I created these quizzes to use when I had literature circles going on in my classroom. I broke the book up into 7 weeks:
Week One - Chapters 1-5
Week Two - Chapters 6-10
Week Three - Chapters 11-14
Week Four - Chapters 15-18
Week Five - Chapters
I used this powerpoint in my sixth grade classroom to introduce how to structure a paragraph. It gives examples of the four main parts of a paragraph: topic sentence, main idea, supporting sentences and a clincher sentence (in some paragraphs). It
I created this powerpoint based off of content that my students needed to learn on the use of quotation marks. There are example for each different rule that was discussed in our textbook and then practice problems and answers.
I used this powerpoint to introduce verbs to my sixth grade students. There is a basic introduction, including a link to the School House Rock verb video on youtube. There are some whole class practice problems and a link to an internet game for
I created this tic tac toe document to culminate a literature circle unit. I chose different assignments that would cater to the different learning modalities and allowed the students to pick the three that they wanted to do. They absolutely loved
This powerpoint was created to teach how and when to underling or italicize words. I used the content in our sixth grade grammar text. There are practice examples/questions at the end of the powerpoint.
This is a generic template for a checklist. I typically used this document for tracking homework completion as well as tracking other items that needed to be turned in (signed report cards, field trip permission slips, etc.) I typed my students
I used this powerpoint when creating an introduction to main and subordinate clauses. It is brief but shows what each are and has a few practice problems at the end. I introduced the concept through this powerpoint and then we applied the