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6 original reading passages for teaching and reviewing figurative language: simile, metaphor, hyperbole, personification, alliteration, onomatopoeia, idiom, and allusion.These activities are perfect for weekly homework, daily/bell work, classwork, review, test prep, or assessment.Each of the 6 passa
“Great resource to hold students accountable by writing about what they are reading and using evidence from the text. My students enjoy these because they feel like they have a choice and it's not just a prompt for everyone. Thank you!” - Jennifer B.Every week, a teacher must grapple with an ancient
I LOVE that this can work for ANY book.  I have packets made for my small group and I can easily have them flip to the page to work.  It is awesome! Thank you!” - Amy B.You’ve heard Book Clubs (or Literature Circles) are a fun way to get your students reading and talking about books. You’ve even he
Try these 15 creative book projects to spice up your reading program. These fun, hands-on projects will hold your students accountable for their reading and are sure to motivate even the most reluctant reader. Each engaging project includes a student handout explaining what to do and a grading rubri
“Finally! A FUN way to review! My kids really liked this last year. Will use again this year!” - Anna C.  At Not So Wimpy Teacher, we know how stressful it can be to help your students prep for standardized testing. It can feel like there’s so much to cover and so little time.  That’s why I created
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Replace that hum-drum reading log and Infuse new life into students’ independent reading, at school or at home, with the “Tower of Books” Challenge! Perfect for a summer reading challenge or an alternative to the stuck-in-a-rut reading log assignment. Printable and DIGITAL versions included!The chal
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This Elements of Poetry, Drama and Prose unit is a complete set of engaging teaching materials that is filled with fun, original poems, mini-plays, and pieces of prose that your students will enjoy. This set includes comes in a print and a digital version (for Google Classroom™ and other top educati
Looking to organize your classroom library? This organizational system is the perfect way to keep your classroom library in alphabetical order! This product includes three different options to help keep your library organized!OPTION 1: BLANK Classroom Library Book Spine Labels (These are the origina
UPDATED on April 6, 2014- Same product, but just received a facelift. :) Please note this unit does not contain myths or stories. Of all of my units, I think I am MOST proud of this one! As I have been teaching the common core standards for 4th grade this year, I noticed that there are two stand
This game is a fun way to get students talking about what they read! The game cards have students answering questions about character, setting, summary, problem, solution and so much more. Many of the questions are higher order thinking questions! Use this game as an alternative to a book report, d
These 65 question cards for literature will help your students engage in meaningful and insightful discussions about the books they are reading. The cards address setting, characters, plot, theme, author's purpose, mood, tone and more. Students will need to use reading strategies such as inference,
These reading fiction and nonfiction text passages are a quick and easy way to assess students on various literature reading skills. The exit tickets are multiple choice which makes them simple to grade. They are a quick way to check for understanding and plan future instruction and reteach. Includ
Chocolate Fever is written by Robert Kimmel Smith. It is equivalent to a 4.8 reading level, but can be used for lower grades as well with the teacher's assistance. This would be a great novel unit for the whole class, or for a reading group.This novel unit includes:-12 Comprehension Checks/Quizzes
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Use these 32 short passage cards to help your student identify first and third person point of view (POV). Most of the cards are pretty straightforward, but there are a few that require careful reading (they will trip up kids who just read the first sentence). Both color and black line versions of t
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Back to School First Day Jitters Bestseller! These differentiated, low-prep activities and resources are perfect to use for back to school and distance learning (Google Slides option now available). I use this First Day Jitters Book Study resource with the book, First Day Jitters by Julie Dannenberg
Banish boring book reports! This fun lapbook resource will create a book report project for ANY novel - use for independent reading projects, literature circles, or whole class novel studies.This resource contains all the instructions and handouts needed to complete the lapbook shown in the picture
Ultimate set of task cards for word work in your classroom. Set includes 44 word work activities, along with 4 blank task cards for programming. Also included are 21 recording sheets for task card activities. **NOW ALSO AVAILABLE IN A CHEVRON BACKGROUND. SEE ADDITIONAL LISTINGS IN MY STORE** Re
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A huge collection of flexible, differentiated, reading response pages in an engaging reader’s notebook style, to use with virtually any piece of literature or fiction text. Printable (both half-page and full-page) AND digital (Google Slides) versions are included!Lots of Variety!Includes response pa
Theme is an important skill that most standards cover, whether you follow the common core standards or state standards. These posters will make a great addition to your classroom décor as well as function as a useful tool for you and your students to refer to often. All of these posters can be used
Cause and Effect Jeopardy style game show! Common Core aligned and excellent practice for your 2nd to 4th Grade students. With 25 practice problems, in a game show setting, your students will get lots of review. This game can also be found on my Cause and Effect Boom cards found here: https://www
Determining whether a text is written in first-person or third-person is not an easy concept for students. This is a component of the new ELA common core standards, so I developed this multi-day lesson to help my students understand the difference between the two. This lesson begins with teacher
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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 about and reflect on their fiction reading! You will love how your students will learn to think about and respond to their re
If you students enjoy Henry and Mudge as much as mine do, then this little unit will help encourage your student's love for reading! Here's what is included in this pack: 1. Bubble Maps: Describe the characters 2. Venn Diagram Flapbooks- compare the characters or compare Mudge to another charac
Here are 45 literature response activities arranged in five grids of nine activities each to make a Tic-Tac-Toe format. There is also a list of all 45 activities at the end of the document. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Distance LearningThis packet will work well for at-home

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