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Scholastic Storyworks Response Choice Board
A pair of choice board activities for Scholastic Storyworks magazines. There are two sets of directions included: a version where students complete 1 activity from each row each week or a version where students cross out the completed activity and turn it in when all activities have been completed.
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StoryWorks Fiction Worksheets
If you use StoryWorks Magazine in your classroom, these worksheets are a great addition to the fiction story in each issue. Use these handouts as extra practice, leave in a center for independent work, or a go to lesson for a substitute.
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Inferences using The Boston Molasses Flood from Storyworks Magazine
This is a simple inferencing activity that can be completed as a follow up to The Boston Molasses Flood text found in Storyworks Magazine.
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Close Reading with Informational Text
Get your students closely reading and writing about informational text with this resource that outlines for teachers how to implement close reading instruction with informational articles.Do you use informational articles from Scholastic News, Storyworks, Time for Kids, National Geographic for Kids,
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Lewis & Clark and Bird Girl: Sacagawea readers theater history play
The original play, a comprehension activity, a set of select journal entries, and a key, all for around three bucks. Read it once or practice it daily with students in grades 4 through 6 (and potentially 3 - 7) to improve fluency, build comprehension, meet the CCSs, and introduce Lewis and Clark and
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Jackie Robinson black history civil rights readers theater play
Here's a compelling play about Jackie Robinson just in time for baseball season. Over my twenty years of using drama in the classroom kids say this is one of their favorites to enact, and a full class set is just $3! This original script recounts the events surrounding Jackie's breaking of the color
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Martin Luther King We Shall Overcome Civil Rights Black History Play
My best-selling MLK play! Includes a CCSs comprehension activity. Based on real events, "We Shall Overcome" tells the story of Martin Luther King's Birmingham Children's Crusade, the 1963 march in which authorities used fire hoses and police dogs to suppress crowds of students. This twenty minute cl
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Box Brown's Freedom Crate Reader's Theater Black History Play
Perfect for Black History Month! Includes CCSs comprehension activity. Historically accurate, carefully researched, and kid-friendly! Based on real events, Box Brown's Freedom Crate tells the story of Henry Brown, a slave in 1848 Virginia. When Henry's wife and children are sold away, Henry devises
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Martin Luther King Jr March on Washington Readers Theater
Imagine your students at the Lincoln Memorial when Martin Luther King delivered his famous "I Have a Dream" speech! This Read Aloud Play based on the 1963 March on Washington for Freedom and Jobs puts them in the crowd! It will inspire your students to take real interest in MLK and the Civil Rights
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Martin Luther King Jr Reader's Theater--Selma to Montgomery March
Originally published in Scholastic's Storyworks magazine. Here's another compelling and historically-accurate Read Aloud Play from the Civil Rights Movement. "Gonna Let it Shine" tells the true story of Sheyann Webb, "Martin Luther King's youngest freedom fighter." In 1965, eight-year-old Sheyann jo
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Read Aloud Plays: Sitting Down for Dr. King class set play scripts
Originally published in Scholastic's Storyworks magazine. Exceptionally powerful reader's theater from the Civil Rights Movement. Liven up your Black History unit with this classroom play about the Greensboro Lunch Counter Sit-ins of 1960. Based on the actual event, this classroom play script is sui
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Montgomery Bus Boycott MLK "Twice Toward Justice" Play
Here's an original play from the Montgomery Bus Boycott. The Girl Who Got Arrested adds a new perspective on the Civil Rights Movement. As the first passenger to be arrested for refusing to give up her seat on a city bus, Claudette Colvin has only recently been receiving her due. Includes standards-
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The Secret Soldier American Revolution Read Aloud Play
Engage your students in the American Revolution with this historically-accurate play based on the life of Deborah Samson, the first woman to serve in the U.S. military. Near the end of the Revolutionary War, Samson disguised herself as a man to enlist in the Continental Army, serving with valor for
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Paired Passages "Malala the Powerful" & "Up From Slavery"
This product includes 15 STAAR formatted comprehension questions for the nonfiction passages "Malala the Powerful" and "Up From Slavery: Booker T. Washington." The product includes an editable file and a pdf copy. The selection can be found in the Scholastic Storyworks magazines, but the questions
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MLK Reader's Theater: The Childhood of Martin Luther King Jr
Reader's theater from the pages of Scholastic's Storyworks magazine, this original play is based on a true story from Martin Luther King's childhood in which neighborhood white boys refused to play baseball with him due to the color of his skin. Suitable for reader's theater or stage performance, it
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5th Grade Passage Based Writing Prompts
Since our writing curriculum has changed in Louisiana to passage based, I went through my school's library to find books/magazines so that I could make up some of these writing prompts. This product is a list of passage based writing prompts to use with 5th graders. It DOES NOT include any passag
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Read Aloud Plays: Betsy Ross Fact or Fiction?
Imagine saying the Pledge of Allegiance to a bright yellow flag featuring a coiled rattlesnake! The history of the flag of the United States is a compelling story, but historians are divided as to the facts. Did Betsy Ross really create the first flag? This play, which was originally published in my
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Up From Slavery: Booker T. Washington Scholastic STAAR formatted questions
This product includes 6 STAAR formatted comprehension questions for the nonfiction passage "Up From Slavery: Booker T. Washington." The product contains an editable file and a pdf copy. The selection can be found in the Scholastic Storyworks magazine (Feb/March 2015), but the questions are my own.
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Spin to Undestand: Using Text Features
Students will need n informational text. It can be a trade book, printable book (like something from Reading A-Z) or a classroom magazine (something like Scholastic’s Storyworks or Storyworks JR) You can choose which text feature or features you want the students to focus on. They will have to spin
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4th Grade Passage Based Writing Prompts
Since our writing curriculum has changed in Louisiana to passage based, I went through my school's library to find books/magazines so that I could make up some of these writing prompts. This product is a list of passage based writing prompts to use with 4th graders. It DOES NOT include any passag
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Malala the Powerful Scholastic STAAR formatted questions
This product includes 5 STAAR formatted comprehension questions for the nonfiction passage "Malala the Powerful." The product contains an editable file and a pdf copy. The selection can be found in the Scholastic Storyworks magazine, but the questions are my own. I use it as an assessment after re
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Text Features:  The Picture Walk: Non Fiction Close Reading
Students familiarize themselves with a non-fiction article or text before close reading. By taking a picture walk and paying attention to various text features, it encourages students to use visual clues such as: photographs, captions, headings, diagrams, a glossary, etc. to gain a general understa
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Differentiated Opinion Graphic Organizer Bundle
This bundle comes with a set of opinion graphic organizers differentiated and modified for various levels of students. The bundled set includes an organizer for the following levels of students: -General Ed (used for your "at grade level" students) - ELD/Modified (used for your "below grade level"
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Fifth Grade Night of the Spadefoot Toads Unit of Study
This file is a 35 page collection of lesson plans/student handouts with standards, learning intentions, success criteria, starter questions, essential questions, discussion questions, standards based tasks, and ideas for small group lessons and homework. The file also includes over a half dozen writ
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