Donna Pitchford

Donna Pitchford

Donna Pitchford
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A Glance Into My Guided Reading Binder! (Miss DeCarbo)

Love this idea for grouping students. You can move students around when you need too. If your using ability grouping you can see where they started and how much they have grown. + other great ideas on her website on how to organise reading groups

Reading Comprehension Dice Game... Great way to spice up guided reading

Comprehension Pin Comprehension Dice Game adjust for non-fiction or poetry or short story. Students role dice to decide which way they will show their comprehension of the reading.

Mrs. Kelly's Klass: Giveaways, Sales, and FALL.. OH MY! :)

Shades of feelings. Paint samples can have different levels of feelings on each shade. The darker the shade, the great the feeling.This can be used in session with the client to bring awareness to the different levels or shades of emotions.

Writing and Vocabulary Novel or Book Response Choice Board. Two different choice boards to provide differentiated options for your students to show their learning and thinking. One choice board has writing response prompts to respond to novels and the other has vocabulary responses. FREE.

Writing and Vocabulary Novel or Book Response Choice Board. Two different choice boards to provide differentiated options.

Got to Teach!: The Fish Bowl: A Cooperative Learning Strategy {Post 5 of 5}

I know this as inside/outside circle: but fish bowlworks too Got to Teach!: The Fish Bowl: A Cooperative Learning Strategy {Post 5 of

Here's a set of three different types of exit slips. One has a 0-3 rating scale, while the others require a written reflection. Each has room to list the Common Core objective for the lesson.

Use these FREE exit slips to reinforce daily learning targets and get immediate feedback from students! Crunched for time? Try the rating scale on the first exit slip to check progress at a glance. You may choose the second or third options to gather

Learning to tell time

Clutter-Free Classroom: Clock Schedule Display Kids who are working on telling time, they can refer to the little clocks as a guide for the BIG clock! Love this!

Students keep on desks, throughout the day call out "time check" and students record the time. It really gets the kids to be able to read a clock!

Fourth and Ten: Tick, Tock, Time. Freebie-correct link students keep on desks, throughout the day call out "time check" and students record the time. Helps kids to be able to read a clock!