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Christmas Around the World Bundle (UPDATED ON 11/19/18)Teach your students about how other countries celebrate the Christmas season through this lapbook and research fact sheets. Countries/Celebrations included in this bundle:-USA-Hanukkah-Kwanzaa-England-France-Germany-Russia-Italy-Canada-Mexico-S
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Students can use these close reading posters to demonstrate their understanding of and show their thinking through close reading exercises. The poster format is perfect for open ended reading responses, with the questions broken down by the number of "close reads" a student completes. They can be
Completing a country research project can be such a great way to open your students eyes to countries, people and cultures around the world. This fun, fresh and engaging country report resource is the perfect DIFFERENTIATED way to meet each student where they are and guide them as they present their
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Discuss the sensitive events of September 11th, 2001 with elementary children. These integrated lesson plans and 9-11 printable texts are age appropriate and emphasize how Americans unite and serve one another during times of tragedy. Teach about Sept.11th while meeting your reading informational te
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Tap into the popularity of the growing Tiny House Movement by assigning a literary analysis that students will LOVE. This is a hands-on assignment that brings STEM into the English classroom! This Tiny House lesson can be used with ANY character, author, historical figure, or student! You will g
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If you are looking for quick and easy ideas that you can use in October to keep your middle or high school English students on task and engaged, then look no more! Add rigor and fun to October! This pack includes up to 3 weeks of materials depending on your class periods and how you use what's inclu
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Discuss the sensitive events of September 11th, 2001 with elementary children. These integrated lesson plans and 9-11 printable texts are age appropriate and emphasize how Americans unite and serve one another during times of tragedy. Teach about September 11th while meeting your reading information
Christmas Around the World Research Fact Sheets (UPDATED 11/19/18)Teach your students about how other countries celebrate the Christmas season through these Christmas Around the World Research Fact Sheets. IMPORTANT: These fact sheets were designed to accompany a Christmas Around the World Lapbook
Close reads can be fun! Weather is a great topic to get kids hooked on reading, writing, speaking, and working together. This unit of study is for 5 types of weather: blizzards, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, and lightning. This can be used as expert groups. Students can work collaboratively to beco
Engage your students with this fun and comprehensive, 84 page California Mission Unit containing passages and questions; a great way for your students to learn about missions! Perfect for reading comprehension, it contains passages text dependent questions, vocabulary cards, and essential questions
This bundle contains 50 projects and activities for ANY NOVEL STUDY in secondary English Language Arts. Use these projects, activities, handouts, and lessons to enrich your students’ close reading and analysis of any novel unit in your curriculum. THIS BUNDLE CONTAINS BOTH A PDF VERSION AND AN EDIT
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This resource contains everything you need to explore life in the American colonies. It is a great mini-unit or supplement to add in critical thinking and rigor! Fifteen activities cover reading comprehension, collaborative activities, and higher level thinking.Included in this resource:-Close rea
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In this three-week long writing unit, students will formulate an argument and effectively use evidence to support their reasoning. This experience gives them the opportunity to practice these important skills using familiar and entertaining texts.Your students will learn to:- take a writing piece fr
This listening comprehension packet contains close reading activities for Martin Luther King, Jr.’s famous “Street Sweeper” speech, “What is Your Life’s Blueprint?”. You get journal prompts, a close reading activity, and extension activities. This resource includes points-based (analytic) and standa
Find 27 fun and engaging projects to do in your classroom! Each activity can be applied to any novel read in class (or outside of class, for summer reading) and includes examples, templates, and rubrics for you to use! Great for presentations and projects!This packet contains:Book Cover ProjectBook
Here is a hands-on, creative way for students to practice finding how the main character changes throughtout the passage. This craftivity is great for centers, intervention, guided reading groups, or reinforcing what you have already taught. We absolutely love this craftivity and students will alway
As teachers, we know that effort and determination are the biggest factors in our students’ success. All too often, this message doesn’t get communicated to our students. We often hear, “I can’t...It’s too hard...I’m not good at that.” The best way to shift that negative/fixed thinking is by impleme
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Want to harness the excitement of the Winter Olympics? This package is designed to help Grade 2 and 3 readers learn basic information about the different Winter Olympic events. Package includes: 11 reading passages (one for each winter Olympic Event) written in kid-friendly language 11 response
Close Reading Informational Text: Science in the News is a Ready-to-go Project. Students find, read, and respond to nonfiction articles that are science based. Relates to ELA Common Core standards for nonfiction and can be used for various grade levels as a "close reading" activity. Use it as an "e
This book includes ALL of Bud's "Rules and Things to Live By" from the novel Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis. There is room for students to explain their thoughts on each rule. *This bundle just got a HUGE makeover!! :) In this bundle, you will receive: *Bud's Rules and Things to Live
Integrate this low prep iPad app main idea activity into reading centers or a whole group lesson. Students will use the free iPad® mobile digital device app Vimo to annotate a passage from a book read to make a flashing, blinking, colorful digital video poster about the main idea and details. Sets
I am a huge believer in project based meaningful learning. This project integrates social studies, science, reading, writing, and art standards as students create a flipbook and map illustrating and explaining notable landforms in the United States. I've also included QR links to safe share video r
FREE Independent Book Project Bloom Ball TemplateSay goodbye to a boring reading log! Have students create a Bloom Ball instead! Each panel has a different element for students to consider!★This is just one project of many! Check out the larger resource!★---------------------------------------------
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Use these famous leaders biographies and mini-projects to teach informational text and strengthen your students’ research and close reading skills. Biographies of J.K. Rowling, Martin Luther King Jr., Harper Lee, Malala Yousafzai, Oprah Winfrey, and Mother Teresa included. NOTE: This resource is inc

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