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"Casey at the Bat" Unit
This is an extremely detailed, CCSS-aligned unit. Student read and analyze the poem "Casey at the Bat" by Ernest Lawrence Thayer. It is designed to help students analyze what the poem says explicitly as well draw inferences from the text. Students will determine the poem’s theme and analyze the
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Multiple Meaning Words Task Card Activities - 50 options included!
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Do your students have trouble with multiple meaning words? If so, these multiple meaning words task cards are for you!Print and cut out the 50 multiple meaning words task cards. Each card has two sentences in which the student must determine which multiple choice word would appropriately fit in both
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Free Homophones Coloring Sheets
These FREE homophone coloring sheets are a great end of the year activity as students get ready for summer! See how well your students were paying attention with these homophone coloring pages. This is a sample of what you will find in the full Pop Art Coloring Homophone lesson. There are 4 levels
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Fiction vs. Non Fiction Sort
Use this sort from the Night Owl's Nest to assess student's understanding of the differences between fiction and non fiction. There are two versions so you can customize the depth of knowledge you expect from your students. The shorter version is a great resource for students needing extra support
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The Poetry Challenge: Engaging Game for Any Poem (Grades 6-12)
Do you need a fun, student-centered activity to add to your existing poetry toolbox? Check out this engaging poetry challenge for middle or high school students. It's a dice game that can be used with any poem (although poems that are rich in sound devices and figurative language are preferable). Ge

Also included in: Engaging English Language Arts (ELA) Games Bundle (Growing)

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Understanding Connotation and Denotation
In order to apply student understanding of the literary terms of connotation and denotation, students will be given the job to name a new professional athletic team. They have to decide what type of sport the team plays, and then choose a name that has a positive connotation. The selection of an app
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Resources Sort
Use this sort from the Night Owl's Nest to assess student's understanding of what resource is needed when looking for information. Students are asked to choose between using an almanac, atlas, dictionary, and an encyclopedia. There are two versions so you can customize the depth of knowledge you e
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Figurative Language: Adages/Proverbs Classroom Scramble
This is a fun activity that will get your students up and moving while learning at the same time. There are 96 adages that have matching meaning cards. The concept of the "Scramble" is to give each student a set of cards, the students then move about the room seeking out their matching card(s). Th
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Figurative Language: Personification Scramble
This is a fun activity that will get your students up and moving while learning at the same time. There are 24 personification cards, with 24 matching meaning cards, and cards that tell what is being personified. The goal for the students is to find their matching cards by trading with their classma
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