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Jul 21

Christmas in July ~ The Gift of the Magi ~ Part 3

Constructive Response Writing for The Gift of the Magi   Constructive Response Writing It’s not too early to plan your Christmas units. The Gift of the Magi is a heartwarming story of a young married couple who sell their most prized possessions to have money to buy gifts for the other. It makes a wonderful mini-unit …

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Jul 14

Christmas in July ~ The Gift of the Magi ~ Part 2

  Comprehension for The Gift of the Magi It’s not too early to plan your Christmas units. The Gift of the Magi is a heartwarming story of a young married couple who sell their most prized possessions to have money to buy gifts for the other. It makes a wonderful mini-unit to teach during the Christmas …

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Apr 27

Negative Prefixes

  Teaching students to use correct prefixes can be both fun and challenging. This post contains three resources to help teach negative prefixes: A mnemonic device anchor chart helps students remember when to use il-, im-, in-, ir-, and ig-. A teaching video ~~ I found this video extremely helpful. It’s length is a little under 15 minutes …

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Oct 01

Johnny Appleseed Free Teaching Materials

Johnny Appleseed This blog contains free teaching materials to use with the book Johnny Appleseed by Steven Kellogg. Free Printable In my free printable, you will find patterns and instructions for making the vocabulary tree as well as these additional vocabulary printables:   vocabulary list with words, definitions, and sentences from the text book marks word wall printable …

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Jul 23

Back-to-School BINGO

  Are you looking for a getting-to-know-you activity for the first week of school? Here is one your students are sure to love. Setting Up the BINGO Game Print the BINGO card. Have students write their favorites (places to visit, afterschool activities, TV shows or movies, books, music, famous people, and sports teams) down each column. …

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Feb 12

Black History Month ~ Activists

Black History Month ~ Activists For Black History Month, I am creating a series of cards for students to match famous people to their accomplishments. You can collect all four sets: Abolitionists Activists Entertainers Sports Heroes Each week a new set of cards will be offered. This set features the following activists:   Rosa Parks …

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Feb 05

Black History Month ~ Sports Heroes

Black History Sports Heroes For Black History Month, I am creating a series of cards for students to match famous people to their accomplishments. You can collect all four sets: Abolitionists Activists Entertainers Sports Heroes Each week a new set of cards will be offered. This set features the following sport heroes:   Althea Gibson This …

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Jan 30

Black History Month ~ Abolitionists

Black History Abolitionists  For Black History Month, I am creating a series of cards for students to match famous people to their accomplishments.  You can collect all four sets: Abolitionists Activists Entertainers Sports Heroes Each week a new set of cards will be offered. The first set features the following abolitionists: Henry “Box” Brown This slave …

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Jan 26

Tuck Everlasting

Tuck Everlasting is about ten year old Winnie who is stifled by the strict rules her family has set. She decides to run away into the nearby woods. There she finds the Tucks. This family is extremely different from her own. The anchor chart below helps students see some of these differences.   The anchor …

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Jan 19

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Activities

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe There has been much dispute over the reading order of the seven books that make up the Chronicles of Narnia. The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe was the first book published in the series. Due to this, a reader can pick up this book and not have to …

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