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Reading STAAR like Warm up - Drama and Poetry - Bundle
This product is a bundle of two of my STAAR like Warm ups for Drama and Poetry. If you have purchased either my Drama Warm ups or the Poetry Warm ups, you will be duplicating that purchase with this product.This product is designed to be used in middle school classrooms. It contains a total of 40 W
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Warm Up To Winter- Haiku Writing Activity
Looking for an easy winter-themed writing activity? This may be for you! In this activity, your students will write winter-themed haikus. They will then, using the materials provided to you, print their haiku on a piece of winter apparel. (scart, hat, mitten) With a little creativity and some b
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Veterans Day Activities - Fact Hunt, Doodle Infographic and Poetry Writing
Celebrate Veterans Day in a meaningful and engaging way! This resource includes two activities. One activity is a Fact Hunt and Veterans Day Doodle Infographic. The other activity is an acrostic poem. With these activities, students will learn about the history of Veterans Day, interesting facts
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STAAR like Reading Poetry Bell Ringers - Middle School
This product is designed to be used in middle school classrooms. In this product you will find warm-up questions about short poems in the public domain. The poems included are:“Fire and Ice” by Robert Frost“Little Things” by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer“Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”“Love Between Brothers

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I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings & Sympathy Poems 5-Day Lesson Plan
Middle School Masters has created a classroom-tested 5-day lesson plan aligned to the Common Core for Maya Angelou's "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" and Paul Laurence Dunbar's "Sympathy" that includes: daily warm-ups full text of poems ready for annotations text-dependent questions quick-write qu
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Apple Songs & Poems
10 Song and Poem Posters I like to use them to warm up at read aloud time. May also be used to make poem charts or use for individuals to highlight key words.
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Tree Parts
This project is designed to further explore the topic of trees through the study of dance movement. You will need to find the Giving Tree video online. This project gives you the activity outline, The Giving Tree poem, two marking rubrics, a warm up exercise and a journal page.
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Doodling for the Brain
Doodling for the Brain Doodling for the Brain is a student’s favorite warm up! What student doesn’t like to draw? This warm up is NOT ONLY ABOUT DRAWING or DOODLING. Many studies have shown that doodling can benefit student’s learning. It helps them concentrate, reminisce on memories, explore their
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4 Award-winning Poetry Guides & Activities: Where I Live, Amber & Essie, Plus 2
4 Award-winning Poetry Guides and Activities: STORY POEMS About Times When Life Was Hard:Where I Live by Eileen SpinelliAmber Was Brave and Essie Was Smart by Vera B. WilliamsSIJO POEMS about funny, unexpected, amazing aspects of everyday thingsTap Dancing on the Roof by Linda Sue ParkPOEMS THAT CEL
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Romeo and Juliet: Paraphrasing Practice
This activity can be used when teaching Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet" or as a separate practice of paraphrasing poetry. Students will use their paraphrasing skills to complete a paraphrase of the prologue. This reinforces the idea that paraphrasing is not summarizing and helps remind students tha
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Shakespeare - The Comedy Plays - 11 wordsearches for character names BUNDLE
This resource has been put together to support children in their understanding of the main characters in the 11 comedy plays of William Shakespeare.Each play has its' own Word Search with the key characters included. We have found that when the children use this quick activity (each Word Search last
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Blackout Poetry Mini-Lesson
Blackout Poetry Mini-Lesson. I use this to show what Blackout Poetry is prior to students "stealing like an artist" with artistic license to recreate their own work. I use this as a warm-up to get their brains flowing creatively. Feel free to add, change, remove, etc.
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Poetry Mini Lesson, Emily Dickinson's "We Grow Accustomed" and September 11
In this poetry single mini lesson, students will close read, annotate, analyze, and respond personally and creatively to Emily Dickinson's "We Grow Accustomed to the Dark" poem. The study then concludes with an optional connection to the tragedy of September 11th. What is a poetry single study? Po
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Poetry: 21 Ways to Celebrate National Poetry Month
April is National Poetry Month. With this FREE product, Middle School and High School students don their Poet hats to show their understanding of various poem formats and of a variety of poetic elements. These daily ideas may be used a Warm-Ups or Bellringers, as mini-lessons or for a class period.
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Reader's Theater: Appleseed John
Reader's Theater is a fun activity for helping children develop good reading, listening and speaking skills. Children work together in small groups to read aloud of a piece of literature in an expressive way. It is an effective tool for improving reading comprehension and fluency in students of all
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Reader's Theater: Appleseed John, 2nd Edition
If you’re looking for a fun activity that will bolster your students’ reading, listening, and speaking skills, you may want to try Reader’s Theater. With Reader’s Theater, students work together in small groups to present a play or piece of literature. It’s an opportunity for students to learn to re
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