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Discussion Questions for Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening
Great for guided reading groups and all levels of Blooms Taxonomy! Here are over 100 Anchor Questions designed to provoke thoughts and discussion for all learners at all levels. Questions cover non-fiction and fiction books, including main idea, plot, theme, and comparing and contrasting. Speaking
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Shark Week Speech
Print & Go Shark Week themed speech and language packet! Included: Open-Ended Shark Challenge Temporal Directions Shark Poster Compare & Contrast Vocabulary Homonyms Synonyms Antonyms Attributes Categories Recalling Details (fiction and non-fiction)
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Graphic Organizer Bundle for Comprehension FREEBIE!
These 12 open-ended graphic organizers can be used for both fiction and non-fiction across a variety of text.Graphic Organizers help map students' thinking, organize their thoughts, provide visuals for text information, and facilitate written responses.This FREEBIE Includes the following organizers:
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Penguin Craft Activities for Speech Therapy
This craft is perfect for your students during winter! It includes 6 different written activities to target various skills, but you can also choose to complete the craft on it's own to work on concepts, following directions, or just for fun! • Penguin Craftivity Templates (pages 4-8) • “Penguin Ta
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Let It Fall: A book companion for attributes and compare/contrast
This adorable book by Maryann Cocca-Leffler is a great way to ease into Fall! We're learning about attributes in my room, and this book is FULL of them! We are also comparing and contrasting fiction/nonfiction, so you'll want to make sure you have a free account with Discovery Education to watch the
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Visual Supports for Language Skills
Do your students have trouble remembering how to apply the language skill instruction you have taught them? These visual supports for language skills are perfect for both bulletin board posters as well as individual students visual supports. By placing these visual supports on binder rings each stu
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