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15 grammar goofs that make you look silly – don't make these in your cover letter! From copyblogger and BlueGlass via The Daily Muse

15 Grammar Goofs Infographic is one of the best Infographics created in the Education category. Check out 15 Grammar Goofs now!

from Lesson Plans & Lattes: Monday Made It ~ Comprehension Strategies for Reading Notebooks/Guided Reading Table

great questions to use before/while/after reading focus lesson book -guided reading questions.

Writing area display

Great visual of what students can do at a writing center. Like this to go with work on writing anchor chart

For upper grades- These are AMAZING journal pages!! At first I thought it was for a paid product...but NO...click on the page you want, then go to the bottom of the next page and you can choose with or without a border! Lots of terrific pages!!!

Fill in the blank journal entries. super cute quotes on each journal. Has potential as a writing station especially for reluctant writers.

procedural texts for kids - Google Search

procedural texts for kids - Google Search

Critical Thinking Guidelines

Critical Thinking Rubric - comes with print copy Hello Literacy: Informational Literacy Unit - Post Revised

Word boxes: If a student doesn't know how to spell a word, they check the card in the box. If it's not there, they bring the card to me, we spell it together, and then the card goes back in its spot when they're done. Promotes independent writers!

Word Box - If a student doesn't know how to spell a word, they check the card in the box. If it's not there, they bring the card to the teacher. Teacher & student spell it together, & then the card goes back in its spot when they're done.

"Would You Rather" writing prompts. (You will need to copy, paste and print because this link is broken.)

Would You Rather?

"Would You Rather" writing prompts. (You will need to copy, paste and print because this link is broken.) Great ice breaker, too!

A clever way for children to share about themselves - these would also look great on display. What about A3 sized versions? You could also turn into a game by having some circle time and trying to ...

Writers notebook entries - I am a . Good first of the year activity. Maybe do again at the end of the year and look at the differences

Does your sentence have swag? LOVE THIS!!! I would say for an elementary school classroom, but I know some middle schoolers and high schoolers that could use the reminder.

Step into Grade with Mrs. Lemons: Superhero SWAG Anchor Chart - Does your sentence have? **superhero is spelled incorrectly on chart!

procedural texts for kids - Google Search

procedural texts for kids - Google Search

Hooty's Homeroom: Rate Your Writing Chart.

A great visual rubric. It is so important for students to see models! Using a rubric scale to compare weak and strong writing models is a great way for students to begin to reflect on their own writing!

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I created this for my class to study academic vocabulary words. Our building implemented Marzano's strategies for building academic vocabulary and.

The Second Grade Superkids: Daily 5 Station Ideas

Reading Stations to support reading in the classroom. The Second Grade Superkids: Daily 5 Station Ideas

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