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Readers' Theater: Greek and Roman Mythology

Readers' Theater: Greek and Roman MythologyThis readers' theater of Greek and Roman Mythology includes seven scripts for grades 4-8. It also includes a brief introduction to readers' theater, an introduction to Greek and Roman Mythology, and Activities and Questions for Discussion After Readers' Theater. There is note of specific references to the appropriate Common Core Standards in English Language Arts.

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Readers' Theater: Creation Myths

This readers’ theater of Creation Myths includes nine scripts for grades 4 -8. It also includes a brief introduction to readers’ theater, an introduction to Creation Myths, and Activities and Questions for Discussion After Readers’ Theater. There is note of specific references to the appropriate Common Core Standards in English Language Arts.

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Middle School Common Core Posters for Language Arts: A School License

Schools everywhere are having to use Common Core Standards. The posters contained in this mega-pack contain all of the language arts standards for grades 6-8: Reading Literature, Reading Informational Text, Writing, Speaking & Listening, and Language. All of the standards are written as "I Can" statements. The posters are organized by "backgrounds." ($)

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Greek and Latin Root Word Study Differentiated, CCSS Aligned Posters Incl

I Have Who Has is a game that is played as a whole class to review. This game helps students review identifying numbers 0-30. Common Core aligned. FREE DOWNLOAD

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Grade Contracts for Middle School

Grade Contracts for Middle School: Perfect for the first day of school to get students to set goals and help with classroom management.

This is a FREE foldable bookmark with eight sections that students can use to record story elements as they read. By folding the paper in half, and then in half again, student create a bookmark that is always handy when they are ready to write. The story elements include characters, character traits, setting, problem and solution, and more. Students write, draw, and color to complete their bookmark.