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Main Idea and Theme are tricky topics that your students can MASTER with this resource! Engage your students in understanding the difference between the main idea of a story and the theme of a story with these 16 unique, DIFFERENTIATED task cards that are printable and digital.*This is the original Main Idea vs. Theme resource!* The cards include 16 original stories. Set #1 includes a prompt card encouraging students to see the difference between main idea and theme as well as 16 half page card
Teach your students fiction vs nonfiction using this Comparing Fiction and Non-Fiction Resource! This resource includes fiction and nonfiction teaching posters and whole group sorting activities you can use to build an anchor chart that students can refer to as they learn the differences between fiction and nonfiction. You'll also get a variety of fiction vs. non-fiction student printables that can be used in literacy centers, for homework, or as an assessment. After you build a fiction vs.
Teaching expectations is SO important. This resource is a fun, collaborative approach to reviewing acceptable and unacceptable behaviors all over the school. It will help facilitate conversations and provide a reflection on how choices impact our school. It includes 4 fictional character stories with a combination of positive and negative behaviors. The story cards are in both color and b&w. Also, you will find a reflection page for each behavior category.These behavior stories can be use
This is a great way to introduce behavior choices in the classroom during the first week of school. Use this visual to teach your students the difference between good choices and bad choices they can make at school with a behavior picture sort. I use this activity after we read the book, No, David! Then, we follow up with a cut and paste sort. This behavior picture sort activity fits in a pocket chart or can be used to make an anchor chart. This product includes:•Good Choices/Bad Choices heading
Systems of Equations (Graphing vs. Substitution) Partner ActivityPartner A will solve the first system of equation by graphing while Partner B solves the same system by substitution. If their answers match they move on, if not, they swap papers and help to identify and correct any errors. Each partner will do 10 total problems (5 by graphing, 5 by substitution). This really works well because it gets students talking about math and helping each other improve their skills.This activity works ve
Spending class time watching a movie doesn't have to be wasted time - these no prep resources will help your students think more critically when comparing and contrasting a book with its movie counterpart. Use this resource over and over again with ANY book that has a movie version. This is a great ending activity after completing a novel study. The following is included in this compare and contrast books and movie resource: 2 printables with questions for students to answer after reading th
Are your students bored of poetry? Get kids excited with Poet vs Poet basketball style brackets. Students read poems in competitive match ups, rating the poem quality based on the meaning, mood, form, and language the poet uses. Students learn to analyze poetry, and they become obsessed with their favorite poems. My kids LOVE this activity!JUST ADDED: Version Two Poet vs. Poet with even more exciting match ups! I kept some popular match ups the same, but added new match ups like Edgar Allan Poe
Literal Vs. Inferential Comprehension Use these 18 half page task cards to help your students understand the difference between literal and inferential questions. Each digital and printable card includes a high interest passage and 4 questions, which students identify as literal or inferential and then answer. Check out the preview for sample pages.Also includes a DIGITAL VERSION using Google Slides!Teaching the difference between literal and inferential questions is a great way to enable stude
Students write stronger opinion essays (argumentative in 6th) using these printable or digital fact-based paired passages, or paired texts, about whether kids should spend more time playing video games or board games. Students are given an engaging focus question, then read these perfectly paired passages to formulate strong opinions. Students search the texts for reasons, evidence, examples, facts, and details that support their opinion, then organize their thoughts on the graphic organizer. Th
Tattling vs. Reporting - Does tattling drive you bonkers? Here are some fun classroom behavior management worksheets (picture versions too!) to remind kids the difference between tattling and reporting. Kids will cut, sort, and paste situations as being either tattling or reporting. It is a great way to remind students of the classroom rules and expectations.GREAT for back to school! You could even do it as an interactive whole group activity and act out/talk about each situation with your stude
Do you teach your students about needs vs. wants? This pocket chart sort is a great way to lead that discussion. This pocket chart sort set gives your students 24 picture cards to sort into needs and wants categories. I have also provided an independent practice printable to use as a follow up to your lesson. Did I mention that this set comes in color and black and white? It does! You can choose color or black and white as a printing option. Enjoy!© Copyright - Crystal McGinnis. All rights reser
This RL.1.5 Fiction Vs Nonfiction 1st grade reading pack is full of standards-based lesson plans, anchor charts, Lexile passages, and activities to use while you are teaching the standard RL1.5. If you are not teaching Common Core, then the pack is still valuable to use when teaching the qualities of fiction and nonfiction and how they compare. Please check out the preview to see ALL that you're getting! In the first grade RL1.5 pack you will receive: 3 Mini Lessons with Anchor Charts 9 Graphic
Help your kiddos master the difference between Fiction and Nonfiction. This packet includes the following:-Anchor charts/posters for you to hang in your classroom on a story wall or focus wall"Fiction Fran" and "Nonfiction Ned" help guide your students to understand the difference between these two genres!-Graphic Organizers about both Fiction and Nonfiction-Writing activities: kids can write about their favorite fiction or nonfiction book, or create their own writing-Headings and pocket chart c
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A fun, interactive editable escape room. Use this low prep sala de escape to practice using ser and estar in the present tense. These escape room activities practice conjugation and choosing ser vs. estar. For use with Google Classroom™ in Google Slides™ and Google Forms™, students can submit answers through distance learning or from home. Although it will work with other ways of teaching, this product was made with classrooms that use the mnemonics DOCTOR and PLACE in mind. Unlike other breako
Looking for an easy way to teach young children about positive self-talk? These fun and ready-to-use worksheets will introduce them to their Inner Coach and Inner Critic. Kids will actively engage while coloring, cutting, matching, and writing as they learn about the importance of using positive self-talk! These worksheets are a great supplement to any emotional regulation instruction. Here's what you'll get:- Story about positive self talk- Coach vs. Critic matching activity (with intro to conc
A fun, interactive escape room. Use this low prep sala de escape to practice using choosing preterite vs. imperfect. These escape room activities are for use with Google Slides™ for Google Classroom™ and Google Forms™, students can submit answers through distance learning or remotely from home.Students are stuck on a broken record, repeating the same actions, and have to solve five different "locks" to open to fix the record and "break out." Unlike other breakout room kits, this requires no addi
Help students learn how to evaluate online sources with this webquest and game for grades 7-10 ELA. Students will learn how to use the C.R.A.P. protocol to evaluate online sources of information. C stands for Currency. R stands for Relevancy. A stands for Authority, and P stands for Purpose. Includes two lessons. On day one, students will practice evaluating one criteria of the C.R.A.P. protocol at a time in a webquest. Students will be so engaged as they encounter interesting websites to eval
Do you need a classroom management lesson? This is a great tool to help facilitate behavior within your classroom and school. What's included: Definition and Directions Classroom Chart Expected vs. Unexpected Behavior sort Expected vs. Unexpected Behavior scenarios Expected vs. Unexpected Independent sort "I Will Model Expected Behavior by..." writing sheet
Making the Right Choice: Teaching about Good Vs. Bad Choices **This product was updated Nov. 2021 to include new visuals, activities and updated social story!This product was created to teach students about making good choices. It explicitly teaches how to make a good (green) choice. As well as, outlining some bad choices and why they are not choices we should make.Within this product you will find:Color Copy Version Making Good Choices Visual Green Choice Desk Visual Strip Stop and make a gr
Do you need a FUN and engaging way to teach opinion writing? This {yummy} opinion writing activity is all about CANDY! Students brainstrom sweet and sour candies, then do a TASTE TEST, and decide which team they are on- Team Sweet OR Team Sour! Then, students brainstrom reasons WHY they are on that team and write and opinion piece to explain their reasons!Students can be given badges to show if they are Team Sweet or Team Sour and can discuss their reasons with others, to try to persuade them to
Capture your students' attention while providing the literary lens they'll need in order to analyze dystopian short stories and novels! After the introduction to Dystopia, story elements analysis, and reading comprehension activities, your students will be able to identify and analyze dystopian themes with confidence.They'll be engaged from start to finish after interacting with the modern, diverse materials included with this resource! The Dystopian Story Bundle is designed for 7th-12th grade
Help your students understand the differences in Patriots and Loyalists with this reading comprehension worksheet. Students complete a chart comparing the two groups. 10 questions ask students to identify if the statement describes Patriots, Loyalists, or both. Students also answer 5 multiple choice questions. I've provided a color and black and white version, as well as a key. INCLUDES:Article (basics) (900-1000 Lexile)10 questions Chart to completeColor and BW VersionsKey includedPart of my
This RL.3.4 Figurative Language and Literal vs. Nonliteral 3rd grade reading unit is full of standards-based lesson plans, Lexile passages, and activities to use while you are teaching the standard RL3.4. If you are not teaching Common Core, then the unit is still valuable to use when teaching students how to determine the meaning of figurative language and nonliteral phrases in texts, such as idioms, hyperboles, similes, and metaphors.Please check out the preview to see ALL that you're getting
Do you want an activity that gives you real information about how your students think, perceive, process, and learn best from the very first days in your room? This Left Brain vs Right Brain Test will guide your students through a series of questions, and they will record their answers on a "map of their brain". You can read the questions aloud, have the list printed for groups or individuals, or use the task cards included to make a task card scoot around the room. I know there is a lot of rese
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