Four context clue task cards per sheet. Each card contains one sentence with "unfamiliar" vocabulary. Best used in third or fourth grade classrooms. Hang around the classroom or place on desks to play Scoot.
A creative, interactive way to learn Greek and Latin root words. This foldable includes five "root" pages and a cover page. Don't students learn best by creating? Get them started with this simple foldable. Clear teacher instructions are included
Use with any grade level! Have your students practice the lost art of alphabetizing. This bundle come with three different practice sheets- A words, B words, and C words.
Super Simple worksheet for all students.
A Scholastic Scope subscription is required to access the “Are we too wired?” article. However, this hyperdoc can easily be adapted to fit any debate type article. I just happened to choose the theme of technology, so the other centers have a
Four context clue task cards per sheet. Each card contains one sentence with "unfamiliar" vocabulary. Best used in middle school classrooms. Hang around the classroom or place on desks to play Scoot.
Use this downloadable guide to host effective "lit circles" with your middle school students. Directions included! The premise of this lit circle is that students meet weekly to have book discussion then complete a task related to characterization,
Directions for six different peer editing centers. Works with virtually any grade. Each center focuses on one of the different six traits of writing.
Also included- a signature
Use this slideshow to introduce nonfiction text features to your upper elementary students. This slideshow covers text features such as titles, captions, sidebars, and others. This is a great introductory lesson when beginning any nonfiction reading
Allow your students to organize their thoughts with this straightforward graphic organizer. It includes spaces for their claim, opinions, facts (& sources), counterclaim, rebuttal, and conclusion!
Print off to use as a worksheet or use the