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This t-chart can be used by students to complete cause and effect relationships in the story Wolf Island by Celia Godkin. One side of the chart is filled in for each event. Students must provide the missing cause or effect. I find T charts help students see these relationships. This chart has the ef
Here are 3 short paragraphs targeting the vocalic-r /ar/. Students can read these stories aloud to practice articulation of /ar/ at the oral reading/paragraph level. These can also be sent home for homework.
Let students practice creating similes as they think about themselves and their personalities.
Powerpoint with a story about "The Dog Ate My Homework." Utilize for setting the stage at the beginning of the year with homework expectations.
This FREEBIE includes passages for units 1 and 2. They are great for homework or to be used in the classroom and they are 100% aligned with both California and National versions of Benchmark Advance. If you would like ALL the passages for Units 1-10, click here. *Please note that these passages we
"Luke at the Lake" includes a decodable paragraph for your students to practice reading long vowel sounds (CVCe words) independently! Depth of knowledge level 1 & 2 comprehension questions, PLUS rhyming words! Perfect for homework, sub plans, morning work, and small groups.
This is a sample from my Guided Reading Bundle Packet. This FREEBIE includes one Level D passage and a running record page to take notes on student progress. You can use this for:-Small group reading-Reading RtI-Fluency work-Shared reading passage for the week and assess each student on Friday wit
Simply click, print, and begin writing! This packet of paper is perfect for the primary classroom. If you like what you see, please visit my store for a mega pack of writing paper. Perfect for Pre-K to 3rd Grade! Simply click, print, and begin writing! Make as many copies for yourself as you want.
5 short passages and WH questions (who, what, when, where, why, and/or how)
This worksheet can be used after reading Froggy Learns to Swim by Jonathan London. It can be used as a Reader Response or as a reading comprehension worksheet.
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PreK - 2nd
I made this Worksheet to accompany The Bad Seed story. The students will circle the choices that would make the seed feel "good" and will draw the seed after they have made him feel "good". I created this because many of the activities for this story talk about being "bad" vs being "good". I am in a
Inferencing worksheet that provides short passages where the students guess the location. The passages provide direct clues that can be spiraled into a lesson or expanded upon to create a writing prompt. Once they guess the location, they must provide evidence to support their thinking. ***Answer K
These are phonics stories featuring: consonant digraphs, vowel pairs (ou, ow, ea, ee, ai, ay, ew, oi, oy, oo, aw, and au), the vce pattern, r-controlled vowels, and endings. This allows children to practice reading and applying phonics strategies to improve accuracy and fluency.
Here are 3 short paragraphs targeting the vocalic-r /air/. Students can read these stories aloud to practice articulation of /air/ at the oral reading/paragraph level. These can also be sent home for homework.
Improve your students' understanding of weekly vocabulary words and improve comprehension at the same time! This cloze activity utilizes the vocabulary words from Henry and Mudge (Journeys Grade 2, Lesson 1).
10 writing prompts with pictures for students! Goes right along with Common Core... get those students writing, writing, writing!!!! Thanks!
Creative Writing for kids to express what they would do if they were a witch. Primary Lined and regular lined versions included so that you can choose which is best for your children's current writing skills. You can also use this for "If I Were A Cat". Hope you enjoy!
Wh Questions Cards: How, When, What, Where, Who, Why. Set of Spanish and English Cards. Just print and laminate! For more fun you can use foamy or other material to place the cards.
A 2nd grade-4th grade reading assignment with low level comprehension questions for student to answer. The topic is about "mascotas" or, pets. Teacher could read aloud while students follow along, then have students read aloud randomly, while teacher selects students to read. Have students take a
This freebie includes one of our Non Fiction Animal Passages about Orca's. This freebie includes the Orca passage in both color and black and white. Be sure to check out our complete Non Fiction Animal Passage Bundle here: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Non-Fiction-Passages-Animals-
Students read three short stories, then choose a word that best describes the character's feeling for each passage.
Let students practice creating similes as they think about themselves and their personalities.
Sentence level reading comprehension task. Developed by an Australian Speech Pathologist.Total of 30 sentences.Each sentence comes with 5 Wh questions and space for the child to write their answer. Task can be completed as a listening/reading task, and is a great step up from structured Wh- question
Here is a writing template with the learning target listed that can be used in the early grades.

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