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30 descriptive writing anchor charts to help students show more expressive language in their narrative and expository writing during writer's workshop. This product includes large and mini anchor charts that provide examples to actually SHOW 30 common emotions and feelings in a printable and digital format! Each chart states a commonly used emotion or feeling and gives 8 ways to "show" it in writing. These will encourage students to "show not tell".There are a variety of ways to use these:add t
You are a turkey writing an article to the local newspaper trying to convince people to eat beef or chicken...NOT TURKEY!! This writing pack is both print and for Google Classroom. A perfect November and Thanksgiving writing piece for Google Classroom or print!This is also available in the Ultimate Thanksgiving BUNDLE by Clicking HERE!The pack NOW includes audio versions of each of the articles. You can share the links to the audio with students or have them scan the QR codes included in this p
This download includes 9 lists that will help your students show rather than tell in their writing. Below are the categories for the lists. Set-up is super easy! Just print, staple together, cut the pages in half, and have students glue the back into their journal. These are a quick, easy reference for students during writer's workshop. Lists:1. Vivid verbs2. Sensory words3. Adverbs (how)4. Adverbs (degree, frequency, when, where)5. Dead words (said, laughed, went, looked)6. Dead words (big, sma
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3rd - 7th
Looking for the perfect Back to School Read Aloud and activities for We Don't Eat Our Classmates by Ryan T. Higgins? I love sharing this silly read-aloud to my kinders to open the conversation about how we should treat our classmates! *This resource was updated both July & Aug 2021 to offer more printable features*Included you’ll find: • Read Aloud Questions & Activities Overview• Penelope Craft and Response • Pocket Chart Sort: How to Treat a Classmate & Visual Cards• How to Treat
We Don't Eat Our Classmates Read Aloud Craft Read the story We Don't Eat Our Classmates by Ryan T. Higgins and complete one of the included writing activities! Awesome read aloud for back to schoolIncluded:Dinosaur craftLunch tray book report craftPenelope's lunch/my lunch craftInteractive Anchor Chart Writing pages + printables (several options) (1 dinosaur topper option)Have a great school year!
Engage your students in a rigorous interactive read aloud with the book We Don't Eat Our Classmates by Ryan T. Higgins. Students will love the read aloud and be able to apply their knowledge in the extension activities and writing prompts centered around the book's theme of making friends.Get all current interactive read alouds H A L F off with the Interactive Read Aloud ENDLESS Bundle! All future IRAs will be added for F R E E ! Now a part of the Interactive Read Alouds Bundle! Get this
Let your students know an important rule for back-to-school, We Don't Eat Our Classmates! These engaging reading activities for this book are differentiated for 1st, 2nd, & 3rd grade. Add fun to your ELA lesson plans at the beginning of the year or whenever you need it most! Everything you need for a full week of ELA instruction is included. This reading unit is a companion pack to the book We Don’t Eat Our Classmates by Ryan T. Higgins. It is a fun and engaging story about a dinosaur who is
This book and activity is perfect for the beginning of the year when talking about how to be a good friend. There are headings to create a chart for interactive or shared writing about how to be a good friend. There also includes a full page dinosaur to color and cut out and a speech bubble to fill in how to be a good friend or a blank speech bubble. *Update: The social story (full size and color version) and sorting activity is now on Google slides. This resource also includes the social stor
We Don't Eat Our Classmates is my favorite back to school activity. It is a Read Aloud about a dinosaur's first day of school. She feels nervous that she won't make any friends. When she gets to school, she eats her classmates! This book is perfect for back to school and reviewing classroom expectations and in rules in the spring. I have included several activities so that you can use the book in the fall and spring, if you wanted to. It is great for building a positive classroom community. It c
Are you searching for a step-by-step PowerPoint that can be used to introduce the "show; don't tell" writing strategy to your students in a way that will grab their attention? You've come to the right place! This effective writing strategy is designed to help students use descriptive words and sentences in order to improve the quality of their writing pieces.This writing resource contains two engaging activities:23-slide PowerPoint Flipbook- As students progress through Slides 11-23 of the Power
Super easy emergency sub plans—just print and go! Directions are written out so you don’t have to! There are enough activities for a 2 full days. You could have the sub read a different Mo Willems pigeon book if you use the plans a second day. These activities are designed for 1st and 2nd graders. Contents: Cover 2-3—Information sheet/picture examples 4-5—Simple sub plan overview sheets 6-8—Lesson direction sheets 9-34—Supporting lesson materials 35—Credits page Activities/Skil
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1st - 2nd
This is a wildly popular first day of school activity. It has been downloaded over 40,000 times. This lesson begins with handing students a marshmallow and telling them if they wait until after the presentation on classroom procedures they can have a second one. Whether they eat it or wait is their choice. I have included a template PowerPoint and google slide deck that includes all of the necessary beginning of the year procedures that need to be taught to students. After the presentation
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Not Grade Specific
Are your students constantly tattling? This unit is great to use after reading "Don't Squeal Unless It's a Big Deal" by Jeanie Franz Ransom. This download includes a craft, 4 different levels of writing paper, a scenario sort and bulletin board letters.Students will have fun making the pig craft and then drawing a picture and writing an example of a squeal and a big deal. Letters that read "Don't Squeal Unless It's a Big Deal" are also included that can be hung on a classroom door or bulletin
Don't Eat Me! Persuasive Writing Activity for Thanksgiving This easy peasy Thanksgiving Writing / Turkey Writing Activity will make for a gobblin' great bulletin board! Just print out the one-page turkey templates and watch your students creatively persuade their audience what to eat instead of turkey on Thanksgiving! This book companion activity pairs well with Turkey Trouble by Wendi J. Silvano. This is a engaging way to introduce persuasive writing for your young writers! **UPDATED ON NOVE
Testing motivation for students quote coloring pages!Explore more of growth mindset mentality with these motivational, inspirational and relaxing zen doodle coloring pages: great for the testing season too!If your students enjoyed my “Don’t Stress The Test” doodle coloring pages, they will immediately love this new set even more!Most teachers are very concerned about their students during the testing period, and have found immediate positive results on student well-being with my motivational col
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3rd - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This is a book study literacy unit for We Don't Eat Our Classmates by Ryan T. Higgins. The unit is packed with Common Core aligned activities for Kindergarten and First Grade. The class book will be a favorite in your classroom library! The craftivity makes a wonderful bulletin board display to showcase learning. This book study unit can be used as a whole class activity, during small group guided reading time, as individual student work, or as part of a book club. Simply copy a pack for each st
Teach Persuasive Writing with this fun activity where the students act like they are the turkey and they try to persuade the farmer not to eat them for Thanksgiving Dinner! Your students will be engaged in the writing process with a variety of whole class, partner and small group activities that help them formulate their stance, come up with reasons and alternatives and review persuasive language as well as personal pronouns. Common Core Aligned! ELACC4W1a-d This set includes: - 1 Writing
This game is a great ice-breaker to use, especially during the first week of school when everyone is getting to know everyone else and get comfortable with their new classmates and teacher. However, it's also great to use as a fun and educational game throughout the school year to give your students a break while also taking part in a fun game where they are still continuing with their learning.This game can be done in pairs, small groups or even large groups! Comes in col and b/w option for you
Perfect art/craft activity to accompany the children's book, "We Don't Eat Our Classmates" by Ryan T. Higgins, a quirky read about making friends and being a kind friend. Great for Reading Centers for all grade levels! Read aloud the story "We Don't Eat Our Classmates" or watch MaiStoryBooks FREE interactive read aloud video, and then encourage students to create a Friendship Sandwich to review activities friends do together, and characteristics of a good friend~ all of the *ingredients* to a la
Definitely Check Out the Preview for DETAILED PICTURES of final product! This file is a persuasive/opinion writing activity about a turkey that is about to be cooked and eaten for Thanksgiving. There’s a story for the students to read or you to read to them…I made it b&w so they could have a copy too if you wanted them to. Included in this product is a planning template, a variety of primary and intermediate writing papers for their final product, and an ADORABLE turkey craftivity with te
Students learning to fine-tune their narrative writing will benefit from this "Show, don't tell" exercise. This sheet is a perfect complement to a "Show, don't tell" introductory lesson, as it provides a ready-to-use tool for students to practice their descriptive writing skills. On this sheet, students are asked to turn boring "telling" sentences into descriptive, sensory scenes. An example is provided on the student sheet to guide student work, and a complete answer key is provided with samp
Back to school activities for the primary grades. This resource is perfect during first day of school activities or when introducing rules, friendship, and kindness at the beginning of the year. It's the beginning of the school year and the Penelope has to go to school. She is nervous. Then, things don't go her way when she eats her classmates and they become scared of her. After reading the book, We Don't Eat Our Classmates, by Ryan Higgins, do these four activities: Students will give adv
YEAR-LONG MATH BULLETIN BOARD!!Have you seen the small poster that says "Think You Don't Need Math?" and includes careers? I decided to make that into a bulletin board!! I looked up different jobs that require math and printed them off in different fun fonts! This resource prints black and white so they can go with any classroom color theme!Product Includes:80 printable careersPrintable Title Letters "Think You Don't Need Math? Think Again!"Thank You! ❤️I really appreciate your interest in my pr
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1st - 12th
Social skills allow us to communicate and problem solve. For students with special needs and more specifically, our friends with Autism, we need to teach them these skills.Knowing how to act in school is an important social skill. Certain inappropriate behaviors are not tolerated and students need to be able to distinguish appropriate from inappropriate behaviors.What is included?One sorting activity with images depicting appropriate and inappropriate school behaviors. You can use this in two wa
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Not Grade Specific

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