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This is a PDF* with a set of fifteen creative writing prompts that are aligned to Common Core Writing Anchor Standards 1,2, and 3. These are visual prompts and are meant to be used for practice on Common Core Writing Anchor Standards. They are suitable for upper elementary, middle school, and high
Get ONE month FREE of no prep morning journal writing prompts perfect for bell ringers, free write, or writing centers. Included in this FREEBIE: four weeks worth of writing prompts- that's 20 writing prompts!! Just print and display. Start the school year off right with these morning journal writin
The Daily Math Word Problem Solving Journal encourages the use of different mathamatical strategies, such as, the use of numberlines, a hundred chart, five-frames, sketching (visualizations), part-part-whole mats, and writing number sentences. I would recommend to do one problem a day with your stu
Homophones! In this worksheet, students will go through sixteen sentences with two or more homophones in each. This is a good introduction to homophones. Some of them, especially the sentences with three homophones, can be tricky. However, the directions are easy enough that you could use it with a
This template displays 1 large blank number bond. It is ideal for students to use with math manipulatives, such as unifix / snap-cubes, to explore part-part-whole relationships in grades K-2.
This worksheet provides 12 blank number bonds. Students can use them to pictorially represent part-part-whole relationships. Ideal for use with Singapore math programs or to develop a deeper understanding of addition and subtraction in K-2. Find more information about number bonds at www.numberbo
***UPDATED with second set in A4 Size! Light Box Inserts Welcome signs for grades Preschool-5th! FREEAre you loving the light box craze? Well,here are some Welcome signs for grades Preschool to 5th grade to use with the light box! And they are FREE! You will need a light box and some transparencie
**UPDATED as of 9/2/13 (added- listen to reading) Signs for organizing your Daily 5/ CAFE bulletin board. *CAFE headers *Blank pages that you can laminate to accent your CAFE headers *Name tags (not editable) *3 ways to read a book sign *Think about your day sign *IPICK poster *Daily 5 rotation c
This REFORMATTED Declaration of Independence does not leave out a single word, but it breaks the text into shorter paragraphs and uses bullet-points. Much, much easier to read. (Still has "Printed by John Dunlap" at the end.)
This is a simple Animal Kingdom Classification Chart. You may post it up on the wall or place it in a display folder for a Science Center. You may also print it on Transparency film for
In this freebie, you will get a taste of some of my other light box slide products. This includes all five days of the week. Instructions included. This product is meant to fit the Leisure Arts Cinema Light Box ("Walmart" Light Box,) but could be adapted to fit many other boxes. For best results,
Elaboration Mini-Lesson - Use these slides in an elaboration mini-lesson to show students the difference between a story that lists events and a really good story that goes into details and has elaboration. I’ve found that sometimes students need an example of what it looks like to fix something tha
Follow my store for a weekly freebie!!! Leave feedback for TPT credits :) This is a great introduction to poetry powerpoint with visuals and sample poems and example to help introduce students to various styles of poetry that are learned in the upper elementary curriculum. Follow my blog! Take a
This number bond template can be printed, made into an overhead, or projected. This is a good tool to practice addition and subtraction. There are labels for PART PART WHOLE but these may be deleted.
Use this drawing of the photosynthesis process for students to fill in as a worksheet, as a transparancy or simply a bulletin board illustration. Empty blanks indicate the parts of the photosynthesis process as well as its products. Answer key is provided. I hope you enjoy this FREEBIE! Copyrigh
These I Can Statements have been created to make your life and your students' lives easier! Every sixth grade Common Core Math standard has its own page for you to print and laminate, display on your overhead, or display on your Smartboard or Promethean board. The official standard is displayed
This a third grade level worksheet that reviews the use of the conjunctions and, but, or and nor. It includes picking out the conjunction in a sentence as well as combining sentences with a conjuction.
Who can resist this adorable wise owl? This vocabulary word organizer is so fun and easy to use. It has boxes for the word, definition, synonym, part of speech, picture, and a sentence. The pages can be used for individual words or they can be made into vocabulary journals. The organizer will in
K-4 Resources to use with Page Protectors or Plastic Dry Erase Sleeves and Dry Erase Markers Topics include: Money, Time, Input/ Output Tables, & Place Value
This simple 1-page template can be used in its original format with 3rd- 5th graders. (Most of it is also appropriate for 2nd graders--you'd just want them to skip anything not related to their standards). It focuses on mental math and number sense. It can be copied as a worksheet for students (ju
This is a printable chart that defines common prefixes and provides space to list examples of words that contain each prefix. It could be used to introduce prefixes as a whole class activity or as a reference sheet for small group instruction. This chart could also be used as a transparency.
This exercise, worksheet helps students see, graphically, the parts of speech. Students copy a paragraph, and with colored pencils, identify the parts of speech to see them more effectively.
These sheets are a visual illustration of just what we mean when we say, "Use quotation marks around exact words." They are ideal for use on the document camera and in centers or small groups.
This simple graphic organizer can be used for nearly any story. Students are to identify the characters, setting, and plot (beginning, middle, and end). You can choose to either have the students write words or draw pictures.

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