Keeping track of student work can be a pain! This resource will help keep you and your students aware of missing work and organized! I have included forms for both absent and missing work and a teacher organizer for keeping track of what is missing!
This is a great resource for teaching expository essay writing. The presentation gives explanations and examples based on the topic of Native American tribal regions in the United States. It is a no prep resource that coordinates with my expository
English Language Arts, Writing-Expository, Writing
The compound sentences notebook anchor chart can be used as a handout for students or as a poster for your classroom. It is a great tool to help students identify and reference the features of compound sentences and identify coordinating
Every teacher would love to have more hours in the day! One way to "claim" a few extra moments is to combine content areas. This is a great resource to incorporate social studies topics into expository writing time by writing a traditional
English Language Arts, Writing-Expository, Informational Text
If you are looking for a sweet way for your students to practice identifying subjects and predicates in a sentence, you have landed in the right spot. This fun worksheet can be used as a guided lesson, center work activity, independent activity, or
Organize your students into groups using these easy forms. I use them in my classroom to organize groups for reteaching after formatives. It makes keeping track of kiddos quick and simple! Included is several formats, so you can use what works best
This is an editable resource that you can change to fit your needs. I love being able to have a consistent list each week to keep track of the millions of task that repeat each week. Includes one editable, weekly to do list. Enjoy!