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Annotating Text Strategies That Will Enhance Close Reading [Printable Resources]

One of the most important skills I teach my students as we begin to work on close reading is how to annotate texts. Teaching annotation strategies will help students keep...
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10 Ways Teachers/Principals Can Celebrate Student Success

Most education professionals would agree that the job of “teacher” includes many other roles and responsibilities in addition to that of “instructor.” We are motivators,...
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How to Assess Reading Levels of Elementary Students Throughout the Year

In this article, you'll find free resources that will assist you in assessing the reading levels of elementary students at the beginning of the school year and throughout the...
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Elements of a Literacy-Rich 21st Century Classroom

Do you want to bring a 21st century classroom design into your classroom? This post will assist you in setting up a literacy-rich environment in a 21st century classroom and...
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6 Fun Classroom Icebreakers for Elementary Students

During the first few weeks of school, dissipate feelings of nervousness and begin to foster new relationships with fun classroom icebreakers! In this article, you'll discover...
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Women's History Month Research Activity, Grades 3–8

Did you know March is Women's History Month? In this article, you'll learn how to celebrate women throughout history in the grades 3–8 classroom with a simple research...
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Leprechaun Activities to Improve Students' Writing, Grades 1–5

Over the years I have created and acquired many St. Patrick's Day lessons and activities. Today I am sharing some of my favorite leprechaun activities that my students' use...
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Printable Reading Activities for Black History Month

In honor of Black History Month, I wanted to highlight some of my timely printable reading activities that you may want to try with your students. In this article, you'll...
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Teacher New Year’s Resolutions You'll Actually Keep! [Free Worksheet]

As an educator, I’ve always appreciated that the second semester of school kicks off right after the New Year’s celebrations. It inspires me to reflect on the first semester...
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Teach Sequence of Events– Free Sequencing Worksheets for Kindergarten & Grade 1

Sequencing is the skill that is used when a reader lists the events of a story in the order that they occurred in, from first to last. For a student to fully comprehend a...
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Close Reading Annotation Worksheet- 'I Have a Dream' by Martin Luther King, Jr.

Every January, I take time to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with students. Today I am sharing with you how I work on close reading annotation using Dr. Martin Luther...
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Free Printable New Year Activities for Students, Grades 1–5

The beginning of a New Year is a great time for reflecting and goal setting. Here are three awesome printable New Year activities for students in grades 1–5. These New Year...
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