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Detailed instructions and pictures on how to set up an interactive notebook in your classroom

Detailed instructions and pictures on how to set up an interactive notebook in your classroom

These chapter summary bookmarks offer a place for students to quickly write a brief summary of each chapter of a book as they finish the chapters. Taking a moment to reflect on the main ideas and important events of chapters as students finish them will help them with comprehension of a novel/chapter book as a whole story.Please leave a rating of this free download below.

from Teaching in the Fast Lane

50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing

50 Student Rewards That Don't Cost a Thing-a great reference sheet for providing reinforcers for an individual, a group, or the whole class!

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Clifford The Big Red Dog Language and Reading Skills Activity Set

Clifford the Big Red Dog Book Series ActivitiesThis is a complete set of activities to accompany your Author Study for Norman Bridwell and his Clifford the Big Red Dog series!This Clifford set includes 8 activities to help your students interact with the text and build understanding of their reading.

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Ideas for 2014-2015 classroom (from Pinterest!)

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Harry Potter Literary Device Posters

Harry Potter literary device poster set for Harry Potter classroom decor and Harry Potter novel study I would put this on a wall to relate the skills to something several students can relate to.

Matchbook Chapter Summaries for Novel Studies. This project is so simple, and you can do it with any novel. This example is for Where the Red Fern Grows.

Make in powerpoint using Wordart. The font is grobold. Put one per page and blow them up to take up the whole page. Use the wordart that is outline only so it will be blank in the middle. Once you have the name typed and on the page, you can format (or it might say edit) the wordart....that's where you can make the outline thicker.