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These FREE passages and graphic organizers are perfect to teach nonfiction text structure to your 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade students. In this post, I lay out an entire unit and provide you with free printable charts, graphic organizers, passages, posters, and free activities. #ThirdGrade #FourthGrade #FifthGrade #SixthGrade #ELA #KristineNannini
Bring reading to life with Novel-Its™ Lapbooks! This amazing activity is the perfect way to get elementary students excited about language arts and create a memorable reading experience. With Novel-Its™ Lapbooks, it's easy to use any book and create an interactive learning experience that will have children actively engaging with stories, characters, lessons, and more. Check out this amazing activity today before it's too late!
Guess Who cards can help manage classroom behavior during awkward transition times, or other times throughout the week when you have a few minutes to fill before recess, lunchtime, or the end of the day. Print out the question template and have students fill it out with facts about themselves. Randomly choose a card, read a fact or two and have students guess who the secret person is. The template is FREE to download! Find this and other time filler ideas at Shelley Gray Teaching.
Help upper elementary students with ADHD, hyperactivity, and other attention needs. This blog post has tips, strategies, and FREE downloads. The printables will help with classroom management in your 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom. It also provides checklists, freebies, and tricks to help with different classroom behaviors. #ClassroomManagement #Elementary
Is grammar one of those things you struggle to fit in? With these easy to implement grammar activities you can teach, practice, and assess your students in 15 minutes or less each day. This second grade grammar bundle includes grammar lessons on PowerPoint, grammar posters, worksheets, and grammar centers for teaching nouns, verbs, adjectives, plural and proper nouns, and irregular plural nouns.
Try this fun pollination STEM activity for students to make a craft stick model bee then simulate pollination using mac and cheese powder! This makes an ideal addition to your plant needs, life cycle of plants, or butterfly life cycle activities.