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This bundle is all about the Water Cycle!This FREEBIE is a good example of what is in my BUNDLED units.Unit Bundle Includes:The Water Cycle Foldable for an interactive notebookThe Water Cycle Notes Foldable for an interactive notebookAll the Water in the Earth Foldable for an interactive notebookWat
This FREE download contains a Noun, Verb, and Adjective Sort with a sorting mat, 24 word cards to sort, and a recording sheet. I hope your kids enjoy practicing with nouns, verbs, and adjectives!You might also be interested in:Informative Writing UnitOpinion Writing UnitNarrative Writing UnitPerfec
This freebie includes a complete interactive reading notebook lesson on making inferences. It is a bonus lesson that is not included in my other notebook products, so be sure to download this if you own those as well. This lesson includes 3 activities and is aligned to CCSS standards for grades 4-8
This free pack is sure to help you through your writing dialogue unit! In this pack you will receive: -Posters outlining the rules to edit and punctuate dialogue correctly -A passage for students to correctly edit and punctuate dialogue, with answer keys -Links to my blog posts on teaching dialogue
This is a completely customizable lesson plan template. You have my permission to edit it as necessary to fit your curriculum. The font used is CK Handprint and can be downloaded from this site: http://www.lettersnstuff.com/fonts/fonts.htm.
One of my favorite activities to do at the beginning of the year is a name graph. It's a quick little activity that allows me to quickly assess which of my students know how to spell their name, who can write their own name, and who can count. We do the graph as a whole class, but you could use th
Do you own one of those gorgeous Erin Condren Teacher Planners but can't fit everything in those tiny boxes? Don't like your handwriting? Used to typing your lesson plans but still want to use your nice teacher planner? This may be the template for you! Included are three templates you can use to
Interactive Writing Notebooks ~ Free Bonus Lesson ~ Citing Text EvidenceCite text evidence with this free interactive notebook activity.This freebie includes a complete interactive writing notebook lesson that provides students with a formula for short response to literature questions.If you've alre
This freebie includes a complete interactive reading notebook lesson on finding context clues. It is a bonus lesson that is not included in my other notebook products, so be sure to download this if you own those as well. This lesson includes 3 activities and is aligned to CCSS standards for grades
This is a sample lesson plan template that I use for Guided Reading plans. It is very easy to use. Simply print & make copies. Fill in the weekly information for each group & check off the skills that you want to cover that week. I love this format because it quick & easy! I am in t
Close Reading: This plan page really takes the rocket science out of close reading at the elementary level. You choose the text and this planner walks you through the rest. It includes: -skills to choose from for a first, second, and third read -helps you set a purpose for reading for your stude
Thankful Writing is a lesson plan with a set of printables and graphic organizers for teaching students to write a simple 5-paragraph essay about the things they are thankful for. You'll find directions for introducing this easy expository format, leading a brainstorming session, and working with st
I made this powerpoint to teach my grade six science class about atoms and static electricity. After the lesson, students made their own atom diagrams. I highly recommend starting the lesson off with the "Swing cereal magic trick" on static electricity! I have a lesson plan that comes with the power
Need engaging & fun activities to get your students excited about learning synonyms? This game is for you! Zero worksheets and very little prep!In Synonym Slam, students are put in groups of 3-4 (can be modified for smaller groups too). Each group has a set of 15 synonyms that are cut apart. The
Do you struggle knowing which reading skills to teach your students? This Reading Skills Step Ladder will give teachers a quick and easy "at a glance" view of how students develop reading skills and help them identify gaps where students are missing essential skills.• If you need help knowing WHAT t
Free Interactive Notebook Activity for Vivid Verbs I created these additional activities when my students needed further practice with writing and choosing strong, vivid verbs. Read my blog post about these activities here: http://imlovinlit.blogspot.com/2014/10/viva-la-vivid-verbs.html And get t
This is a sample passage from my best selling comparing and contrasting nonfiction passages. You can find the full product by clicking the link below: Comparing and Contrasting Passages Each passage has 4 multiple choice questions that ask about comprehension, recalling details, and comparing/con
I created this packet as a way to say thank you for an incredible year and to show my appreciation to my faithful followers and supporters. It is my hope that this writing activity will be a hit in your classroom. The writing activity is based around Mrs. Claus and she has found herself in a cri
These are pages that I put into my Guided Reading Binder to help keep me organized. Included: 6 Group pages with a spot to put velcro dots with student names for easy changing of groups. Planning pages for the month (either four days a week or five days a week) If you REALLY want to get organized
Your students will love this fun and engaging Halloween writing activity that will have them rolling story element dice (setting, character, obstacle, and a story starter) to create a random set of story components. Once students have their story components, they’ll plan and write a spooky story as
This file contains both EDITABLE and suggested versions for a procedures planner, procedures checklist, guided discovery checklist, and "looks like, sounds like" chart for class discussion and display. Enjoy! :-)
Trying to ingrain your cafeteria expectations into your student's minds?! Of course, you go over them, make anchor charts, practice, practice, practice so why not add a little following directions and fine motor skills into your lessons? This is a lunchbox craft where you can have your students cut
Blurting Out is a FREE social story to help students learn to listen to others while they are speaking and why it is important to follow the classroom rules. Social Stories are a great way to promote positive behaviors in the classroom. Social Stories are a visual guide to describe interactions,
This is a great lesson to kick off writer's workshop in your primary classroom! I designed this lesson to specifically go with the book, Rocket Writes a Story by Tad Hills. However, you could easily complete this lesson without it! Included in this freebie: -Lesson Plan including an example story

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