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The Grammar Fir Tree Holiday Writing Activity, Grades 3–8

In this article you'll discover a fun holiday activity where students will write about traditions while focusing on key grammar elements. Plus, I've turned this holiday...
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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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2023 Teacher Appreciation Week Activity for Kids

I fondly remember my favorite teachers. How one instilled a love of reading. How another used humor. How another truly cared about me. Today, I love hearing my own children...
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Activities for Parallel Structure Practice, Grades 6–12

Using parallel structure makes it easier for readers to understand writing. Give your students practice on these important concepts with the parallel structure activities...
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4 Free Earth Day Printables for Students

April 22 is Earth Day, and this provides teachers with an opportunity to encourage students to get involved in their own communities! With these free Earth Day printables...
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6 Grammar Spring Activity Sheets for Students

Spring brings with it both pleasant weather and the interesting dynamic of nearing the end of the school year – which can be exhausting – as well as promises of refreshing...
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35 FREE Grammar Worksheets That Improve Students' Writing

The ability to write effectively and communicate ideas through writing are essential for working in the real world. Outside of writing instruction, students need dedicated...
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Ideas To Get Students Writing In The Classroom Every Day

One of the most efficient ways to improve student writing is to write daily. To ensure writing occurs daily in my classroom I've implemented quickwrite strategies and...
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Back-To-School Writing Prompts [Includes Printable Worksheets]

Use simple back-to-school writing prompts to assess writing skills and learn important information about each student in your room! Individual Back-To-School Writing Prompts
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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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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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