Cheryl's Little Corner of Learning

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I wrote these warm ups to help me prepare my students for their end of the year state tests. These daily activities reinforce curriculum on a daily basis. This product now comes as a PDF and an editable PowerPoint. The PDF is the 36 pages of
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This mystery picture is a great review for figurative language - simile, metaphor, hyperbole, personification, and idiom. I use this as an activity for students who need more review recognizing the different types of figurative language. This
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This set includes five practice worksheets and five quizzes on mixed grammar skills that students must know for their 8th grade state assessment. This packet includes practice/review on the following skills: commas in series, quotation marks,
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This activity lets students practice identifying examples of hyperbole, simile, metaphor, personification, idiom, and symbol. Students read the sentence and identify the type of figurative language it is. Then they color the the chart according to
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This mystery picture gives students practice determining which type of figurative language is used in each sentence. The students will decide if sentences are examples of simile, metaphor, hyperbole, personification, idiom, analogy, and symbol.
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This packet includes 40 task cards, definition cards, and three challenge cards. It also contains a mystery picture for additional practice. This packet will give your students practice identifying, interpreting, and creating different types of
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This mystery picture pack helps students practice when to use their/there/they're, to/too/two, and than/then, where, wear, whir, were, and we're. I teach middle school students, and I find that these homonyms are very confusing for them. I give
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This packet is a personal narrative writing unit. If you are looking for a way to scaffold the writing process, then this is the unit for you! This packet contains colorful slides and reproducible worksheets that take students through the writing
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This packet includes 40 task cards practicing WHO, WHOM, WHOSE, and WHO's. It also includes templates for BINGO so that students can also use the task cards in a game format. These task cards can be used in centers or as a part of whole class
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This bundle is 23 of my Language Arts mystery pictures. Students will review word parts, parts of speech, homonyms, and figurative language. These mystery pictures are sold individually as well. Students will practice: identifying types of
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This product gives students practice identifying the correct ending of words using 40 task cards. Students will choose among plural noun endings and possessive noun endings. I find that my middle school students struggle with when to use an
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This packet contains three review practice pages. One is completing analogies, another is reviewing similes, and the third one is reviewing metaphors. Answer keys are provided. The pages are written with a Christmas and winter theme. They are
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Just recently updated as a response to customer feedback. This mystery picture gives students practice with those easily confused their, there, they're, to, too, two, and than and then words. My middle school students struggle with these words, so
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This is an activity that lets students review the parts of speech in sentences. The students determine the part of speech underlined in the sentences. The students color in the letter in the graph that corresponds with each sentence. This activity
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This mystery picture gives students practice identifying the relationship between words. Students will identify pairs of words in sentences as synonyms, antonyms, homonyms, and figurative language. This is a great practice for learning these
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This bundle comes with my set of 40 task cards which gives students practice identifying prepositional phrases. Students can work individually or with others to find the prepositional phrases in the sentences on the task cards. They can record
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This packet includes several activities to practice prepositions and prepositional phrases. The students can do a cut and paste preposition activity. Students will cut out the prepositions and glue them into the sentences. There is also a
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This mystery picture of Santa lets students review the parts of speech: adjectives, nouns, prepositions, conjunctions, and verbs. This is the perfect activity for students if they finish their other work early. I recommend that they color in the
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This is a mystery picture activity. The students practice identifying sentence types - Declarative, Interrogative, Imperative, Exclamatory, Fragment, and Run On. They color in the letters of each sentence problem according to the code given. The
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This writing lesson works well with students in grades 4-8. My middle school students love this mini-unit. I always start the year with this lesson to teach my students how to use imagery in their writing. The lesson plan includes colorful slides
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been teaching Language Arts for 29 years. I have a Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction. I have taught at the middle school and high school levels. I am currently teaching 7th and 8th grade Language Arts. I also taught seventh grade Math and Pre-Algebra for five years. I love being a teacher!

MY TEACHING STYLE

I believe it is very important to make learning feel easy. Students will respond better to situations where they think they can be successful. I make sure I scaffold all of my assignments. I also provide lots of examples and a model of the final product. It is very important to break down lessons and assignments into smaller parts. When students approach an assignment, especially a writing assignment, in parts, it feels more manageable to them.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

I am the Literacy Lead and Department Chair. I also served on our district Writing Committee. I have been invited to teach writing strategies to new teachers in our district.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I earned both my Bachelor's degree and Master's degree at Virginia Tech. I have a Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction.

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