Reading Response Template | Digital and Print - Distance Learning
I absolutely love how these sticky note templates help my 4th grade students jot down their thoughts while indepndently reading. They cover a variety of skills like comparing and contrasting, making inferences, and cause and effect and are just the right size for upper elemetnary students.
Guided Reading and ELA Centers in 5th Grade!
When I started at my new school last year, I came into a new reading program. I was used to doing almost all of my reading instruction W...
Exit Ticket Templates
I love printing on sticky notes and these exit tickets are such a fun way for my 4th graders to share what they learned at the end of our lesson. The prompts are fun and fresh and my students never get bored when I give them these exit tickets,
Point of View Teaching Activities and Ideas - Elementary Nest
Find powerful point of view teaching activities and ideas including recommended books and anchor charts to strengthen students' understanding.
Reading Response Pages for Literature (PRINT & DIGITAL)
A huge collection of flexible, differentiated, reading response pages in an engaging reader's notebook style, to use with virtually any piece of literature or fiction text. Printable (both half-page and full-page) AND digital (Google Slides) versions are included!Lots of Variety!Includes response pa...
FREE ENGLISH BELL RINGERS - VOL 3
FREE ENGLISH BELL RINGERS - VOLUME 3 (2 WEEKS) : Begin each of your middle or high school English classes with these daily bell-ringer routines for two weeks! Each day has a different engaging activity that your students will love.=====================================================================...
FREEBIE! Roll and Chat: Reading Comprehension Dice Game
This is a great activity to spice up book talk. Students love to roll a dice and find out what they are going to be discussing next. The chart comes in 2 colors options. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email us at email@example.com and check out our website for tons ...
Text Message Analysis Making Inferences
In this engaging activity, students make inferences and draw conclusions by analyzing a variety of text message conversations. Students are required to cite evidence for each answer.Distance Learning Update: This product now includes a Google Slides option.This product also includes a page that has ...
Main Idea and Details Activities
The cut apart sentences and simple graphic organizer can be used to help you teach your students about main idea and details. This activity is perfect for second, third, fourth, or fifth graders and has ideas for differentiation for your lesson.
Reading Shelfies and Snapshots (Visual Reading Logs)
Ready to revamp your reading logs? Do it with Shelfies and Snapshots! In this purchase are several formats for students to record the books that they read through the year, over school breaks, and even a read-a-thon recording sheet for the entire class.Sheflies! Pretty cool, huh? As your students co...
Year End Escapes (Pinterest 2020)
Review the year's reading and math standards in a fun, easy to prep, escape game! Why Teachers LOVE This Resource: I used this for STAAR review. My students absolutely loved it. It helped them review
Reading Comprehension Review for Google Forms
Spiral Review is an effective teaching tool for keeping learning fresh! Learn more about spiral review for math, reading, and grammar.
Incorporate Black History In Your Classroom All Month
Here are two true statements: 1. Black history is important. 2. Black history isn’t in my curriculum. Typically February, here in Virginia, is when we get the most snow. I am normally so flustered …
Book Clubs: Books in a Series
I wanted to share a couple of anchor charts and some of the organizational tools I am using for the beginning of my current unit, Book Clubs: Books in a Series. I decided to use a hot pink star as a visual cue for my students. I placed hot pink stars on the baskets of series books in the classroom library. I added a hot pink star to the focus board to show students were studying a new unit, book clubs, but were still focusing our learning on following characters into meaning. Students will…