During the "Celebration" stage of the writing process, students can use this product to write constructive comments to peers. I use this product by leaving the Response Sheet and the student work at the students' desk and having the class walk
This product can be used to practice comparing 6-digit numbers. There is a directions page and 4 pages of game cards. It is editable to accommodate classroom needs. I recommend printing on card stock so students can't see through the cards.
When writing personal narratives, it can be challenging to have students think of a small moment. Using the visual of a watermelon seed vs. the whole watermelon, this graphic organizer can help students think of the small moments within their
This product has two half-sheets that can be used with students to encourage them to recommend books to others. Students have to give the title, the author, how many "stars" they give the book, and why they assigned that many stars.
This matching game has students identify the place of an underlined number. It goes from ones to hundred thousands. This can be used in a math center or as a practice activity. There is one blank box if you want to add an additional problem.
I have created a graphic organizer to give students more space than they would normally have on a post-it note to write their main idea and supporting details. This can also be turned in throughout the unit for a more formal grade that can be sent
English Language Arts, Reading Strategies, Informational Text
This is a writing conference form to document what each student is working on for personal narrative writing. I have included some condensed teaching points at the top for quick access to make it easier to remember what to focus on in the writing
English Language Arts, Writing-Expository, Writing
Want to take the guess work out of mystery writing? Use this mystery writing conference sheet to give yourself quick and easy-to-access teaching points. Give each student their own page to have quick and convenient data on where they are as