your English Language Arts instruction. Filled with sequencing passages, engaging worksheets, and graphic organizers for finding the sequence of events, this unit will help students develop strong skills in sequencing.This 3-day mini-unit provides numerous opportunities to develop the skill of finding the sequence of events in a passage.
Teaching a student English when they have no prior experience can be challenging, but it doesn't have to be when you have step-by-step, daily ESL lesson plans and activities to guide you. This ESL Newcomer curriculum bundle features over 1,000 pages of in-depth ELL newcomer activities for your students at all levels of language learning. The resources in the ELL Newcomers bundle cover all 4 language domains weekly to help students go from having little or no English to developing ESL speaking, l
Having visual supports for your students is helpful when learning a new skill. Sentence strips that have visual picture support provide structure some of our students need to help express an idea.→You can use these sentence strips visuals with any activity for speech therapy. They work great for books, sensory bins, task cards, picture scenes, and games.→If you work with a wide range of ages and speech and language areas, these visual sentence strips will allow you to have all the visuals in one
Get your students writing by tapping into their natural inclination to share about their lives. This extremely detailed and engaging Memoir Writing Unit first immerses students in the memoir genre. Then, using their understanding of the mentor texts they investigated, students write their own memoir. Since memoir writing is about focusing on a moment in one's life, there are several engaging activities from graphing life events to drawing a street map that will help students reflect on their
If you want to try literature circles in your classroom, but aren't sure what steps to take to get your students ready to have engaging, thoughtful conversations about books, then this resource is for you. If your students have never tried literature circles before, it's hard to just jump right in and expect students to know how to have productive conversations with one another. That's why this resource is perfect for laying the foundation for great book conversations between students.This is a
Serial Podcast Season One by Sarah Koenig is a fantastic way to teach literary nonfiction, rhetoric, and bias using real-world examples. This podcast is so engaging that even your most reluctant students will be enthralled with the true crime content! This Serial unit plan will provide you with literary nonfiction activities that help students analyze the production of the podcast, discuss bias from multiple angles, examine rhetoric from a real-world perspective, and so much more. All of these S
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Do you have students that are struggling with their social skills? The activities in this resource include a variety of important skills students with social pragmatic impairments need to learn to be successful with social interactions at school and in the community. There are activities to work on perspective taking, interpreting tone of voice, social impressions, conversational skills, "what's missing" from the social situation and lessons to work on social behavior. This is a great resource f
Social-emotional learning is a critical element in every classroom. Through these easy-to-follow mindfulness activities and lessons, your students will learn about self-awareness, self-regulation, social and emotional learning, growth mindset, and goal setting in a fun and engaging way. When students are calm and mindful learners, it inspires them to learn more about themselves and the way they learn best.The growth mindset and mindfulness lessons in this resource will help your students to beco

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