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State testing - Reading Strategies Anchor Chart (photo only but I love the idea!)


Just found this printable for STAAR stem questions!!

from Teachers Pay Teachers

4th Grade STAAR Math, Writing & Reading Daily Test-Prep Review Exit Slips

With this resource you will find 100 (300 total questions) daily 4th grade STAAR math, writing and reading exit slips that include three review questions each directly tied to the STAAR reading, math and writing TEKS. Excellent for an end of the day "wrap up" review as well as for an authentic on-going assessment! This set of the “4th Grade STAAR Daily Exit Slips” will help you to prepare your students effectively for the STAAR tests in 4th grade.$


Free STAAR resources from the Texas Education Agency! Includes grade-specific assessed curriculum, raw score conversion tables, student expectations, and released test questions--- all in a grade-specific format.

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STAAR Reading • Reading STAAR • STAAR Test Prep • Reading Stems

STAAR | STAAR | STAAR Reading| STAAR Reading STAAR Reading STEM 92 Task Card {Grades 3-5- Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, and Drama} ★Teacher Tips★ These are STAAR-Like Question Stems. I researched past Reading STAAR Tests from Grades 3-5 and created Stems from the questions given on the tests the past few years! There are Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry and Drama Stems. You can use these with any story, or passage.. This is a great skill and students will love them!!

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STAAR Reading Practice Passages for 3rd-8th grade. Great for test prep or intervention!

from Pencils and Pancakes

How to set up your classroom to support the Common Core Standards

How to set up your classroom to support the Common Core Standards. I would use this for my particular standards

from The Independent

Justice Secretary: Lack of focus on education and improving skills in

The state of Texas determines how many prison spaces will be needed solely by the number of students who are held back a year in the third grade. It is astonishingly accurate