Keep Teaching and Planning!: Reading Fluency- activities my kids LOVE! (and grab some freebies!)

Keep Teaching and Planning!: Reading Fluency- activities my kids LOVE! (and grab some freebies!)

Keep Teaching and Planning!: Ten frame painting with Q tips!! (freebie included!)

Keep Teaching and Planning!: Ten frame painting with Q tips!! (freebie included!)

Learning centers, also known as stations at the secondary level, are ideal activities to use to bring movement into your middle school or high school classroom. Find out how to implement stations on your first day of school, as you review key ideas or terms, and as a way to preview texts.

#2ndaryELA Twitter Chat on Tuesday 4/25 Topic: Article of the Week

Learning centers, also known as stations at the secondary level, are ideal activities to use to bring movement into your middle school or high school classroom. Find out how to implement stations on your first day of school, as you review key ideas or terms, and as a way to preview texts.

Learn more about this reading workshop MEGA resource! Includes a unit at a glance, weekly fluency practice, detailed lessons plans, weekly homework, vocabulary words, and printables! This is perfect for third, fourth, and fifth grade reading workshop and guided reading.

Learn more about this reading workshop MEGA resource! Includes a unit at a glance, weekly fluency practice, detailed lessons plans, weekly homework, vocabulary words, and printables! This is perfect for third, fourth, and fifth grade reading workshop and guided reading.

Teach123 - tips for teaching elementary school: Free Fluency Center

Free Fluency Center

So…let’s be honest.  I LOVE to have my students write.  I REALLY do!  Especially when there’s a cross curricular connection and a craft.  It’s the perfect afternoon activity because we can get lost in the creativity of it.   You can see your students truly owning their learning and expressing it through their writing.  But that’s …

Making Writing Portfolios

So…let’s be honest. I LOVE to have my students write. I REALLY do! Especially when there’s a cross curricular connection and a craft. It’s the perfect afternoon activity because we can get lost in the creativity of it. You can see your students truly owning their learning and expressing it through their writing. But that’s …

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