Lena Petrovski
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4th grade anchor charts

Compare and contrast Materials so youreplicate the compare and contrast anchor chart and lesson for your own upper elementary and middle school students.

Here's a nice anchor chart on math talk expectations.

Math Talk Expectations Anchor Chart - Stunning post on effective math talk!

Writing a Narrative Anchor Chart

"Story Starters" This anchor chart displays elements students may want to include in their narrative writing as well as examples of the different type of elements.

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Anchor chart for writing long off of post its - this is for elementary school, but it could be adapted for older students! They need help writing with more details too!

Teaching students to justify their work in math doesn't have to be difficult. Read this post to learn how setting clear expectations and explicitly teaching students can make a huge difference.

Teaching students to justify their work in math doesn't have to be difficult. Read this post to learn how setting clear expectations and explicitly teaching students can make a huge difference.

A quick cheat sheet for parents on what questions to ask their kids to foster a growth mindset. This is part of Big Life Journal's growth mindset printables for kids.

A quick cheat sheet for parents on what questions to ask their kids to foster a growth mindset. This is part of Big Life Journal's growth mindset printables for kids.

A quick cheat sheet for parents on what questions to ask their kids to foster a growth mindset. This is part of Big Life Journal's growth mindset printables for kids.

A quick cheat sheet for parents on what questions to ask their kids to foster a growth mindset. This is part of Big Life Journal's growth mindset printables for kids.

Looking for an easy and fun teaching idea for your students to practice their vocabulary words? My students loved it and never realized they were learning! This strategy can work for any grade, from kindergarten to high school!

For each word students roll the dice. Give a definition Give a synonym & antonym Write a sentence Draw a picture Make a connection Your choice (they get to choose one of the above to do)