The Illustrated Classroom

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This large collection of Greek and Latin roots word wall has everything you need to create a color-coded, organized display aligned to your curriculum. All the common Greek and Latin roots, suffixes, and prefixes are covered, along with simple
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I have a lot of sports nuts in my classes, so I made these figurative language worksheets with a sports and outdoor theme. This packet of common core aligned worksheets provides guided practice on figurative language. Metaphor, personification,
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These flash cards work like traditional flash cards, except instead of using plain ol' text, they use interesting and colorful photos and illustrations to teach your students the meaning of Greek roots. How does it work? You show an image to the
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These printable flash cards work like traditional flash cards, except instead of using plain ol' text, they use interesting and colorful photos and illustrations to teach your students the meaning of Greek roots. How does it work? You show an image
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Free Downloads - They're, Their, There, Theirs and There's Worksheets Bundle My students struggle with understanding the difference between they're, their, there, theirs and there's. Who can blame them? They're confusing homophones! Whenever it
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These PowerPoint flash cards work like traditional flash cards except instead of using plain ol' text, these flash cards use interesting, colorful, funny images and animations to teach your students the meaning of academic word roots. How does it
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My students struggle with understanding the difference between they're, their, and there. Who can blame them? They're confusing homophones! Whenever it seems like they need a refresher, I use these Do Nows. Sometimes, instead of using them as Do
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I've been a teacher in inclusion middle and high schools since 2005. I've taught ELA Yearbook, Drawing, Literacy, Digital Art, College Advisory, and English for 9th, 10th, and 11th Grades, always in inclusion settings and always through an anti-racist lens. My classes have always had an ethnically and academically diverse population of students, from students with special needs to students in GATE, and everything in between, all under one roof.

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