This product is a great way for your students to visualize how their characters change throughout a story. It ask them to define traits that describe the character at the beginning and end of the story, and provide text evidence to support those
2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
Graphic Organizers, Literature Circles, Interactive Notebooks
This graphic organizer is a wonderful resource helping your students master the skill of sequencing events in fiction stories.
Note: This product is intended to be used with the shortened version of Ramona and Her Father that can be found in the
Teach your students to pay attention how words and pictures are connected with this graphic organizer/reader's response. Use this product to model, have students complete it during buddy reading, or use as an assessment during independent reading.
Help your students understand the difference between physical adaptations and behavioral adaptations with this fun sorting activity! This engaging product can be used as a whole group activity, in small groups, for reteaching, assessment, or
These posters area great and versatile product that can be used to introduce and remind students of the 6 Traits of Writing throughout the year.
-Reduce in size and have students paste them into their writing journals.
Everything you need to get reading stations started! CHAMPS posters make classroom management a breeze. Use each station sign to designate where stations are to take place -OR- tape them on the container holding the station materials.
This cute rainforest/jungle themed printout can be used for behavior management in any elementary school classroom. It is a good visual aid for students AND teachers to keep track of student behavior throughout the day. I printed this on colored
This is a wonderful activity that can be used as timeline practice, an assessment, or even in stations. My students thoroughly enjoyed this activity and especially enjoyed comparing their timeline to others.
This is a three-day lesson for learning attributes of geometric polygons. You can supplement with having
students make these attributes on geoboards, with Wiki Sticks, or with uncooked pasta or toothpicks.