These are scavenger hunts that make students delve deeper into the text and the story that we are working on for the week. These scavenger hunts include text dependent questions that students need to analyze the text and perform close readings to
English Language Arts, Close Reading
Activities, Guided Reading Books, Literacy Center Ideas
These are spelling word crossword puzzles are for the reading series "Journeys" at the 5th grade level. It is important for students to not only know the proper spelling of these words, but the definitions and the context that they are meant.
These are vocabulary charts for the reading series "Journeys" at the 5th grade level. These charts include places for definitions, antonyms, synonyms, and using the vocabulary correctly in a sentence for all vocabulary words in each of the 30
To aid students in studying and practicing the skills that they need to pass the mid module test for unit 1 I took the quiz and changed the value of the questions asked so that students can practice similar problems to what they will be tested on.
Journeys Reading Series Grade 5 Vocabulary Test for Units 1-5. A great way to test students knowledge of the words that they have been introduced to and to increase their vocabulary from those "old, boring, tired" words to a rich, and colorful way
These activities are scavenger hunts for the weekly story in the Journeys textbook for Unit 2 Grade 5. These questions get students ready for the test at the end of the week and force them to take a closer look at the story to understand what is
English Language Arts, ELA Test Prep, Close Reading
These activities are scavenger hunts for the weekly story in the Journeys textbook for Unit 3 Grade 5. These questions get students ready for the test at the end of the week and force them to take a closer look at the story to understand what is
English Language Arts, Informational Text, Close Reading
This is a study guide for the first module in Eureka math for 5th grade end of unit assessment. This will give students practice answering the types of questions that they will see on their assessment.
Use this rubric to guide students in creating an iTrailer promoting the novel that they have read. Not your traditional book report, but it demonstrates student knowledge of the subject matter and integrates technology at the same time!