These are cards I made with the Close Reading strategies on them. I made them for my student's desks.
I printed on cardstock, laminated, and then glued to their desk. By laminating them, the students can reuse them. They can use a dry erase
English Language Arts, Reading, Reading Strategies
This is a blank newsletter template that I have created for our third grade team. We use this template to fill in the important information we want to send home each week. It is a Word document that can be saved and edited.
**I can create a
This is a template that I use for my students as they write their own article.
We had them choose a sea creature and do research on it. They then had to write a newspaper article on that animal.
They used this template to type their article in
If my students do not have their homework they have to find their sheet in my binder and they have to write down the date, what assignment they don't have, and why they don't have it.
I print out a sheet for each student and put them in
This is a sheet I used with my second graders for when they did not have good behavior.
Instead of having to write out what they did and what they did next time, they had a big enough area where they could draw what happened and what they would do
Students can use this graphic organizer to create their own idioms. They have to draw a picture of their idiom and then use their idiom in a sentence. There is room at the bottom of the page for them to write the meaning of their idiom.
This is a graphic organizer I made to keep my anecdotal notes organized during my guided reading groups.
There is a place to write your plans for before, during, and after reading. It also has some deep thinking stems you can use to promote higher
This is a unit that my team created to go along with the common core standards for writing.
I found the idea on the common core website, but turned it into a unit. It worked great last year!
The students use the packet and organizers to write