Fun game for verbs! This is a great idea for a 5 or 10 min. time filler!

Fun game for learning action verbs--Expand upon it by having students do charades in front of the class with their most unique verbs and have students from other groups guess the verb

anchor charts for reading writing math and more

Fiction NonFiction Have this sign at the center and have kids sort books according to their attributes. (Cover spine labels at first and then reveal them to help connect fiction/nonfiction with Dewey!

Silly Sentences

Start with sentences. Writing prompts but in Spanish- help students by giving them a start point and spark creativity.

writing about reading!

Writing about Reading Anchor Chart- It gives students sentences that provoke feelings about their books. What they liked, didn't like, what they weren't sure about and how they felt after reading.

Showing Telling Adding Details Writing

Assessment: A detailed Writing Chart can be used as a rubric for informal assessments for journal entries or short story writing. Students can refer to a chart which provides them with prompts for a successful entry.

Point of View anchor chart- add limited and omniscient and it's good!

A Peek at My Week {9.7.14} Imagery, Dialogue & Point of View

I klassrummet har vi våra pennor uppsatta på tavlan som påminner oss om små men ack så viktiga saker när vi skriver. Om du skriver något hemma så kan du titta här och få hjälp med att komma ihåg al…

I klassrummet har vi våra pennor uppsatta på tavlan som påminner oss om små men ack så viktiga saker när vi skriver. Om du skriver något hemma så kan du titta här och få hjälp med att komma ihåg al…

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