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Story Elements Match Up FREE
Included in this FREE Story Elements Match Up Set are TWO sets of Story Elements Match Up Cards!The first set includes eight familiar fairytales with a Character, Setting, problem, and Solution card for each. The second set includes other characters from pop culture and the problems and solutions are much more brief.
RACE Strategy 40 Prompts and Passages fo...
Do you teach writing with the RACE strategy? Now you can practice and assess all year long with these 40 passages, perfect for grades 4-5. No prep, ready to print and use! #RACEstrategy #writingstrategies #constructedresponse #textbased #textualevidence #
Inferential Crime Scene Writing
Get your kids motivated and excited about writing with this fun activity. This activity will get them writing from a detective's perspective; perfect for Halloween-time or when you are teaching your kiddos about making logical inferences. **Crime scene materials NOT included, but will work for any crime scene that you set up.
Crime Scene Making Inferences Investigat...
Making inferences is sometimes a hard skill for students to grasp. Relating it to being detectives and mysteries is a fun way to help students understand what an inference is! In this activity, teachers set up a "crime" and a "crime scene" that allows students to make inferences about who committed the crime!Included: Student Inferring recording sheets Anchor Chart printables Clue Tents Crime Scene Do Not Touch Sign Crime Scene Writing Wrap Up ActivityHow to Set it Up!1.
Hope King on Instagram: “Just a little c...
Just a little crime scene in the classroom today! Who's your neighbor? The students had five different bags of trash (five different neighbors). They had to sort through the evidence to make inferences about each piece all leading up to drawing a final conclusion. Did one of these neighbors commit the crime? #investigation #textevidence #inferences #conclusions #teachersofinstagram #setthestagetoengage
Drawing Conclusions Crime Scene Investig...
"Who Kidnapped Our Principal??" is an engaging activity that brings drawing conclusions and making inferences to LIFE. Students will LOVE this. Create a crime scene and let students infer what each piece of evidence means about the suspect. Students analyze suspects by highlighting what connects them to the crime scene.Included:Top Secret Agent BadgesSuspect DescriptionsStep by Step lesson guidesCrime scene investigation page
ELA Review, Morning Work FREEBIE! Print...
FREE! I Heart Literacy is a fabulous way to supercharge your ELA and Reading Skills review! Not only will students be practicing important standards, they will also be learning about curriculum-based topics as each page has its own high-interest theme!
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Stick and Stone Activities Digital Dista...
Stick and Stone - By Beth Ferry - This sweet new book about an unlikely friendship between Stick and Stone is perfect for any primary classroom. Pinecone also provides an opportunity to have a meaningful discussion about bullying. These retelling sticks are so much for the kids to create and use as they retell the story in their own words.
Reading Comprehension Graphic Organizers
Reading Comprehension Graphic Organizers with Language Support or Detachable Bookmark contain 40 different graphic organizers in two different formats for a total of 80 different options. These graphic organizers target specific reading comprehension skills and strategies and can be used with any book or piece of text.
All About Spiders Activities | Label a S...
Spiders Activities - Spider NonFiction Unit-Spider Research - Spider Thematic Unit - Your 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade students (as well as homeschool families) are going to LOVE this jam-packed spider unit! You get informational text resources that cover research, reading, writing, science, AND vocabulary! What a fun unit to use in October or to help celebrate Halloween. You'll get a full TWO WEEKS of resources to help your students master everything spiders. 100+ pages (second, third, fourth) $