Story Skills / Story Elements
This worksheet is great for any story! It is part of my Story Skills / Story Elements Pack. It contains the following sections: Wonderings (Where students can ask questions before reading) Vocabulary Genre Point of View Author's Purpose Character Analysis...
"Table Texting" is a fun, interactive strategy you can use with any piece of text or topic. The key is to pose a higher-level question that encourages thinking among students. Students respond to the question in writing. The teacher or facilitator collects the papers and redistributes them. Students...
Top 20 Websites Every Teacher Should Know [infographic]
Keeping up with the latest education trends for teachers is definitely not an easy work. Here you'll find 20 best websites for elementary teachers and parents that fulfill your all needs of your tech-savvy kids.
My Anchor Charts!
I thought I would create a page and just post the anchor charts I have used! I will add new ones as I use them. I will probably change them...
Fiction Graphic Organizers | Reading Response
Help support your students in your reading classroom with this ultimate set of best-selling graphic organizers (for fiction). Students will organize, explore, analyze, and clarify a plethora of key reading concepts while responding to their reading. You and your students will love this easy-to-use c...
Notebooking, Teaching, and Technology
I love this hallway display I ran across at one of our schools (to be honest it is the hair on Nina Simone). After looking at it several times I actually thought it was pretty clever. Here is a hallway display that can be left up for literally two months. It can be left up for February (which was when it was made) for Black History Month and then for March for Women's History Month. I might just change out the title of the board to keep it current. If you have friends (like I do) that…
Comprehension-Worksheets provides reading comprehension worksheets for teachers, parents, and kids. These reading comprehension worksheets will help your kids read and comprehend.
Tip of the Week – Thought Bubbles on Photos
Several of us were talking a few days ago about different ways to design hook activities that would engage kids while also encourage writing skills. My favorite is to use thought bubbles on paintin…
Three Reasons Why: Creative Questions to Ask Kids - Minds in Bloom
Have you heard of the game "Three Reasons Why?" It's a thought-provoking game that lists creative questions to ask kids. Their answers might surprise you!
Free Grades 6 - 8 Balanced Literacy Worksheets
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Figurative Language Foldable | HoJo's Teaching Adventures, LLC
This figurative language foldable is a great reference for students. Use it for test prep, review, whole or small groups, and more.