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Who's ready for some football? This is an excellent mini poetry lesson that would allow you to engage students with a text on a topic they love - football! This classroom-tested product is written as a mini unit with essential questions, suggestions for use, questioning, 4 constructed response prom
This is a quick lesson that pairs two articles that pose the essential question: "How far is too far?" for a coach's behavior. It provides a close reading guide with questions for each article and then offers topics for discussion/debate to compare and contrast. Includes:-Formal lesson plan-Super s
IS WINNING ALL THAT MATTERS?SOAR by Joan Bauer will answer this question. As a baby, Jeremiah was abandoned in the snack room of Walt Lopper's computer business. In his little hand he held an eagle stuffie, his mother's only gift, one that would define his character as he grew. Eagles have strong
This file contains Battle of the Books style questions for the book Brothers at Bat.
Sometimes reading is not the most "active" type of learning, but for our kinesthetic learners, we have to create ways to get them more involved in the stories they read! That thought inspired me to plan a day of "Freaky Olympics," relay races inspired by Rodman Philbrick's amazing novel Freak the M
ATHLETE OR MATHLETE, BOOK 1, a terrific basketball novel! Plus:DOUBLE DRIBBLE! BOOK 2! The best of this basketball duo!TWIN PLAYERS MEET ON THE SAME TEAM, Book 1Seventh graders Owen and Russell Evans, two gifted fraternal twins, live happily in their family together. Owen is a gifted athlete. Rus
To Kill A Mockingbird Yoga is a station activity to complete after reading To Kill A Mockingbird. Students will be able to actively participate in Yoga Poses and relate the meaning of the pose to themes and concepts discussed in the book. To Kill A Mockingbird Yoga includes 12 yoga stations that stu
Students complete a pose and think about a question regarding a setting from a fiction text. Any fiction text can be used. Answers are recorded on a recording sheet. There are twelve poses with questions. This activity can be used as a center, whole group activity, or write around the room activity.
Students complete a pose and think about a question regarding a setting from a fiction text. Any fiction text can be used. Answers are recorded on a recording sheet. There are twelve poses with questions. This activity can be used as a center, whole group activity, or write around the room activity.
Students complete an exercise then answer a question relating to point of view/perspective. Any fiction text can be used. Answers are recorded on a recording sheet. There are six exercises with questions for each activity with a total of three activities. This activity can be used as a center, whole
Students complete a pose and think about a question regarding a setting from a fiction text. Any fiction text can be used. Answers are recorded on a recording sheet. There are twelve poses with questions. This activity can be used as a center, whole group activity, or write around the room activity.
Students complete an exercise then answer a question relating to plot. Any fiction text can be used. Answers are recorded on a recording sheet. There are six exercises with questions for each activity with a total of three activities. This activity can be used as a center, whole group activity, or w
Students complete an exercise then answer a question relating to theme. Any fiction text can be used. Answers are recorded on a recording sheet. There are six exercises with questions for each activity with a total of three activities. This activity can be used as a center, whole group activity, or
Students complete an exercise then answer a question relating to plot. Any fiction text can be used. Answers are recorded on a recording sheet. There are six exercises with questions for each activity with a total of three activities. This activity can be used as a center, whole group activity, or w
Ocean Freeze Tag is a game that I made up to help my students understand the ecosystem around the island in The Wild Robot. This is part of a larger unit based on the awesome literary work, ”The Wild Robot,” by the incredibly gifted Peter Brown. Look for it soon in my Teachers Pay Teachers shop.

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