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Grab this 34-page FREE packet to use when teaching story elements (character, setting, problem and solution) in your classroom. Many of the worksheets/graphic organizers can be used for any text. If you like the free resource here, be sure to join the VIP Resource Library (aka: your soon-to-be favorite spot on the web). Enjoy!___________________________________You may also like…→ Story Retelling Activities and Worksheets→ Story Elements Bundle: Character, Setting, Problem & Solution→ Digital
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Grades:
K - 6th
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This packet of reading responses will help your students comprehend when reading fiction, non-fiction, or even when they listen to a book/cd digitally. Perfectly aligns to the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Enjoy! -Rachelle
A bio poem is a simple poem written about a person, and it follows a predictable pattern. You can have students write Bio Poems about themselves, or they can write about famous historical figures, book characters, people they admire, and so on. This free poetry lesson includes directions, graphic organizers, a Bio Poem planning page, a sheet of decorative writing paper, and a sample bio poem to share with students. Now includes digital Google versions of the student printables to make this lesso
***I'm pleased to share that this intervention menu (along with my Critical Thinking Language Frames) was selected for inclusion as a professional learning resource in the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium Digital Library. Read more about it here.*** I've compiled this 10-page RTI treasure of research-based reading interventions while implementing RTI for the last three years at my school, Lake Myra Elementary. For RTI interventions, we do not use 'programs' because programs aren't very t
This is a list of 174 different Character Traits. So often when I was teaching I wanted a list of traits so that my students could look at the list while describing characters. This also helps students get to know and understand different character traits. Mrs. R.
Grades:
2nd - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Your students will love this reading strategy task cards, and you'll love that it's FREE!This set was created by combining cards from six other reading strategy task card sets so that you as a teacher can try them out!:-Author's Purpose-Summarizing-Making Connections-Inference-Cause and Effect-PredictingWhat's included?- 24 Color Task Cards- 24 Blackline Task Cards- TPT Easel Activity- Audio Support- Answer Keys Use this set of 24 free reading strategy task cards to help your students practice t
This resource is HUGE!! It is the largest freebie that I offer. I hope you enjoy this resource and find its contents useful. Please Come visit my blog at theteachingreef.blogspot.com. Also, check out these links to my units, my Daily Centers Classroom Pack {7 Classroom Centers} and "Editable" Daily Expectations Pack that matches this theme. Both of these resources work great with this Daily 5 freebie. If you are needing to having additional labels and posters for your room and what them to m
Contraction Cut and Paste #2 is a simple worksheet designed to reinforce a lesson that has been taught about contractions. It is a list of different contractions (other than the ones listed on Contraction Cut and Paste #1 or #3). Students simply cut out the contractions and paste them next to the matching words. This worksheet is also a great review for 3rd and 4th graders. Patriotic Powerpoint Presentations Pack 1 (collection of 4) Patriotic Powerpoint Presentations Pack 2 (collection of 3)
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1st - 4th, Adult Education
I would give my students a sheet with character traits, and their heads would spin trying to locate a word amongst the sea of words! So this chart will hopefully help students organize their thinking when selecting a character trait. Traits are arranged in alphabetical order in the following categories: nice/mean/sad, confident/nervous, and does a lot/does very little. The rest of the categories are partially alphabetical and having a corresponding opposite.Common Core Standards:2RL3; 3RL3;
Grades:
3rd - 5th
My 5th grade kiddos asked for 'cool' bookmarks this week. Obliging, I whipped up some personalized bookmarks with reading strategies on the back. This is about as cool as it gets, friends. :)The fronts of these bookmarks are editable (on PowerPoint 2007), so you can add your students' names! Please download the fonts shown in the file and then, reopen the file. When you reopen the file, the names will be ready for you to edit! Catherine ReedThe Brown Bag Teacher
September 2015 Note: TECH ISSUES? READ BELOW! If you are getting an error that says "Windows cannot complete this extraction. The destination file could not be created. " I'm assuming you are on a PC: You need to drag the Zip folder from the downloads folder to the desktop and unzip there. If you are on a PC I suggest downloading this zip compression program to open this file. 7 Zip ***UPDATED 7/27/14*** I will be updating this file from week to week as we go through our Daily 5 2nd Edition B
Figurative Language Stories for Close Reading ~ FREE Complete Week 1! This includes Week 1 of my Figurative Language Stories for Close Reading. Purchase the full product here. Full Product Description: 6 original reading passages for teaching and reviewing figurative language: simile, metaphor, hyperbole, personification, alliteration, onomatopoeia, idiom, and allusion. Each of the 6 passages includes 4 activities. Please view the preview file for the first passage and tasks in their entirety
This FREE download contains a Noun, Verb, and Adjective Sort with a sorting mat, 24 word cards to sort, and a recording sheet. I hope your kids enjoy practicing with nouns, verbs, and adjectives!You might also be interested in:Informative Writing UnitOpinion Writing UnitNarrative Writing UnitPerfect Paragraphs One Step at a TimeAdvanced Perfect Paragraphs One Step at a TimeCommon Core Writing Activities (monthly writing centers)Interested in a COMPLETE SYSTEM for assessing students in reading u
Amazing Polka Dot - Alphabet Header - FREE Updated 7/2014 - Re-download. Thank you for your feedback. Check out these amazing products! Interactive Reading Comprehension Notebook – Bundle 1 Interactive Reading Comprehension Notebook – Bundle 2 These are large printable letters of the English Alphabet from A to Z. This packet includes each respective Alphabet from a to z which you can download and save to your computer. The Printable Alphabet Letters are great for small group ins
Grades:
PreK - 6th
Diving Deep for Synonyms and Antonyms Our 21 slide PowerPoint presentation will take your students to the majestic ocean as they explore understanding synonyms and antonyms. This presentation includes: * explanation of synonyms and antonyms * practice slides for use with a T-chart * 4 quick informal assessment slides ***************************************************************************** Our other synonym and antonym products: Travelin' the Country to Find Synonyms and Antonyms Bei
This simile unit is my gift to you and features fun and creative ways to involve and motivate students while teaching similes. The pages included are: 1. Simile Definition Poster 2. I Sense a Simile- student activity and sample 3. It Came From Planet Simile- simile/art activity (includes three different versions to suit grade/ability level) 4. Simile, Sweet Simile- identifying similes 5. Simile Haiku Poetry- writing haiku 6. Strange Similes- correcting mixed-up similes 7. Simile Scrambles- two
Give your students hands-on practice with literacy devices with these 8 figurative language puzzles. Students will read “Grandma’s Garden”, identify types of figurative language in the story, and then, define the literacy devices. Included in this freebie… Student Center Directions Grandma’s Garden - A Figurative Language Story {850 Lexile Level} 8 Figurative Language Puzzles (simile, metaphor, onomatopoeia, cliché, idiom, alliteration, hyperbole, personification) Recording Log Teacher A
This freebie includes puzzle piece templates for a two-part puzzle and a four-part puzzle- perfect for matching activities! I have included an image of the entire puzzle, as well as the individual parts for each. **I have updated the file to also include the 8 transparent versions of all the pieces. I think the transparent versions of the entire puzzles will be especially helpful if you want to layer it over an image and then cut it apart as for the kids to match up** Enjoy and check out my o
Teaching children how to use punctuation in their writing, and how to use punctuation to read with fluency in reading, is an expectation of the Common Core. This free download is just what you need to help teach your kiddos this important skill in a fun way! Included here are seven punctuation song posters to help your students identify different punctuation marks and remember their meaning. Each punctuation mark poster is formatted in a variety of colors to fit your classroom decor, includi
This worksheet is great for any story! It is part of my Story Skills / Story Elements Pack. It contains the following sections: Wonderings (Where students can ask questions before reading) Vocabulary Genre Point of View Author's Purpose Character Analysis
Use these 5 free worksheets for practicing affix use and introducing roots to your students. These worksheets will work fine as stand-alone activities, but they are all part of a larger, 40 page (plus answer keys and Common Core Charts) prefix, suffix and root word product:Prefixes, Suffixes and Roots (for print or use digitally with TpT Easel)Thanks for looking!Rachel Lynette
The ORIGINAL Text Detectives for Color-Coded Comprehension and Text Evidence! :) This bundle includes 5 sample passages to let you try my best-selling Text Detectives packs before you buy! Do your students have trouble finding text evidence to support their answers to basic comprehension questions? After reading short passages, your students will underline the text-based evidence that answers each basic comprehension question using a simple color-code system. Perfect for introducing close read
Would Your Rather Questions: FREEHere are 20 fun Would You Rather Questions just for kids. These are great to use when you have a few extra minutes.Get 180 more questions here:200 Would You Rather Questions,

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