This "Wanted" Poster can be used with almost any book that has an antagonist, missing character, or a character that commits a crime. This print out helps students develop visualization as a reading skill.
This resource includes a rubric to help
This reading project is ideal for an end-of-the-book project with a class novel or an independent reading book.
The basis of this project is for students to create a cell phone for the main character/protagonist of their book.
This 2-page printable graphic organizer will help students brainstorm an important event in his or her life that they can expand into a personal narrative. It is a great resource for students that have trouble thinking of ideas. Enjoy!
This resource is to be used after students finish reading A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park. Students are prompted to write about one of the major themes of the book: gratitude. This resource includes the writing prompt, brainstorming pages,
This end of the year evaluation is a student survey for students to fill out about the class and the teacher's teaching style. It can be very helpful to reflect on your practice! It was made for my 6th grade reading class, but can be adjusted to fit