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5 Steps to Managing Big Emotions Printable

5 Steps to Managing Big Emotions: Printable. A calm down plan to help children of all ages learn to manage big emotions in socially acceptable ways.

These free response pages are the perfect tool to engage students after reading both fiction and nonfiction texts. Use whole class, with partners, or as a literacy center. Enjoy!

These free response pages are the perfect tool to engage students after reading both fiction and nonfiction texts. Use whole class, with partners, or as a literacy center.

Watermelon Mojitos from FoodNetwork.com~~This is good! I'm sipping it right now!! jb~~

Watermelon Mojitos - Directions: Muddle 2 watermelon chunks with the juice of 1 lime and 2 teaspoons sugar in each glass. Stir in a handful of mint leaves, then add 2 ounces white rum and ice. Top with ginger ale; garnish with mint

Little-Known Punctuation Marks for National Punctuation Day | Mental Floss

I like the snark mark. Although how many people would understand it? You can say stuff like "I don't like the snark mark: ~". ~ And then people start looking for pictures in the punctuation. So I'll never use the snark mark.

The Classroom Key: A Week-Long Poetry Unit

The Classroom Key: A Week-Long Poetry Unit Poetry was not alway enjoy for me in…

Dialogue Tags

Dialogue Tags: 100 Ways to Say “Said”. I'll use all these dialogue tags eventually.

Author's Purpose anchor chart (picture only) I love how each genre is listed beside the purpose.

Author's Purpose anchor chart (picture only) I love how each genre is listed beside the purpose. by Louanne LaRocque Collins

A note to send home to parents giving ideas on how they can work on sight words at home.

Ways to practice sight words, or A note to send home to parents giving ideas on how they can work on sight words at home.

Love this, read a story with students, then have them roll dice to answer these questions about it.

Comprehension - Roll-A-Story - Have the students roll dice to answer these questions about the story to make sure they comprehended what it was about. - Pinned via Teachers Pay Teachers