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Vocab Gal's Vocabulary Back-to-School Guide

Does the idea of vocabulary instruction feel overwhelming amidst every other aspect of teaching? Are you stressed out just thinking about school?  Download the Vocabulary...
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15 Free Back-to-School Printables for Teachers

Although I have been working all summer long, the inevitable school year start date suddenly looms up before me, scary and overwhelming. To honor teachers also feeling the...
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Prepare for the ACT®* with Subject-Verb Agreement Practice Worksheets

To help get ready for ACT", it's wise for teachers to ensure their students receive subject-verb agreement practice. Spotlighting skills every day is one way teachers can...
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Recognize and Editing Errors in a Summer Story, Grades 3–5

“The Farm” is a story that highlights a refreshing aspect of summer and is a story you can provide to your students to help them avoid the summer slump – that time of year...
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Vacation Postcards– A Summer Vocabulary Activity

I love getting mail and I know my students do, too. Just in time for summer, here is a unique vocabulary activity that will encourage students to use their vocabulary and...
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Summer Reading 2022– Free Resources that Will Keep Kids Engaged

In this post, we'll discuss what it takes to execute a Summer Reading 2022 action plan, including strategies for setting up a successful reading routine and keeping kids...
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Differentiating Instruction During Your ELA Block

Differentiating instruction is essential to meeting the needs of all the students in your ELA classroom but can be a challenge. How can teachers ensure that on-level students...
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Fun Vocabulary Activities for End of the School Year

As the school year comes to a close, I find myself on the struggle bus right alongside my students. While they are anxious for summer, I am anxious to keep them learning. In...
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Teaching Persuasive Writing in the Classroom [Downloads for Grades 3–12]

This article focuses on persuasive writing and how educators can help students use it to improve their critical writing and thinking skills. The resources below will assist...
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Fun Journal Writing Prompts Students Can Use Anytime

 In this article, we'll explore how journal writing in the classroom or at home can keep students engaged in writing! Plus, download a list of 33 Journal Writing Prompts for...
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Homophone Games, Activities, and Exercises for Students in Grades 1–8

Homophones! Those tricky little words that sound the same but are spelled differently have been confusing people for centuries. But whether we like it or not, homophones are...
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Mother's Day Revision Lesson, Grades 3–5

Teaching revision is crucial to the development of all students’ writing abilities. Revision is the stage in which students grow as writers, readers, and thinkers. In this...
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