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How to Encourage High-Level Thinking

How to Encourage High-Level Thinking. Great for my Sunday School Class too and something to start teaching Emma when she reads a book.

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Charlottes Web Reading Log from Elementary Nerd on TeachersNotebook.com - (22 pages) - This reading log can be used to guide literacy circles or can be used as a whole class book study. This log follows each chapter and asks comprehension questions requiring text evidence. Also included are vocabulary words, story maps, word maps, and creat

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A Handy Infographic Featuring 10 Important New Google Forms...
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A Handy Infographic Featuring 10 Important New Google Forms Tips for Teachers (Educational Technology and Mobile Learning)

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Nowadays, there are numerous platforms, web tools and apps that can be utilized to engage students in the learning process. Although this can be a good problem to have, choosing the right device an...

Nowadays, there are numerous platforms, web tools and apps that can be utilized to engage students in the learning process. Although this can be a good problem to have, choosing the right device an...

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Charlotte's Web Day Let's Celebrate

Seven Great Activities for Charlotte's Web. STEM, craftivities, treats, reading comprehension, opinion writing, bunting banners, quotes, and so much more! Charlotte's Web is perfect to teach many things besides reading strategies. You can flexibly use this 48 page file year after year after a whole class read aloud.This pack is more than a novel study, and goes beyond boring worksheets. This is the perfect companion for the book to develop a sense of community and to raise life-long readers.

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FREE Unit Studies and Printables for the Most Loved Books: Charlotte’s Web

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