Here is a reference sheet with 11 model topic sentences for those who "don't know how to start" or "those who don't know what to write." For example, when writing about a person write "___ is a person who..." Sample sentences are given. This is
Here is an interactive slideshow introducing each of the 8 Native American Cultural Regions originally created for an 8th Grade History class. It is lighthearted but informative, with questions posed and then answered with bountiful illustrations
Social Studies - History, Native Americans, U.S. History
PowerPoint Slides for step-by-step personal narrative including brainstorming, picking a topic, sentence starters for naming the setting and characters, sequence of events, and proofreading. With teacher guidance, a "right out of the box" guide for
Here is a pleasant and simplified graphics for early grades or remedial reading. Please have students trace and say the "aw" in each word for practice. There are pictures to indicate which word needs to be spelled on page 2.
Practice for the most useful words for this confusing phonogram. Recommended for use in multisensory reading approaches and students with a dyslexic profile. A sheet for practicing large format "trace and say" for kinesthetic memory as well.