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Context Clues Passages Worksheets & Anchor Charts- 3rd-5th grade
This no prep Context Clues Reading Passages product offers print and go, common core aligned, easy to use context clues activities for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade. This product includes four instructional pages to help students identify context clues, as well as 3 different (full page) reading passage

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Context Clues Passages, Worksheets, and Anchor Charts
This Context Clues Reading Passages and Anchor Charts product offers print and go, common core aligned, context clues activities for 4th-6th grade and includes four instructional pages to help students search for context clues in text, 3 different full page reading passages (one narrative fiction, o

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Context Clues (Nonsense Words for Intermediate Grades)
As Common Core requires increasing levels of non-fiction, our students are likely to face more and more unfamiliar words. Learning to determine the meaning of unknown words using context clues is a vital skill- but sometimes it can be tough to teach! Have you ever taught a context clues lesson, but
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Context Clues Passages, Printables, and Task Cards BUNDLE
This Context Clues "MORE" BUNDLE contains three individual PDF files (Context Clues Task Cards for 4th-6th grade, Context Clues Printables for 4th-6th grade, and Context Clues Reading Passages for 4th-6th grade). The individual listings can be found here:CONTEXT CLUES READING PASSAGES FOR 4TH-6TH G
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Context Clues (Nonsense Words)
How often do you try to teach context clues, but some of your students already know the new vocabulary word. These five lessons use nonsense words so that your students are forced to look at the other words in the sentence to determine what the nonsense word means. For example, “The flietr jumped
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