Opinion writing can be very hard for students to do. They are very opinionated, but can't seem to find enough to write about!
This organizer helps students not only get their opinion written down, but organize their thoughts to support their
English Language Arts, Writing, Writing-Essays
3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, Homeschool
Printables, Literacy Center Ideas, Graphic Organizers
Getting students to organize their thoughts when writing an argumentative piece of writing can be difficult. Students struggle with staying focused on their claim/thesis. This organizer will help students organize their thoughts, evidence, and
Looking for a way to introduce how to read maps and globes to your students? Look no further! NewsELA has an amazing article that is available in many reading levels about this topic. I love using NewsELA in my classroom! It allows my students to
The Giver Vocabulary Journal is the perfect way to teach context clues (RL.4) in a text students are reading!
Included in this journal are four vocabulary words for almost every chapter set up in a daily warm-up or homework format. Chapter 5
English Language Arts, Vocabulary, Reading Strategies
Looking for a way to wrap up the end of your first week of school? This resource is ready to go! Just print and cut the sheet in half!
This reflection is a quick and easy way for students to reflect on their first week of school by giving them a
This cute reading conference form is based off of the conference form found in the CAFE literacy book.
This form was tailored for literature circles. This cute printable chevron form provides an easy way to keep track of progress made during small
Looking for a quick and easy way to review capitalization with your students? This product provides notes for direct instruction, group work, or individual review AND a review game!
The notes include 10 common capitalization rules and a space to
Looking for a pre-reading activity that gets kids thinking and engaged to kick off your Giver unit? This activity provides an interactive and fun way to get kids up, moving, and thinking!
Included are 14 "tweets" that are claims that relate to
English Language Arts, Reading, Reading Strategies
Teaching students how to write a summary can be tricky! This product can help!
A great way to get students preparing to write is by having them start by outlining their thoughts. This product includes a graphic organizer to help students outline a