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What I love about Flipgrid is how it captures the voice (and video) of students so they can take part in a discussion, convey emotion, and respond to the contributions of their peers. You can use Flipgrid for book clubs or novel studies as a new way to have reading responses in your classroom. Reading lessons, reading reflections, reading stations
DIGITAL Daily Reading Review system for Google Forms help improve reading comprehension skills. Perfect for homework, morning work, daily checks, constructed response practice, close reading, guided reading, and literacy centers! The passages come with text-dependent questions, and there are weekly quizzes for collecting data and grades. Perfect for Google Classroom and distance learning (remote learning)! Now available for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade!
Helping student with narrative writing is so important. Using prewriting and planning strategies paired with teacher modeling and writing lessons that stress description, writing dialogue, and story elements can help create great narratives. Also key is teaching revision strategies that can help writers improve their writing. Perfect for grade 3 writing, grade 4 writing, grade 5 writing, third grade writing, fourth grade writing, fifth grade writing, teaching narrative writing, writing lessons
Look at this! Use these 33 new prompts in your 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade classrooms to help students learn the valuable skill of expository writing! Expository writing is a method of writing in which the author describes, informs, or explains a topic to the reader. It is a lifelong skill that will serve students not only throughout the rest of their school years, but also throughout their entire lives.
Reading Fiction Posters, Interactive Reading Fiction Anchor Charts, and Student Notebook sheets (perfect for interactive notebook pages!). Posters include story elements, character traits, theme, plot, protagonist and antagonist, setting, problem solution, and more! Character Traits Poster | Character Traits Anchor Chart
A week of engaging lessons to teach character traits, feelings, and motivations for upper elementary students! This blog includes a freebie as well as low prep whole and small group activities where students use real-life lessons, explore books, review anchor charts, and play games! Keep your students engaged through rigorous character trait activities. #Engagement #CharacterTraits #Third