This product can be used with your word wall or parts of speech wall. It includes action, linking and helping verb headers. Each verb type has 12 words that go along with them and an additional blank page for you or your students to add more.
This research project will have your students waddling like a penguin for more (truly!)
Unique way for students to choose penguin species
17 Penguin Species Names
Helpful websites and books
Penguin writing and
“It’s a Wonderful Life” is a writing and poem mini-project in which students will practice their writing skills, learn a couple different types of poem structures and in the end, “publish” their book. Students may include photographs of their own or
Let's Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day with these fun ELA activities and craftivities. Included in this packet:
Fact or Opinion Sort
Fact or Opinion Recording Sheet
MLK Street Sign Craft using main idea and detail
This product is a winter themed freebie. The products can be used for independent practice or as a literacy center activity. Included: synonym and antonym matching snowmen (with an extension/differentiation option), dictionary skills with a winter
This freebie can be used during whole group or guided reading centers. Give it to students before they begin reading. You fill out some statements from the passage or story you are reading (can be statements from the story that are true or you can
This freebie is great for students to do when they have finished reading a story. There are different questions and tasks for students to do. I laminate the circles, cut them out and tape them on popsicle sticks. They go inside a reading task jar I
This is a Martin Luther King writing craftivity freebie. Some suggestions include: watching the MLK brainpop, reading a story or listening to one of the MLK books on bookflix. Students can write down information learned, main idea/details or
This is a Detective Inference Pocket Book Freebie. I use it during guided. It works best when reading a mystery story and students can put on their detective hats and writing down clues. They will infer, based on their clues, and solve the mystery!
Perfect for collecting fluency data and having students make goals!
Students will do a cold read on a fluency passage on their guided reading level on Monday, set a goal, read each night at home and each day at school, do a hot read on Friday. I