My classroom is filled with books. My goal is to get students interested enough to open a few of those books. These posters are my solution.
When my middle schoolers walk in on the first day of school, they clamor to figure out the quotes. Those
Have a pile of colorful card stock? Print these literary terms! They print crisply on any standard 8.5 by 11 paper; no fancy printer required.
Each term is defined in student-friendly language, most with clarifying examples or follow-up
Banned Books Week is celebrated in late September each year, which gives us all a chance to reflect on the literature that would be lost if we give in to censorship. It helps that some of the challenges are particularly silly.
These posters focus
I am passionate about independent reading. I am also admittedly pretty happy when students use a bookmark rather than folding over pages in our library books. These bookmarks combine these two joys.
The front of the bookmarks feature one of four
The quote featured is from R.J. Palacio's beautiful middle grade book, Wonder. This poster prints crisply on standard 8.5 by 11 card stock. (No fancy printer required.)
My classroom is filled with books. My goal is to get students interested