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Primary and Secondary Sources Task CardsWhich grade levels will benefit most from these task cards?Grade 4Grade 5Grade 6Included in your download:• 36 task cards that require students to identify a source as either being a primary or secondary source of information (The QR code shows the correct ans
Guide Word Fun! This 31-slide PowerPoint Presentation will offer guidance through the understanding of dictionary guide words, and how they aid students in study skills. Students will learn what guide words are, how they are used, and will practice using their alphabetizing skills in several ways
Dictionary Skills Bundle This awesome Bundle includes 3 amazing PowerPoints guaranteed to assist your students with all aspect of dictionary usage! Students can learn to alphabetize (to the third letter), use guide words purposefully, and determine which definition suits their needs. ************
This mega bundle comes with everything needed to teach your students about reference materials! You can download the five reference materials posters for FREE by previewing this product and view many of the pages included in this unit! In this download, you will receive: *all printables needed to
Dictionary Skills Task CardsDog Themedfor grades 3, 4, and 5BARGAIN MEGA BUNDLE BROADCASTThese are also a part of the deeply discounted Dictionary MEGA Bundle. If you've already purchased the Dictionary MEGA Bundle, there's no need to purchase this product, for you'll receive duplicates.Included in
This is an activity that lets 2nd-3rd graders practice choosing the correct print/book reference source for the information they are looking for. Included are 12 question cards. This is a great follow up or review of print reference sources.A Reference Books description page is included for student
Reference Materials PowerPoints - No Prep! 2 PowerPoints that give students practice identifying the reference sources: almanac, atlas, dictionary, encyclopedia, thesaurus, and Internet.BARGAIN BUNDLE BROADCAST!These Task Cards are also part of the Reference Materials Bundle. There's no need to purc
Alphabetical Order with Ms. Pumpernickel - PowerPoint and Test Prep This 46 slide PowerPoint will give your students the basics of alphabetizing to the first, second, and third letter. Within the presentation, students will have the opportunity to learn through guided practice, independent practi
Review Virginia Studies and Language Arts at the same time! This two-page multiple choice worksheet incorporates both reference sources and content from the Virginia Studies curriculum. This makes a great assessment, homework/classwork assignment, or review activity!Reference sources include:almanac
This is a fun little set of pirate themed task cards created to practice/review skills relating to Common Core Research Skills standards. With this set, groupings of four cards can be placed around the classroom with accompanying research tools (dictionary, encyclopedia, atlas, thesaurus, Internet).
Students have a difficult time understanding the different terminology with regard to reference materials. This activity provides practice with questions about the dictionary, encyclopedia, thesaurus, atlas and others. They will review vocabulary associated with these reference materials, such as
This set of foldables was designed to help students learn the differences between many of the reference materials they are required to know. This set includes dictionary, thesaurus, atlas, almanac, Internet, and encyclopedia tabs as well as child friendly definitions for each.
This set of task cards covers the following reference materials:DictionaryEncyclopediaAtlasAlmanacTables of ContentsIndexGlossaryThesaurusThere are 32 task cards, a student recording sheet, answer key and 10 reference material posters.Reference Material Posters IncludedDictionaryThesaurusAtlasAlmana
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This middle school level “Genres Zip-Around Activity and Worksheet” is fun. You can watch as your students teach themselves about 30 genres. There’s no off-task students in this activity. It’s a great way to begin your year in reading or language arts class and in the library for classes. It’s a
NO PREP-READY-TO-USE Bundle! 4 great products wrapped-up into 1 cost saving bundle! Filled with fun activities to help your students determine the best reference source to pick up and use. The activities also give your students hands-on-experience with reference sources! These resources will keep y
Are the same old reference source activities getting you down? Change it up by hitting two content areas at the same time! This ten question worksheet incorporates both reference sources and ancient cultures, allowing students to review skills and content knowledge from both areas at once. Use this
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Perfect informational text test prep! Who doesn't love making paper airplanes? Engage students with a nonfiction article that will interest them. The comprehension questions include high level questions that address main idea/details, cause and effect, drawing conclusions, comparing, and author's pu
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Teaching how to format titles of works? Amp up the rigor of this important skill with (40) engaging task cards that students can analyze in pairs, groups, or whole class instruction. Answer key included. An effective instructional tool and alternative to boring worksheets! Bonus: Go green! Laminate
Never write another Essential Question again! This set of cards includes an "I Can" statement for each of the K-5 Information and Technology Essential Standards (North Carolina). Instead of developing and writing Essential Questions EVERY day for your classroom, use this set of cards on a sentence
My kids struggle with guide words! We came up with a strategy to help us conquer those pesky guide word questions! It seems a little overwhelming at first, but my kids caught on quickly to these steps and now we're showing those guide words who's boss! (I teach the struggling kids so this strategy
Need help practicing dictionary skills with your students? This is for you! Students will be given two guide words and will determine if a word would or would not be on that dictionary page. Great for test prep and alphabetical order practice!
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Automatically graded Google Forms Quiz to assess your students' knowledge reference materials, including dictionaries, thesaurus, glossary, encyclopedia, table of contents, index, and atlas.OR Use this as a whole group lesson for review and Test Prep before State testing!
Teaching literary genre? Help your students differentiate the way we classify literature with this comprehensive, instructional PowerPoint. Presentation addresses fifteen common genres, including:BiographyAutobiographyInformational TextFantasyMysteryAdventureRealistic FictionScience FictionHistoric
Have fun reviewing ABC order with this engaging Jeopardy review! After learning about how to put words in alphabetical order, play this game to challenge your students. The sentence challenge is especially exciting! Don't miss out on this fabulous opportunity for your kids to get excited about

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