This is designed to be printed on Avery 8163 shipping labels for students to place in their Reader's Notebook. It gives a definition of what the main idea of a text is vs. what the theme of a text is. I teach mini-lessons on main idea and theme and
This sheet is designed to be printed on Avery 8163 shipping labels. The label is then given to students to simply stick in their notebook. It gives a quick definition of what it means to make an inference as they read. After sticking the label in
This is a large bookmark that is to be copied two-sided. You get two sheets (front and back of bookmark), two bookmarks per sheet that you then copy two-sided.
Use this bookmark to guide and help students share out specifics about what they
Give student multiple copies of this sheet (however many explorers you'd like for them to research) and a list of explorer's names. They will then use the sheets to record the information they find as they research.
You can prepare the sheets,
Students will find the equivalent fractions, the missing numerator of the equivalent fraction. Next to each fraction is an image of the first fraction. The idea is for students to then cut (when multiplying to get an equivalent fraction or group
After I teach my minilesson for Reader's Workshop (RWS), I send the students off to read and work independently. All my readers know that the goal is for them to try something from that day's minilesson. To simply try. After they attempt, they can