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Morning Work ELA and Reading Freebie!

Morning Work ELA and Reading Freebie! Supercharge your morning work with I Heart Literacy!Each page features a fun theme so your students will not only be practicing reading and ELA skills but will also be learning about a curriculum-based topic. A wide variety of Common Core skills are addressed. Try these five free pages for free! Happy Teaching! rachellynette 3-4 3-5 4-5 ELA fifth grade fourth grade morning work Rachel Lynette reading test prep

Stage a mystery in your library complete with a full crime scene! --introduction to mystery and narrative writing unit

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4th Grade Reading, Language Arts, ELA Morning Work, Daily Work, HW FULL YEAR

4th Grade Reading, Language Arts, ELA Morning Work, Daily

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from Bloglovin’

Using Social Media to Assess Learning (iTeach Third)

Hey everyone!  I am really excited to share with you all something I have recently started doing in my classroom that my students LOVE!  Sometimes, I want a quick grade, something meaningful to put in

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This blog post contains a FREE compare and contrast reading activity! Materials are included so you can replicate the compare and contrast anchor chart and lesson for your own upper elementary and middle school students.

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4th Grade Literacy Centers Set 3, {Aligned with Journeys by HMH}

At last, Literacy Centers designed specifically for intermediate students that will help on their reading journey.. These centers coordinate with the 4th grade Journeys series published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt*. The centers can stand on their own and you do not have to be using this reading text book in order to use the centers in your classroom.

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4 Games to Increase Vocabulary Success

Heads Down, Vocabulary Up- a fun way to practice vocabulary and keeping kids engaged in the classroom!

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Use puzzle pieces - Inferring Anchor Chart Fifth grade Standards addressed by using this chart: Quote accurately from a text when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text.

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Links to about a hundred or so FREE task cards! It's amazing! {Working 4 the Classroom: It's a Balancing Act}

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hese 8 Figurative Language Posters are a great way for you to introduce different types of figurative language and can also be displayed in the classroom and used as a reference for your students. There is a poster for each type of figurative language including similes, idioms, metaphors, hyperbole, alliterations, personifications, and onomatopoeia, as well as a title poster that says Figurative Language. Also included in my Figurative Language Unit for 4th/5th grades! (TpT Resource)

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