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Completely updated! Now includes a digital version! Do you struggle with students who do not read problems thoroughly, or take time to comprehend what they read in your math classroom? I do! This four page lesson/activity will help guide students through making sense of what they read and eliminatin
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This resource will walk you through how to do shared reading with your upper grades (3rd-6th) students for 10-15 minutes daily to build fluency and comprehension skills. All you have to do is find the weekly articles. Included in the resource is a 5-day instructional plan for both nonfiction and fi
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This product from Teaching in the Fast Lane was made to provide a comparison of the regions of the United States. After copying one fold-up template for each student cut along the dotted lines and fold along the bold lines. You can use your own information or research to add facts about each re
Thank you for viewing this free resource! If you like this Flip n' Fold, please rate it and provide feedback. I invite you to visit My TpT Store to check out other helpful resources. This is a fill-in-the-blank Flip n' Fold style note page. Students enjoy cutting and folding the notes, then fi
You also might like to get The ENTIRE Water Cycle Bundle for FREE here. This is a vocabulary unit for the Water Cycle with pictures and a blank sheet sized to fit in the interactive notebook. I introduce six new words every Monday to start off a unit. We discuss prior knowledge and the students gi
Free download! Editable Interactive Notebook Tabs - side and top, fold-over style. These tabs attach on both sides of the paper for extra durability. You can edit the text in PowerPoint, or delete it it and have kids write the headings in.
This powerpoint follows the Climate and Weather Foldable. It also has lots of pictures of weather and climate and a KEY. It is great way to introduce weather and climate and check for understanding. 72 slides Use this with the Weather and Climate Foldable found in the Weather and Climate BUNDLE her
Have you been looking for a great way to work on summarizing stories with problems and solutions? What about your quest for a graphic organizer that also guides students with how to respond? Look no further! This *FREE* graphic organizer is exactly what you've been seeking! ************************
You can use this foldable to introduce mean, median, mode and range. Students can easily paste it into their notebooks or file it away in a math folder!
This science graphic organizer will aid in student concept retention, focus, creativity, and engagement. Students will use this graphic organizer to identify and define the rock cycle. I have also included space for students to give examples of each type of rock and to define the processes involved
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Do your students have trouble getting past "positive" and "negative" in describing tone? This 200-word tone list, grouped into categories, helps students with the nuance of tone. From sixth grade through AP English Language and Literature, students choose a side (negative or positive) and find just
These are flip flaps for your students' S.S. interactive notebooks. They glue the flap and write the definition or give examples underneath it. The flaps are for the three branches of the three levels of Government. They include: Title for Local Government Mayor Council Judge Title for State Gover
Visual notes for learning map skills...I call them 'Cartoon Notes!' These notes are a hit in my classroom, as they tie in visual learning with note-taking. I use these in my classroom to introduce, reinforce, and review with my students. Enjoy! This is the page for teaching 'Longitude." Make sure y
These guided notes include 3 pages of notes and a 1-page assignment...and it’s all FREE!* This is part of my Linear Equations UnitStudents learn about slope in the order below. They will:- Learn its definition- Find slope when given a graph- Observe graphically why 1/2, 2/4, 3/6, and 4/8 all represe
This product focuses on describing lab safety. It includes a 5E lesson filled with a set of Cornell notes, an activity, and a mini-quiz built into the presentation. This product is part of my Scientific Investigation Unit Bundle, which includes editable slide presentations, test, quizzes and Cornell
Visual notes for learning map skills...I call them 'Cartoon Notes!' These notes are a hit in my classroom, as they tie in visual learning with note-taking. I use these in my classroom to introduce, reinforce, and review with my students. Enjoy! This is a page for teaching 'Latitude.' Please see the
Decimal Operations Flow Chart - This chart provides steps and examples to decimal addtion, subtraction, multiplication and division problems. This graphic organizer is a great tool for students and parents alike to learn and/or review decimal operations. I've had numerous parent conferences in
Fill-in notes to introduce students to the basic vocabulary associated with plotting points and graphing on the coordinate plane.
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About this resource : This two page worksheet guides students through understanding how to set up and solve for the percent of a number. The first page walks them through the steps, and the second page includes 5 bare problems (What is 20% of 130?) and 5 word problems. Available in the following
One way to get students to use more complex sentences when writing and make sure they grasp the concept of who, what, when, where, why, or how is to teach them to write SUPER SENTENCES. Begin by developing super sentences as a whole group. Once students have had several opportunities to practice wit
Colonial America Interactive Notebook Unit FREEBIE This is a sample of my interactive notebook unit with assessments for Colonial America. There are 3 pages of activities, plus a complete answer key. I teach 5th grade in Florida, and we use McGrawHill United States History. This product coordina
This flowchart foldable walks students encourages students to use one of four mental strategies to compare fractions first and then shows them what to do if a mental strategy doesn't initially work.
Who loves planting lima beans at this time of the year? Students really enjoy taking on the role of a scientist and recording their observations. This is an easy way to do this and is referred to as an "Observation Log." It is generic in nature and can be made numerous times. It provides a small spa
By incorporating coloring and drawing into note-taking, students engage both sides of their brain, increasing their likelihood to remember what they learned. This lesson has students color-code their notes and mad-lib style review at the bottom. Included in this FREEBIE .zip file: • Blank doodl

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