Comprehension Skills & Reading Strategies Bookmarks Printable - help students monitor their comprehension and use academic language to ask and answer questions about the text. The bookmarks include graphics organizers and vocabulary in addition to sentence frames.
Now you can have your task cards both ways- print them out or work them online with Boom! You'll love the ease of letting your kids work these task cards through Boomlearning.com. But, if you'd prefer print them out for a literacy center or class game, you can do that too!
10 Wordless Videos that Teach Problem Solving -- Speech paths are seemingly always on the hunt for materials to address problem solving - did you ever consider videos? I found 10 wordless videos that are fun and make kids think about how to fix the main characters' problems!
Tournament of Books for K-5. How to set up your own school wide picture book tournament. Perfect for March Madness, this blog post ncludes detailed information, samples and example pictures. Get your students interested in reading and engaged with a book tournament.
Our list of the best books for middle school according to teachers. http://www.weareteachers.com/hot-topics/special-reports/building-your-classroom-library/the-best-books-for-grades-6-8
Out with the old and in with the new! Contemporary young adult literature has so much to offer when used in the classroom. Its topics resonate with students and its characters are relatable; students can find parts of themselves in the novels. If you are making additions to or revising the reading list for your English Language Arts course, here's 21 young adult literature titles that are worth checking out for middle school and high school students.
These mini anchor charts are a great addition to your interactive reader's notebook. Each anchor chart gives an explanation of a reading strategy or skill. Students can glue them in their journal for quick and easy reference while they are independently reading.
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Get these 8 grammar mini anchor charts to glue in your students interactive writing journals. They are a great resource to help your students remember some important grammar rules. Topics included: Punctuation Rules, Capitalization Rules, Comma Rules, Quotation Marks, Subject and Verb Agreement, Subject and Predicate, and Compound and Complex Sentences!