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Drawing Conclusions: At the store is a worksheet that teaches inference skills and common vocabulary used at the library. The multiple choice questions are supplemented with a creative writing assignment at the end of each page. This is part of the Drawing Conclusions series, which is an ideal too
This practice book provides basic handwriting practice designed for upper elementary students. Many students still struggle writing legibly, but most print handwriting books are geared for primary age students. These practice page lines are sized more appropriately for older students who need additi
The opportunities for learning are endless with community helpers. Clinicians and educators are able to help children learn about the world around them from the comfort of their classroom. In this Interactive Book Bundle, your children will learn about 20 professions! In the individual community hel
Two page summer reading list, including a variety of genres and levels. Most titles include summaries. Feel free to edit at will. Developed for 4th graders entering 5th grade, but many titles appropriate for older and younger students.
Book care is a skill that I tend to review a few times throughout the year, but especially after winter break. I thought it would be fun to combine that review with setting New Year’s Resolutions for my younger students. Just print the pages double-sided like a booklet, and you're ready to go! I'
Prepositions are everywhere! (Very punny, I know!) A large majority of preschool and early elementary students need help with learning prepositions and this bundle is a great way to provide just that! Read the book and allow your students to complete the sentences. Then, you can send the worksheets
Drawing Conclusions: Out and About is a worksheet that teaches inference skills and common vocabulary used at the library. The multiple choice questions are supplemented with a creative writing assignment at the end of each page. This is part of the Drawing Conclusions series, which is an ideal to
I use this reading log with my third-grade students, but I think that it is suitable for any student in grades 2-6. This log is intended for students to keep track of both in-school and at-home independent reading. There are columns for the date of reading; the title of the book; the genre of th
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This Daily Reading Log by The Resourceful Teacher is used for students to chart their daily reading.Categories include: date, book title, starting page number, ending page number, and parent signature. ~♡~♡~♡~♡~♡~♡~♡~♡~♡~♡~♡~♡~♡~♡~♡~♡~♡~♡~♡~♡~♡~♡~~♡~♡~♡~♡~♡~♡~♡~ALL NEW PRODUCTS DEBUT AT 20% OFF FOR
The opportunities for learning are endless with community helpers. Clinicians and educators are able to help children learn about the world around them from the comfort of their classroom. In this Interactive Book, children will learn all about mail carriers: what they do, where they work, who and h
The opportunities for learning are endless with community helpers. Clinicians and educators are able to help children learn about the world around them from the comfort of their classroom. In this Interactive Book, children will learn all about police officers: what they do, where they work, who and
The opportunities for learning are endless with community helpers. Clinicians and educators are able to help children learn about the world around them from the comfort of their classroom. In this Interactive Book, children will learn all about veterinarians: what they do, where they work, who and h
This reading log travels between home and school with my students, so that I can see that they read each night during the week. Save the time creating your own - it's already made for you!
The opportunities for learning are endless with community helpers. Clinicians and educators are able to help children learn about the world around them from the comfort of their classroom. In this Interactive Book, children will learn all doctors: what they do, where they work, who and how they help
We Mustache You to Read! This file comes with two reading logs: one for classroom use and another for school-wide/media center use. Students will document 500 minutes of reading on this log (front and back). Each mustache represents 20 minutes of reading on which they write the title of the boo
Thanks to all the new electronic resources, MLA has added to their handbook, making numerous updates and changes. To help students learn these formats for a Works Cited (or Bibliography) page, I created three different assignments for practice. Included are instructions and answers for three differe
Grades 3 and up: worksheet identify parts of a book. Give the students the choice to pick a book! By teaching them how to identify parts of the book such as title, author, publisher, and copyright, will give them a step up when they need to cite a book.
I try to encourage my students to try different genres . . . this Self-Selected Genre Bingo game has been a good motivator. Clearly, the idea is to get kids to complete a bingo by reading the books in different rows, columns and diagonals. On our team we have an economy where students can earn pr
Children will answer questions about an example table of contents
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Want to help your first grade students do more independent reading? Let your students color a funny book face for every book that they read! They don't have to write the title, author or any other information. I think reading should be fun, and sometimes our reading logs take the fun out of reading.
When students are researching colleges and universities I have them fill out this worksheet on the four schools that interest them most. This website is a great resource for this activity: https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-search
The opportunities for learning are endless with community helpers. Clinicians and educators are able to help children learn about the world around them from the comfort of their classroom. In this interactive book, your children will learn about 20 professions! A black and white version of the book
My I Can Alphabetize Animals is a great way to help your child/student practice putting words in alphabetical order. This worksheet has colorful graphics of various animals with the names of each of those animals underneath and also has handwriting lines for them to then copy those words. This sheet
An ABC order practice sheet with animals.

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